Google is all set for its annual conference event where they announce newer things in the field of technology developed by them. Last year the Google I/O happened around in August bringing in the best ever Android operating system till date, Android Lollipop. This year the much-anticipated I/O developer conference will take place on May 28 and 29 in San Francisco. The company’s head of Chrome and Android, Sundar Pichai posted the official dates on Google+.
As of now, there’s not a lot of information about what’s being planned for Google’s big, upcoming developer showcase. In fact, the company has only posted a fundamentals schedule on the I/O 2015 site, for the time being. Interested fans should note that registrations will open on 17 March, at 9 a.m. PDT and close on 19 March at 5 p.m.
Google will stream the event Live for the ones who cannot attend the event. Moreover the main focus of I/O this year could be on the next generation of Android (probably Android M), Project ARA, which was just a prototype in the last year’s event and can play a main-stream role in this year’s I/O. Let us wait few weeks until Google releases its further plan for the event.