Google has confirmed the dates for its developer conference, known as Google I/O, for later this year.
The two-day bonanza will take place, as usual, within the roomy confines of San Francisco’s Moscone Center West, on May 28th and 29th. Sundar Pichai, the head of Android, Chrome and apps at Google, will lead the keynote at 9am PT on the 28th, with sessions and roundtables to follow.
Google hasn’t released any additional information, but we’ll likely hear of a new Android version, and perhaps some new hardware. Last year’s Google I/O introduced the world to Android 5.0 Lollipop (known then as Android L), Android TV, Android Auto and the first public availability of Android Wear with the Samsung Gear Live and LG G Watch.
At the very least, check out the beautifully-designed new website, which features elements of Material Design all rendered in HTML5.
Registration for Google I/O 2015 begins at 9am PT on March 17th, so prospective attendees won’t have to wait too much longer.
Update: Google I/O Registration is now open and general passes are $900 (USD) and a student/academic is $300 (USD)