It starts with the Google I/O Keynote hosted by CEO Sundar Pichai on Tuesday, May 18 at 10 a.m. PT. The company will likely show off the rumored redesign of Android 12 and make other major product announcements, as teased, like those related to Assistant. This two-hour keynote will be followed by another one for developers on how to leverage and build for the new technology.
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Sessions commence afterwards, though the full I/O 2021 schedule will likely not be available until after the keynotes as Google works to keep some unveils secret. The topics and product areas that will be covered include:
Accessibility, Ads, Android, Augmented Reality, Chrome OS, Cloud, Design, Firebase, Flutter, Gaming, Google Assistant, Google Play, Growth, iOS, IoT/Smart Home, Location/Maps, ML/AI, Mobile, Open Source, Payments, Search, and Web
The first “what’s new” will be from the Android team on Tuesday afternoon. It will be followed by Google Play and web platform. It starts back up on Wednesday with Machine Learning, Google Assistant, Material Design, Chrome OS, Flutter, Firebase, Google Pay, ARCore, and smart home. These sessions are classified as “Keynotes,” but there are other “what’s new” events that will be available on-demand:
Android Accessibility, Android/Google TV, Jetpack Compose, Android testing tools, Android privacy, Android Media, Wear, Search, Android Machine Learning, Android for Cars, Web Vitals, design tools, Jetpack, Android Gradle plugin, foldable/tablets/large screens, and Android development tools
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