Google I/O 2014 schedule is out

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The schedule for Google I/O 2014 is announced. It is going to be a 2 day conference (Jun 25-26) packed with technical talks, sessions and workshops from eminent Google developers and guests closely working with Google technologies. The venue remains San Francisco.

Google I/O is a developer-centric conference held every year (from 2008) by Google in San Francisco, California. The conference features in-depth state-of-the-art technical sessions focused on building web, mobile, and enterprise applications with Google and open web technologies such as Android, Chrome, Chrome OS, Google APIs, Google Web Toolkit, App Engine, and more.

Visitors can enjoy the following events during these 2 days:
- Keynote: Find out about the latest product and platform innovations at Google.
- Sessions: Hear from industry leaders on the latest technologies and products.
- Sandbox: Play with interactive experiences built using Google technologies.
- After Hours: Unwind with live performances and drinks with friends after dark.

The sessions will cover design, development and distribution of several Google technologies and products. There are App Reviews, Box Talks and Workshops as well.

Some of the interesting sessions scheduled are on Cross-Platform Design, Biologically Inspired Models of Intelligence, ART Runtime and What’s New in Android. Quite a few speakers will talk on Wearables as well.

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If you can’t make it to the conference physically, you can watch the conference from any corner of the world via live streaming.

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  1. Jeffrey Fazal on

    I am ready to hear some interesting announcement from Google about its Android platform and Nexus series. It is rumored that Google may ditch its Nexus series and replaces it with its new Silver series. Well, that might be announced in this upcoming event from Google. I have masterpiece of Google that is its Nexus 5 which I am using from last 6 months and quite satisfied with its 2.3GHz processor, high resolution display. The only problem that arises as per my experience is its battery that gets drained soon. Not an issue anymore as I recently installed a wireless car charger to keep it fully charged and explores more features without worry about battery status.

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