In case the parade of trade shows and device announcements in the first half of the year aren't enough to keep you excited, Google I/O stands as the centerpiece of Android and Google hype. If you're just too eager to see what's going to happen late this June, then here's something to whet your appetite: The Google I/O schedule is now live at Google's developer site.


The schedule includes information for all tracks, including Android, Chrome, Google TV, YouTube, and all your other favorite Google products. As always, we can expect some great announcements at the keynote sessions, which will likely be the highlight of the event for most of us. However, if you're a developer who's attending and you want to map out your schedule, head over to the site at the source link below.

As for the rest of you, who wants to get started on the speculation about what Google will announce? And how many of those announcements won't be released until six months to an eternity later?

Source: Google I/O 2012

Eric Ravenscraft
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  • Ron Amadeo

    And don't worry guys, we have a massive I/O Preview article coming up. =D

    • John

      you guys get more than 1 i/o ticket?

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=636165701 Zaeem Shahzad

      Awesome. I can't wait to read it! :)

  • BrazenRain

    Meh, I want to see what they're teaching in the coding sessions.

  • Thx84

    Is there a way to add the sessions' schedule to Google Calendar?

    • http://www.androidpolice.com/ Artem Russakovskii

      That would be lovely.

  • Simon Belmont

    I can't wait for Google I/O. I really hope they talk about their upcoming Google Assistant (Project Majel).

    I hope someday I could go to Google I/O. But those ticket prices....oh boy.

    • John O’Connor

      high ticket prices or not, it is certainly worth it.  The only caveat is that like Comic-Con tickets sell out in less than 30 minutes from the start of the sale.  I am making it a point to be there next year

  • Albin Hermansson

    Upgrade of android to 4.1 (Still ICS, like HC 3.1, 3.2), with some new features. Maybe announcement of some new app or something?


    Android@home? Wonder when there going to start pushing that along...

  • MacVities

    "And how many of those announcements won't be released until six months to an eternity later?"

    Grow up, the only reason I read stuff here, is it's traditionally been free of crap like this.

    • http://www.androidpolice.com/ Artem Russakovskii

      I think he's got a point. Android @ Home, Project Tungsten, Android Alliance, Accessories API, none of these have even been addressed after a year. Google overdoes things with announcements while trying to impress - some things may not even ever come, like the update alliance.

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