Google just updated the sold out I/O 2013 conference website with the full schedule developers have been dying to see for months, ever since the initial announcement back in February. During the three days in mid-May (May 15-17), the company's engineers will host over 120 talks on such topics as:

  • Android
  • Chrome & Apps
  • Google+
  • Google Cloud Platform
  • Maps
  • YouTube
  • Glass
  • Ads
  • Wallet
  • Knowledge & Structured Data
  • and other tech subjects


On day 3, developers will also be able to participate in Code Labs on the topics of Android, Google+, Chrome & Apps, Google Cloud Platform, and YouTube.


The full agenda of everything (not just code labs and tech talks) that's going to be happening is live as well. What's interesting to note here is that unlike last year, there will only be one keynote, on day 1. It will last three hours, though that time will include a break. This is likely going to be the most exciting time period of the whole year for me. And you. And you.


Only. Two. More. Weeks. To Go.

Source: Google I/O 2013

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

    Could be 2 hours and an hour break. Who knows.

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

    Well, last year they broke it up into two separate keynotes, so our brains didn't explode all at once. This time, they will.

    • http://twitter.com/webbkie James Webb

      where will the stream be? looks like it's going to be an early one for us in Australia :)

      • http://seanslater.com/ Sean Slater

        Will be 2am on the east coast. http://tinyurl.com/googleio2013keynote

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

        Believe me, you'll know where the stream is when it's time.

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

    Nice try, Sundar Pichai.

  • skitchbeatz

    Possibly.. but you can cram a lot of stuff into a 3 hour presentation.

    • Chun Min Tay

      Hopefully something more than a skydive! ;)

  • Simon Belmont

    Can't wait. Look forward to this every year.

    I know AP will cover this well, as usual. Thanks, guys.

  • Dude!

    Did Chrome had that many sessions last year? Big focus/new chromebooks anyone?

  • navjot

    Anyone else getting a server error?

  • Google_is_the_Higgs_Boson

    I just hope there's something good about GoogleTV this year... I've been backing this platform since it was in beta... Something truly has to happen with this platform... As far as Android goes, I've been pretty happy with the platform... So what ever they do, will be a + + + + for me...

    • Freak4Dell

      I was hoping so, too, but there's no track for GoogleTV, and I can't find a mention of it anywhere. Unless they throw it in the Android talks, I'm not anticipating anything.

      • Google_is_the_Higgs_Boson

        I was looking for it too... I know one thing, if they do nothing, than this platform is dead! It would be a shame, because it has potential!!!

  • Jays2Kings

    With Wallet having it's own event (or just being a topic), that pretty much secures Wallet Cards, unless there's something else to add to Wallet, I can't see what though.

  • http://twitter.com/jorgewiegand Jorge Wiegand

    Is there a way to add the I/O Agenda to Google Calendar?

  • PhineasJW

    Bravo to Google for recognizing that their second keynote has historically included random nonsense and stuff no one will ever see again -- like the Nexus Q, and the Android@Home lightbulb.

    Seriously, one keynote is better. And I can't wait to see what they have in store...

    • Nimer55

      I could be mistaken, but I strongly believe the Nexus Q was part of the first event.

      But regardless, last years two events were 3:20 total. They also redid the Glass stunt which took a lot of time. The Google + part on the first day was also too long.

      Overall, 3 hours, even with a 20 minute built in break, should be more than enough time for them to cover everything.

  • Angel Penabad

    If I want to watch live (I hope Google is doing live streaming) the conference where Android 4.3 or 5.0 feature/info/whatever or new hardware are revealed, what thing in that schedule should I look at?

    What timezone are those times?

    I want to see if Sergei appears with GGlasses shouting "it's over 9000!!!".

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


  • Joshua

    I love that for Glass, there's a talk titled "Voiding Your Warranty," haha! https://developers.google.com/events/io/sessions/332704837

  • dude2k5

    I'll see you guys there.

  • SetiroN

    I wish Google calendar was updated with those graphics.

  • Freak4Dell

    So there's a session called "When Android Meets Maps" and also another session called "Designing the next generation of Google Maps", so I'm fairly sure we're going to see a completely revamped Maps app. There's also a session for "Google Cloud Messaging", so that pretty much confirms a unified messenger. "What's Coming in Google Wallet" speaks to some new Wallet features being announced, and a bunch of sessions to do with gaming, so there's your Google Games news. Looks like Ron's To-Do list is filling out quite nicely.

    • Eric Anderson

      I thought Google Cloud Messaging was the service that allowed third party developers to utilize push within their apps more proficiently...but I am not a developer so I don't completely understand.

      • Freak4Dell

        Hmm...could be. I'm also not a developer, and I probably just saw the word Messaging in the Android section and got excited, haha.

      • Alex Vainshtein

        It is exactly what it mean

    • Royal2000H

      Google Cloud Messaging has been around for a while. It's a way to push from the cloud to the device.

  • killa7byte

    is this keynote being streamed? if so, what time in uk?

  • Michael Panzer

    I would love to see a new nexus Q! This thing was so beautiful...

  • youareme7

    Does anyone think they're really going to announce something amazing at google i/o? i mean usually they announce something but wouldn't we have started hearing some of the rumor mill, it's only two weeks away and i have absolutely no inkling about what they might announce (other than probably an android update of some sort)

  • TylerChappell

    It seems likely that Google Play News will also be added and unveiled at the keynote.

  • Royal2000H

    I have a feeling it's a 2 hours keynote and a 1 hour break to tour around the booths and such

  • Chris Copac

    Anybody have any recommendations for a first timer going to his first I/O?

    • Axel Yates

      don't bring an iDevice.