This is the month of Google I/O, with the event set to take place from the 27th to the 29th. Eager conference goers and stay-at-home-live-streamers alike can now start planning those days out, because the official schedule has made its way online.

The page provides a general overview under the Agenda tab, but you can select other options to get a detailed list of what will take place each day. The most exciting event, the keynote, is scheduled for 9:30AM PST on the 28th.


What's New in Android will come later that day at 1 PM. It usually refers to a new version of Android, which are sometimes unveiled at Google I/O. During this time we also see topics such as gaming on Android TV and getting apps ready for Android Auto. A 2:30 session deals with Project Tango.

On the Android Wear front, there's mention of Google Fit (12:30, 28th), Smart Lock (2:00, 28th), and adjusting apps to an always-on screen (2:00, 29th).

Note, many of the sessions are shorter than usual and have dropped down to 30 minutes. A small video icon marks which talks those of us who aren't going will be able to stream from home. If you sign in, you can create your own Google I/O itinerary regardless of whether you'll be watching remotely or in person.

You can check everything out for yourself at the link below.