Search giant Google will kick off its 3-day annual developer conference Google I/O 2013 starting from May 15. At this year’s Google I/O conference, Google will announce new devices, software updates, and more. And now we know what sessions are going to be held and when as Google has published the schedule for its 2013 Google I/O conference.
The Google I/O 2013 conference at San Francisco will feature more than 120 sessions on Android and Chrome operating systems, as well as a single three-hour keynote event. The topics that Google will talk on May 15-17 are: Android, Google+, Google Cloud Platform, Maps, YouTube, Glass, Ads, Wallet, Knowledge and Structured Data and other tech subjects. Unlike last year, there will only be one keynote on day 1. It will last three hours including a break. There will also be a host of satellite events, allowing developers around the world to view conference sessions and connect with other developers.
To see the entire schedule, visit Google Developers.
Source: Google Developers