Friday , August 18 2017

Google I/O 2016 schedule is now live with a sprinkling of VR across 10 stages

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The schedule for Google I/O, the companies developer conference has gone live on the Google I/O website, the schedule shows off the names of a number of sessions for developers, as well as the timing of the all important keynote.

The schedule shows that Google will be running their annual developer event, which will be held in Mountain View at the Shoreline Amphitheatre this year, across 10 stages at the outdoor event. The developer keynote will run from 10am till 12am on the first day of the three day conference which starts on the 18th of May and runs until the 20th.

Checking out the schedule, Google will be running a couple of sessions at the event on Virtual Reality, as well as Project Tango though it’s not too heavy at this stage, then May 20th looks suspiciously empty on my schedule The event schedule is based on your local PC clock, so you may need to change to a US based time-zone to see all the events. Google does likes to update the schedule once the all important keynote is out of the way though, so keep an eye out for developments.

Ausdroid will be attending Google I/O again this year as a guest of Google, so we’ll be bringing you the best Australian focused coverage of the event and asking the all important questions we all want asked such as ‘When is it coming to Australia?’. Check out the sessions and see what you’re excited for.

 
Source: Google I/O.

Daniel Tyson   Editor

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