Google's developer conference starts on Tuesday, May 7. At the three-day event, which runs through Thursday, May 9, in Mountain View, California, we expect the latest news on Android Q, Pixel phones, Google Assistant, Nest and smart home devices, and maybe some surprises.
In this week's Google I / O, which is again held by the Shoreline Amphitheater, developers are gathering to learn about where Google should go over the next year for mobile, smart home devices, and in the cloud. Previous messages included plans for Google Assistant,Google Glass and lots of Android news.
The conference starts with an introductory address from Google CEO Sundar Pichai on Tuesday at 10 am PT, but live coverage from CNET begins half an hour earlier, at 9:30 pm PT.
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Originally published May 4, 12:53 pm PT.