Google I / O 2022 will be held in May: free access, all events online

The Mountain View house confirms the dates of Google I / O 2022, the annual conference dedicated to developers which, as always, represents an important opportunity to learn about the news on the products and services of the American giant. This year the appointment is set for11 and 12 Maytwo days full of events that last had instead been spread over three days (18-20 May).

Also this year Google will give the opportunity to assist for free to all events of the conference that will be streamed. To participate, simply register via the official website (link in Source). Compared to last year, there is a small but significant change in terms of public participation: CEO Sundar Pichai announces that Google will return to the Shoreline Amphitheater, site that has hosted previous editions of Google I / O. The amphitheater will be populated again, albeit with one reduced presence of spectators. It will mostly be Google employees and partners, but it is nonetheless a sign of a willingness to return to normal after two years of the pandemic.

The detailed calendar of events has not yet been published, but as usual, the news will concern the main products of the Company: among the announcements of the 2021 edition are the new Material You design of Android 12, the updates of Google Workspace and the formalization of the collaboration with Samsung to renew WearOS. On the hardware side, there was no lack of news on the front of customized AI chips, quantum computers and holographic telepresence. It is easy to predict that one of the protagonists of the new edition will be Android 13 of which the DP1 version has already been released.

Waiting for further advances on the contents, all that remains is to try our hand again this year with theinevitable enigma which reveals the date of the event. For the simple pleasure of doing it, we mean, since the solution is now revealed. It can be reached by connecting to this address. Google Developers account gives some clues to fix it …

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