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Google I/O 2018 schedule released with no Android TV and Auto

28 February 2018 3

Google I/O 2017 revealed some pretty amazing products which left consumers with great expectations for Google I/O 2018. If you’ve been waiting to check out the lineup for Google I/O 2018, you’re in luck as the schedule is now up. The ticket registration has been closed and the event schedule is up, including two main keynotes on the 8th of May. One beginning at 10am and ending at 11:30pm and the other commencing and 12:45pm and ending at 1:45pm.

Well, aside from the main event, there’s a large number of session scheduled for Google to reveal what its plans are for the upcoming year. Unfortunately, this isn’t going to be any huge reveal and mainly consists of briefings, allowing consumers to know which direction the company is headed in or which products are going to be the main focus of the company and so on. Irrespective of this, the company still has an interesting even planned with new things in Android Wear and in Android accessibility.

An interesting session is definitely going to be the one for Chrome OS and Android apps. Who knows, old Chromebooks may even get it. The smart displays announced at CES are soon to be released and it seems like Google needs to brief the consumers on design actions for Google Assistant on smart displays. Another interesting session is going to be the one where Google speaks of integrating Smart Home devices with Google Assistant.

If you’re a developer, Google’s got you covered with captivating sessions like Grow and optimize your subscriptions with new Google Play features and New and advanced Google Play tools for game developers. While this sounds all fine and dandy, it seems like Google is missing something. There’s no word on Android TV and Android Auto.

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Google I/O 2018 schedule released with no Android TV and Auto
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