Google I/O 2019

    Like Microsoft BUILD and Apple’s WWDC, I/O is Google’s premiere event for developers. Between May 7 and 9, thousands descended on the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California, where Google held keynotes and developer sessions to talk about new technological advances, updates to its Android operating system, and plans for 2019. At Google I/O, we also learned what’s cooking for projects like Google Assistant, virtual and augmented reality, Stadia, and more. Here’s everything we saw at I/O — and our complete coverage.

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    Google I/O 2019 will take place at a familiar time and at a predictable locale

    Google has taken the wraps off of the dates and location for Google I/O 2019. The event is set to take place from May 7 to 9 at the Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View, California. The event will likely be where Google unveils Android Q.
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