We’re live from Google I/O 2013
Android Authority is attending Google I/O 2013, the most important Google event of the year. Stay tuned for the livestream, full keynote coverage, and for more good stuff over the next few days.
Google I/O, the developer conference where new and exciting stuff is showcased every year, is about to kick off in San Francisco, and Android Authority is there to keep you on the pulse.
Our editor Nate Swanner and our video reviewer Joshua Vergara are at I/O to keep an eye on all things Android. The new Android and Chrome boss Sundar Pichai warned us not to expect too much in terms of new hardware and operating systems, but, somehow we feel that Google will find a way to surprise us this year.
We’ve heard talk of a bunch of exciting things that may come this year at Google I/O including a very intriguing Google smartwatch. Babel/Hangouts is almost confirmed, and Android 4.3 seems a distinct possibility. Then there’s the talk about a refreshed Nexus 7 and perhaps a new white Nexus 4. And that’s just the stuff that leaked, hopefully there are more goodies where that came from.
Today’s three-hour long keynote promises to be filled to the brim with exciting stuff. Nate and Josh will be there, and we’ll be hosting the livestream on our site.
The guys filled their schedule over the next days with lots of interviews with developers and Googlers, so make sure to tune it to Android Authority for your Google I/O 2013 coverage.
Now, who’s excited?