Google I/O 2016 will take place May 18-20

by: Derek ScottJanuary 12, 2016
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We’ve just now returned from CES 2016, and it’s already time to start looking to the big trade shows and conferences that will be happening in the months to come. Next up is Mobile World Congress, which will take place in Barcelona from February 22nd to the 25th. Following a few months behind MWC every year is Google’s I/O developer conference, where the tech giant takes the stage to announce what it’s been working on for the past year. Thanks to a recent Google+ post from Google CEO Sundar Pichai, we now have an exact date for Google I/O 2016.

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of developer gatherings, Google will be hosting I/O in its own backyard at the Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View, California from Wednesday, May 18th through Friday, May 20th. As always, there will be three full days of developer content, coding labs, and much, much more. If you aren’t one of the lucky folks who get the chance to attend, you’ll be able to live stream the entire event or attend an I/O Extended event in your local community. You’ll want to stay tuned to the hashtag #io16 and +GoogleDevelopers in the coming weeks for more details.

Interested in re-watching the full Google I/O 2015 keynote? You can do so here.

So, what do you think Google will unveil at its 2016 keynote? Android N? New Nexus devices? Let us know what you think in the comments!

  • Lucian

    Hope to bring some news about project ARA!
    And maybe Android 6.1 with better RAM management, new battery saver tweaks and hopefully with that dark mode of UI.

  • Marius Tomas

    bring us to the Dark Side Google! ( dark UI)

  • Amogh Padhye

    Think so they will announce both Nexus 6 2016 with android N

  • Vinicius Lima Silva

    maybe more about that new language they were (are) working on, more about new android guidelines and something they are planning to android n, I think

  • Bart Koppelmans

    I really hope theu are going to unveil a new Google Calendar for the web. It is time it gets a material design refresh!