Google I/O 2013 is officially a go, as the dates for the developer conference have just been announced via the +Google Developers page. Thousands of people will be hitting the Moscone Center West to see what Google has in store.
Google I/O 2012 was by and far the most popular conference, as not only did the price of tickets go up to almost $1000, but it also sold out faster than any previous conference. Attendees were treated to the announcement of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, an insane demo of Google Glass, great sessions, and one hell of a party. Needless to say, there’s a small chance that the anticipation for Google’s next developer conference has waned.
While the conference isn’t just about Android, Google is likely set to announce the next version of its mobile operating system, Key Lime Pie. Users are just now getting a taste of Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, which is a relatively small update, and we expect Key Lime Pie to be much larger.
We also hope to hear some announcements surrounding Google TV and the for now ill-fated Nexus Q this time around.
What do you want to see come from Google I/O 2013?