Google I/O is the popular annual developer event of the search engine giant. And now, its upcoming I/O 2021 conference is about to take place.
But, before that happens, here are the major updates it could announce. Previously, some speculations and rumors provided that new Google products and innovations could arrive.
Now, Google confirmed some of its upcoming products and software updates, with the company also releasing a blog schedule to help the viewers know what is coming to them.
Google I/O 2021 Registration's Guide and Details
If you want to register, all you need to do is click this link.
Once you are there, you will see a Register button, which is located in the upper right corner of your tab.
After that, all you have to do is create a Google account, or simply sign in using your existing Google account. Aside from these, you can also click the Filters option (the three-line inverted pyramid symbol) to check the listed topics, types, level, and region.
As of the moment, the upcoming event is only available in the Americas, Asia Pacific, Middle East, Africa, and European regions. Meanwhile, you can also choose various topics such as Chrome OS, Flutter, Google Assistant, Design, and more.
Schedule and What to Expect
Android Police reported that the upcoming Google I/O 2021 event will take place on May 18 at exactly 1:00 PM ET.
On the other hand, one of the things that fans could expect are the updates on Wear OS and Google Tiles.
Recently, the tech giant company released its Tiles feature to third-party developers. Thanks to Google's decision, its Tiles platform now has more features and other functionalities.
Aside from these, Google will also discuss its upcoming foldable smartphones and other models with large screens, which the company has been working on with Microsoft for quite some time now. If you want to know more details about the upcoming Google I/O 2021, all you need to do is click here.
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Written by: Griffin Davis