The Google I / O 2019 will be held, for the fourth consecutive time, at the Mountain View Shoreline Amphitheater, and will take place from 7 to 9 May, now Big G has announced the conference program, with sessions dedicated to the various topics, among which we find Google Stadia, Dark Mode and Linux on Chrome OS.

For those who did not know, the Google I / O is one of the largest and most important conferences for developers in the world, is organized (obviously by Google) every year and is usually the scene of announcements of numerous and relevant news regarding the countless services of the Mountain View giant. Beyond the privileged showcase to let enthusiasts and professionals know about what’s cooking in Google, the main aim pursued through this great annual event is to give directions to the developers, thus preparing them for changes and news coming up.

For organizational reasons, the Mountain View giant has just released the initial conference program. The main Google keynote, in which, as usual, all major announcements will be summarized in a less technical manner, and will be held on May 7th at 10am local time (here we will be at 6pm). To illustrate the various news will be Google executives, including, as always, the CEO Sundar Pichai. Among the various topics we will of course also talk about Android and the new Q version of the green robot’s operating system. The event will be broadcast in livestreaming, so it will be possible to follow it live.

This first keynote will be followed by the Developer Keynote, in which the speeches will take on a decidedly more technical form. The program then includes a series of sessions dedicated to the various topics, more precisely: Android (what’s new), Gaming, Material Design, Chrome, Google Assistant, Machine Learning and AI. There will also be sessions dedicated to Dark Mode by Android Q, Google Coral, the new and much talked about service Google Stadia, AR for Google Maps, Linux on Chrome OS and more.

This year, therefore, the meat will be really great and Google has already stated that more will be added to these sessions. Later on, more details will be communicated regarding time, location, speakers and availability of livestreaming.

Umair Ahmed
Umair is a web & graphic designer based in Newcastle. Umair started designing and drawing from a young age and most of his design skills and knowledge are self taught. He moved to Digital Media while doing Multimedia course at Newcastle College. Umair loves writing about games and emerging technologies. "The one thing I love most about writing is it feels like an accomplishment." He can be reached at: [email protected]
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