The Google I / O event starts in the evening. Where to look, what can you expect

This year’s Google Input / Output or I / O event will start this evening. An engineer meeting will be held from May 11 to May 12 in the United States. The Google I / O event is free for everyone and its registration starts on March 22nd on the Google I / O page. The US-based bully also launched the Google I / O puzzle. The developer meeting will be held live with a few viewers and broadcast live. Admission is also free.

The event will start at 10:30 pm IST and you can watch it on Google’s social media channels. Google CEO Sundar Photosi is expected to hold a key session. The event could light up Android 13, Wear OS and the Google hardware business Pixel 6a. There may be announcements related to Pixel Watch and Buds Pro.

Metaverse is expected to be one of the highlights of the Google I / O event tonight. There may be improvements to existing Google services such as Google Maps, Google Pay and Play Store.

One of the exciting things about digital I / O knowledge is the opportunity to reach a global audience. Content will be provided on demand and in different languages ​​for everyone to use. Some translated content such as captioned videos may be available shortly after the event. Check out what your local developer community is offering.

Subscribing to Google I / O 2022 allows you to save and view related content. As a registrar, you can also create a developer profile to get the most out of digital information. By subscribing, you will also receive non-spam emails to stay informed on Google I / O, developer events, and other relevant news.

Even if you do not subscribe you will still be able to view key times and notes, but you will not be able to save content, get recommendations, or chat in I / O Adventure.

You do not need to have an developer account but creating a profile creates My I / O and allows you to fully access I / O Adventure. You must be 18 years old to register for this event.

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