Google’s long-running I/O conference has evolved a lot in recent years. From a developer-focused conference, the event is now the stage for some of the most relevant announcements from Google each year. This year’s Google I/O conference has been confirmed for May 14, and we can expect the announcement of new services, products, and maybe even new hardware. In recent years, the company has also used the event for I’m annoying upcoming Pixel products and reveal more details about new Android releases.

Google confirms the date for the next Google I/O conference – May 14

Google will live stream the keynotes and sessions and any new announcement will be there in real time for enthusiasts. Interestingly, this time Google decided to share a 15-level puzzle. For some people, it was probably a fun way to make an announcement. However, the publication was immediately followed by the announcement of the date two months after this teaser.

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With two months to go, we expect more teasers to pop out of Google’s pockets. However, as far as rumors are concerned, the company may introduce new Pixel A-series smartphones and tease other products in the Pixel lineup.

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Of course, AI should be one of the main topics at Google I/O. The company has been working to deliver a proper competitor to ChatGPT and its variants since OpenAI’s chatbot became a phenomenon. Last year, Google introduced the Google Bard, which was later renamed the Google Gemini. We expect the company to provide further details about its approach to AI.

You can register for the event on the Google I/O website ( The website emphasizes that by registering, you will receive information about the event’s sessions and keynotes. The company will also share relevant developer news via email. You can also create a developer profile to get the best digital experience of the event. You’ll be able to save and view all the content that’s relevant to you as a developer, Google explains.

We expect more details to emerge in the coming weeks.

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Google I/O Conference Confirmed for May 14