Google I/O 2013 Will Change Things Up with One 3-hour Keynote Instead of Several


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Google I/O is just a couple weeks away now, and it promises to have some exciting things to show off. The rumor-mill has been flying for the past year, and we could see anything from several new Nexus devices to a Motorola X Phone. More than likely many of the rumors will fall by the way-side, but will probably get a glimpse of Android 5.0/Key Lime Pie, and learn even more about Google Glass.

Google just a couple of days ago shared their Google I/O schedule, and what is most interesting is that they seem to have consolidated their keynote speech into one three hour session instead of their usual multiple events. The Google I/O 2013 keynote starts at 9:00 a.m. EDT on May 15th, and we are definitely excited to see what comes out of it. We will keep you abreast of any coverage coming from the event, so stay tuned!

Source: Google I/O Sessions