Google I/O 2024: What to expect from the biggest developer conference

Alphabet-owned tech giant recently revealed and posted the full schedule on Google's My I/O page
A graphical image of the Google I/O 202 poster. – Google I/O
A graphical image of the Google I/O 202 poster. – Google I/O 

Google I/O 2024, the biggest developer conference featuring product news and innovations from Google, is scheduled to kickstart from May 14.

The event will showcase what the company is working on, including Wear OS 5, Android TV, Android 15, and many more new updates. The company recently uploaded the full schedule on Google's My I/O page, giving people a look at Google's upcoming plans.

At Google I/O 2024, the company is hosting two keynotes, starting with "Discover how we're furthering our mission to organise the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful" as the first keynote at 10am PT (1pm ET).

This will be followed by a Developer Keynote, which Google describes as a chance to "learn about Google's newest developer tools and discover how they fuel innovation and enhance your productivity," aimed at increasing innovation and productivity.

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Some other events, like "What's New in Android," where Google will introduce the latest features of Android 15 developments, including form factors, Jetpack, generative AI, tooling, composition, and performance, will also take place. According to the Toms Guide, rumours suggest that the session will see more hardware announcements, like the Pixel 8a.

Moreover, another session will showcase Google's latest developments in AI, ChromeOS, Google Play, and more. These sessions will give developers and users a chance to experience new AI tools and learn about updates to Google's platforms and services.

Some of the most exciting sessions of Google I/O 2024 include the launch of new Gemini API features, Google AI Studio and Gemma updates, and developments in Google's open-source libraries such as Keras and JAX.

Additionally, events like "What's New in ChromeOS" and "What's New in Google Play" will offer a glimpse of new features that will soon make their way into Android devices, TVs, cars, and other areas of daily life.