Google I/O 2013 is just 14 days away and as always we will be seeing several new things from Google at this dev conference. The session schedule and agenda posted by Google suggest that we will only be one keynote speech this year at the conference.
There is still no clear idea on what to expect this year. As per reports, Android 5.0 has been delayed and we are likely to see Android 4.3, which won’t be a major update. So, the keynote will most likely include little-little from Android, Chrome, Google TV and Google+.
Surprisingly, there seems to be no-sessions scheduled for Google TV this year, looks like after the dismal showing by this ambitious project, Google is losing interest in it. Update: As David has pointed out in the comments, there is one session for Google TV.
Chrome seems to a major attraction at this year’s I/O. We are likely to see a sneak peek at upcoming Chromebooks, probably including the rumoured Intel Haswell powered units.
Google will be live-streaming 35-40 per cent of the sessions as well as the keynote speech on Youtube, so even if you couldn’t make it to Google I/O, you can watch part of it at your home.
You can find the full schedule and more at the source.