Google I/O 2016 schedule updated with sessions for Android Wear, ATAP, and more


Google IO 2016

As we are quickly approaching Google I/O, we turn to Google’s official schedule to guess what might be announced and discussed at this year’s developer conference. Although we have had the official schedule since April, it does look like Google has tried to sneak several new sessions into the calendar, giving us more to speculate about.

Below are just a few of the newly added sessions:

Google is known to add and change the name of sessions throughout the conference that will focus on topics announced during the keynote. It is best to refresh the I/O schedule website every couple of hours and see if anything has changed to make sure you do not miss a session. Thankfully, Google live-streams and records most of the conference so that you can come back watch everything later, and don’t forget that we’ll be delivering anything notable to you right here on Phandroid.

[Google I/O Schedule]

Justin Duino
I am a technology geek through and through. For as long as I can remember I have been tearing apart electronics to figure out how they work. I got into writing about Android by first learning how to program for the ecosystem and being a part of the developer community. I can always be found playing with a new phone or the latest wearable.

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