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Google’s recent I/O developer conferences were flush with product launches, app demos, sneak previews, phone giveaways and all sorts of news and goodies. Considering that this year’s I/O sold out in 59 minutes and the bid for an attendee ticket reached $3000 on eBay, Google I/O is all the buzz these days.
The event kicks off on May 10-11 in Moscone Center, San Francisco, and will also be streamed live on Google I/O site and at Google I/O Extended “viewing parties” worldwide (admission free, registration required).
As the conference date nears, Web is getting awash with speculations. Will Android Ice Cream come out in time for I/O? Will Google really release Chrome OS during the event or “later this year”? Will the company launch a new social service that has reportedly been in the works? More important for SEOs, will Matt and the crew host a “SEO site advice from the experts” session this year? It’s not on the list thus far, and Matt is scheduled for the Ignite Tech Talk session only.
What are your hunches for this year’s Google I/O?