how to follow the conference live online

Google I/O, the big annual conference for developers, starts this Wednesday at 7 p.m. French time. So you can watch it live online to find out what’s next from the American giant.

Apple traditionally organizes its famous keynote during the WWDC (World Wide Developer Conference, the developer conference) just before the summer (this year on the 6th Ö. And so the American giant should this Wednesday, May 11th from 7pm, live from Shoreline ( a city in the US state of Washington) presenting what’s new for this year.The program should be busy as we next review the development of Android 13 which is currently in beta 1 version and will be released next fall expect to discover the Pixel Watch, the builder’s connected watch.Following last year’s acquisition of Fitbit and its partnership with Samsung to bring together WearOS and Tizen, the two manufacturers’ connected watch operating systems, the Pixel Watch showing the end of its watch face if we are to believe the many leaks that have been circulating on the net for several months.

It could also be an opportunity to see a new smartphone appear: the Pixel 6a, a cheaper version of the Pixel 6 that will be launched in autumn 2021.

We also talk about the possibility of announcing a version of the Pixel Buds, the brand’s wireless headphones, in the Pro version, as well as a software update for Android TV, the system that powers a large number of connected televisions.

Finally, and above all, since developers are the first targets, Google I/O will undoubtedly also be an opportunity to preview new services and new technologies developed by Google, such as I/O Pinball, a small online Game launched today as a demonstration (see our article). A fun way to peek into the future…

How can I watch the Google I/O conference online?

The Google I/O conference will take place this Wednesday, May 11th from 7pm French time, live on YouTube but also on the website dedicated to the event organized by Google. No invitation or VIP badge required: the event is free and open to everyone, anywhere in the world.

Follow the Google I/O conference on YouTube

Follow the Google I/O conference on the Google website

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