Are you a developer that was looking to get in on some one-on-one time with Google at their biggest conference of the year, I hope you already purchased your tickets because they’re gone. While the conference is designed, much like Apple’s WWDC, to take advantage of Google’s services care of Google engineers themselves, it also has a very media friendly side in that they spend their keynote announcing some of their biggest products of the year.
Last year, we got not only the Nexus 7, but also a very vivid demonstration of Google Glass and the oddball Nexus Q media center, uh, ball, that has yet to materialize in the real world. Still, it’s exciting for a company that was once known for web search and a smattering of other, random things has such a unified presence now. Expected to be a big announcement this year? That Google X Phone they’re building with their Motorola component, a device that will probably be my next phone.
Google I/O takes place from May 15-17, 2013.