We've got just a month and a half before Google IO hits San Francisco once more, and Google's just posted the list of sessions for this year's three-day event. As you can imagine there's more than a bit of Android on the agenda, with 20 sessions currently listed. (And it wouldn't surprise us in the least to see one or two more added before June 27 arrives.)
We've yet to find any hidden gems in...
In one of the more obvious claims since the Greco-Roman calendar decided to start days of the month with 1, Digitimes (you remember them?) has a source claiming that Android 5.0 Jelly Bean may be released in the third quarter. Stunning revelations, folks. Consider:
There's a better than average chance Google will say something about the next version of Android at the Google IO developer...
Can't get enough of Google IO? Google's developer conference has just announced expanded dates -- moving from two days in April to June 27-29. The conference will still take place in San Francisco, at Moscone Center West.
Source: Google Developers
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