Google I/O is the company's yearly developer conference, traditionally held at Moscone West in San Francisco but in 2016 moved to the Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View, right in Google's backyard. It's where thousands of developers, partners and press come together to see the latest announcements on Google's platforms, services and (usually) products. The 2016 conference will be taking place from May 18-20 in Mountain View, CA.

If history repeats itself, we'll get a bunch of new Android news — and probably a peek at the upcoming M version of Android. Also expect some Google Pay announcements, and updates to existing products.

Chrome usually (and understandably) plays a big part in the I/O announcements as well, and expect for more on that front in the coming weeks, too.

Registration for I/O 2016 opened on March 8, 2016.