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VR, two-hour keynote lead the just-released Google I/O schedule

Google has posted the full schedule for the upcoming Google I/O 2016 developer conference. The schedule gives a full list of sessions that will be held on May 18-19.

It appears as though Google will be kicking off this year's Google I/O with a keynote that is scheduled for around two hours, followed by various breakout sessions. A quick glance of the sessions doesn't appear to highlight any major spoilers, with sessions on VR, Project Tango and, of course, Android "N" all listed for developers to check out.

Google will also be live-streaming a number of the sessions, so if you are unable to attend you will be able to follow along with those from home. We will be live at Google I/O, so keep it locked right here for all of the event coverage.

Check out the full Google I/O schedule here

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  • oh man brillo talk about a non-start i had forgotten about that one!
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  • Bad title. I saw vr hours ago and skipped over it. Took all the fun out of learning the dates. Judging by the lack of comments... I am not the only one. Posted via the Android Central App