Google I/O 2023: Dates, registration, how to go live, and key expectations

Google I/O 2023: Developer Conference showcases the latest technologies, innovations, software, and other advancements in the world of technology. Google I/O is one of the largest developer events in the world and is organized by Google every year. The next Google I/O is just around the corner and will take place on May 10, 2023.

The conference will be held live for viewers around the world and will have great significance for Android users and Google products. While full details are yet to be revealed, we can expect information about Android 14, Google AI, and other new products and services from the global tech giant provide. The all-new Pixel Fold has also been confirmed to launch at the I/O conference. You can read the full details about Google I/O 2023 here.

#GoogleIO back May 10 at 10: AM PT and you have a front row seat to the latest updates on AI, Android, hardware and more →

– Google Google)
May 3, 2023

What is Google I/O 2023?

Google I/O is an annual developer conference organized by Google. It showcases the company’s latest products, software, updates, and other innovations. In fact, that is what “I/O” means. The full form of Google I/O is Input/Output and the tagline is “Open Innovation.”

Google I/O is similar to another major event, Google Developer Day, and is an opportunity for the tech giant to showcase its latest products and solutions, announce new product launches as well like introducing software updates and other tools for developers. Users are especially looking forward to Pixel Fold. The conference also includes keynotes from top Google executives, technical sessions, and Q&A sessions. If you want to know more about Google and what it plans to offer next year, be sure to tune in to Google I/O.

What to expect from Google I/O 2023?

  • Google will make a number of announcements at I/O 2023, especially related to its flagship services like Android, Pixel and Cloud. Here’s everything you can expect from Google I/O 2023.
  • Latest developments in Android. The next version Android 14 may be officially released. Form factors, Jetpack + Compose libraries, Android Studio, performance, and other Android development aspects will also be covered.
  • Google may be addressing its AI Bard, introducing new security protocols and making passwords obsolete on Android with a new feature – passcode.
  • There’s an unnamed product launching on May 11, the day after the I/O conference. It is rumored to be the Pixel 7a smartphone. Maybe we’ll get information about that too.
  • New developments in Google Cloud
  • Google Pixel: The I/O event will also launch more products in Google’s flagship Pixel smartphone line.

Here’s what you can expect from Pixel at Google I/O.

– Pixel Fold

– Pixel 7a

– Pixel tablets

– Pixel Buds A-Series (new color)

– Pixel 8 series preview

✨May the folds be with you✨ #PixelFoldMay 10

– Made by Google (@madebygoogle)
May 4, 2023

When does Google I/O 2023 take place?

Google I/O 2023 will be held on May 10, 2023 at 10 a.m. PST. The event will be broadcast globally and is free for everyone to attend online. But only a limited number of spectators will be present in person at the venue. Google I/O 2023 will take place at the Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View, California.

Viewers will be able to live stream speaker keynotes, check out technical content, and access learning materials.

How to watch Google I/O 2023? Tickets and registration

There are no tickets available for Google I/O this year, and people can register online to watch the conference. Visit the official Google I/O site to sign up with your Google account. This event is open to everyone. You can also create a developer profile to get recommendations and content updates according to your preferences.


Google I/O 2023 is an important event for both developers and consumers. If you are a frequent user of Google products, services and solutions, you should attend the important Google I/O technology conference and get your curiosity sparked. So be sure to mark May 10 on your calendar.

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