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Google I/O 2021 schedule revealed with focus on What’s New

Google released the event schedule defined for Google I / O 2021, including lectures, sessions and meetings of various types. On the first day of Google I / O 2021, Google will give sessions and lectures in three main areas: Android, Google Play and “web platform”. They also have Chrome in the title of the programming events – the same for “Wear”, but they are not part of the big three on day 1.

The first part of this extravaganza you’ll want to watch for is Google I / O Keynote – the main event, which will take place at 12pm (noon), Pacific time on May 18, 2021. After that, there is a “Keynote Developer ”Which starts at 2:15 pm, just 15 minutes after the scheduled completion of the main Google I / O Keynote.

Next, we see three events that occur one after the other: What’s new on Android, What’s new on Google Play, and What’s new on the web platform. At that point, we started to dive into sessions like “Create your first block on Wear” and AMA sessions like “AMA: Chrome and Web”.

The next news session will be at 11am on May 19 – “What’s new in machine learning”. At 11:45 am on May 19, it’s “What’s new in Google Assistant”. There will be a session at 12:15 pm on May 19 called “What’s new in material design”, and then a “What’s new in Chrome OS” at 12:45 pm At 1:00 pm on May 19 it is “What’s new in Flutter”, at 2 pm it is “What’s new in Android accessibility”, 2:30 pm is “What’s new in Firebase”.

At 4:15 on the 19th, it’s a “What’s New in Google Pay” session – note: this is PAY, not Play. The 19th has a session at 18h15 called “What’s new in the smart home”.

If you are looking for Augmented Reality sessions, start with 5:15 pm “New Features in ARCore” on the 19th. 45 of the same day called “AMA: ARCore.”

The entire event takes place in three days, and the most basic access is free for everyone. You can still take a look at the registration process, regardless of which part of the Android / Google universe you are involved in. The general Google I / O register is free and can be accessed now.

If you are attending consumer and developer talks or technical sessions, you do not need to make reservations. If you want to participate in workshops, AMAs or meetings, you will need to do a little more work. It all depends on how deep you want to dive!

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