Google I/O 2013 Dates, Rumors and Predictions

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View Google I/O 2013 Dates, Rumors and Predictions going to held from May 15 to 17 of 2013 at at Moscone Center West in San Francisco.

Google I/O 2012 was held in June last year. But for Google I/O 2013 schedule, Google is pushing back to usual May time slot.

Google I/O 2012 was a great success with Google Nexus 7 and Google Project Glass as some of the significant announcements. Following the event Google had several successful device launching including its Nexus 4 smartphone, Nexus 7 economy tablet and Nexus 10 premium tablet as well as handed out feature-filled updates for Google+, Google Maps, and YouTube. Hopefully we’ll see the same kind of action come this May.

Google I/O 2013 is believed to serve the as an announcement platform for several new products as well as some replacement for old products. Google now have the crow of technology world and is titled as top tech company, which makes it really needs to give few solid technology blockbusters in 2013 knockouts, both in the realm of software and hardware products.

Google I/O 2013 Dates, Rumors and Predictions

Google I/O 2013 Tickets and Registration

Registration for tickets typically start months before the event itself. Google has said the the Google I/O 2013 Tickets and Registration will get open in early 2013. However, there has not been an exact official date by the company.

Outside of the official announcement, there isn’t much info about Google I/O 2013. That is not surprising, considering the event is still six months away. Usually, you’d go to the Google I/O official website for updates. For now, visitors will be treated to a few videos from Google I/O 2012. Mostly it’s presentations about popular products like Android and Google Glasses.

Google I/O 2013 Rumors and Predictions

We have some analysts of all the speculations, rumors, forecasts and predictions for Google I/O 2013 about the new hardware product and software innovations that are expected to be launched at the event. Here under is the quick round up of the things that we expect from big G-team in the next 12 months.

Android 5.0 KLP

Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie (KLP) will be start of the evening without any doubt. Google will officially launch Android 5.0 KLP. Android Key Lime Pie will help improve the Android OS share further in the smartphone operating system market. Manufacturers like Samsung, LG and HTC will keep Android pushing out to an ever growing fan-base. That will speed up further with Android KLP phones hitting the market.

Android KLP Smartphones Wave

We expect a wave of smartphones running Android Key Lime Pie soon after Google I/O 2013. The Samsung Galaxy S4 is expected around the same time, and it is very possible that the S4 will be one of the first non-Nexus devices KLP provided. Another device that has been spotted, the Sony LT30i, a relative of the Xperia T, better known as James Bond in Skyfall phone. The LT30i was spotted on a benchmarking website runs Android 5.0, and is suspected to be joining the Nexus family. Google has never been with Sony for a Nexus device, and the fact that they both LG and Asus welcomed into the family this year, we would like to believe that Sony could be prepared for 2013.

Nexus 7 Tablet update

As for equipment expected to be launched at the conference, we do have some strong suspicions. Expect an update for the Nexus 7 tablet. Given that the original was announced at the 2012 conference, it would not be too far fetched to expect follow-up device. Hopefully this will be a lot more on-board memory and sports better battery life.

Google Smart TV

Google has brought out its Google Smart TV on CES 2013, but currently it is not in a position to take over the living rooms just yet. However, Google is allocating a dedicated amount of resources and brainpower to help its Smart TV products to take flight. Google Smart TV is also one of the top priorities for the company after Smartphone, tablet and Chromebook development. Year 2013 might not witness Google TV to make a big push, but it will serve as a ground work time for Google to stand up in this market.

Developer SDKs, APIs and Monetization

In the past Google has been suffering from a strategic mistake that it has not provide Developers tools to can monetize their Android products and contents, turning commercial application developers towards Apple iOS. Google I/O 2013 will also address further to the App Developers and Content Publishers to start thinking of Android before iOS or any other platform. For the purpose Google Play is already in place.

Google Fiber Broadband Service

Google is on the way of launching its ultra-speed broadband service and stepping in to internet service provider business. It might not take on big North American providers like AT&T and Time Warner at the moment, but Google is working on some strategic acquisitions that will allow it to growth, expand and enforce itself in this market.

So, what might we have to look forward to in 2013? Could a commercially viable Project Glass be ready for prime time? Will a re-thought Nexus Q take its second stab at a launch? Maybe Google will have another new tablet to share, with some interesting hook like a flexible display. Let us know some of your predictions in the comments below.
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