When does the new version of Android come? This is the first question that comes to mind after the release of the latest version of OS, as well, Google I / O is certainly one of the great opportunities to see news in this area. Yesterday, Sundar Pichai ended the suspense and announced the date of this year's annual developer conference: the Google I / O 2014 happen on June 25th and 26th in Moscone West in San Francisco.
As tickets sold out in less than an hour last year, those interested in attending I / O 2014 should keep an eye on the site until next month, when Google will announce the official registration details. And to avoid the madness that was in the previous year, Sundar Pichai announced some changes. Anyone wishing to attend the conference must first send an email stating that they would like to attend, after which Google will contact the selected candidates. And here, my people, count the lot, for the lottery is random. For other mortals who will not have the chance to be in attendance at the event, there is always the possibility to attend live sessions and lectures via streaming.
In addition, the event was two and not three days old. This may indicate that we will have perhaps fewer consumer-oriented services and products this year.
Although Google I / O 2013 did not bring the long-awaited Jelly Bean update, announced two months later, always quoted as one of the possibilities to see Sundar Pichai bring to light a new version of Google's operating system. Let's hope 2014 is different. Recalling that last year, the devs Big G's launched Google Play Games and Chrome Pixel, for example.
And a, would you like to see the head of Android announcing a new version of OS, perhaps the legendary
Lime Pie? (Updated) In fact, the name of the next Android version should start with the letter "L", as Google follows a pattern for naming its dessert-named software variants, and the letter "K" has already been used by KitKat. Acknowledgment: Ivan Augusto
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