Now in its fifth year, Google’s annual developers’ conference has become a showcase to display the tech giant’s latest in products and services. The three-day event from June 27-29—the “I” stands for input and the “O” stands for output—attracts Google developers and fanatics from all over the world.
In years past, products like Google TV and Google Music (now under Google Play) were unveiled as well as key updates to Android. This year, the rumor mills are spinning with talks of a new cloud service and a low-cost tablet, as well as updates to Chrome and Google+.
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