Registration for Google I/O 2021 is now available, and anybody interested in Google technology can listen in to hear about new software launches, professional tips, and hands-on experience. Due to COVID-19, Google missed last year’s annual conference altogether, but the free-for-all affair will take place practically from May 18 to May 20 this year. This year’s event will include Workshops, Ask Me Something Sessions (AMAs), personalised material, live Q&A during Sessions, and more, according to Google.
How do you sign up for Google I/O 2021?
1. If you want to join Google I/O 2021, you can sign up by logging into your Google account.
2. Fill in your personal information, such as your name, country of birth, and age.
3. You’ll be asked about your job title, business name, and which things you’d like to get updates and alerts about.
4. After you’ve completed the form, you’re ready to go.
5. On the Google I/O 2021 homepage, there is even a puzzle you can try for fun.
Google I/O 2021: What to Plan
While the Google I/O annual developers conference is mostly focused on developer topics, Google also showcases numerous consumer-facing capabilities for the goods and services it is developing. For example, Google launched Google Duplex experimental technologies a few years ago, which allows an AI-powered bot to make phone calls on your behalf.
One of the most significant updates at Google I/O 2021 may be linked to the company’s Android operating system’s next version. According to XDA Developers, the next Android OS update will include enhancements to Scrolling Screenshots, holding the power button to call Google Assistant, the Search bar in the widget picker, new emojis, and a few privacy tools, among other things.
WearOS, Google’s wearable operating system, has created a lot of buzz. According to reports from different sources, Google is working on a WearOS-powered Google Pixel Watch smartwatch. It’s likely that Google will discuss the wearable’s features and functions.
Google Assistant is, without a doubt, the most effective virtual assistant available. Google is likely to extend the Assistant’s functionality and reveal new features. Google may also reveal the Assistant will be integrated into more goods and services.
Pixel 6 Whitechapel SoC
There are rumours that Google is developing an in-house SoC to power the rumoured Pixel 6 handsets. It’s called “GS101” Whitechapel SoC, but it might be called something else commercially. During an earnings call in October 2020, Google CEO Sundar Pichai announced hardware investments and pledged a “terrific roadmap ahead” for 2021, suggesting hardware-related updates for this year.