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Google I/O 2013 Developer Sessions Schedule is Up

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Will you be attending Google I/O 2013 in San Francisco next month? If so, you might want to start looking at which sessions you will want to attend. In terms of what’s available, there are sessions spanning from Android and Chrome to developing for Google Glass and Google Wallet. There are over 120 choices to choose from, so start planning!

A couple of sessions stand out in particular to us, those being in relation to “Google Cloud Messaging” and a variety of others geared towards gaming. For weeks, we have reported on Google Babel and the possibility of a new gaming center for Android – this sessions could very well be clues to those becoming a reality.

It should be quite the good time.

Via: Google I/O 2013

  • TheWenger

    I’d be there, but Google wouldn’t let me buy a ticket. Thanks.

  • PSU_DI

    Anyone else disappointed that there isn’t a single reference to the Google TV platform in any of these sessions. Google, has a good product here but needs to throw there wait behind it for it to me adapted in the mass market.

    • The Google TV twitter account said a while back that they were gonna have a big presence at I/O maybe they’ll show up in the keynote. :/

    • Steve Benson


    • Yeah they definitely got throwing their “wait” behind it down.

  • Also I’m going to laugh very hard when the X phone is a flop (and will not be unveiled at I/O)

  • “How to make money in Google Play”

    I hope that one is packed.

  • Tyler

    Let the anticipation start eating at you

  • David Marzluf

    I hope they announce a new moto phone. Please. Come on x phone

  • Bionic

    X phone keynote

    • Buckoman

      We get it, Bionic.

    • T4rd

      This is a win/win either way it goes;

      If the X phone is announced, then we’ll all bask in its awesomeness.

      If it is not announced, then we can taunt you forever and possibly force you to change your username =p.

      • Bionic

        I’ve been told it may not be ready in time. However now that we are seeing benchmarks I’m more optimistic.

        If I’m allowed to say more when there is more information I will.

        • T4rd

          Ahh, of course! Nice alibi!

          • Bionic

            The way in see it is even if it’s not ready for store shelves there is no reason they can’t preview it. But I don’t work for Google and can tell them what to do.

            II have been here passing along this info from sarge for how long now? As long as it comes with the specs we’ve been reporting, I don’t need an alibi.

          • T4rd

            I’m not really worried about specs, I’m just still hoping it will be available for Verizon through the Play Store. Has that changed?

          • Bionic

            Verizon will have it yes. But sarge reported long ago that the play store version is dead because the carriers and other forces involved wouldn’t play nice. Now, there is a possibility of purchasing from the Motorla website but no confirmation or clarification yet on that.

          • list

            lol This X Phone nonsense is just retarded. Please stop your armchair expert speculation. You know nothing about what’s going on behind the scenes.

            You don’t know the carriers.
            You don’t know the name of the phone.
            You don’t know anything about it.
            No one does.

            Just stop. You give iOS fanboys something to laugh about.

            At least THEY don’t take a rumor so goddamn seriously that it blinds them to what’s actually real.

          • Tim242


          • nvitone23

            actually he does know…I too know sarge is a legitimate source…believe what you want but its the truth and you will see

          • Tim242

            Google will not preview a Motorola phone

          • Ian

            Exactly, you don’t work for them.

      • Bionic

        And for the record, if for some reason it’s not ready in time for IO I will be just as annoyed as you.

        • Tim242

          Why would there be a Motorola keynote at Google IO? Google announces Nexus phones. Motorola is a separate entity from Google. This is why the info you and “sarge” is seen as not credible.

  • xphone ? =]

  • Captain_Doug

    My bet, they’re making a big deal of Google Glass. Day 1 keynote, Day 2 Glass developing sessions.

  • jathak

    It’s really weird. There’s only 16 Android sessions (there were 28 last year) and there’s only 1 keynote (on the first day)!

    • Tirionfive

      Maybe android is a big boy and don’t need no big sessions 🙂

  • Stephen Vanderwarker

    Keynotes aren’t on there yet? I assume they will be general discussion as usual. Can’t wait! 🙂

    • shamu11

      there is one 3 hour keynote

  • nb

    i don’t see anything about a phone…

    • Tirionfive

      Well there’s nothing on there at all about new devices, so I would assume that is addressed in the keynote.

    • First rule of Google I/O, don’t talk about the X Phone.

      • jimmy cracks corn

        That’s funny because of your name. It’s not funny because I think you’re a Ducks fan. smh

      • Tim242

        Google will not preview a Moto phone. They will leave that to Moto.

        • I disagree. That makes no sense. Didn’t leave the GNex to Samsung, or the Nexus 4 to LG, and they didn’t even own those companies.

          • Tim242

            You seem to be confused. Nexus phones are Google phones, therefore they announce them. The contract the OEM to manufacture it for them, much like Palm phones were made by HTC back in the day. Google may own Motorola, but it still operates as a separate entity. They have said many times that it will remain separate. Google announces Nexus phones only.

          • I’m not confused at all. I think most people believe the “moto phone” to be the next Nexus…

          • Tim242

            I don’t think I’ve seen anybody speculate it to be the next Nexus. Quite the contrary actually. It is said to be a lightly skinned phone going to all carriers. Doesn’t sound very Nexus to me.

          • Steve Benson

            Actually you’re very confused indeed. Nobody with any brain power believes the mythical X-Phone to be a Nexus device. X-Phone will be a carrier device. The next Nexus device will be announced by Google next fall as usual, once again made by LG.

          • Ian

            So the X Phone is the next Nexus device? That’s the only conceivable way I could see Google doing a device unveiling.

    • Kane Stapler

      Stealing this to try and tell everyone interested.

      Google Cloud messaging is kind of like the push to phone service. its been there forever. Also they add session once you are there that are related to new features.

      Also last year they had a good bit of gaming sessions. I went to most and they were great

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