Google sets May 14 for the launch of the Google 2024 I/O Developers Conference

Google sets May 14 for the launch of the Google 2024 I/O Developers Conference

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Google, the search giant, is gearing up to hold its annual developers’ conference on May 14th, with the company announcing the event through a tweet on its official X platform account.

Recently, Google shared a teaser announcement confirming the launch date of the Google 2024 I/O Developers Conference, scheduled for next May.

During this event, Google usually unveils new services alongside some of the company’s new products as well.

It is also expected that Google will provide teaser announcements during the event about upcoming releases of Pixel phones. Google initially announced this year’s event through a 15-level puzzle game, then officially confirmed the conference date.

It’s worth noting that many expectations indicate that artificial intelligence will be the focus of the Google 2024 I/O Developers Conference this year, so we look forward to the event for more details.

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