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Google sets developer conference in May; new products expected

December 04, 2012|By Salvador Rodriguez
  • Despite being more than five months away, Google announced the dates for its 2013 Google I/O conference Tuesday morning.
Despite being more than five months away, Google announced the dates for… (Google )

Google has announced the dates for its 2013 developer conference, where the company typically announces new products and software.

Google I/O 2013 is set to take place May 15-17. The Mountain View, Calif., company announced the news on its developer Google+ page, pointing out that the conference is 162 days away.

The conference will be returning to San Francisco's Moscone Center West.

That was also the headquarters for this year's conference. There, the company announced the Nexus 7 small-sized tablet and the unreleased Nexus Q media device, and also put together a skydiving stunt for Project Glass, the famed Google glasses.

Google has used the conference as a stage to announce new tablets and phones as well as give them away to conference attendees.

It's not clear yet what Google could announce since the 2013 edition of the conference is still more than five months away, but surely speculation will soon begin.

Google said developers must wait until February to register for the conference.

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