Google always trickles out Google I/O session details in waves. That first wave has already hit, with a clear focus on Firebase and the Mobile Web. There’ll likely be another wave or two of sessions added between now and mid-May, so keep an eye out for more that tickle your fancy. The biggest thing however, is always the keynote, which sets the stage for the whole event. This year’s keynote starts at 10 AM on May 17 and, in two hours, will cover all the major things we’ll be seeing in finer detail over the coming days (we’ll share the livestream link as soon as we know it and remember to keep an eye out for the #io17 hashtag).
You can expect to hear plenty on Assistant, especially now that it has rolled out to third-party devices, Android O’s new notifications, picture-in-picture mode, peripheral support and security improvements, the next phase of Daydream VR, Android Things, the success of the Pixels, Andromeda (we hope) and maybe a bigger push to bring the glory that is Project Fi to more people. New Project Tango phones and some more Android Auto updates would also be great. We’ll bring you more threads as the next wave of sessions are added.
Source : AndroidAuthority