Google I/O 2023 is happening on May 10 with an in-person event

It’s that time of year again. The days are getting longer, the gray winter skies are slowly fading, and it’s almost time for another Google I/O. Although we are sure that we have a new entry/exit every year, Google always puts on a little show by announcing the date of the next one. And now we officially know when Google I/O 2023 will take place.

This year’s I/O keynote will take place at the Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View, CA. In its email confirming the time and date, Google states, “Join a select audience to learn about the latest innovations and developer solutions from Google that help you work smarter and improve your productivity.” The I/O 2023 keynote — where most of the big news and announcements are revealed — kicks off at 10 a.m. PT on May 10.


Google is inviting select developers and media/press to attend the keynote in person, but as in previous years, anyone will be able to watch the event live online for free. Additionally, if you would like to attend one of the “over 100 on-demand tech sessions,” you can register for free on the Google I/O 2023 website to gain access.

Although Google I/O is a developer-focused event, it usually hosts big announcements that are of interest to developers and non-developers alike. One of the main talking points this year should be Android 14. Google has already released the first developer preview of Android 14, and we should take a closer look at it during I/O. Also expect to hear a lot about the company ChatGPT competitor, Bard Google.

Google I/O 2023 should also see some hardware announcements. THE Pixel 7a will certainly make an appearance, just like the Pixel tablet. There is also a chance that we will have the opportunity to see the Pixel foldingbut you might not want to hold your breath Also a lot for that one.

You can visit the Google I/O 2023 website now to register for the event for free.

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