Google I/O 2016 is finally here and that means a few things. First, it’s obviously Google’s biggest event of the year so we can expect to see Alphabet executives make a number of huge announcements spanning nearly every inch of the company’s broad product portfolio. As is the case with WWDC, Google’s big developer event is hardly targeted only at developers.
It also gives me an excuse to share my favorite Google I/O moment ever — Google CEO Larry Page’s heartfelt speech and Q&A session that closed out Google I/O in 2013. If you haven’t already seen it, or even if you have, now is the perfect time to rewatch it.
But enough about the past… it’s time to focus on the future. More →