New Delhi: Google is all set to conduct its annual developer conference, I/O 2016 from May 18th to 20th at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View. The official website has now gone live and the registrations to attend the event will start from March 8 at 9AM, till March 10.
At the conference, Google is expected to announce the new features of its upcoming Android version. As per the rumours, it is likely that the next generation of Google's mobile operating system, will be Android N.
Android N is also supposed to bring split-screen multitasking feature and allow users to run two different apps side by side. The tech giant might also bring DisplayPort support for USB Type-C connector, which can be a bit similar to Continuum feature on Windows 10. Also, Google is likely to focus on improving security, multi-tasking and user experience.
It is expected that the early results of Google's efforts to bring Chrome and Android closer together can be seen this year. Also, the main events are live-streamed, so you don't have to be in Mountain View to watch the conference.