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7 Shockers to Expect at the Google I/O Conference

It’s conference time! The clock has struck 9 PM pacific, and Google’s annual I/O conference is about to kick of...

7 Shockers to Expect at the Google I/O Conference

It’s conference time! The clock has struck 9 PM pacific, and Google’s annual I/O conference is about to kick off. We’re glued to our screens, as we’re sure you are, list of predictions in hand. We’re expecting big things this year. Here are 7 shockers that we think will rock headlines tomorrow.

 

1. Nano Blood Bots

We have to open with this since we can’t believe it ourselves. According to 9to5Google, we should expect a presentation on smart nano bots co-developed by Google and an expert biomedical engineer. These blood-cell-sized robots can pass through capillaries and detect diseases in the bloodstream. When your robo-bloodflow passes under your wrist, RFID data sends a personal, precise diagnosis to your Google Watch. Oh yeah, didn’t we mention...


2. The Google Watch

We’re on the fence about this one, since Android Wear-powered smartwatches are already on the market, and we’re not so sure Google’s ready to compete with its own. Still, Apple’s iWatch is set to launch soon, so the Mountain View crew may be hiding something up their sleeves. Could it be a Google watch?

 

3. Google’s Own Set-Top Box

That’s right -- if our tips are anything to go by-- Google’s ready to launch an Apple TV-killer tonight. Powered by Android TV, Google’s set-top box will come ready with the standard trappings of movies, music, and games. Facing competition from Amazon’s Fire TV and the more and more popular Roku, Google’s entering a pretty tough market. Reports say the box won’t carry Google’s name, but either way, we can’t wait to see it.

 

4. A Skip Straight to Lollipop

Even though conventions say it’s time for 4.5, we think Google will jump straight to Android 5.0 at tonight’s conference. It’s a long overdue update, one we hope will bring iMessage-like cross-platform integration, some innovative smartwatch integrations, and oodles of new fun and useful features. Our phones are ready!

 

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5. Google Glass for the Masses

This one is more wishful thinking -- I want a pair already! Everyone knows by now how cool (or creepy, if you’re in that camp) Google’s Glass project is, and the small number of commercially rolled out headsets have been getting rave reviews. We think it’s time for a proper consumer version (or failing that, just a pair for me. Nobody has to know).

 

6. Android Car Integration

After forming the Open Automotive Alliance in January, Google’s been hard at work developing Android integration for cars. Fingers crossed that we’re gonna see some results tonight, because the signs are promising. The rumored Google Auto Link should work similarly to Apple’s CarPlay, handling navigation and other Android functions while the car’s touch screen serves as input.

 

7. Robots!

We love robots. You love robots. Show us some robots tonight, Google! We have good reason to bank on this one, since Google bought robot maker Boston Dynamics last year. After smart cars, are we set to see a real, actual, Google Android? After all, the inventor of the Android OS, Andy Rubin, is overseeing the robot project. We can’t wait to find out!

 

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