Google has announced the dates for its annual Google I/O conference, which in previous years have brought floods of newsworthy announcements.
In 2015, the company will be holding the event at the Moscone Centre in San Francisco on May 28-29, Google executive Sundar Pichai announced on Twitter on Tuesday evening.
Google hasn’t given away any clues regarding this year’s agenda, but the Google Events website promises “two days of hands-on interaction with the latest technologies, inspirational talks and a few surprises in between.”
Registration for the event will begin on March 17.
In 2014, the firm unveiled the Android L operating system featuring the brand new Material Design language. Android L would of course become Android Lollipop which is finally beginning to hit smartphones and tablets.
Last year's event also saw the launch of the first batch of Android Wear smartwatches and the developer SDK, while Android Auto was also detailed.
The company also announced its Android One platform, which aimed to bring a unified Android experience to low-powered devices in the developing world.
Read more: Android 5.0 Lollipop review
Google also launched Android TV to replace the failed Google TV platform, while Chromecast also got an update.
What would you like to see at 2015’s event (which is taking place a month earlier this year)? Let us know in the comments.