This year's Google I/O is just around the corner. This increasingly consumer relevant developer conference is the platform through which Google usually unveils all their best goodies for the next year. High on the list of speculated demos for this show is the next version of Android which will most likely be code named Jelly Bean.
Google has just released the official schedule which lists all the times and titles of the various sessions to be held over the course of the three day event. There is a definite focus on all things Android. Around 20 of the sessions held are focused on Google's mobile OS.
Tickets to this year's I/O sold out in just a few hours so attending in person is out of the question for most of us. Not only will those not attending miss some of the events, they will also not receive any of the goodies that Google hands out to attendees. These include, but aren't limited to, limited edition devices like the Google I/O edition Galaxy Tab 10.1 from last year.
Aside from Android, several other Google products and services will see the spotlight at this year's show. These sessions include talks on YouTube, Google Drive, Maps, Chrome, Google TV, and Google+. Google I/O 2012 is scheduled for June 27-29 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco.