Google I/O begins Thursday, kicking off with the usual keynote from the search giant during which it generally drops a lot of news. We’ll be there to cover it live as it happens, but a lot of info, rumor and speculation has already been making the rounds about just what we’ll see announced. Here’s a round-up of what to expect, what isn’t all that likely, and what might blow our collective socks off.
The biggest news to be unveiled at I/O, or at least the thing most likely to have an immediate tangible impact on most folks, is the next version of Google’s mobile operating system. Android M (following Google’s alphabetic codename designations for major releases) will bring the OS to version 6.0, on the heels of Lollipop last year.
We don’t know all that much about what Android M will offer yet, but some early reports have…
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