26 January, 2017
Developers then started following these riddles that ultimately revealed the location and the dates of the Google I/O 2017.
This year's Google I/O will take place from May 17th through the 19th at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California, Google revealed today through an elaborate puzzle. We should expect the event's big opening keynote, when Google typically discusses Android and other platforms on the first day of the show.
Google I/O 2017 developer conference will take place from May 17th through the 19th. One of them, tweeted by Google's developer unit, had the caption "Around the world, from here to there, to the most clever minds, the secret will share", with the hashtag #savethedate.
Google posted a puzzle and said there would be a total of five progressively harder puzzles to be solved to get the answer. It's the second year that Google has held its developer conference outdoors.
Android Police explained how the puzzles were solved.
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The official I/O events page has been updated to reflect the 2017 conference is coming, but the website still says "check back soon for more details".
The company has also updated their website, but there's no information on when the registrations will begin from. Google also made a huge push into the virtual reality with its Daydream VR, and its assistant-focused Allo app along with Google Home speaker.
In addition, the company could push improvements to Google apps such as Google Drive.
There's still a few months to wait until Google reveals all, so we'll no doubt be hearing rumours and leaks in the run up to May.