In the hours leading up to I/O 2016, let's see what Google's conference has brought us in years past

In the hours leading up to I/O 2016, let's see what Google's conference has brought us in years past
There are only a few hours left until Google's massive developer conference kicks off, and while we can't wait to see what the company has in store, moments like these always make us feel a bit nostalgic, causing us to look back at years past and think of the great milestones that used to get us all excited.
If you're looking for a round-up of what we expect to see at this year's Google I/O, please do check our article out. But, since you're already here, why don't you take a couple of minutes to browse through the compilation of moments we've put together below – what you'll find there is a gathering of all the big announcements that have been made at Google I/O in the past few years. If anything, who knows – a reminder of the past might prove to be a good indicator of what we might experience later today!

Do let us know about your favorite Google I/O moment in the comments!


So, what's next? Join us as we experience Google I/O 2016 today, starting at 10 AM Pacific Time!


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3 Comments

1. Mercedes-Benz

Posts: 403; Member since: Jan 18, 2015

Google have great ideas and concept , however many of their products either failed to catch on or just wasn't very good . First gen nexus 7 has many problems with the hardware and its kinda slow and laggy . Nexus Q and google glass was killed off quickly. USB C hasn't catch on , so does android pay and Android TV Even apple's music , which in my opinion is inferior to Spotify , is still more popular/better than google play music all access . Google Play edition devices are dead now . Hangouts is a ghost town with very little users . Android 5.0 lollipop is a mess compared to kitkat .

2. DechyX

Posts: 156; Member since: May 16, 2011

Nexus 7 paved the way for successful Nexus tablets & Pixel C All flagship phones released this year, with the exception of S7/S7 Edge, support USB type C so it will be the industry standard in

3. Mercedes-Benz

Posts: 403; Member since: Jan 18, 2015

Nexus 7 2013 has a bit of success but i wouldn't call the nexus 9 or pixel C as successful Many phones like the HTC 10 , LG G5 still doesnt come with USB C

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