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Google I/O preview: Key changes expected in next version of Android

24/06/2014 by


Google I/O is just over a day away and a lot of things could soon be changing. As we have already seen in our previews, Google’s TV product could be in for a major overhaul, whileChrome and Chrome OS are expected to have new features too. And then there’s Android Wear, which is likely to be the headlining act at the Moscone Center West tomorrow evening.

But it’s Android that will be most closely watched, at least as far as India is concerned. Google’s new services usually take their time coming to India, but Android is here and dominating big time. So the changes to the OS will affect Indian users the most. So what can you expect at Google I/O? If indeed Google decides to show us the next-gen Android, we are in for some major changes.

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