Google’s Developer account tweeted a hint for their next Google I/O conference today, featuring a link to a save the date page and then to a GitHub page which hosts a total of five puzzles within the repository.

According to Android Police, the puzzle was quickly solved by a Discord channel that dedicated itself to solving it, completing a number of coordinate and chess board based puzzles.

Once completed, it revealed that Google I/O will take place from May 17th until May 19th at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California.

Google hasn’t revealed much more than that, and their I/O page has yet to be updated, however, we would presume to see a lot from Google at this event, possibly even machine learning and maps tech, sinch the puzzles were focused on that.

We also expect to see more Android stuff, more Chrome stuff, and more stuff about Google’s other services such as Search, Gmail, Maps and more.

We will update you as soon as we hear more.

Source: Android Police

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