AH Weekly Poll: What About Google I/O Has You Most Excited?

Sometimes it's easy to forget that time flies by rather quickly, as it seems like just yesterday we were heading into the first of the year for 2015. This isn't the case however as we're approaching the end of May, and Google's annual developer conference, Google I/O 2015 which starts on May 28th and will be a two-day affair. While not everything is out in the open when it comes to what we'll see and hear about at the conference, more specifically that which should come out of the late mid-morning keynote speech, there are a few things which we very well could end up seeing at this year's conference. We want to know what has you most excited this year.

There have been rumors swirling around the latest Android version making an appearance and being shown off at the event, and while we may certainly end up getting our first glimpse at Android M there are little to know details about what Android M includes, although the speculations state it will have a focus on Android for Work. There are also rumors that we may see Glass 2.0 next week, which wouldn't be entirely surprising considering Google I/O is where they showed off the original Glass Explorer Edition a few years back.

We'll likely see new things surrounding Android Auto, Android TV, and Android Wear this year, but perhaps one of the most exciting rumors might be the one in regards to a Virtual Reality version of Android. There's also due to be topics on gaming, and ATAP is slated to show off at least a couple of new wearables at the event which are unlike any other wearables we've seen thus far. There will be plenty more to see and do during Google I/O 2015, but what topic excites you the most?

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