Google has published its Google I/O 2015 schedule online, outlining what's happening at this year's big event. The conference will take place between May 28 and May 29, where details of the next Android operating system - so far called Android M - are expected to arrive.
The schedule was unveiled over on Google's events page and provides an overview of what's going on during three days of events. The keynote speech is typically the most talked about fixture of Google I/O, which is also viewable online, and will be delivered this year at 09:30 AM PST on May 28.
The new Android developments will be outlined later the same day at 1pm, where it was recently speculated that the next version of Android, Android M (or Android 6.0), will be announced. Other topics being covered on May 28 are gaming on Android TV, Android Auto's app implementation, as well as several Android Wear updates pertaining to Google Fit, Smart Lock, and the always-on-screen.
Head over to the Google website to check out the schedule for yourself.