With Apple and Microsoft events done, now it is Google's turn. What do you expect or would like to see Google to unveil at this year's I/O? For one, I hope the Project Hera rumors materialize and we see it at I/O. Google has been working towards this along with a consistent design language and experience across their products for a while now. The whole continuous client (along with combined actionable notifications across Android/Chrome) feature is what Hera is supposed to be about so I hope we get that. According to Duarte, this year they are focusing a lot on design and indeed plenty of the session in the schedule are centered around that, particularly around cross platform design which could probably mean that some form of integration between Android and Chrome will be unveiled, which is, again, what Project Hera is supposed to be. Looking forward to that. I think we'll get the official word on Android Silver and whether or not it will replace the Nexus line of devices (I think it will). By the looks of it, Silver is but the next step in the move by Google to make their Android "experience" independent of the actual Android version running on the device, making things accessible via the Google Play Services extension (which devices with Android versions as old as Gingerbread can use). My take is that besides the marketing boost, Android Silver partners will get access to some APIs and features not available to others, making the program attractive to potential partners. Aside from that, I am sure we'll see plenty of Android Wear showing no doubt the LG Watch and Moto 360 in action. There is also Android TV which will likely be a top box similar to Apple TV and FireTV. No doubt it will have Chromecast integration as well.