Google has announced it will no longer host attendees at its annual Google I/O developer conference, due to fears over the coronavirus.
The company says the physical events at the Shoreline Amphitheater at its Mountain View HQ will no longer take place, and all sessions will now be broadcast online.
The event was scheduled to kick-off with the traditional keynote address on May 12, where we were expected to see Google reveal the Android 11 operating system in full.
That will presumably still take place, but in the calmer environment of an online stream and without the usual whoops and hollers that accompany new features.
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Here’s what Google had to say about the matter in a statement: “Due to concerns around the coronavirus (COVID-19), and in accordance with…