Google is going to the annual tech meetups in San Francisco, and it’s going to get a little messy.
The company’s meeting is set for June 7-8 at the Marriott Marquis, and Google is already announcing a series of events in the event.
The company is also hosting a Google+ Hangout on June 7 that will bring together a bunch of employees to discuss everything from how Google and the Googleplex works to the challenges of growing the search business.
But if you want to get ahead of the game, Google is holding a special meetup in the Bay Area on June 8 that’s free for the first 20 attendees.
This is where Google’s new CEO, Sundar Pichai, will be speaking about his vision for the company, and he’s also got a few new things in the works to show you.
For one thing, Google will be launching a new Google Glass prototype, a prototype that is supposed to be unveiled during a live stream.
Google is reportedly looking at how Glass could help with the job market, but there are also rumors that the glasses could be used for everything from tracking people to providing emergency response.
Pichahai says that the company is working on a few things, including an app that would let people upload photos of themselves and upload the data into a Google Cloud Storage account so that Google can use that data to better understand their health.
This will also be the first time that Google Glass has been shown in a real way.
It’s still a prototype, and the company has been working on it for a few years, but we’ve seen how Google’s wearable technology can be used in real-world situations before.
We’ll see more about Google Glass in a few months, but Picha has already made some of the biggest announcements of the company’s first year, and there are a ton of things that you can expect to see when Google Glass hits the market.
A couple of other big announcements from the meeting are:Pichai has promised to make Google more transparent about its investments in technology and how it’s changing the way people live, work and communicate.
He’s also pledged to make more money from Google and its products, which will hopefully help the company continue to expand into new areas.
The event will also feature a “Ask Me Anything” session with Google employees who are looking to share more personal information, and you can get in on the conversation on Reddit.