The search engine giant Google announced that they are planning to introduce the next version of the most popular Operating System in the world, Android in the Google I/O event scheduled to take place on May 28 and 29. The next version of the Android is dubbed as Android M will be released this year for the mobile devices running the Android Operating System. The information was leaked when Google announced an unreleased product on the event agenda and were quick to replace the original schedule with the new one. The new Android version will come with an updated Android for Work tool to push adoption of Android devices at workplaces and among users involved in small business, deskless jobs, logistics and warehousing jobs. Google unveiled some features of Lollipop last year at I/O 2014 and following the routine Google is expected to showcase features of the new version. Google is also expected to unveil the Voice Access and Proximity based communications. Voice Access will be a service that gives users access to their Android devices through voice alone. Voice access will be open to third party apps as well Proximity based communication is a new technology to connect nearby devices in a better way.