Google has announced the dates for their developers conference, Google I/O, which will take place on May 28th and 29th.
The event will be held in San Francisco at the Moscone Center West, same as last year. The registrations for the two-day event will commence on March 17th at 9AM PDT and will end March 19th at 5PM PDT.
There’s no word about the pricing, but last year, the tickets were priced at $900 for the two-day event. Last year, the company decided to go with a lottery system to sell the tickets, and everyone who wanted to attend the event was not chosen. So, it doesn’t really matter if you’re the first one to register for the event, you’ll be able to purchase the tickets if your lottery comes in.
Fret not if you can’t make it to San Francisco for the event, the keynote and other presentations made at the event are streamed live for anyone who want view the event. Google also released an app which offer free video streaming of the sessions.
Last year, Google showcased the early version of the Android L update, Android Auto, Android Wear smartwatches and much more at the event. And, we’re hoping this year’s conference will also bring some exciting news for Android fans across the globe.Filed Under: Technology News, Top News