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Tickets for Google I/O 2013 available soon, event scheduled for May 15-17

Google's highly anticipated yearly event, Google I/O, now has a set date of May 15-17. There are a lot of exciting things that are planned to be revealed and talked about. Tickets for the event should be available soon.
December 5, 2012
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The comparison can be made that Google I/O is to tech fans what Comic Con is to comic fans. The yearly event always has some unique Google tech revealed and it’s usually something that gets talked about for the rest of the year. The next Google I/O has officially been scheduled.

As the pictured tweet above says, Google I/O 2013 will take place May 15 through May 17. As Slashgear points out, Google is going back to their usual May scheduling. The 2012 Google I/O was held in June.

What magic will be talked about and revealed at Google I/O 2013 is anyone’s guess. They could talk more about Google Glasses or inventions based on Google Glasses. It’s very likely the next version of Android will be discussed as well. Word is, they’re calling it Key Lime Pie.

The highlights will be whatever new Nexus devices Google will be releasing next year. It’s been a yearly routine to announce and show off new Nexus devices and Google I/O 2013 shouldn’t be any different. So if you’re waiting to hear about the next Nexus, plan for May.

When will tickets for Google I/O 2013 be available?

Registration for tickets typically start months before the event itself. There hasn’t been an exact date specified, but it can be safely assumed that it’ll be well before the event itself.

Outside of the official announcement, there isn’t much info about Google I/O 2013. That is not surprising, considering the event is still six months away. Usually, you’d go to the Google I/O official website for updates. For now, visitors will be treated to a few videos from Google I/O 2012. Mostly it’s presentations about popular products like Android and Google Glasses.

2012 was an amazing year for Google technology and 2013 is looking to be just as impressive and amazing. Is anyone excited about Google I/O 2013? Let us know what you hope to see there.