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Google I/O 2015 registration begins (update: invites rolling out)
Update (3/23): Google has now started sending out invites to those that were randomly selected from the list of Google I/O attendee hopefuls that registered between March 17th and the 19th. If you signed up for a chance to attend, you might want to check your associated email account, just in case.
Interested in attending Google I/O 2015 on May 28th through the 29th? Now is your chance to sign up for your chance, as registration has begun! You’ll have between now and 5PM PST on March 19th to register. After that date, Google will select randomly from all folks who attempted to register. In other words, there’s not really any rush, as this isn’t a first come, first serve affair.
Remember, even if you are chosen to attend, you will still have to pay to get in. No exact pricing on tickets at this point, though last year it cost $900 for general admission and $300 for academic admission.
Last year was a pretty big year for Google I/O, giving us our first look at what would eventually become Android Lollipop, as well as plenty of news on Android Wear, Auto and Android TV. What will this year’s event bring to the table? Another Android update? New Google hardware? It’s hard to say for sure what to expect so early into the game, but whatever it is, we can’t wait!