Mark your calendars! Google has just announced their annual development conference, Google I/O, will take place Thursday, May 28th and Friday, May 29th 2015. Google’s Sundar Pichai announced on Twitter:
Excited to announce dates for Google I/O in San Francisco on May 28-29, 2015. More details at https://t.co/9CdxQHxEiS
— sundarpichai (@sundarpichai) February 10, 2015
The conference will be held at Moscone Center West in San Fransisco, California, and registration will begin March 17th at 9AM PDT and will end March 19th at 5PM PDT. Just like every year, the keynote and additional presentations will be streamed live for anyone unable to make the conference. If you can remember back to last year, Google didn’t just let anyone in the doors. A lottery system was put in place, and not everyone that wanted to attend was chosen. That system will be put in place again this year, so don’t worry about being one of the first to register.
Google’s I/O conference has been historically one of the most exciting presentations for fans of Android and Google alike. Last year, we saw an early developer’s release of Android “L” (which later became Lollipop), the first Android Wear smartwatches, the introduction of Android Auto, Android TV, and much more. For more information on the upcoming conference, check out the Google I/O 2015 event page here.
So, who’s excited? What do you think Google will announce this year?