Google has announced the dates for Google I/O 2015. The event is set to be held on May 28th and May 29th in San Francisco as the tradition has been. The two days of Google I/O will mark the conference with several keynotes set to take place as well as developer conferences happening. The I/O generally also is the venue for Google to announce the latest and the newest Android version as well as new devices, but there have not been too much news around the same lately, given both the Lollipop update and the Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 were released just towards the end of last year.
However, other than that, the rules of the game remain the same. You will be required to register yourself for Google I/O starting on March 17th and then you will be picked randomly by a lottery pick and if you are lucky enough you will be picked and given a ticket for the Google I/O. The prices of tickets last year was $900, though no announcement for the same has happened yet.
The details of the event, as published by TechCrunch are as follows:
- The conference itself will run from May 28-29. As always, it’ll take place at the Moscone Center West in San Francisco.
- Registration for tickets will open on March 17th at 9:00 a.m. PDT and run for two days. There’s no rush to get in early, though, because…
- Google will pick the people who will “receive the opportunity to purchase one ticket” at random.