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Google releases first I/O 2015 details, to be held on May 28th-29th

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Google has today announced first details w.r.t. to its annual developer’s conference, the I/O 2015. the conference will be a usual two day affair, beginning on May 28th. 

However, love it (if you got last year’s tickets) or loathe it (if you didn’t), Google has left yet again everything on your luck as far getting inside the event is concerned. Tickets will once again be lottery based and a luck draw will decide as to whether you’ll be able to attend the I/O or not.

As for other specifics, here are some key takeaways from Google’s I/O announcement :

  • The conference will be held on May 28-29. As always, it’ll take place at the Moscone Center West in San Francisco.
  • Registration for tickets starts March 17th 9:00 A.M. PDT. But wait, don’t be in a hurry to get hands on them. Why ? Read the next bullet point.
  • Google will be handpicking people who will be bestowed with the holier than thou opportunity of purchasing the ticket. This will be a random affair.
  • No word on pricing yet. The tickets costed some $900 last year.

As for announcements, we’ll have to wait for further schedule releases from Google for that. Stay Tuned. And BTW, for those of you who won’t be able to attend the event, we’ll live blog it for you. (just like we did before).


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