Google announces I/O 2014 dates: June 25-26

Google logoGoogle has announced the dates for its Google I/O 2014 conference. The show will run June 25 and 26 at the usual location of Moscone West in San Francisco. Sundar Pichai, the head of Chrome and Android, announced the show dates on his Google+ page.

Pichai also said that registration will be different this year. Normally the registration process is a first-come-first-serve affair, and tickets sell out in a few minutes. So people who have the time to sit in front of their computer and spam the refresh button get in, and those who don't have to watch from home. While Pichai didn't go into detail, he said the new registration system should be less of a scramble:

Also, quick note for those who want to join in person: this year we’re making some changes to registration, so you won’t need to scramble the second registration opens. We'll be implementing a new system, where you can submit your interest to attend Google I/O 2014. Successful applicants will then be randomly selected and notified shortly thereafter. We’ll be following up with more details from +GoogleDevelopers, so stay tuned.

Google I/O has grown into one of the biggest tech events of the year. June 25 will be the opening keynote, where we'll learn all about what Google has been cooking up all year. It's sure to be a blast, and barring some kind of unforeseen circumstances, we'll be there live to cover it all. It's only 126 days away...

Source: Ars Technica

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