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Google I/O 2017 Registration – Apply For Google I/O 2017 Registration Now!

Google I/O 2017 Registration – Apply For Google I/O 2017 Registration Now!

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Google I/O 2017 Registration

What is Google I/O? The latest Google I/O 2017 news and rumours

Google I/O is the search giant’s annual developer conference, which it holds in San Francisco. It’s used as a platform to showcase the latest software developments from the company, with popular topics including Android and Chrome.

It’s almost certain that we’re going to see a new version of Android – the mysterious Android “O” – announced at the show, with other possible news including Android Wear 3.0, Google Home and Google Assistant, and probably some updates on virtual reality and augmented reality.

Google I/O 2017 Registration

Last year, Google Allo, Duo, Assistant and Home were announced at Google I/O 2016, and that was just at the keynote. The annual developer conference is full of interesting pieces of news, but the real reason it exists is for developers to learn how to build great apps and experience for the Android and Chrome platforms.

This year, with rumors swirling about Andromeda, Fuschia, and whatever else Google has in store for the future of Android, Google I/O is sure to be an excellent time.

Apply For Google I/O 2017 Registration Now!

And now it’s officially open for registration! As with last year, the conference is in May — May 17-19, to be specific — at Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View, California, home of Google’s own campus (in fact, the Amphitheater is just a few miles away). Registration is open from today, February 22, until February 27 at 5PM PST.

As with previous years, too, the draw is random, so it doesn’t matter when you apply in the process; Google will begin picking people as of February 28. This year, though, the price of a general admission ticket has risen to $1,150, up from $900 in 2016. Academic tickets are still relatively reasonable at $375.

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