Google I/O is two days of inspirational talks, hands-on learning, and a chance to hear more about Google's latest developer products.There has been no news on the I/O ticket price yet, but the applications will be selected RANDOMLY. So sticking to your laptop or tablet and registering first won't actually help, seems like Google wants to give equal opportunity to all. Last year's ticket prices were $300 for academic admission and $900 for general entry. The two days of Google's innovative and inspirational talks and its latest product-details will be held from May 28 to 29 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. The schedule can be found on Google I/O's website. This year's developer's conference starts a month earlier than 2014's. We expect to see more on portable wears running on the Android platform and new tweaks to the Android system, not to forget the 'Sandbox' or the Hands-on sessions too. To sum up, the Google I/O developer's conference will be huge and satisfying, but the random-selection process is a downer. Good luck to the tech-enthusiasts and devs who will be getting their I/O tickets. We will keep you updated.
The Registrations for the Google I/O will open on March 17 at 9 am PDT and will be continued till March 19 (5 pm PDT). Google I/O is one of the well renowned and eagerly awaited technical events in the world, but focusing on the 'Google' stuff including Android and the latest Android wears. Last year, it presented a detailed briefing about the Android L code-work (Android 5.0 lollipop).