Google has now cancelled its virtual I/O 2020 developer event as well as the coronavirus concern escalates. Here are the details.
Google has announced that it's canceling its I/O 2020 developer conference over Coronavirus concerns. Here are all the details on this development.
Google has shared new information about how users will interact with Android P. Some of those ways will appear instantly familiar to anyone who has used an iPhone X, too, with Android P's new navigation gestures borrowing heavily from Cupertino.
Samsung's Galaxy S9 event along with Google I/O 2018 have been officially announced. Here is everything you need to know.
Google's big developer conference, Google I/O 2016, is set to kick-off on May 18th and the company has now launched a new, dedicated website that not only features a handy countdown timer, but will also be the place to go to stake your claim for a ticket when registration goes live on March 8th.
Google has today announced the official dates for Google I/O 2016 developer conference. Chief Executive Sundar Pichai took to various social media channels to inform the general public of the dates, announcing that this year's conference will be coming back Mountain View where it all started ten whole years ago. Google will be releasing additional details about the conference over the coming weeks and months, but May 18-20 is the date that needs to be entered into those diaries for anyone interested in attending the I/O experience.
Google announced that its annual I/O developer gathering would commence from May 28th in San Francisco, running through to the end of the 29th. The Big G also revealed that registrations for the event would take place from March 17th, which is today, and if you want to register for the raffle-based system that will draw randomly-selected attendees once signups close later on in the week, check the details after the fold.
Google I/O 2015 developer conference dates and ticket registration details have been officially announced. For more details, head past the jump.
If you applied for the opportunity to hand over $900 to Google in exchange for a ticket to its Google I/O 2014 conference then now's the time to start checking your email inbox, because the company has started sending out confirmation emails to those that have been selected to attend.
Those looking to attend Google's big I/O developer conference can now register their interest in obtaining tickets for the event. The Big G is holding a lottery for tickets, so there's no need to rush over to the registration page, and you have the next three days to sign up for a chance to win.