Posts Tagged ‘Google IO’

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.

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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.

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Google’s I/O conference is one that many technology fans like to keep an eye out for. Similar to Apple’s WWDC, Google I/O is where the search giant and Android maker shows off what it has been working on and sets forth its plans for where it expects its products to go during the proceeding twelve months. It also offers a chance for developers to get together and trade war stories while getting the skinny from Google’s in-house engineering teams.

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In case you’ve been living in a cave for the past 24 hours, you will almost certainly have caught onto the news and announcements from yesterday’s big Google I/O developer conference. If you do prefer your surroundings to be of the dark and cold variety, you can catch up on everything and anything you might have missed from the 3+ hour keynote thanks to the live stream, which has just been made available via YouTube.

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Google’s I/O developer conference kicks off from Wednesday, and although precise details on what will be revealed remain under lock and key, 9to5Google has come through with some shots of the Moscone West venue as the Big G prepares for what is easily one of the biggest dates in the tech calendar. Check out the images after the leap.

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With Apple’s 2012 Worldwide Developers Conference all done and dusted for this year, the residents of San Francisco could be forgiven for thinking they could get back to a little bit of normality without a plethora of developers and programmers buzzing around. Unfortunately for them, they may need to wait a little longer as iOS and Mac OS X developers have left, the Google I/O conference is about to descend on the Moscone Center in seven days time.

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