Google I/O 2012 registration officially opens March 27 at 7 AM

March 13, 2012
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Google has just officially announced the details for those interested in the Google I/O 2012 developer conference. Along with the time, date, pricing, and new rules to name a few. Google I/O 2012 tickets will go on sale March 27th at 7 AM PDT, and you better be ready because last year they sold out in a matter of minutes. More details and links available below.

Although the picture above is neat, most likely this year they'll mention plenty about Android@Home, maybe those special Google project X glasses, and of course Android 5.0 (or 4.1) Jelly Bean, not Ice Cream Sandwich although I'm sure Google will have a few surprises up their sleeves. They are cool like that.
Anyways it looks like you'll need a Google+ and a Google Wallet account to register, and the pricing has increased over last year.

--General attendee - $900 (Wow)
--Academia (student, faculty) - $300
--Questions Email - [email protected]

Last year Google gave everyone in attendance a brand new shiny Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Limited Google I/O Edition with their latest Honeycomb user interface and most likely we can expect something similar to come this year -- it's like a tradition. All the latest news, details, and goodies from Google are only half the reason to go. The other half is simply the experience and all the Google and Android paraphernalia laying around.

In case you missed the news. Google has changed the date and extended this year's Google I/O to three days since past years have been sooo successful. The new dates are June 27-29 and will be held at Moscone West in San Francisco, California. Be sure to hit all the links below for past coverage, details, dates, and everything else we've mentioned above. Head to the Google Developers blog for full details.

Android Community will be there live for all the details. So be sure to drop by during the event for full coverage.

[via Google Developer Blog]


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  • http://www.geeknik.com/ geeknik

    Nothing they say, announce or give away is worth $900.

    • Markymarc18

      Kind of the point, isn’t it? I mean, the conference is intended for developers interested in learning and networking, not people interested in swag…

      I can’t wait to get my ticket.

    • Markymarc18

      Kind of the point, isn’t it? I mean, the conference is intended for developers interested in learning and networking, not people interested in swag…

      I can’t wait to get my ticket.

  • Abc

    doubling the price is crap… was not anticipating this huge price hike… shame

  • http://foreigninvestmentinindia.com/Patent_Trademark_Copyright_Services_India.html Patent India

    Google’s heads-up-display project, Google X, is certainly a head turning idea, matching up the kind of heads-up-display you’d associate with video games or movies with a real world of glasses that we’re told look like Oakley Thumps. A new report suggests that we might see them at retail by the end of the year.