This year’s edition of Google I/O developer conference will take place on June 25-26, announced Google’s head of Android and Chrome, Sundar Pichai.
The Google representative made the announcement on Google Plus, also adding that the company will use a different registration system, “so you won’t need to scramble the second registration opens.” According to Pichai, those who are interested in attending Google I/O should signal their intention, then the Mountain View-based giant will randomly select those that will get to buy a ticket to the developer conference.
In 2013, the Google I/O tickets sold out in less then an hours, not to mention about the server issues that annoyed many people.
Google’s head of Android and Chrome promised that more details about I/O 2014 and the registration system will be revealed in the near future. As usual, Google’s most important event of the year will be held at Moscone Center, San Francisco.
Last year, at Google I/O 2013, the company’s officials have introduced the revamped Google Plus and Maps, the stock Android-powered Galaxy S4 Google Play Edition, Google Play Games, Hangouts, and Google Play Music All Access. What are your expectations for this year’s I/O edition?