The annual Google I/O developer conference usually draws a large number of crowds. And the Mountain View giant has now announced the dates for this year’s event. The Google I/O 15 will be held over a two day period on May 28 and 29 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, California. The news was shared by Google’s Sundar Pichai on popular social networks.
Registration for the event will begin on the 17th of March at 9AM PDT and will be open until the 19th of March 5PM PDT. Of course, Google will also have a livestream of the entire event for those who aren’t able to make it to the event.
I/O events are usually a mixed bag with regards to product announcements, but Google usually has plenty to show off during the course of the event, especially for developers of the Android and Chrome OS platforms.
It’s too early to predict what’s on the agenda from Google, but we’re guessing there will be quite a few surprises in store for us. Head over to the dedicated Google I/O page below for more details on the event.
Source: Google I/O
Via: The Verge