Every year there are several different conferences that one can look forward to, and if you’re a fan of all things Google or Android, then Google I/O is a conference you might be interested in. So when is this year’s Google I/O going to be held? Usually Google aims for a mid-year event and this year appears to be no different.
The company has recently announced that this year’s Google I/O will be held from the 28th-29th of May 2015 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. This was confirmed by Google’s Sundar Pichai. Registration for the event is also expected to kick off on the 17th of March and will remain open until the 19th of March.
Presumably Google will be relying on the lottery system like they did last year where it will no longer be a first come, first serve situation, which means that more developers will get a chance to sign up and be part of the event, even if they were to wait until the very last minute. It is unclear as to what we might be able to expect from Google at the event.
The company has covered all sorts of topics in the past, ranging from Android features, Chrome OS, new online services, and even debuted Google Glass, so it’s really anyone’s guess as to what Google has in store for us this year.