The most anticipated event of the year of Google will be held on June 25 and 26. But that’s old news. Latest on that matter is, the registration for this year’s Google I/O will start on April 8 and run till April 10.
This year, however, Google will choose participants randomly to avoid technical troubles as well as tickets being sold out too quickly after the registration opens.
Last year at Google I/O 2013, Google surprised the attendants with what it had under the hoods. A new Google Map, its surprising plan for Chrome and its advancements, new tool for Android app developers and a lot more made almost every attendant happy and realize Google isn’t just big, it’s aiming to be bigger. This year, Google has already unveiled a couple of what’s ahead of us including Android Wear and the long-debated device Google Glass, for which the company recently teamed up with Ray-Ben and Oakley maker company to make future versions of the glass.
While it’s expected that Google Glass may see a consumer release at the end of this year, it isn’t sure whether Google will go to extreme detail into Google Glass at this year’s I/O. But we can all expect that Google will detail its plan on the Glass as well as its newest venture Android Wear into wearable technology market.
As with Google I/O, it’s always full of surprises and big announcements that leave everyone anticipating for more. So the only chance to know what Google really has under its wraps is to be there at I/O on June 25 and 26. But if you aren’t one of the lucky ones to get your hands on a ticket, as now you really need luck to be picked up by Google at random, rest assured; just like last year, Google confirmed that this year’s Google I/O 2014 will be streamed live on YouTube.
Still nothing like being at Google I/O in person, right? So remember the date April 8 to April 10 and be sure to sign up for your chance for a ticket to Google I/O 2014. You don’t need to rush to for Google I/O 2014 registration. You just need a lot of luck.
You can check out Google I/O 2014’s website here. Don’t forget to play with Higgs Boson, Silicon and other cool stuff Google has put there!
Will you be registering for Google I/O 2014? Have you been a victim of not being able to get a ticket on Google I/O 2013? Let us know in the comments.