They were a little slower than usual this year but Google has finally launched the Google I/O 2014 website a few moments ago and it’s awesome. Right off the bat you will be confronted with some fun and educational interactive puzzles at the top of the website that work especially well on touch devices. Scroll down farther and you can see information about whats going on at Google I/O this year as well as a place to type in where you live so that you can get Google Maps directions to the Moscone Center where Google I/O will take place.
Alright so let’s get down to the questions everybody wants answered. You can apply for attendance to Google I/O on April 8-10, remember that people chosen to go this year will be randomly chosen instead of hand-picked like usual which could hurt or help you depending on who you are. The registration on April 8th kicks off at 5am PDT and runs until 5pm PDT on April 10th. Tickets are $900 for regular folks while students get tickets for a discounted $300, not surprisingly you will be required to pay via Google Wallet.
Google I/O will run from June 25th to the 26th this year and we expect an Android Wear device to be handed out to the lucky folks who attend. Don’t go into a panic if ticket prices are too high or something is preventing you from going because according to the I/O website there will be livestreams of the keynotes and every event that takes place for anybody to watch. You can find a link to the Google I/O 2014 website below.
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