The 2014 edition of the Google I/O will be staged at the end of June, more precisely, on June 25 and 26, Sundar Pichai announced.
The Mountain View group has announced the official dates of the Google I/O 2014 event, which will be held on June 25 and 26, at Moscone West.
Sundar Pichai, Senior Vice President at Google confirmed the dates in a post on his G+ profile, which also speaks of the opportunity to attend all events through live streaming. More information will be provided by the end of March so as to allow those who wish to reach San Francisco to attend at the event.
He wrote: “Only 126 days until the 7th annual Google I/O, when we come together with amazing developers like you to talk about what’s next. On June 25-26, 2014, we’ll be broadcasting live from Moscone West. You can join us in person in San Francisco or remotely, via a live stream and through I/O Extended community events around the world.”
The developer conference has slipped over a month compared to what we saw last year (May 15 to 17) and also shortened to two days instead of three. In the course of the event, Google can present the next innovation related to the devices and services, although at the moment, it would be quite difficult to imagine what’s actually in cards. Maybe we will see a newer version of Android or third generation of tablets.
Pichai also said that they had formed a new system of registration to welcome all those who planned to join them in person in San Francisco, in which participants won’t have to beat the clock in order to reserve their table. Google will randomly select applicants and then will notify shortly thereafter. We’ll be following up with more details as they happen, so stay tuned.
Source: Sundar Pichai