But on the bright side, the I/O site now features a registration opportunity for its annual Google I/O developer conference. If you want in, hurry up — as tickets to last year’s event was sold out in twenty minutes.
To register this year, you must sign in using your Google+ account and students with valid ID can get a three-day pass for $300. All other attendees must cough up $900 for the conference.
Among learning the latest and greatest advancements to Android and Chrome OS, new software and hardware, further information on Google’s Glass project is expected to take center stage.
The Google I/O 2013 event is set for May 15 through May 17 at the Moscone Center West in San Francisco. If you’re interested, hurry up over to the Google I/O page now.