Google has just announced dates of its anticipated annual I/O developer conference. This year the conference will be held from May 28-29 at San Francisco's Moscone Convention Center.
Google's Sundar Pichai, made the announcement via a tweet. Registration for the event kicks off on March 17 at 12 p.m. The event will be livestreamed as well.
Google's annual I/O developer conference is a platform to announce new products or software upgrades. At last year's I/O, Google announced an early developer build of Android L operating system, alongside the launch of some Android Wear smartwatches. The tech giant formally announced its new streaming media interface, Android TV. A number of hardware partners were also announced, bringing the interface to future HDTVs and set-top boxes.
Excited to announce dates for Google I/O in San Francisco on May 28-29, 2015. More details at https://t.co/9CdxQHxEiS— sundarpichai (@sundarpichai) February 10, 2015
Google has a tradition of launching new products at its I/O developer conference. In 2012, Google demonstrated its famous Project Glass. This is the conference, where the first Nexus 7 was unveiled.
Last year, Google started a lottery system after the conference sold out in 49 minutes in 2013 and 30 minutes the year before. That system will be put in place again this year.
For more information on the upcoming conference, check out the Google I/O 2015 event page here.