Android Events: AndroidTO returns to Toronto on October 17

Android Events: AndroidTO returns to Toronto on October 17


Listen up Android developers! Android TO returns to Toronto, Canada on October 17 for its fourth go ’round. Tickets are available for the all-day event and sponsors and speakers have already started lining up.

We believe that 2013 is the year where Android moves beyond just being an operating system, but a platform that will permeate our daily lives. From glasses, to cars, to cameras….…we’re only at the beginning of Android Everywhere.

A few of the notable speakers for AndroidTO include Collin Wikman (Square Inc.), Adam Shusta (500px), Zach Forrester (BNOTIONS), and Chris Haseman (Tumblr). Sponsors already include Rogers Wireless, Samsung, Sony, and BNOTIONS and we’re still more than two months away. There are, of course, plenty of opportunities to get involved should you wish to get involved.

Tickets are on sale with Early Bird pricing but you’ll want to act fast. As of today there are only 100 spots left at the $75 price point and then things go back up to the normal $100 ticket.




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