Google IO registration opens tomorrow (March 27)

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If you plan to go to Google IO 2012 then you will want to get up nice and early!

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Google IO tickets to be $900, go on sale March 27

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West-coast developers will need to wake up extra early if they want get in on the action.

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Google I/O expands to three days, moves to June 27-29

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Citing an "unexpected opportunity" Google announces a third day for the annual developer conference.

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Dates Announced for Google IO 2012

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The annual developer conference will attract hordes of Android faithful come next April.

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IO Version of Galaxy Tab Already Fetching 1000 Bucks

  If you were watching the live Google IO 2011 Keynote, you already know that it was hard to hear the closing. After Google announcing that all 5,000 attendees were getting a 10.1 Galaxy Tab…well the crowd was pretty excited! This limited edition IO tab is white and back with a ...

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Android by the Numbers: 100 Million Total Activations, 4.5 Billion Apps Downloaded

Hugo Barra, Product Management Director of Android, announced a few outstanding numbers at Google I/0 this morning regarding Android activations and app success

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Gundotra Promises Plenty of Android for Google IO 2011

Earlier today, Vic Gundotra took to the Google blog to shed a few details on the annual Google IO conference, set to kick off tomorrow. And as we had hoped, there looks to be plenty of Android on the agenda.  Of course with 21 session scheduled and a third floor takeover, we would expect ...

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Google IO App Arrives In Time for Annual Event

Headed to San Francisco next week to attend the annual Google IO conference?  Awesome, we’ll see you there!  Can’t make it in person, but want to keep close tabs on everything going down?  There’s an app for that.  Google dropped their official IO 2011 application into the ...

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Lookout Mobile Security Throwing Party on Eve of Google IO; We Have 30 Tickets to Give Away!

Google I/O 2011 is but a few short weeks away, where we’ll get our annual glimpse into the future of Android and other Google development.  As many of you readers are also developers and enthusiasts, we know you’ll making the trip to San Francisco to get a first-hand look for ...

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Google to Stream All of This Year’s I/O, Including Android Session, Online for Free

Google I/O may have sold out fast (59 minutes fast), but the Big G has decided to put the ENTIRE event online. They said it would include, "streaming of the keynotes, as in years past, as well as—new for 2011—the addition of sessions from Android and Chrome. We’ll also aim to post HD video ...

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Google I/O Pricing Leaks, Public Registration Due in February

Recent changes in the Google I/O website indicate things are about to get going again. Pricing for pre-registration has leaked with developers looking to get early access, followed by public registration in February.

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Google TV

A major announcement at the Google I/O last week was Google TV.  So what is Google TV?  The simple answer is it brings the power of the web to your television. It will bring all the videos on the internet from the small computer monitor to the large display of your television and home ...

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Google I/O: Android Keynote Highlights

The big Google I/O event wrapped up earlier this week and left behind a wake of drooling Android geeks desperate for some Froyo goodness.  Froyo is the impending upgrade to the Android O/S.  It is supposed to start rolling out in the next few weeks to phones, but we’ll see how the ...

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Live Tweeting the Google IO Keynote

Just a quick note to direct folks to our Twitter account for up to the minute news on Google IO this week. Today at 9am Pacific, we’ll be live tweeting the keynote speech that kicks off the conference. Of course, we’ll post any big news out of the conference here, too!

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Hey Developers! Save 30% With Pragmatic Programmers’ Android Books

If you are an aspiring Android developer looking to pick up some tutorials and best practices, you may want to swing by The Pragmatic Bookshelf.  The 3rd edition of Ed Burnette‘s “Hello, Android” is now available and readers can save 30 percent off their purchases.  Simply ...

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