Last week, Google had opened up the registration for its I/O event of this year, which is going to be held on May 28th and 29, at the Moscone Center West in San Francisco. Now, Google has started rolling out the invites for its I/O 2015 event, to the selected ones who had registered for the same. If you had registered for the event, it is now the time for you to check your email, since if you are lucky enough, you may have got one.
Those lucky enough to score an invite will want to register as soon as they can, as the invites come with an expiration date. As a quick recap, regular attendee tickets run $900, while academic tickets (for the students) fetch 300. Some invites are set to expire as early as Thursday of this week, and many of them are deemed to be expired very close to that date. Hence, if you registered for a shot at purchasing I/O tickets, be sure to have your debit/credit card ready and keep a constant eye on your inbox (check your spam folder as well, since the message could go there by some chances and you won’t want to miss it).
Last year was a pretty big year for Google I/O, giving us our first look at what would eventually become Android Lollipop, as well as plenty of news on Android Wear, Auto and Android TV. What will this year’s event bring to the table? Another Android update? New Google hardware? It’s hard to say for sure what to expect so early into the game, but whatever it is, we can’t wait! We will obviously update about the event when it happens, but what would you like to see Google shed light on at I/O this year? Feel free to leave your opinions in the comment section below.