Next Google I/O Dated for April 24-25th 2012


Google has announced the dates for their annual Google I/O developers’ conference. We’re looking at an April 24th 2012 start date with all of it culminating on the conclusion of the following day. Google I/O brings all the developers out for not only sessions and workshops, but also for showcasing great apps and new features made possible by Android. This is a web thing, as well, with Chrome OS, Chrome Browser and general HTML5 stuff being huge focuses.

Last year, we got our first look at the now-available Chromebooks as well as a confirmation that Ice Cream Sandwich was real and that it would unify phone and tablet OS into one.

Aside from all the great news that spewed from the Moscone West convention center, attendees (including yours truly) received 4G LTE hotspots from Samsung and Verizon, Chromebooks from Samsung and a special edition of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 (see our review here).

We’re sure to be there so swing back to us in about 7 months. PS: You’ll want to be checking every single day for the announcement of open registration as tickets sold out in just under an hour last year. [Google]

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. Gotta keep on this to get going

  2. I’m starting the rumor now. Nexus Tablets for everybody.

    1. Only if they are gsm

      1. I hope it will have a 3ghz quadcore 2gb ram 12mp camera that would be sweet

        1. I hope it’ll have a 5mp camera.

  3. This needs to take place on the east coast one year… :(

  4. im going this time… funk that! i missed out this year

  5. why does this have to happen at the exact same time that I have exams? if it were just 2 days later, it would be perfect. Oh well.. maybe I’ll buy tickets and then sell them if I can’t go.

    1. if you can’t go don’t buy tickets. nobody likes a middleman.

      1. if I wait until I know whether or not I can go, it will be too late to buy tickets

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