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[The Android Police Week In Review] Google I/O Special Edition (6/24/12-7/1/12)

Welcome to a very special edition of the Android Police Week in Review. This week was obviously all about Google I/O, so that's what we're going to be focusing on. Oh, and you can hear even more I/O-y stuff on our podcast.

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[The Android Police Podcast] Episode 16 - Exploring I/O With Bicurious Bob

This week's Android Police Podcast is a very special I/O edition (read: I'm calling in from a phone and it sounds awful), so get ready - it's a long one.

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The Official Google I/O 2012 App Is Now In The Play Store

Come one, come all [Google I/O attendees] - the official I/O app is now available in the Play Store. It includes maps, event schedules, the conference agenda, and detailed information about all sorts of devvy stuff. Oh, and this year you can play back various "I/O Live" talks and events straight to your 3.0+ tablet. Awesome. In addition, Google will be open sourcing the whole app once I/O has ended.

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Google I/O Schedule Is Now Live, Get A First Look At All The Cool Android (And Other Google) Session Topics

In case the parade of trade shows and device announcements in the first half of the year aren't enough to keep you excited, Google I/O stands as the centerpiece of Android and Google hype. If you're just too eager to see what's going to happen late this June, then here's something to whet your appetite: The Google I/O schedule is now live at Google's developer site.

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The schedule includes information for all tracks, including Android, Chrome, Google TV, YouTube, and all your other favorite Google products.

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[Update 4x: More Info] Make Ready Your Credit Cards - Google I/O 2012 Registration Opens At 7AM PT Today

Registration is now open! Gogogogo!
Update 1: Academic tickets (for students) are now sold out.
Update 2: Looks like it's completely sold out now. That's a new record - 25 minutes (ish). Congrats to all who got a ticket!
Update 3: Vic Gundotra hit up G+ to let users who didn't get registered in time know that they won't be missing out on all the fun. We can expect all key sessions and the keynote to be streamed live, available for viewing after 24 hours, and Google I/O Extended viewing parties will be happening all over the world.
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Google I/O Moved To June, And Now It's Three Days Long

Okay, I have some good news and some bad news. First, the good: Google has decided to extend next year's I/O convention to three days instead of the usual two! That's more time to spend hitting the booths, attending sessions, and chatting it up with the Google devs. Awesome.

Oh, the bad news - since the event is now three days long, the dates for the event have been pushed back a couple of months.

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