The main keynote at Google I/O is just under two hours away. It's where the company will lay out its software strategies for the next year (including Android P), and possibly tease some upcoming consumer products. You'll definitely want to tune in if you're able. Read More
Google revealed the location and dates of Google I/O 2018 last month. If you've been waiting to get your own tickets, now's your chance - registration is finally open to the general public.
Just like last year, I/O uses a raffle system, so you won't know for sure if you have a ticket until February 28. Your payment method will be pre-authorized once you register, but you will only be charged if you are selected. The ticket prices are identical to last year - $375 for students/teachers, and $1,150 for everyone else. Read More