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Source code for Google I/O 2019 app arrives with samples of several Android Q features

Android Q will deliver a whole pile of new features like a system-wide dark theme and revamped gesture navigation when it lands later this quarter. But just because Google has implemented those features in Android doesn't mean all your favorite apps will automatically work with them immediately and perfectly; developers need to build that support into their apps. To lend a hand, Google has just pushed out the source code for its I/O 2019 app to serve as an example.

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The Pixel 3a and 3a XL bring Nexus affordability back to Google smartphones

The long-rumored, much-leaked Pixel 3a and 3a XL are finally, actually official. At this point, we all knew what to expect. Google didn't do the best job of keeping things secret. On paper, you get most of what defines the Pixel 3's experience — the same camera, same software, and the same promise of updates — all for half the price. (Anyone else picking up on that new Nexus smell?)

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Google I/O 2019 app updated with dark mode, augmented reality, and more

We're less than a fortnight away from I/O 2019 — an enlightening few days for Android enthusiasts, and Google has dropped a new version of the I/O app into the Play Store. A few new features have been added this year, though some can only be enjoyed by those attending I/O in person.

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Google I/O registration opens, apply before February 27th and you might get to spend $1,150 on a ticket

Today Google has opened the gates for I/O 2019 registration. The event itself might still be months away from May 7th to 9th, but if you actually want to attend, you'll need to snag yourself one of those $1,150 tickets. To do that, you'll have to register for a place in the random drawing. You've got until February 27th at 5PM PST (8PM ET) to enter, and tickets will be going out the following day.

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[Update: Confirmed] Google I/O puzzle cracked: Event set for May 7th-9th

Google typically reveals details about its yearly I/O developer conference via a cryptic teaser that turns into an elaborate, interactive puzzle. This year all of that has been sidestepped, as Lawnchair developer Till Kottmann has "cheated" the answer out of Google. I/O 2019 will be at the Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View, CA on May 7th through the 9th.

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