Oct 12 AT 4:56 PM Taylor Wimberly 12 Comments

Google I/O 2010 gets dated

Google just sent us an update on their future developers conference. The next Google I/O will take place in San Francisco on May 19-20, 2010. We attended last year’s event and had a blast. Google surprised everyone with free Android phones and then went on to announce Wave.

Our coverage of the event sucked last year, but it was our first big show. We learned a lot from our failures and I think we did a better job with CTIA. I’m looking forward to returning to San Francisco and hope we can bring you the latest Android news.

Hi there,

It’s been a few months since this year’s Google I/O, and we’re already excited to announce dates for next year!

Google I/O will be returning to Moscone Center in San Francisco. We’ll be bringing you the latest in open web technologies and Google developer products like App Engine, Google Web Toolkit, Android, Chrome, and more.

So mark your calendars:

Google I/O
May 19 – 20, 2010
Moscone Center, San Francisco

Early registration will open in January. In the meantime, you can check out our highlights reel from this year’s event at http://code.google.com/io.

The Google I/O Team

P.S. Want to keep up with our plans for I/O 2010? Follow us on Twitter at www.twitter.com/googleio.

Who else is planning to attend Google I/O 2010?

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