Jan 22 AT 8:41 PM Taylor Wimberly 11 Comments

Register now for the Android Developer Labs World Tour

Google held a series of Android labs last year to give devs an early look at upcoming hardware and provide an update on the state of the Android platform. It appears they were well received because Google just announced a new world tour that will cover 15 cities.

Check the list of cities below and sign up now because seating is limited. The first event is in our backyard (Austin, TX) and we plan to attend. Please let us know if you will be at the Austin lab and we can meetup.

For a list of other mobile gatherings, don’t forget to subscribe to the Android Events Calendar. I’m currently in the process of adding all these new labs to the schedule.

From Google: Our Android Advocates are going on a world tour, traveling to locations all around the globe! Hear about the state of the Android platform, get hands-on with the latest version of the SDK, meet like-minded Android engineers, play with the latest Android devices, test your apps, and ask your questions directly to Android team members.

Here’s the line-up of Android Developer Lab locations for February and March 2010:

North America

  • Austin, Texas — Feb 4
  • Seattle, Washington — Feb 8
  • Waterloo, Ontario, Canada — Feb 8
  • Washington, D.C. — Feb 9
  • Mountain View, California — Feb 10
  • Cambridge, Massachusetts — Feb 11
  • New York, New York — Feb 12


  • London, UK — Feb 2
  • Paris, France — Feb 8
  • Berlin, Germany — Feb 10
  • Zurich, Switzerland — Feb 13
  • Madrid, Spain — Feb 13


  • Singapore — Feb 28
  • Taipei, Taiwan — March 3
  • Hong Kong — March 4

Source: Android Developer Lab

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  • http://beefjack.com npkimmey

    Argh, no Philadelphia.

  • http://Website Drew

    I’m not a developer…but this sounds very exciting. Can people who are not developers attend? I’m guessing no?

  • http://soft.antonspaans.com/ Anton Spaans

    I registered for the Cambridge one. I live in Boston, so traveling should not be a problem :-)

  • http://www.andrudes.com Andrude

    Can’t believe they are going to slight Chicago. Lots of Android activity going on there (Motorola, Google, etc.).

  • Ramon

    Well I’m no developer. But I’m going either way to see the future of android. Hopefully they will give me a Nexus One.

  • http://Website J. S. Allen

    No Australia… again.

  • http://technicaltoolbestprice.co.cc ano

    Sound good! but I’m not live in us . I’m just a little knowledge with programming ,well I’m will update about this.

  • http://sterlingudell.com Sterling

    I attended the 2 London events last year, and I just want to say a few things. This is a developer event, and is purely meant for developers to test their apps on hardware they don’t personally have (cf: fragmentation). It’s not an event for any Android fanboy to just play with phones. If you’re not a dev, please don’t sign up; by doing so you will be depriving some Market app of the opportunity to fight the aforementioned fragmentation. Google won’t show you any unreleased hardware, and they certainly won’t let you take any home with you.

  • http://soft.antonspaans.com/ Anton Spaans

    I just got the confirmation. I’m goint to the Cambridge Lab!

  • http://Website dcdeveloper

    The DC event was postponed indefinitely due to severe whether :(
    How about the NY and Boston?


    I registered for the Cambridge one. I live in Boston, so traveling should not be a problem :-)