Google has taken to Twitter today to announce the dates on which Google I/O 2013 will be held. This year’s developer conference will take place starting on May 15, and run until the 17th.
Much like Android itself, Google has turned Google I/O into something rather amazing in a very short amount of time. Not only is I/O the number one gathering spot for all things Google, it also covers the latest mobile software and hardware. Google has used the event as a launchpad for new products and services. If you’re an Android enthusiast, that alone should pique your interest in attending. Never mind the free tablets and phones handed out every year.
Last year’s I/O was huge. There were over the top presentations with skydivers and the Nexus 7, Nexus Q and Google Glass were all on display. We also got our first taste of Jelly Bean. Who knows what Google has in store for I/O 2013.
If you have any interest in attending, be sure to follow Google I/O on Twitter. Registration info is expected to be made available in early 2013. Tickets have a tendency to sell out in a matter of minutes.