If you plan on attending Google’s I/O conference in May, you better start saving for a ticket. The search giant on Tuesday announced registration for the event will begin on March 8 and go through March 10. To be clear, registering between those dates doesn’t guarantee admittance; it simply gives you an opportunity to pay $900 to get into the event.
At I/O, we’re expecting Google to detail what it plans on changes in Android N, along with potentially making some big changes to Chrome OS. As far as we know, Google isn’t going to unveil any new hardware, though there is a chance we could see the search giant talk about VR, which has been a focus of the company as of late.
Google I/O will be held from May 18-20 in Mountain View. If you can’t get in, don’t fret, as the whole thing will be live-streamed. Registration applications will open at 9 a.m. PST on March 8 and close at 5 p.m. PST on March 10, giving you plenty of time to apply.
Here’s what to expect during the registration application window:
- You will need to sign in with a Google account to begin the application.
- You will then complete the required registration fields.
- Once you’ve successfully completed the application, you will reach a confirmation screen and receive a confirmation email confirming your application submission shortly thereafter.
Check out Google’s site to see what other requirements need to be met in order to register.