Google I/O 2015 kicks off on May 28

Google I/O kicks off early this year. Photo: Google

Google I/O kicks off early this year. Photo: Google

Google has officially announced this year’s I/O conference for developers, and it kicks off on May 28 in San Francisco. The two-day event promises to explore the latest in “tech, mobile and beyond,” and you can register for your ticket on March 17.

“I/O is two days of hands-on interaction with the latest technologies, inspirational talks and a few surprises in between,” Google says on its new I/O webpage.

If you recently switched to Android from iPhone, I/O is Google’s equivalent of the Worldwide Developers Conference. It’s home to all kinds of different sessions for developers, and it traditionally delivers our first glimpse at Google’s latest Android software.

It’s an incredibly exciting time for Android fans, then, and those who cannot attend get the opportunity to watch Google’s live streams in real-time so that they don’t miss out.

If you do want to be there in person, you can register for tickets from March 17 at 9 a.m. PDT to March 19 at 5 p.m. PDT. Applicants will be selected at random to receive one ticket.