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Google I/O registration opens this afternoon, runs through April 18

OK, folks. Let’s try this again. Registration for — or, more accurately, registration for the chance to attend — this year’s Google I/O developer conference begins this afternoon at 4 p.m. PDT. That’s 7 p.m. on the East Coast, and midnight in London. And it continues until 2 p.m. PDT Friday, April 18. After that, Google will select applicants at random to attend this year’s conference, June 25-26 in San Francisco.



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Reminder: Registration for Google I/O 2014 starts tomorrow April 15th

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If you’re the developer type, registration for Google’s annual developer conference starts tomorrow on April 15th and extends through April 18th. Registration was supposed to begin last week, but Google needed a little more time to prepare for this years’ registration process. Unlike the mad frenzy and rage inducing server crashes of the past, Google I/O registration is being handled a bit different this year. Instead of first come first serve, potential attendees can sign up over the course of a few days and then are randomly selected, getting their proverbial golden ticket.

Google I/O 2014 is scheduled for June 25th – 26th at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. Registration begins at 5AM PT tomorrow morning. The regular price of an IO ticket will set you back $900. Those of the academic variety – students, faculty, and staff – you can get a ticket for much less, at $300. You’ll need a Google+ account and a valid credit card entered into Google Wallet.

Good luck.

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Samsung Galaxy S5 Coming to Boost Mobile in May

Samsung galaxy S5 Boost MobileBoost Mobile has just alerted us they they will in fact be carrying the new Samsung Galaxy S5 for their no-contract customers. They have a pre-registration page all set up so that you can get notified when it becomes available. On the registration page we can see that the device is scheduled to become available in May, but no specific date or price tag was offered up as of yet.

If you are interested in keeping in the know on the Galaxy S5 with Boost, head over to the pre-registration page now and get signed up.


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Google I/O registration pushed to next week

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If you were looking to register for this year’s Google I/O today, you will have to wait until next week. Originally scheduled for today, Google has pushed it until April 15th – April 18th.

According to a post on Google+, they are making the registration process easier. That is always a good thing right? It will still work just like previously explained. Applicants will have 3 days to enter their registration, and there will be a random drawing shortly after the registration closes. Applicants will also get an email notifying them if they won.

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Google I/O 2014 registration window pushed to April 15th-18th

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Were you thinking of waking up early this morning to get your registration in for Google I/O? Well, you can hit that snooze button and get yourself a few more Zs, as that wont be happening for another week or so. Google has announced that Google I/O registration has been pushed back a week — it’s now April 15th through the 18th.

The reasoning was that they simply wanted to take more time to make sure the registration process is easier for you. Hopefully some of that time is dedicated to making sure the servers stand up to the test of tons of eager developers wanting to get their names into the hat.

Selection for attendance will still be completely random, so there will be no rush to the finish line. Simply get your registration in during the stated window, and wait to see if you’re eventually selected.

If you are, you’ll receive an email with further ticket purchase instructions. If you aren’t, well, better luck next year (because if the past couple of years tell us anything, it’s that you won’t be able to find someone offloading their ticket for outrageous amounts on eBay). Set your calendars and go back to sleep, folks.

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Google I/O registration pushed back a week

Looks like Google still has some work to do on the Google I/O registration systems, as it’s pushed the four-day registration window for this year’s developer conference back to next week. Originally scheduled to go live today, I/O 14 registration will now run from April 15-18, so bear that in mind if you were planning on putting your name into the hat today.



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Google Pushes Back I/O 2014 Registration Window At The Last Minute – Now Open Next Week (April 15-18th)

nexusae0_io_thumbGoogle I/O registrations were supposed to open in just a few hours so developers and people who love free stuff could deluge Mountain View with applications. That’s not happening, though. The Google Developers G+ account has posted an update stating the registration window has been pushed back to next week.

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Google says the change is being made to ensure the registration process is “even easier.” Let’s be honest – something probably wasn’t ready in time.

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Reminder: Registration for Google I/O 2014 opens tomorrow

New registration process should give a wider range of people a chance to get in

Google I/O, the annual conference for all things Google and developers, kicks off registration for the 2014 edition tomorrow, April 8th. If you’ve been waiting for your opportunity to get in on the two-day event, this year may be your best chance considering Google’s new registration policy.

Rather than a mad dash to lock up the very limited number of tickets all at once, Google is leaving open registration from 5am PT on April 8th until 5pm PT on April 10th. This means you can get through and complete registration at your (relative) leisure, ensuring that you’re in the running. Google will then randomly select the maximum number of tickets from the pool of registrants and hand out tickets.



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Samsung Galaxy S5 UK availability starts to take shape

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Major carriers and high-street retailers already offering registration pages

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The Samsung Galaxy S5 is official and there’s bound to be a ton of people out there that want to know where to get one. Samsung announced April 11 as the grand release date for 150 countries and some of the UK carriers and retailers are starting to show their hands.

Honestly, if it wasn’t available on all the major carriers and usual retail sources we’d be more surprised. But it’s always good to get an early heads up, especially since we’re about six weeks out from launch. At this point EE, and Vodafone have posted registration pages for the Galaxy S5, as have Carphone Warehouse and Phones 4U. Three has also confirmed its intention to carry the new phone.

We’ll keep updating as and when more sources and information becomes available.

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T-Mobile LG G Flex now up for pre registration

LG G Flex T-MobileWith the Sprint LG G Flex going up for pre-order recently, it was only a matter of time until other carriers followed suit. The smartphone with a unique curved OLED display was expected to arrive on Sprint, T-Mobile and AT&T in the U.S. With the Sprint variant already on its way, it’s now the T-Mobile variant which has gone public. However, it’s only a pre-registration at this point and not an actual pre-order or availability. Interested customers can register to be notified when the device becomes available through the Uncarrier, but until then this is all the carrier has for us. We expect T-Mobile to make up for the delay with its barrage of purchasing options including monthly installment plans which eases the worry of paying a hefty off contract fees upfront.

The LG G Flex on T-Mobile should carry all the compatible GSM LTE bands and will most likely share the rest of the specs with its global variant. The smartphone houses a 6 inch curved OLED display with a resolution of 1280 x 720, a 13MP camera, 2GB of RAM, a 2.3 GHz Snapdragon 800 SoC, Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean, 32GB of internal storage (no microSD expansion) and a 3,500 mAh battery. The smartphone also comes with a self healing back cover.

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WIND Mobile Posts Nexus 5 Registration Page, Along With “Official” Specs List

WIND Mobile Posts Nexus 5 Registration Page, Along With "Official" Specs List

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A Canadian carrier called WIND Mobile, via its Facebook page, decided it was the perfect time to post up a pre-registration page for the Nexus 5. Sure, the device has yet to be announced by Google or LG, but they are going for it anyways. Not only are folks asked to sign up to be notified when the device goes up for sale, but they also posted the Nexus 5′s full technical specifications and dimensions. That’s nice of them. 

According to WIND, the Nexus 5 will feature all of the specs we have seen rumored for a while now. It has the Snapdragon 800 processor, 4.95″ 1920 x 1080 display, 2GB of RAM, an 8MP back-facing camera with OIS technology onboard, and of course, Android 4.4. Included along with the specs are the dimensions, coming in at 69.17 x 137.84 x 8.59 mm. Full list is below.

Specs:

  • Screen: 4.95-inch 1920×1080 display (445 ppi) Corning Gorilla Glass 3
  • Cameras: 1.3MP front facing 8MP rear facing OIS
  • Weight: 130 grams
  • Dimensions: 69.17 x 137.84 x 8.59 mm
  • Operating System: OS Android 4.4, KitKat
  • Chip Set: 2.3GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor
  • Wi-Fi (2.4G/5G) 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac NFC (Android Beam) / Bluetooth 4.0
  • Storage / Memory / Ram: 16GB or 32GB internal storage 2GB RAM
  • Ports & Connectors: microUSB, SlimPort enabled, 3.5mm stereo audio jack, Dual microphones, Ceramic power and volume buttons

Naturally, it appears that the registration page has been pulled for the time being. Canada has been an excellent source of Nexus 5 info today, especially with these alleged snapshots of a warehouse room full of N5s.

We know, this situation is now officially out of control, and we hope Google will just go ahead and announce it already.

Via: Mobile Syrup | WIND Mobile

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Nexus 5 specs outed on Wind Mobile pre-registration page

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Smaller Canadian carrier lifts lid on Google's and LG's next Nexus phone

The Nexus 5 leaks continue, and today it's Canada's Wind Mobile that's let the cat out of the bag a little early. Wind's newly-published pre-registration page shows the render we remember from earlier leaks, alongside a full spec sheet for the unannounced device. 

There's no guarantee that the spec sheet is 100 percent accurate, however it is an official carrier registration page, and what it's saying lines up with previous Nexus 5 leaks. In any case, the short version is we're dealing with a 4.95-inch 1080p display with Gorilla Glass 3, a Snapdragon 800 CPU, 2GB of RAM, 16 or 32GB of storage and an 8-megapixel OIS camera. You'll find the longer version after the break.

We're expecting things to be all officially official with regards to the Nexus 5 and KitKat towarsd the end of the week.

Source: Wind Mobile

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Samsung Developer Conference opens for registration

Samsung announced their first ever Developer Conference back in July. At the time they provided some key details and did some teasing, however it wasn’t until today that the registration opened. Simply put, if you had been waiting to register for the “major” event that will take place in San Francisco — now is the day to move forward.

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The event will begin on October 27th and run through October 29th and Samsung has said this will be a “Samsung-wide, cross product (multi-screen) developer event.” Putting some of the teasing aside and there is a bit more in terms of detail available today. For example, Samsung has said the event will feature more than 40 technical sessions from influencers in mobile, consumer electronics and digital content.

“Samsung is excited to offer developers a single place to learn how to develop, market, and monetize applications and services that may span smartphones, tablets, and televisions,” said Dr. WonPyo Hong, President of the Samsung Media Solution Center.

More specifically, Samsung will be offering a first look at new SDKs and tools including the S Pen. They will also be offering a more in depth look at the Samsung Service Platform and services APIs for items to include ChatON, Group Play, Samsung AdHub, Context Aware and “much” more.

Other items of discussion will be best practices for developing Smart TV apps in multi-screen environments, special sessions for B2B customers (KNOX, Enterprise SDK), development opportunities in gaming and cross-platform development in things such as HTML5.

That all being said, registration is open as of today and the price of the event is $299. For that attendees will get access to the keynotes as well as the working sessions and a special developer event that will take place in the evening.

SOURCE: Samsung Dev Con, Business Wire

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Samsung opens registration for their first ever global developers’ conference

Samsung has officially announced the opening of registration for the South Korean company’s first ever global developers’ conference. This is Samsung’s first wide-scale conference that will invite developers to learn how they can leverage the massive platform Samsung has built for themselves in the mobile space.

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Registrations Are Now Open for Samsung’s Developer Conference This October

A few weeks back, Samsung announced that they would be hosting a global developer conference focused around the bevvy of Samsung products that exist on the market now. Today, registration is now open for the conference, so if you’re a developer planning on going and attending a few of the 40 planned events, you should […]
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Registration for Samsung Developers Conference Opens August 16th

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For those of you who have been hoping to get a chance at signing up for the first ever Samsung Developers Conference you’re in luck. The company is sending out emails to those who pre-registered on their web site. For those that haven’t there is a countdown in the upper righthand corner with a little under nine days. Either way it’s pointing to the fact that registration for the conference opens up August 16th. The exact time is 9am EST or 6am PST.

There will be a wide range of devices covered. That includes phones and tablets to other Samsung devices like televisions and wearable tech. So if you’re looking to see what Samsung is planning at for the future you’re only eight days away. Hit the source link to pre-register.

source: Samsung Developer Portal

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Registration for Samsung Developers Conference Opens August 16th

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For those of you who have been hoping to get a chance at signing up for the first ever Samsung Developers Conference you’re in luck. The company is sending out emails to those who pre-registered on their web site. For those that haven’t there is a countdown in the upper righthand corner with a little under nine days. Either way it’s pointing to the fact that registration for the conference opens up August 16th. The exact time is 9am EST or 6am PST.

There will be a wide range of devices covered. That includes phones and tablets to other Samsung devices like televisions and wearable tech. So if you’re looking to see what Samsung is planning at for the future you’re only eight days away. Hit the source link to pre-register.

source: Samsung Developer Portal

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Samsung Developer Conference registration opens Aug. 16

Samsung Dev ConA couple of weeks back Samsung announced that it'll be holding its first developer conference in San Francisco this October 27-29. Today the company is sending out emails to those who pre-registered for the event, letting them know that registration proper will begin next Friday, Aug. 16, at 9 a.m. ET (6 a.m. PT.)

Samsung says the conference will span "mobile, Smart TV, connected devices and more" — and with new Samsung phones, tablets and even wearables likely to arrive between now and late October, there should be plenty to cover.

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Google I/O 2013 registration now open

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Google I/O registration is now open for general attendees and academic tickets. GA costs $900 and academic will set you back $300. If registration is anything like last year, we can expect tickets to sell out in record times. And as such, Google's warning against refreshing, attempting to register in multiple tabs or browsers, or fiddling with JavaScript to get ahead, saying these "will decrease your chances of getting a ticket."

Good luck to everyone trying to pick up a ticket today!

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[Update: Sold Out!] Google I/O 2013 Registration Is Now Open

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And here we are, 50 minutes later. Tickets for I/IO 2013 are officially sold out. Congrats to everyone who got one!

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The day is here, boys and girls – I/O 2013 registration is open! Even at $900 a ticket ($300 for academic attendees), they sold out in 25 minutes last year. We expect the same thing to happen this year, so if you want to go, hopefully you waited until after you picked your ticket up to read this post.

If not, though, a couple of things to keep in mind: you’ll need a Google+ account, as well as a Wallet account, to register.

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Did You Get a Google I/O Ticket? (Updated: SOLD OUT)

Google I/O 2013 registration is open, for those interested. Well, it’s sort of open. From what we’re hearing, the process is not going smoothly once again. The registration page is timing out, users are finding “waiting” messages with no end, and Google Wallet is having all sorts of issues during checkout. It sounds like a [...]

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Google I/O 2013 registration: Get it before it’s gone

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Registration for Google I/O, Google's yearly developer conference held in San Francisco, opens Wednesday morning at 7 a.m. Pacific Daylight Time (to check your local registration time, go here). The event is set to be held May 15-17 at the Moscone Center. It has been extremely difficult to buy tickets the last few years, with I/O 2012 tickets completely selling out in a mere 28 minutes.

General tickets will set you back $900 apiece, while student and educational faculty tickets get discounted to $300. There will only be a limited number of academic tickets, and they can only be used by currently enrolled (or 2013 graduating) full-time students and faculty. If you do not fall into one of these two categories, do not buy an academic ticket, because academic tickets can not be changed to general admission and are non-refunable.

Hit the break for how to prepare for registration day, and some tips to maximize your chances of grabbing some of this year's I/O tickets.

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Google I/O registration page pops up, registration starts March 13th

Google IO 2013  pageWe hope you have been keeping a little nest egg going for the upcoming Google I/O conference. It is never cheap, but worth every penny. The registration landing page has appeared online, offer up very little to do but wait. Official registration begins on March 13th at 7 a.m PDT. If history repeats its self, You should be hitting F5 every second at 6:59 a.m. PDT to secure your ticket before they sell out.

They remind you to make sure you have a Google+ page set up and Google Wallet accounts alive and active. Assuming that means you will be paying through Google Wallet. There are a lot of things we all expect to see happen at Google I/O this year. The next-gen Nexus tablets, Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie, Chrome OS updates and changes, hopefully some big news for G+ and some more Project Glass.

Are you planning to attend this year? What are you most excited about seeing? You can check out all the happenings from last years Google I/O event at the official Google I/O 2012 page. Be sure to bookmark the registration page and set you calendar for March 13th.

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Google I/O 2013 registration opens March 13 [Updated]

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Update: It's official — a tweet from Google Developers confirms that registration opens at  7AM PDT on Mar. 13. Make a note of it, and good luck to everyone hoping to score a ticket!

Original story: Here's an interesting tidbit for anyone hoping to land a ticket to Google I/O this year. The registration date for the three-day dev conference seems to have shown up briefly on the official I/O site, before being swiftly pulled. If the info that showed up is to be believed, registration will open at 7AM PDT on Wednesday, Mar. 13 — two months ahead of the event itself.

Last year's registration sold out in record time, so if the info above is accurate, would-be attendees will need to be hitting that registration site at 7AM sharp on Mar. 13.

You'll probably want to wait for the official confirmation before penciling the date into your diary, however. We'll keep you updated with any news as it emerges.

Source: +Chris Pick; via 9to5Google

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Google I/O Registration Date And Pricing Announced: March 13th For $900/Ticket

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Well, it’s that time of year again, folks: Google has just announced the official registration date for the 2013 I/O conference, and it looks like you better be on the ready bright an early at 7AM PT on Wednesday, March 13th. Like last year, the tickets will go for $900 for general attendees and $300 for academic. Of course, a Google Wallet account is required to pay, and a Google+ account is also requisite.

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It looks like the company is shooting for May 15-17 this year, so mark you calendars. Oh, and if you plan on trying to get a ticket – you better be ready, because they usually sell out in minutes.

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Google Announces March 13 as Google I/O Registration Day (Update: Pricing Added)

Google just dropped the 2013 Google I/O registration date as March 13 at 7AM. Like last year, attendees will have to pay for their tickets using a Google+ and Google Wallet account, so make sure to get those set up if you intend on going. And as always, expect tickets to sell out within the first 5 [...]

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Google I/O 2013 registration date briefly appears on Google site

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Here's an interesting tidbit for anyone hoping to land a ticket to Google I/O this year. The registration date for the three-day dev conference seems to have shown up briefly on the official I/O site, before being swiftly pulled. If the info that showed up is to be believed, registration will open at 7AM PDT on Wednesday, Mar. 13 — two months ahead of the event itself.

Last year's registration sold out in record time, so if the info above is accurate, would-be attendees will need to be hitting that registration site at 7AM sharp on Mar. 13.

You'll probably want to wait for the official confirmation before penciling the date into your diary, however. We'll keep you updated with any news as it emerges.

Source: 9to5Google

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RIM teases upcoming BB 10 hardware ahead of January reveal

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Lest you forget there’s another mobile player hedging its bets on a big comeback, RIM’s released a tiny teaser of its upcoming BB 10 handset via its site. The image, which appears alongside a tag promising a “Re-designed. Re-engineered. Re-invented.” experience, is part of a registration campaign for news updates on the unreleased platform. There’s really not much to glimpse from the enshrouded peek Waterloo’s offering up, but with the abundance of leaks that’ve sprung up over the past few months, we have a pretty decent idea what that hardware might look like. The big BB 10 reveal’s set for January 30th — a little more than one month away — so you won’t have to wait much longer to witness the full monty.

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Set your calendars folks, Google I/O 2013 is set for May15-17

Google has formally announced that next years Google IO will be held from May 15th through the 17th at Moscone West in San Francisco California. Registration details will be provided by Google come February of 2013 so be prepared for that as well. Keep in mind that this years Google IO sold out in a mere half hour, so if you plan on attending this event I would definitely be as prompt as possible.

Any of our readers planning on attending event? Let us know!

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Google I/O 2013 set for May 15-17

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Google's Vic Gundotra just dropped word that the Google I/O 2013 developer conference will be May 15-17 at Moscone West in San Francisco. Registration details will be announced in February.

While the location is the same, the May date shifts the conference back to earlier in the year than we saw in 2012, which moved the event to the end of June. (It also puts it the week before the spring CTIA event, which will be in Las Vegas.)

Source: +Vic Gundotra

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