Google has officially announced that the registration for its Google I/O 2012 conference will go live on March 27th at 7am PST. The conference will run $900 for a general attendee and $300 for students and faculty of schools. In a very Google-centric move, those who wish to attend the conference will have to sign up for a Google+ account if they don’t have one already and will have to pay with Google Wallet.
Last year the conference sold out within an hour of the tickets going live, so I’d set your alarm clocks if I were you. If you’re curious about Google I/O 2011 everything you need to know is here and you can be sure that we’ll be there this year to bring you all of the news again.
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