Registration for Google’s I/O 2014 event has already gone underway, allowing those who wish to attend the developer conference the chance to sign up from 4PM PDT today.

However its no normal registration form, its actually more of a lottery system for tickets, with Google stating that they will be randomly selecting and notifying applicants up to April 21st, which means you can of course register later than previous years (where tickets often went within the hour), allowing users to register from 4PM PDT on April 15th, up to April 18th at 2PM PDT.

The conference will be the home to a number of new product announcements, kicking off on June 25th and lasting until June 26th, the event will be hosted at the Moscone West Hall in San Francisco, with general admission tickets to the show costing $900 each, and a small number of academic tickets available at $300 each.

You can find out more on the Google I/O 2014 website where you will need a Google+ and Google Wallet account to register as a minimum, however students will also be required to enter a .edu email address.

Source: Google I/O

Via: Google

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