Google this evening appears to have started sending out Google I/O 2015 ticket invites. The company last year started a new random registration process, allowing the pubic to sign-up for a chance to purchase tickets. The same process was used this year and the lucky winners are quickly being notified… expand full story
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OECD data reveals one mobile Internet connection for every person in the U.S.
Data released by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development reveals that there are now as many mobile Internet connections as there are people in the USA. While not everyone has a mobile data SIM or dongle, those with multiple devices make up for those left out, taking the average to a fraction over 100 percent.
Six other countries also manage to have more mobile data subscriptions than people, Finland topping the list with an average of 1.25 connections per person. The overall average across the 34 countries within the OECD grouping was 72.4 percent.
Via The Register
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Samsung has just announced that it will be hosting its first developer conference later this year in San Francisco. While we assume that the event would include typical developer sessions for Samsung’s Android/TouchWiz devices, it looks like we’ll also be getting a look at the latest from across the company’s other product lines as well. Samsung isn’t saying much, but it is teasing “what’s next” for developers, hinting that we’ll be seeing at least some new developments with its SDK and developer tools.
The event is scheduled to take place at Westin St. Francis Hotel in San Francisco from October 27-29. Registration isn’t yet open, and no specific details on what we’ll be seeing at the event, but you can sign up on Samsung’s website now to get notified when more information becomes available.
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Reminder: Google I/O registration opens in less than 24 hours
Google’s annual I/O developer conference is right around the corner and tomorrow officially kicks off registration for a limited number of tickets that typically sellout within minutes of the site opening for registration. We told you previously that Google has now launched its Google I/O website with details about the travel, events, and FAQs, as well as the tips below for those planning to register.
You’ll need a Google+ account, a Google Wallet account, and $900 ($300 for Academic) to get yourself a ticket when registration opens at 7 a.m. PST tomorrow morning: