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Google I/O 2013 registration will open in less than one day's time.
The registration page for the upcoming Google I/O conference was leaked by Google last month.
The page was officially made live and features details about when and how to register for the upcoming event. The registration will officially begin on March 13 and Google is encouraging those interested in participating to set up their Google+ and Google Wallet accounts before that date.
Google also confirmed on the Google+ Google Developers page that the event will cost $900 total for general attendees and $300 for academic attendees. Tickets are expected to sell out relatively quickly to this 3-day event where Google is expected to unveil new hardware and software.
The event will officially begin on May 15 and end on May 17 and will take place in San Fransisco. Last year's Google I/O took place in June, and also opened registration in March. Google seems to have pushed it forward in order to get a head start on the competition.
The company is expected to launch Google Glass during this year's Google I/O. Google Glass is the company's new venture which involves new interactive glasses that can perform various tasks and can act as a smartphone. Google's new Pixel laptop line is also expected to be shown off during the festivities.
The event is set to take place in San Francisco's Moscone Center West.
At last year's conference, the company introduced its new Google Nexus 7 tablet. Google also unveiled its new Android 4.1, Jelly Bean OS at the event.
This year's event could be the place where Google introduces the world to the successor of the tremendously successful Nexus 7 Android tablet and the new Android 5.0, Key Lime Pie operating system.