Google is canceling Google I/O conference

Another world event calls off due to the fear of Coronavirus.

Google is canceling Google I/O conference

Tech giant Google has cancelled its annual biggest developer conference which is Google I/O. the company announced on Tuesday it was calling off the gathering because of the fear of Coronavirus that’s triggered worldwide interruption.  

Not Only Google, Mobile World Congress, but Facebook’s F8 and Microsoft gaming conference events are also among the cancellation.  

Google I/O event scheduled to take place on May 12-14 at Shoreline Amphitheater in Moutain View, California and venue were very close to the company’s global headquarters. Google will do a full refund to attendees who made the purchase for booking the event.

Google spoke person mentioned, due to the concern of Coronavirus and guidances that was provided by the CDC, WHO, and many health authorities Google has decided to cancel the physical Google I/O event. They would seek other options it progresses Google I/O to build the best connection between their developers' community. They will keep post updates on Google I/O website.

Google i/O is one of the very vital gatherings of Google. Over 7000 participants attend into last ever event. Google uses this event to describe correct efforts and priorities. Last several years Google made its biggest announcements at the event. Google introduced Google Assistant, Google Glass eyewear and Google Home Smart Speaker at previous shows.

Let's wait to see what would be newly invented of google this time and how they going to introduce it. Coronavirus makes fear at all sorts of physical gatherings. But technology plays a vital role in this hard situation in the perspective of meeting. Video conferencing, virtual meetings and other VC technologies will make it happen around the world than the past.


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