Google I/O invites are still being sent out last-minute

Google‘s upcoming I/O event gathers a lot of anticipation from developers all over the world. Likewise, Android enthusiasts that are not directly involved in coding still very much look forward to the event.

That means — despite their relatively hefty price tag — when tickets become available, they generally sell out in minutes. However, as an Android Police tipster shows, it looks like Google is still pushing out last-minute invites to some lucky applicants…

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PSA: Google is now sending out invites (and denials) to I/O 2016 lottery entrants

We told you last week that registration for Google’s 2016 I/O developer conference opened up to the public, and now it appears those that entered the drawing are receiving acceptance and denial emails. The lucky lottery entrants that have been accepted this time around, though, are apparently getting an error preventing them from registering…

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LG sends out invites for its Mobile World Congress event on February 21st

Mobile World Congress is still more than a month away, but that’s not keeping LG from sending out invitations to its upcoming press event in Barcelona. The company’s keynote is scheduled for February 21st, according to the invite, at 14:00 local time. Beyond that, though, there’s not much to learn here. The invite shows what looks to be a jack-in-the-box along with the slogan “Play begins.”… more…

Sony sending out invites to February 22nd event at MWC 2016

With the Xperia Z5 having only just been officially confirmed for the US market (albeit without a fingerprint sensor), you could be forgiven for assuming Sony won’t announce anything at MWC in Barcelona this year. Turns out, you’d probably be wrong for doing so.

The Japanese tech giant is reportedly sending out invitations to an event which is due to take place at the main MWC venue, Fira Gran Via on Monday, February 22nd. According to the invitation published by XperiaBlog, the event is set to kick off at 8:30 Central European Time (2:30am Eastern).

We’re not exactly sure what to expect from Sony in Barcelona this year. We’d like to see a new Android Wear smartwatch, perhaps one with a little more style than its current offering. As much as we’re not ready to see the next Xperia Z generation yet, it wouldn’t surprise us at all if Sony unveiled the Z6 (or slightly boosted version of the Z5). They might even announce the recently leaked C-series device.

 

Google sending out October 4th event invites to some Googley non-press

Last night we first got word that Google was sending out some last minute invites to its October 4th press event, and now we can definitely say that the Mountain View company is opening up its big announcement to some of the public. Or perhaps not the “public,” but rather — so far, at least — some non-press that are close to Google…

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Third-party Moto G4 case render corroborates leaks as Motorola sends out invites for May 17 New Delhi event

Taking into account all the leaks and rumors we’ve seen over the past few weeks regarding the upcoming 4th generation Moto G, it’s safe to assume the device is going to be announced relatively soon. Corroborating those leaks we’ve already laid our eyes on, another batch of detailed renders has found its way online.

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Huawei sends out invites for P9 launch event, April 6th date confirmed for London announcement

Following recent rumors and leaks suggesting Huawei will announced its next smartphone in April, the company today sent out invitations to an event taking place in London on April 6th. Although the exact time hasn’t been confirmed yet, Huawei will hold a press event at some point in the afternoon of that day. We’re expecting the Chinese smartphone maker to announce the P9 during the event, alongside the rest of its family.

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HTC invites us to #BeEdgier in teaser for September 20th event

HTC has just sent over an invitation to an online event set for September 20th, with the headline “#BeEdgier”. The company also sent out a tweet showing a round camera lens on the back of an unknown phone with the number “150”. That’s just about all the official information we have so far…

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