Google I/O 2017 Will Be Back at the Shoreline Amphitheater from May 17th to 19th

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Jan 24, 2017
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Google I/O 2017 developer conference will take place from May 17th through 19th. The Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View, California will once again play host to developers.

Developers sent on a scavenger hunt, revealing Google I/O 2017 location

Earlier today, Google started teasing developers by sending several riddles that eventually revealed the location to the Google I/O 2017 event. The Google Developers Google+ page posted the first hint leading to a GitHub repository with a set of coordinates. Next clue came from an unlisted YouTube video, again giving another set of coordinates. Then, a third puzzle pointed to a location in Poland, and finally, a fourth puzzle hidden in a corrupted image led to Thailand.

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Developers then started following these riddles that ultimately revealed the location and the dates of the Google I/O 2017. Quite a job, everyone! Folks at AndroidPolice reported that the riddles were eventually solved by a Discord channel that’s dedicated to solving puzzles.

Assigning the name of the countries to positions on a chess board, while adding/subtracting from the letter values provided “L IN E THEATRE SHO RE AM P H I.” This is the Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View, CA.

While revealing details through this elaborate puzzle, the company has yet to update its official Google I/O event page, which still asks us to “Check back soon for more details.”

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Google will hopefully make the details official, soon. It is expected that the company will once again use a lottery system to hand out passes. It’s the second time that the Mountain View tech leader will be holding its event outdoors, hosting to a bigger crowd thanks to the size of the new location.

We are impatiently looking forward to what Google is going to talk about at this year’s Google I/O event. At last year’s developer conference, machine learning was the primary theme, as the company announced its Daydream VR, Home, and its assistant-focused Allo and Duo apps.

While we hunt for more details on Google I/O 2017, here are some of the biggest highlights from last year’s event: The Top 5 Highlights From Google I/O 2016

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