LG Hosting Developer Event at Google I/O on May 27th

Google I/O is next week. It's almost here. It's hard to believe. Google I/O is like Christmas for us Android and even tech geeks. There are many parties and events that happen around I/O from some of Google's partners, including LG. This year the smartphone manufacturer is holding their third annual Developer Event in San Francisco. This event will include keynotes from some LG executives, as well as technical sessions, and capped off by a fireside chat with AT&T Mobility's Anthony Fabbricino. LG will also be giving away the Watch Urbane at this Developer Event, which is probably the best looking Android Wear Smartwatch out there right now.

Currently, registration is open for developers that want to learn more about developing apps for some of LG's hottest devices like the LG G Flex 2 and the brand new LG G4. As well as new advances in the Virtual Reality world, which seems to be something that everyone is working on these days.

"LG's developer program is more robust than ever, with so many great devices, from the new LG G4 to our IoT efforts, and we're looking forward to sharing the details with the loyal LG developer community," said Sungwook Kim, VP, North America Open Innovation, LG Electronics. "With great partners like AT&T, this will be our most informative and interesting session yet. Everyone will walk away with a wealth of new knowledge about the exciting development opportunities around LG devices."

For those developers interesting in attending, it'll be $50. It's first come first served, as far as registration goes. Which you can register here. However, we do have a few promo codes for those that will be in the area and interested in attending LG's Developer Event this year. So here's what we're going to do. We have 5 promo codes up for grabs. We'll have the giveaway last until Monday, May 25th, and we will contact the winners on Tuesday, May 26th. Make sure you use that promo code and enjoy what will likely be a great event from the folks at LG. And if you see us at Google I/O - we will be there! - make sure to say hi!




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