Attention developers, manufacturers and Android nerds the world over: Registration has opened for Google IO 2011, May 10-11 at Moscone West in San Francisco. And if it's anything like last year's developer's conference, you're going to want to get in early.
Last year we saw the unveiling of Android 2.2 Froyo, Google TV and a host of improvements to Google Chrome. This year? The sky's the limit, though we're expecting a good bit on Honeycomb and Google TV.
General registration is $450 through April 16, $550 thereafter, and $150 if you're in academia. Register now at Google.com/io.
Update: Yeah, the page is down for the count. Don't blame us. Or do. Up to you.
Update 2: Yeah, it's official. Google IO 2011 is now sold out.
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