After Chinese companies like Redmi and Realme cancelled their on-ground launch events Google also announced to call off its I/O 2020 developers meet. Google announced that due to fears over wide spreading Coronavirus the scheduled I/O 2020 event will not take place. The event was scheduled to begin on May 12 and continue until May 14.
The company said, “Due to concerns around the coronavirus (COVID-19), and in accordance with health guidance from the CDC, WHO, and other health authorities, we have decided to cancel the physical Google I/O event at Shoreline Amphitheatre.” Google also informed that in the upcoming weeks the company will explore other ways to “evolve Google I/O to best connect with the developer community.”
Separately, the tech giant also informed that all guests who have purchased tickets to I/O 2020 will receive a full refund by March 13 2020. “If you don’t see the credit on your statement by then, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org. Guests who have registered for I/O 2020 will not need to enter next year’s drawing and will be automatically granted the option of purchasing an I/O 2021 ticket,” the company noted in an official blog.
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Technology News Updates March 4 Google I/O 2020 cancelled due to Coronavirus fears: Xiaomi cancelled Redmi Note 9 India launch, Realme cancelled Realme 6 Indian launch on Tuesday. Now Google announced to cancel its I/O 2020 developers meet that was scheduled for May.
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