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Thomas W.
Computer Scientist & Android Developer
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My colleague +Albrecht Noll  has written a nice article about installing different app variants on one Android device

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5th March in Cologne, Germany.

At a community of 20-30 great designer & developers you bring ideas for wearables together and implement a rapid prototyp within four hours. And sure, you can join a team or pitch your own ideas.

With the pleasure of our sponsores we provide you some test devices and other hardware to play, like iBeacons.

The event will start after the lunch with short kickoff talks about the future and the opportunities of the Android Wear system. After this you can pitch your ideas or join a team. Now you have four hours to develop and present your idea.

Scenarios with Wearables

Adopt your existing Android app to Android Wear or create something new. Open doors, connect other devices or people, display your car position, ... Be creative!

You need more inspiration? Checkout the latest Hackathons like the iBeacon or Connected Car Hackathon.

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Join us March 5th for the first Android Wearable Hackathon in Cologne! Get your free ticket now.

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Am 5. März findet der Android Wearable Hackathon in Köln statt. Selbstverständlich mit attraktiven Preisen und charmanten Mentoren ;-) Holt euch jetzt euer kostenloses Ticket! 

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The better WhatsApp from Google?

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Finally! Hope to get a ticket
Google I/O 2013 registration opens on March 13th

We know you’ve been anxiously awaiting more details on registration for Google I/O 2013, which will be May 15-17, 2013. We appreciate your patience, and the wait is over!

Registration will open on Wednesday, March 13, 2013 at 7:00 AM PDT (GMT-7) and will remain open until tickets are sold out. Based on demand in previous years, we expect to sell out quickly. Just like last year, ticket prices will be USD $900 for general attendees and $300 for academic attendees, and you’ll need a Google+ account and a Google Wallet buyer account to register.

We’ll be sharing more information about registration and travel planning here and on before registration opens on the 13th.

We’re looking forward to bringing you an amazing and inspiring Google I/O experience!

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