How To Livestream Google I/O This Week

How To Livestream Google I/O This Week
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Google’s annual developer conference, Google I/O, officially kicks off Tuesday in Mountain View California. The festivities begin with a keynote from Google CEO, Sundar Pichai Tuesday at 1pm ET/11pm AEST. Here’s how to watch all the announcements live.

This week is when we’ll hear the latest about the next generation of Android, Android P, as well as what we can look forward to with products like Chrome, Android Wear, and Google Home.

You can catch the keynotes as well as all of the sessions directly on the event website’s homepage here during the conference.

And if you’re busy working while they’re happening and can’t watch live, Google is also making the session recordings available later on the Google Developers YouTube channel here.

For general consumers, the keynotes on Tuesday are going to be where you get the information you want. The sessions are geared specifically toward developers and can get pretty technical. If you’re an Aussie app developer, the streaming is an easy way to get the info for free.

You can check out the full schedule of events for the week (and plot your plan of attack) here.