Today, more than 7,000 developers will gather on the grounds of the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California, to attend the annual Google I/O developer conference. But if you don’t have a ticket to the annual event, here’s how to watch Google I/O live.
The convention is expected to showcase the tech giant’s latest efforts around Android Q, Pixel phones, Google Assistant, and Nest and smart home devices. And we are prepared to be surprised. Past conferences offered news on Google Assistant, Google Lens, Google Glass and lots of other Android news.
(It’s a good week to be a developer on the West Coast: Google’s three-day event overlaps with the Microsoft Build conference, being held in Seattle.)
I/O runs May 7 to May 9 and kicks off this morning with a keynote address from Google CEO Sundar Pichai at 10 a.m. PT.
Yo can watch the live stream on the Google I/O page. And then check back to this page as we follow the news from the convention.