Can’t make it to Google I/O? You can still watch the festivities from Google’s massive developer conference via livestream.
Check out our Google I/O keynote liveblog here.
Google will stream the biggest sessions — including today’s 3-hour long keynote — for the world to see. Today’s stream will start at 9 a.m. Pacific, starting with the keynote.
News announced so far:
- Larry Page is sad, hopeful, and frustrated in his heartfelt Google I/O speech
- OK, Google, your conversational search is awesome as hell
- Maps rebuilt from the ‘ground up,’ iPad version coming this fall
- Google Play for Education could kill the iPad in schools
- Major design overhaul makes Google+ look a whole lot like Pinterest
- Hangouts, the best part of Google+, gets standalone iOS, Android, and Chrome apps
- Google Glass is for dorks — and for doctors
- Google Glass gets first news app for the ‘connected generation’
- Google gives mobile developers some massive love with 5 new money-making features
- Google’s latest Nexus phone is an unlocked Samsung Galaxy S4 with pure Android
- Google Chrome reaches milestone of 750M montly active users
- Google announces its Spotify competitor, Google Play Music ‘All Access’ — ‘radio without rules’
- Google releases location APIs that may hugely help fitness apps
- Google Play game services is a Xbox Live-like mobile network — and offers cross-platform gaming
- Google Play has 48B app installs, 2.5B in the last month alone
- 900M Android activations to date, Google says