Update: The YouTube live stream is now live, and embedded below. Check our out Live Blog too!
Google saves its biggest announcements of the year for its annual developer conference, Google I/O. It's where you'll hear all the latest about Android, Search, Chrome, Maps, and get a glimpse into Google's plans to dominate other markets. Whether it's living room entertainment with Android TV or car infotainment systems with Android Auto, you'll hear all the major announcements first at the Google I/O keynote.
Can't go to the conference? You don't have to miss out. You can watch the keynote live online, and many of the sessions, too. Head to the Google I/O page for a full conference schedule and to see which sessions will be streamed. The keynote live stream will appear on that site as well as on the Google Developers channel on YouTube. Or just sit tight on this page, and watch it in the embedded video below!
Can't stream 2.5 hours of video from your computer at work? No problem! We'll be right there in the audience, live blogging the whole thing. And you can keep refreshing our Google I/O page for all the latest news.
While you wait, why not get a feel for the epic 2.5-hour event by watching last year's keynote?
This story, "How to watch the Google I/O 2015 keynote live" was originally published by Greenbot.