Google I/O, the company’s annual developer conference that takes place May 18-20 in Mountain View, Calif., can be a tough ticket to get – there’s a lottery just to get the opportunity to buy one. Academic tickets are $300, and general admission is a weighty $900. So there are a lot of interested folks who might not have the time, money, or opportunity to get to Mountain View this year.
Fortunately, Google’s got a number of ways to watch the events of I/O unfold, most notably live video streaming, which you ought to be able to stream it on their site here.
Additionally, there are meetups – Google’s calling them I/O Extended – around the world, and there’s a handy-dandy map here to help you find the one closest to you.
And, of course, check back with Network World for the latest in news coverage from the show.
This story, "How to watch Google I/O 2016" was originally published by Network World.