Google I/O is an annual event organized by Google for developers and with a focus on Android software. Well, this year I/O sold out in 59 minutes, but you can have an opportunity to watch the debut of Android Ice Cream online thanks to I/O Live. We remind you that the event this year takes place between May 10 and 11 at the Moscone Center, in San Francisco.


You can enjoy live streaming of the event at, available May 10-11 from 9AM to 6PM PDT. Keynotes will be available, plus new sessions for Android and Chrome. HD video recordings will also be posted for what’s not available in the livestream. Captions will also be included and all the remaining videos will be captioned too.

These will be translated to all languages supported by Google Translate, as Google reaches out to international developers. The conference viewers will also be able to submit questions to Sandbox developers and the answers will be available for the questions with the most votes.

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