Google’s annual developers conference, I/O, takes place in the Moscone Centre, San Francisco, California, today and tomorrow amid expectations of exciting new product and software launches. Here’s how you can follow I/O 2013 as it happens.
Streams won’t just cover the event keynotes but will offer four channels available for viewing on computers, tablets and phones. GDL has also promised exclusive interviews with the men and women behind the products announced, as well as sandbox walkthroughs, product unboxings and demos.
Technical sessions from the two-day event will be recorded and posted to GDL’s website and the Google Developers YouTube channel.
Last year’s I/O event in June set the bar high with a dramatic unveiling of Project Glass that included a video showing users wearing the smart glasses while jumping out of a plane. We also got our first look at the Nexus 7 tablet and the lesser-spotted-since Nexus Q media hub, as well as the latest Android software and news of updates to a number of Google services.
I/O Extended events will also be happening at more than 400 sites in more than 90 countries. The Dublin event takes place at Google’s Dublin HQ on Barrow Street from 4.45pm to 8.30pm IST, and attendees will be treated to an early product reveal from I/O day two.