Google’s annual developer conference is all set to kick off in a few hours where CEO Sundar Pichai will be delivering a keynote speech to announce new products, detail the features of Android N, talk about the state of Android and much more. The event will kick off at10:30PM IST and if you aren’t attending it, you can watch it from the comfort of your home. Google I/O 2016 will be live streamed and here’s how you can follow it live. Also Read - Samsung Galaxy Chromebook Go powered by Intel Jasper Lake Celeron processor revealed
You can catch all the announcements live on the Google’s I/O 2016 events website. Alternatively, you can also watch it on YouTube (video embedded below). Also Read - HP Chromebook 11a review: Great for students, not so for professionals
In an effort to enhance the viewing experience, Google has also announced that it will be live streaming the keynote in virtual reality. If you own Google’s Cardboard headset, Samsung’s Gear VR or Oculus Rift or any other VR headset, you will be able to watch the keynote in immersive 360-degrees. It will allow you to look around the auditorium and experience the event like you are sitting in the audience yourself.
Among the number of announcements, Google is expected to detail the features of Android N, and possibly its name and version number too. Google is also likely to give a big push to virtual reality with a standalone VR headset, and possibly an Android VR operating system too. We may also get to hear about the status of other Google projects such as Project Tango, Project Ara and also the Android One initiative.