Google I/O 2014 runs from June 25 to 26. The keynote kicks off at 9 a.m. Pacific, or noon for those readers on the East Coast. If you are interested in watching the Google I/O 2014 keynote as a livestream, you have a couple of options. Watch the livestream using the embedded widget below, or scroll down farther to see some additional ways to view the keynote address.
1. Watch the Keynote Livestream From Google I/O’s Website
According to the event schedule, the Keynote will run from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Pacific on June 25. You can visit the link above to see a listing of other sessions from Google I/O that will also be live streamed.
The livestream can be enjoyed by visiting this link.
2. Attend an I/O Extended Event
Google knows that not every Google developer or Google fan can afford to attend I/O 2014 in person. Therefore, there are a number of “I/O Extended” events around the world where like-minded Google fans can gather and enjoy the keynote livestream.
As of this writing, over 20 such events were on the list. You can visit this link and scroll down to see a world map with all of the events placed on it. Additionally, you can check out this organizer’s guide if you want to set up your own event. You can then register your event with Google using this form.
3. Watch Google I/O 2014 Keynote Livestream on Android App
The image above shows Larry Page, Google’s co-founder and CEO, speaking at last year’s Google I/O developers conference.
The last option you have for watching the Google I/O Keynote is the Google I/O 2014 app, which you can download here. This app, which is not available for iOS devices, will let you watch the Keynote, as well as the event’s sessions. The Google I/O app is available for phones and tablets of all shapes and sizes running Android 4.0+.
4. Follow Along With a Liveblog
At work and can’t get away with having a 2-hour video presentation running in the background? You can check out some Google I/O keynote liveblogs instead, some of which will include images. Popular choices for tech liveblogging for this event include CNET, The Verge, and Engadget.