[How To] Watch Google I/O 2011 Coverage Live

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Google I/O 2011 will be going live in less than 2 hours at Moscone Center, San Francisco. The event will run for two days May 10-11, 2011.

Google I/O 2011 Live

Didn’t get a chance to book a seat at Google I/O 2011? Don’t worry! Here are a couple of sites where you can stay updated with the live keynote of Google’s event.

  • Google I/O – Official Page
  • BGR – Live Keynote Coverage
  • Gizmodo – Live Coverage
  • Engadget – Live Opening Keynote Coverage
  • Phonedog – Live Keynote
  • Technologizer – Day 1 & Day 2 Coverage

If you have any other websites feel free to comment below..

Android users can grab the official Google I/O app to see schedule, session and speaker information, and browse real time search updates.

Also, Google & partners will be hosting free viewing parties of Google I/O sessions.

If you can’t attend Google I/O in person, these events are a way to connect with other talented developers and watch live feeds of the conference.

Read more about it on Google Blog.

What to Expect for at Google I/O 2011?

Google is expected to launch new Android version codenamed Ice Cream, new phone announcements and also maybe Google Music. Amazon recently launched Cloud Player, and maybe Google is also working hard to get in the Music business..

Scheduled times for the event in different parts of the world:

  • 06:00AM – Hawaii
  • 09:00AM – Pacific
  • 10:00AM – Mountain
  • 11:00AM – Central
  • 12:00PM – Eastern
  • 05:00PM – London
  • 06:00PM – Paris
  • 08:00PM – Moscow
  • 10:30 PM – Mumbai
  • 01:00AM – Perth (May 11th)
  • 01:00AM – Shenzhen (May 11th)
  • 02:00AM – Tokyo (May 11th)
  • 04:00AM – Sydney (May 11th)

[Image Source: Engadget]

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