How to watch Google I/O 2016

Plenty of options for staying up-to-the-minute with Google’s annual, developer soiree.

Google I/O, the company’s annual developer conference that takes place May 18-20 in Mountain View, Calif., can be a tough ticket to get – there’s a lottery just to get the opportunity to buy one. Academic tickets are $300, and general admission is a weighty $900. So there are a lot of interested folks who might not have the time, money, or opportunity to get to Mountain View this year.

Fortunately, Google’s got a number of ways to watch the events of I/O unfold, most notably live video streaming, which you ought to be able to stream it on their site here.

Additionally, there are meetups – Google’s calling them I/O Extended – around the world, and there’s a handy-dandy map here to help you find the one closest to you.

And, of course, check back with Network World for the latest in news coverage from the show.

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