Google I/O for Android developers will kick off on June 27 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. If you are not one of the lucky attendees who scored a ticket earlier this year, you can still watch all the presentations from the comfort of your home. To help you follow the conference from afar, Google posted an early guide to all the live action in a recent blog post.
Just like last year’s I/O conference, you can follow select live sessions online from Google’s website. This year the search giant will double the number of sessions it will stream and will host four channels of programming. All sessions, including those that weren’t live streamed, will be recorded and made available within 48 hours. If you prefer to watch the I/O conference with others, you can also host or attend an I/O Extended event. A full list of events can be found on Google’s I/O Extended website. Details on hosting your own event are available on Google’s planning website.