For many an Android enthusiast (that’s you), Google I/O is the most wonderful time of the year. It’s a lot like Christmas to the Android faithful. Rather than scour the net looking for a live stream of tomorrow’s events, your friends at Phandroid (that’s us) will be live streaming the entire keynote — including 4 channels of IO sessions — directly from our homepage. This will ensure that, not only will it be easy to keep up with everything being announced, but you can also follow along with our own live coverage from the Moscone Center directly on the Phandroid homepage. Pretty cool, right?
We’re expecting for a jam packed event, filled with talk of Android Wear, Google Glass, Android’s upcoming “L” release, and whatever other surprises Google has in store for Android, Chrome, and their other projects. Don’t forget to check back with Phandroid.com so you don’t miss a thing and for a full schedule of events, check out Google’s page here. We know it’s going to be tough, but try and get some sleep.
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