Google’s annual conference, I/O, is coming up very soon. The event will run from the 11-12 May, 2022 and will feature a ton of announcements related to Google’s plans for the future. While Google typically hosts the event in-person, seeing as the pandemic has yet to fully go away, this year the company is opting for a bit of a hybrid setup where only employees and Google’s partners will be showing up in-person.
The good news is that if you live in another country or aren’t invited to be part of the event, Google will be streaming parts of the event online, like the keynote and if you want to watch it, there are a couple of options available to you. One of which will be a stream from YouTube (which we have embedded above), and the other will be via the Google I/O website.
Both are viable options depending on your preference. The keynote will be kicking off on the 11th of May at 12PM PT, so be sure to tune in if you want to learn all about Google’s upcoming plans for the future. Some of the potential announcements include Android 13 and maybe even some hardware launches like the Pixel 6a and the Pixel Watch.