Missed Google I/O 2014? This is where you can catch up

Whether you missed Google I/O due to scheduling issues, weren't chosen from the lottery, or financial constraints, Google has you covered. Google has made the conference available online, which can be viewed from the comfort of your own home. While this might not encompass all of the sessions that took place over the past couple of days, it has a good amount of content that totals a minimum of 16 hours from the conference. The videos can be viewed from the Google Developer YouTube channel.

Although the first days keynote highlighted Google's Android L, Android Wear, Android Auto, and Android TV projects, there was a lot more that went on over the two day conference. The recorded sessions go in-depth on API's, the cloud, Google Glass, Project Volta, and more. While we haven't had time to sort through all the videos, each video can range from several minutes to a full hour in length. Conveniently, the videos are broken up into 13 different categories, making it easy to sort through what you want to see and learn about. 

Google I/O took place on June 25 over two days in San Francisco, California. 

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