Google's annual developer conference, I/O 2016, kicks off today at 1:00 PM ET. As expected, you'll be able to watch the live stream of the event, and you can do it right here with us on Neowin.
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Google's annual I/O developer conference will be held in Mountain View, California this year, and those hoping to attend the event will be able to register their interest from March 8 at 9am PST.
Google is hosting its annual I/O conference this week and it is kicking off the event with an opening keynote. If you want to watch the livestream, we have it embedded for you after the jump.
At Google's IO conference today, the company broke down some of its usage statistics, which included the announcement that there are now 1 billion "30-day active users" on the Android platform.
Google's IO conference kicks off today and we have embedded the live-stream so that you can watch the keynote that kicks-off at 12:00PM ET / 9AM PT and a new version of Android is expected.