How to Watch the Google I/O 2012 Announcements Live

Today, Google kicks off its Google I/O conference at the Moscone Center in San Francisco at 9:30AM PST where the company is expected to not only announced the next version of Android but also unveil a new Nexus tablet device.


Google typically provides interested consumers with a live stream of the event and Google I/O 2012 will be no different. Starting at 9:30AM, Google will live stream the keynote from the Moscone Center live. This is different from Apple’s WWDC event where the company doesn’t live stream the event at all.

Google’s live streaming of the event will give those that weren’t able to snag or couldn’t afford a coveted Google I/O ticket a chance to see all of the festivities and announcements as they take place live.

Those that aren’t able to catch the event live will likely be able to catch a replay of the keynote on YouTube after the event is over.



Read: Google I/O 2012: What to Expect.

Watch the Google I/O 2012 Event Live in Video

The Google I/O 2012 Keynote can be watched live.

Google makes it easy to watch the Google I/O keynote. All users have to do is head to and the event will unfold right in front of your eyes.

This is definitely the easiest and best place to watch all of the Google I/O announcements as Google not only provides a live stream, but it also provides a nifty little schedule on the right side that lists the event schedule.

Those that wish to dig into more than just the keynote will find this to be especially useful.


For those who aren’t living on PST time, head to to figure out when 9:30AM PST is exactly.

Follow Android 4.1, Nexus 7 & Google I/O 2012 on Live Blogs

Android 4.1 Jelly Bean is expected to be announced.

Google is expected to announce both Android 4.1 and the Nexus 7 tablet at Google I/O 2012. We expect that both of those will be announced today at the opening keynote. Those that want to take in both announcements but can’t or don’t want to follow along on video, can easily follow the action on an assortment of live blogs that will have the event covered up to the minute, and sometimes, up to the second.

Those that wish to read about the event as it unfolds can head to a couple of places.

The best live blogs tend to be from: Ars Technica, The Verge, and Engadget.


Per usual, you can find all of the action and highlights covered here at We’ll be touching on everything from Android 4.1 to the new tablet to the new Google TV should Google announce it.

Check out the homepage and our Google I/O coverage for the latest details.