How to watch the Google I/O keynote live

Virtual reality, Android N, and more announcements await from today's developer conference.

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At Google I/O last week, Google announced Trust API, a way to validate users with a variety of biometric and behavioral data.

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If you’re not one of the lucky few who gets to attend Google I/O this week, don't despair. The keynote will be streamed live, and we were kind enough to embed the video stream below. If you want to really get crazy, you can slap on a pair of Cardboard goggles as the event will be shot in 360-degree video.

The keynote starts at 10:00 a.m. (PDT), and we'll be there covering the conference all day.

This isn’t your only viewing option for the remainder of the conference, however. Many of the other events and developer sessions will be live streamed from the official I/O site. Sessions include What’s New in Android, Introducing Project Tango Area Learning, and Android Auto: The Road Ahead.

Better yet, Greenbot is on the ground here at the Shoreline Amphitheatre, so follow us here and on Twitter to get live updates throughout Google I/O.

This story, "How to watch the Google I/O keynote live" was originally published by Greenbot.

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