Google I/O 2019: How to watch and keep up with the biggest developments

I / O — Google’s annual conference developer — starts next week, and we look forward to hearing what’s in store for the search giant. For 2019, we hope Google I / O will be packaged with all the details of Google’s streaming services from new midrange Pixel phones to more.

We anticipate that most of the major announcements will be made (we’re looking at you, Android Q), and we’ll cover it live and synthesize the key events, but if you want to watch live the revelations as they happen, what about them? It’s easy to do that, don’t worry. Here’s how you can watch Google I / O 2019 from watching the keynote to watching closely the schedule.

When is it?

Google I / O 2019 is an event that runs from May 7 to May 9 for several days. Everything begins at 10 a.m. with the keynote. PST will continue for at least an hour, if not more, on May 7, and is expected. We expect Google to emphasize a lot, so be ready for a few large ads.

After the keynote is finished, a series of sessions running over the three days will continue for Google I / O. On Google’s I / O website and on the Google I / O app you can find the complete schedule. They’re mostly designed for developers, but some will be fashionable about things which we didn’t see before and a deeper dive into announcements at the keynote will still be interesting.

How to Watch it?

If there are examples from last years, it will be easy to tun into Google’s keynote. Google’s I / O keynote speech will be broadcast live on the YouTube channel of Google Developers, where all major announcements are issued. It begins at 10:00 a.m. P.S.T. on Tuesday 7 May and our article “What to Expect” will also be integrated into the live stream at the top of the page. In our Google I / O 2019 hub, we will also post time and date reminders, so keep an eye on it.

You will also be able to receive the latest news and information from our team on the ground if you want a more personal approach. Follow the latest developments by Mobile Editor Julian Chokkattu and Juliana Jara from DT Espanol, while new developments are highlighted in Digital Trend and DTMobile Twitter.