Depending on your time zone, Google I/O kicks off either later today or tomorrow morning. The event is scheduled to begin at 9AM PDT and, like always, is being held at Moscone Center in San Francisco.
The event will start with a two hour keynote from Sundar Pichai, current head of Chrome OS and Android, where he is expected to unveil Android TV, reveal more features about Android Wear and even preview the upcoming version of Android.
If you will not be able to make it to the event, worry not as Google will be live streaming the event and is also holding extended I/O events throughout the world.
If you will be following the live event, check out the local time as to when the event starts from the image below. You definitely don’t want to miss the keynote because you miscalculated the local time, right?
When is the Google I/O event scheduled to start in your local time zone? Are you going to pull an all-nighter like me or will you have to take a leave from work to catch up with the event? Drop in a comment and let us know!