Google I/O Tickets Are Gone, but Everything Is Streamed Live so You Won't Miss Out

The keynotes and the big sessions will be live, everything else will be published in 24h

By on March 27th, 2012 16:21 GMT

Tickets to Google I/O 2012 are gone, it took a little over 20 minutes for Google to sell them all. Clearly, developers are interested in Google's platforms, Chrome, Android, the APIs and so on.

But if you didn't manage to get a ticket, or simply are unable to attend, fret not, everything will be available online, for free of course.

All the keynotes will be streamed live, like they have in previous years. This means that you won't miss any of the big announcements and you'll even be able to live blog the whole thing from home.

The important sessions focusing on specific products will also be live streamed. Videos for everything that is streamed live or not will be available online after a day.

All of this means that you won't miss out much and you'll be able to do it from home without flying halfway around the world.
Many Google I/O sessions will be streamed live
   Many Google I/O sessions will be streamed live
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