Watch the Google I/O 2016 keynote here LIVE, and in 360 degrees


Google’s annual developer conference kicks off at the Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View, California today, starting with a keynote which the search giant traditionally uses to make big announcements. Last year Google showcased Android "M" (which later became Marshmallow), Google Photos, Google Cardboard, and Android Pay.

So what does the Google I/O 2016 keynote have in store? During past Google I/O conferences Google has unveiled the next version of Android, and there’s every reason to expect we’ll see details regarding Android "N" this year, but that’s just for starters.

It’s been rumored that the firm is planning an Amazon Echo competitor, and no doubt we can expect some more virtual reality and Chromebook news, and an Android Wear update.

All in all it promises to be an exciting keynote and things kick off at 10am PDT/1pm EDT/6pm BST. The keynote is expected to run for approximately two hours.

If you don’t have a ticket and you’re not in Mountain View, don’t worry you can tune into the keynote right here. For the first time it will be streamed in 360 degrees, so if you have a Google Cardboard to hand you can watch the event as if you were actually there.

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