Follow Google I/O with live-streaming Android app

Google is making it easier than ever to keep up with its annual conference thanks to YouTube streaming. Watch the keynote addresses from the comfort of your PC and hear the announcements as they happen.

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Google I/O 2010 Android app Cyrket

The interest in Google I/O has heated up these last few weeks as Android leaks keep hitting the Internet. As we head into the two-day conference, which begins on Wednesday, May 19, all eyes will be on Google's keynote announcements.

CNET will be there to cover the conference, but Google also announced last week that it will be streaming the keynote addresses live via YouTube, letting anyone and everyone get the news first-hand.

The schedule for I/O's keynotes are as follows:

Day 1 Keynote: Wednesday, May 19, 9:00 -10:30 a.m., PT
Day 2 Keynote: Thursday, May 20, 8:30-10:00 a.m., PT

For those actually attending the annual event, Google has released an Android application to monitor sessions and fireside chats. Aside from having a digital copy of the schedule, the app provides a conference map, information about companies in the Developer Sandbox, and a spot to take notes during sessions.

You can get the application for free from the Android Market, but be advised, you'll need Android 2.0 or higher to install Google I/O 2010.