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Google I/O kicks off tomorrow, here's how to follow along

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Google I/O, Google's annual developer conference, kicks off at 9am PDT tomorrow (5pm UK time) with an epic 3 hour keynote. Here's our guide to following along.

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It goes without saying that we'll be following what happens at I/O and letting you know what's new and exciting as it happens with our own thoughts on any announcements. Keep an eye on the site or follow @modaco and @paulobrien on Twitter.

We'll also be liveblogging our thoughts during the keynote.

Livestreams

Google will be livestreaming the keynote and technical sessions on the I/O live page, after which they'll be posted to the Google Developers live page.

YouTube

Google have said that they'll be posting session videos on their YouTube channel as soon as possible after they complete.

Google Developers on G+

Google Developers on Google+ will be posting major announcements as they happen.

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