Google’s annual pilgrimage for developers at San Francisco’s Moscone West Convention Center has just begun with a keynote at 9am Pacific Time. If you aren’t among the lucky few that managed to book tickets online (they sold out in 59 minutes), chances are you’ll be keeping tabs on key announcements from your home or work. We’re living in the age of video so why not watch the keynote instead read about it?

Plus, for the first time in Google I/O history, you’ll be able to join us throughout the two days at I/O Live. We’ll live stream the two keynote presentations, two full days of Android and Chrome technical sessions, and the After Hours party. Recorded videos from all sessions across eight product tracks will be available within 24 hours after the conference.

Tuning in couldn’t be easier. Read on…

The search monster has set up a dedicated Google I/O Live site with live video feed that lets you remotely enjoy the two-day conference – it’s the next best thing to being there in person. Alternatively, check out the Google developers channel on YouTube. Another must-have resource is the official Google I/O site hosting stats for key developer, sessions descriptions, FAQ and other useful resources. If you’re on the go, check out the mobile Google I/O site or #io2011 on Twitter. Oh, and don’t forget to follow @googleio.

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