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Google I/O 2015 Live Stream: Watch the keynote here

Google’s annual developer conference kicks off later today with promises of the big Android M unveil and new hardware announcements.

To ensure you’re kept up to date with all the latest from the Mountain View-based tech giant, Google has confirmed it will be live streaming a number of the show’s major events, including this evening’s keynote.

To watch the Google I/O 2015 live stream, you need to head over to the dedicated section of the company’s I/O website – right here.

Alternatively, you can simply check out the YouTube livestreem embed below.

Tonight’s big reveal will kick off at 5:30pm BST (9:30am PST) and is expected to run until around 8pm (12pm).

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One of the biggest nights of the year for the search giant turn tech behemoth, Google I/O 2015 has been tipped to see key announcements in a number of markets.

From a worked family of Google Glass wearables to the introduction of an Apple HomeKit rival, I/O is expected to see Google push heavily into an array of new territories.

What would you like to see debuted at Google I/O? Let us know via the comments section below.

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