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Didn’t get a ticket for Google I/O? No worries, most of the event will be streamed live online.

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This Wednesday, thousands of people will flock to San Francisco’s Moscone Center to take part in Google I/O, the company’s annual developers conference. Tickets to the event sold out in less than an hour — but there’s some good news for anyone who didn’t make the cut, or couldn’t afford to pay $900 to take part in the spectacle: Google will once again stream the event online.

Live streaming starts on Wednesday at 9:00 am PT with the keynote, and will continue throughout the day with up to five simultaneous live streams of key technical sessions as well as “exclusive interviews, product unboxings, and demos from the I/O floor,” as the I/O site puts it. Live streams will also be available on Thursday starting at 10:00 am. Unfortunately, it doesn’t look like Google will stream any of Friday’s sessions online.

All live streams can be accessed directly on the I/O site, where you can also find a detailed schedule of the conference. Or just tune into the keynote below:

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