We should also see Google announce the release of the second Developer Preview of Android O and start its beta program for all compatible Pixel and Nexus devices. If you want to watch the opening keynote and want to know the local starting time, simply head over to Google’s official I/O website. It will not only provide you with the local timing of when the keynote will start, but also provide the full schedule and live stream links for all the sessions. Alternatively, I have also embedded the live stream below.

Apart from announcing major new features for Google Assistant, Google is also expected to reveal more about Android O at its keynote today. We should also hear more from the company about Allo, Duo, and its other services.