The conference sold out in early March, but you can still catch the Android action, Google Chrome chatter, and more.
Google will be offering a keynote live stream on its Developers' Channel on YouTube.
Alternately, you can follow @Googleio on Twitter for the latest information on the Google I/O sessions, or track tweets from the event with the hashtag #io2010. (See the Twitter feed below for the latest news.)
What's Google I/O? Here's the official description from Google:
Join us for two days of deep technical content featuring Android, Google Chrome, Google APIs, GWT, App Engine, open web technologies, and more.
Google I/O features 80 sessions, more than 5,000 developers, and over 100 demonstrations from developers showcasing their technologies. Talk shop with engineers building the next generation of web, mobile, and enterprise applications.