Google's upcoming developer conference, I/O, is less than a week away, and we're expecting some big announcements. From Android 4.3, to a higher resolution Nexus 7, hype is reaching its crescendo as fans, journalists and developers alike wait with bated breath. Events like these always draw enormous crowds, but not everyone has the means to attend. So Google will stream it live, starting May 15 at 9 a.m. PT.

Whether you're on a computer, tablet or phone, fans can follow the event as it happens, with coverage also available for May 15 and May 16, starting at 9 a.m. PT through 7 p.m. PT. That's ten hours of nonstop Google coverage each day, where you'll see exclusive one-on-one interviews and in-depth hands-on following big product announcements. Additionally, the keynote and all sessions will be recorded and made available through the Google Developers YouTube channel, so you'll never miss a beat.

TechnoBuffalo will be on the ground next week, where we're hoping to see a new Nexus 4 and maybe the announcement of Google Now for the desktop. Google typically has a surprise or two up its sleeve, and we still have no idea what to expect with Android 4.3, so we're very exciting for the event to kick off. If, like me, you can't attend, you can watch the entire thing through Google's developers website.