The annual Google I/O conference always has a few spectacular moments, and if you want to keep-up with the press that got to attent today, then you can check out the keynote live as it takes place.
Google is using YouTube to live-stream the event, we will be keeping reporting today’s events for you as well but nothing is quite as good as watching live, so we wanted to make sure that you got a front-row seat to the event. The two-day event starts at 9:00 a.m. PT/12:00 p.m. ET. From product launches to new services and talks about future plans, you will catch all of the information from the I/O in San Francisco by checking out the live stream above.
Big hits from last year were the Nexus 7 tablet, an Android update (Jelly Bean 4.1) and the failed Nexus Q media console, and the announcement of a little gadget known as Google Glass. This year we expect to hear about a new Android update, a new Chrome OS, more on Google TV and glass and of course brand-new ideas yet to be disclosed.