Update: We’ll begin shortly. Video embedded at the bottom.
Google I/O one of the company’s most important events every year. It’s that time for developers to meet, and for Google to meet them and us with its latest and greatest evolution in products and software. This event has historically been used to showcase the future of Android in both hardware and software, and even though our hardware expectations are still grim, anything can happen in the next couple of ours.
Even though we’ve seen products like the Google Nexus 7 and even the Chrome Cast announced years ago, we’re hoping that all the rumors behind the Google Nexus 6 or the Google Nexus 8 or 9 might happen today, aside from a long list of predictions that we have in both text and video.
Google has been kind enough to live-stream today’s event, which is happening today, Wednesday, June 25th, 9:00 AM Pacific, 12:00 PM Eastern which you can watch here. Once the event is done, please our Editorial Roundtable as we give you our first impressions of everything that happened at Google I/O 2014.
You can tune in to watch us comment on news in real time, as usual, in a live, public (but closed) hangout today, at 3:30 PM Eastern. This post will be updated with our hangout once we go live.