Well, the time is finally (almost) upon us. Google will soon be ready to take the stage at its annual developers’ conference in San Francisco, California – more precisely, Moscone West will be filling with attendees in the coming hours, and the keynote where all the major announcements are set to go down is soon beginning. Speaking of that Google I/O keynote, you’re probably here to watch that, right? Of course you are – we’ve got you covered with an embedded streaming widget below.
What’s on the agenda? Well, Joe Levi did a fine job breaking down the finer points, but the main details include the likelihood of Android M making a debut, as well as Google sharing more about its wearable and internet-of-things products. It could take any turns (as we learned a few years back, when a live skydiver demonstration was brought to I/O to show off Google Glass), so you’ll want to be along to enjoy the ride, no matter what ends up happening this year.
The keynote is embedded right down below (you’ll be able to pull video from the embed about 30 minutes before the keynote kicks off); it’s expected to kick off at 9:30 AM Pacific (that’s 12:30 PM Eastern), and there’s no word on how long it will last. We will, of course, be publishing coverage to the site promptly after Google reveals details about its latest.