Google I/O, the annual conference for developers, kicks off today with a keynote at 9:30 am Pacific Time / 12:30 pm Eastern. The proceedings will likely dominate the news round-up that I’ll be posting later this afternoon, but hardcore fandroids can watch the magic happen live.
Be warned, though: previous keynotes have clocked in at more than three hours long, so they’re not for the faint of heart.
Most tech bloggers who aren’t actually attending the event (myself included) will be watching a livestream direct from the Google I/O site. Alternately, if your data plan is able to withstand three hours of streaming hi-def video, you could always download the official Google I/O app and watch it on your phone.
The big news will undoubtedly be the next version of Android, codenamed “M” and rumoured to support the following:
As I write this, the keynote gets underway in less than five hours. Look for all the highlights later this afternoon!