With just under two hours to go before the Google I/O 2013 keynote kicks off, there’s already been a few ideas of what we can expect to see. Let’s hope we are not disappointed with this year’s event, which will see the keynote last for around two hours.
There will be various ways for you to keep up-to-date with what will be discussed during the event, such as the Google I/O 2013 keynote live stream video and blogs as well.
If you are interested in the Google I/O 2013 live video stream, then we have embedded it for you below. This is the easiest way to see just what we can expect during the year, but we cannot guarantee there will not be any issues, as we expect servers to get very busy.
Developers can gain more insight by visiting Google’s Developers page. Not only can you view the keynote from today, but also watch several Android sessions as well.
Some of you would much prefer to follow Google I/O 2013 keynote live blogs, as not only do you get to learn what Google has planned, you also get the thoughts from bloggers as well. There are several to choose from, such as Engadget and ComputerWorld.
Whatever way you decide to follow what’s going on from San Francisco’s Moscone Center, we do hope we get to see the next version of Android.
What do you hope to see from today’s keynote?
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