Google I/O 2013 keynote: livestream and live blog

May 15, 2013
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We are hosting the livestream of the Google I/O 2013 opening keynote, and Nate Swanner and Joshua Vergara will pitch in with their impressions from Moscone West in a live blog.

The opening keynote of the Google I/O 2013 conference is scheduled to begin soon, with thousands of developers, enthusiasts, and journalists already heading towards the San Francisco venue where Google is set to unveil its new projects. Among them, our Nate Swanner and Joshua Vergara, who are as excited as they can be to see what Google is up to.

This year, Google has opted to have one big (it’s three hours long!) keynote, instead of the two smaller events it held last year. That means that much of the exciting stuff that Googlers have been working on in the last months will be shown today.

You can watch the Google I/O 2013 keynote livestream right here.

Google I/O keynote livestream

Watch on YouTube.

We know that some of you can’t watch the streaming video for one reason or the other. Don’t worry, you can still keep up with the keynote in real time by following our live blog. Nate will offer his impressions, while our master videographer Josh will fix you up with photos from the event. You can pitch in with questions and comments!

Google I/O keynote live blog

During and after the event, we’ll post on all the new developments and update this post with links. Bottom line, when something noteworthy happens, you will find out about it here, so stay tuned.

Until the Google I/O livestream starts, tell us, what do you expect to see today? There’ve been some crazy rumors, and some more believable ones. What’s your favorite?

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Comments

  • Michael Crider

    Since Android Authority decided to shamelessly cover up the link to the public YouTube livestream, here it is for all you SEO visitors: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=9pmPa_KxsAM

  • http://twitter.com/ExcelionYogi Sergio García

    Did you noticed that most of the countries where Android penetration is less than 10% are the ones where product store isn’t available? (where you need to pay >$500 to get a Nexus device)

  • OMGgary

    Stock Android Galaxy S4! Excellent move by Samsung & Google.