Google I/O 2014 Keynote will officially start at 9 a.m. PT on Wednesday, June 25. The annual two-day developer conference featuring highly technical, in-depth sessions and showcasing the latest from Google's product teams and partners will be held at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, California.
While most of the attendees are web, mobile, and enterprise developers, a vast number of viewers watching online through live stream and live blog will be those anticipating the unveiling of Google's next generation of products during the 2-hour Keynote sessions. In 2013, co-founder Sergey Brin came on stage to demonstrate the Google Glass, and he said that it was his goal to bring it to the mass in the following year. Thus, we can take Brin's word for Google Glass and see how they will implement the business plan.
As Google has talked extensively about Android Wear, most tech enthusiasts find it safe to say that Google's new platform for wearable devices will be featured at the developer conference. The Verge reported that Samsung may debut a smartwatch running Android Wear this year.
Google Nexus 6, Nexus 8, Nexus 10 2 are all rumored to be unveiled also, but if none of them is, it is expected that the Keynote speaker will give some clues to the highly-anticipated Google phones. In addition, some speculate that the newest Android operating system 5.0 is also on the verge of release.
Google+, Google Chrome, Google Glass, Google Apps, App Engine and other Google Cloud Platform products, Maps, Commerce, and Google TV are products that have been introduced, so anything related to them would be on the updates that will enhance users' experiences and allow for easier integration and use.
Google I/O 2014 will be available for live stream even on your mobile devices through the Google I/O 2014 app, which can be downloaded through Google Play store. Among the list of personalized features to help navigate the developer's conference, those watching the conference from a coffee shop, work, or at the comfort of their homes will be able to watch the Keynote and sessions through live stream. The app is optimized for phones and tablets of all shapes and sizes.
Those wanting to watch the keynote on live stream via desktop devices can access Google I/O 2014's website. Live blog coverages are provided by CNET,