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Google I/O 2014 Keynote Live Stream Is Now Up on Youtube

Google’s annual technology conference is held today at 9:00 AM PDT in Moscone Center, San Francisco. If you want to watch Google I/O 2014 live you should know that you have a couple of options to choose from.

The Google I/O 2014 keynote live stream will be available directly on our website, at the end of this article. As usual, Google I/O will focus on the latest technologies and innovations developed by the Mountain View-based company, being one of the most anticipated tech events of the year.

Reports are indicating that Google will detail the Android Wear platform during I/O, while manufacturers like LG, Motorola, and Samsung will officially reveal their first smartwatches powered by the new software platform. We already know how LG’s G Watch and Motorola’s Moto 360 look like, but we have no official details regarding their specifications. On the other hand Samsung’s Android Wear-powered smartwatch is a complete mystery.

The rumor mill also indicates that Google will introduce Android TV, a new software platform running on a set top-box meant to bring the Android experience in our living room. It seems that Google’s Android TV will also focus on gaming. The search engine giant is also expected to introduce “Android in the Car” and “Google Fit” which will compete against Apple’s Car Play and iOS 8 Health services.

Least, but not last, Google should also give as up preview of Android L. We don’t know yet whether it will be called Android 4.5 or Android 5.0, but Google’s Sundar Pichai confirmed yesterday in an interview for Bloomberg that we’ll get to see the new Android iteration at Google I/O 2014. It seems though Android L will not be released to the public right away, but only after a new Nexus device is introduced.

We’ve also heard reports of a new Nexus tablet manufactured by HTC, but we might not be able to see it in flash at today’s press event. If the rumors prove true, the HTC Nexus tablet sports an 8.9-inch screen, 64-bit enabled Tegra K1 processor, 2 GB RAM, 8 MP primary cam with OIS, and “aluminium zero-gap” constructions.

Before Google I/O 2014 goes live, feel free to check an article that details our expectations for Google’s annual technology event.

You can watch the Google I/O 2014 live stream below: