Google's annual developers conference, which Google has been calling by the name of I/O is kicking off today. The very date 25th June is what most of the Android and Wearable products' fan have been waiting for and at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, the search engine giant will most possibly excite many soon.
But there is no need to worry, because even if you are at home, you can still watch the event via live streaming just sitting on your couch here. All you need is a good Internet speed. But if you want to know few things that could be unveiled at the event, you can continue the reading below, before the event starts.
In brief, today, Google is expected to showcase several products. One that is quite interesting is the nest generation Android version 5.0 which is rumored as Android "L." Online report suggests that this particular version will also introduce the brand new ‘Quantum Paper' design language. However, according to recent reports, Sundar Pichai who's Android and Chrome head at Google will unveil the preview version of the new OS.
Apart from this, the company will also make few smartwatches official. These include the LG G Watch, Motorola's Moto 360 and Samsung's yet to be known device. All these have a chance to be announced today as these all wearable devices run on Google's latest Android Wear platform specifically designed for wearable devices.
In addition, Android TV is also said to be in the works, and we're even hearing fantastical nano bot technology that Google might surprise us with. Also Android for the car is another thing that can be expected today.