Google I/O 2013 is set to begin today and we are once again on-site to provide coverage. The keynote will take place a bit later this morning and we look forward to seeing what is announced and talked about. They keynote is scheduled for three hours and will run from 9AM PST through 12PM PST.

Of course, aside from the super-sized keynote, there will be plenty of additional coverage for the remainder of the day. And on top of that, Google I/O runs through May 17th which means we will likely see some goodies over the next few days.

We arrived on site yesterday afternoon for registration and began to do a bit of looking around. Those curious about Google Glass may want to check out the ‘on-site preview through Glass’ coverage which we posted yesterday afternoon. That included some images as well as a short video taken with Glass. Plus, you can get a brief look at the crowds that were starting to build.

The video you see above was actually recorded yesterday evening, however it once again gives a look at the building crowds. Otherwise, Google had previously released the Google I/O 2013 schedule and in addition to our coverage, those not able to attend can watch a livestream of the keynote. The streaming will be available online and by way of the Google I/O 2013 mobile app.


Finally, while we are waiting for the keynote to begin, we can take a look back at some of the predictions for this years event. We are hoping to see some hardware, however we are also expecting some software goodies covering topics such as Game Center, Ingress, Google Now, Babel (Hangouts), Chrome and of course, Android. With that, make sure to bookmark our Google I/O portal for continuing coverage.