Google's I/O keynote livestream: New Pixels? New Android? Cloud gaming? Watch here!

Google's I/O keynote livestream: New Pixels? New Android? Cloud gaming? Watch here!
What will the next major release of Android be all about? Are we going to get the "lite" versions of the Pixel 3 phones that we've been hearing so many rumors about? Will the Google Assistant creep us out with a new ability to simulate human behavior? The answers to these questions is what Google's I/O event is all about — the biggest gathering for developers and fans where Google shares what it has been up to for the past year.

Historically, the first beta build for the new Android is made available soon after the official announcement on-stage. So, that's definitely something to look forward to.

We are also hoping to get some more information on Stadia — Google's upcoming cloud gaming service, which may or may not be something to get excited about... it's just too early to tell and Google hasn't shared a whole lot of info about it yet. Especially launch details...

If you want to catch this and much more as it's unfolding live — you can watch the Google I/O opening ceremony / keynote presentation live below. It kicks off at 10 AM PDT / 1 PM EDT / 6 PM BST.

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6 Comments

1. Valdomero

Posts: 660; Member since: Nov 13, 2012

I'm only interested in Stadia, if they make it available worldwide I'll pay the subscription asap

4. TBomb

Posts: 1276; Member since: Dec 28, 2012

Next to small enhancements to Google Assistance, Stadia is the thing I'm least interested in. However, give me something really cool and I can be persuaded. Depends on the games and price really. I don't play a whole lot of them, but it would be fun to pick some back up.

5. Valdomero

Posts: 660; Member since: Nov 13, 2012

True, if they have a good mix of modern and retro games into the mix I'll be very excited about it. I don't want to spend around $1000 rig upfront. Unfortunately Nvidia GeForce Now is not available worldwide and my country sadly enough is not a 1st world one...

2. TBomb

Posts: 1276; Member since: Dec 28, 2012

This is going to be good! Let's hope there's some news o a Pixel Watch. Even if it's not amazing, it'd still be nice to see where Google thinks the Android Wear benchmark is at.

3. Stangtx07

Posts: 24; Member since: Sep 18, 2017

introduction of “Android Q”... coming to your phone in 2020.

6. chris2k5

Posts: 240; Member since: Nov 17, 2012

Android Q gestures blantant copying Apple down to the white bar and animations is downright pathetic. Doesn’t surprise me since Google has a lot of Indians and they tend to be lazy and just like to copy others.

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