May 15, 2013 10:16 AM EDT
The moment of the heavily anticipated Google I/O 2013 Conference has finally arrived. The conference will begin with a three hour keynote scheduled to begin at 9 AM PST where the company will introduce what will be discussed in the conference, mainly the Android OS, Android gaming software, Google maps, Google Plus and hardware like the Google Glass.
The conference is not expected to be product heavy this year and will focus more on app developers. There are still some things for people to look forward to, mainly updates to existing products like the Nexus 4 and Nexus 7. The new JellyBean 4.3 OS will also likely be discussed with Key Lime Pie 5.0 taking a backseat for now. Google Music and its ability to compete with services like Spotify and Pandora are also likely to be a hot topic.
One thing the gamer community can look forward to is the finally confirmed Google Play Game Center. We have some idea of what features it will have but the conference will give us a much clearer picture of what to expect from it. The conference itself will feature some interesting technology from the Data Sensing Lab.
Don’t miss it. Watch live HERE.
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