Video, key announcements and a liveblog - the best coverage of the Google I/O 2013 keynote as it happened.
Yesterday evening Google kicked off the Google I/O 2013 with the keynote speech. The Google I/O 2013 keynote lasted for a couple of hours, and saw the announcements of several key new Google products. On this page we brought you the best coverage of the Google I/O keynote - live video, key Google announcements as they happened, and a Liveblog courtesy of our colleagues from PC World who were in San Francisco to proffer expert comment on the event as it happened.
Watch the video and relive the Liveblog to enjoy the best coverage of Google's big announcement. (See also: What to expect from Google I/O: Google I/O 2013 predictions and Google announces Play Music All Access rival to Spotify.)
Google I/O 2013 keynote video
Google I/O 2013 keynote blog
Our Google I/O 2013 keynote predictions
Here's what we predicted: watch the video to see what we got right and wrong:
We're not expecting today's keynote to be the most radical announcement Google will ever make, but expect some interesting things to come out of today's speech. There will, for instance, be a new version of Android. But it remains to be seen whether that will be Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie. Similarly we expect a new Nexus device - but it might be just a retread of the Nexus 7. Google Glass will no doubt get a mention, but we'd be surprised if we get a full launch date and pricing details. (See also: What is Google Glass? Everything you need to know.)
Instead we expect some new Chromebooks - potentially from big players in the laptop world. And expect news on Chrome and Google's web apps.
Of course we could be wrong - the only way to find out is to tune it at 5pm today!