Google's I/O developer conference is about to kick off and run for two days in Mountain View, California, and some pretty exciting stuff might be unveiled. We could see Android 4.5 (or 5.0!), updates on the status of Google Glass, or solid info on Android Wear and the future of Chrome and Chromecast and Google+.
If you're up early tomorrow morning, you can watch the live stream with us; we'll be live-blogging all the news as it happens. The live stream of Google's keynote event will kick off at 2AM AEST on Thursday 25th June.
If you have an Android smartphone, you can download the official Google I/O 2014 app to watch the keynote live stream. If you don't, you can check out the live stream on Google's I/O 2014 website. We'll add in a link to the live stream video as soon as it's available.
What are you expecting to see from Google at the I/O keynote? Let us know in the comments below.