Liveblog: Google I/O Keynote Day 1

Every year, Google holds a conference for developers called Google I/O. It usually serves as the launching ground for new Google products and services. We could hear about a new version of Android (likely dubbed "Jelly bean", or Android 4.1), new features or designs for Google search, changes to Google+, and more. The big rumor this year is that Google will release its own branded tablet at an aggressive low price.

Be the first to hear about Google's latest and greatest by following along as we liveblog the keynote presentation, scheduled to begin at 9:30 a.m. Pacific time on Wednesday, June 27.

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