Google’s annual developer conference Google I/O 2017 is starting today, and the livestream will be available online from 6pm (GMT).
At the conference, which is running from 17th-19th May, it is expected that Google will announce a number of new updates, features and capabilities for developers, shedding some light on where the company is headed.
Reports have speculated that Google will be announcing a new version of its mobile OS and Android O, as well as group notifications, more capabilities for in-app navigation and new networking features.
Google is also expected to talk about how Android will work outside of mobile and tablet devices, virtual reality developments, updates to Android Wear and changes to its home assistant technology.
The conference will open with a keynote from Sundar Pichai at 6pm this evening, and Google is livestreaming the event on its YouTube channel here.
To see the full conference schedule please click here.