Get ready, gang: It's time for Google I/O to begin.
Google's annual developers' conference kicks off at 9:00 a.m. PT (12:00 p.m. ET) today. The event opens with a two-hour keynote that promises to be jam-packed with juicy Google news.
We're expecting to get some sort of sneak peek at the next major Android version -- Android "M," as it's likely to be known -- as well as new info on the ongoing evolution of Chrome OS. Beyond that, rumors point to Google discussing a new smart-home platform along with a new approach to its Photos service. And you never know what other kinds of surprises might be in store.
I'm at San Francisco's Moscone Center watching it all unfold. I'll be providing live play-by-play commentary along with my Computerworld colleague Sharon Gaudin, who's also here on the floor. We'll have live streaming video so you can follow along yourself, too; just scroll down to find it all.
So, are you ready to get Googley? The action's all right here on this page, starting at 9:00 a.m. PT.