Google will be kicking off its annual developer conference on Thursday (AEST) in San Francisco, California, and the company is expected to have lots of juicy news.
The Google I/O conference offers third party developers a chance to mix-and-mingle with Google engineers. In the past, the company has used the event to highlight and announce new products and initiatives. And this year's event will likely offer the same.
The company will host two keynote sessions on Thursday and Friday morning (Sydney time), where company execs are expected to talk about a new Google-branded tablet, Jelly Bean, the next iteration of the Google Android operating system and, hopefully, lots of other interesting announcements.
CNET will be there to cover all the news, starting with a live blog of the opening keynote on Thursday 2.30am AEST. We'll kick off the live blog 30 minutes earlier. You can go here to find out when that is in your time zone, as well as set a reminder. Just remember to bookmark this article to come back to on Thursday morning.