What to expect at Google I/O 2013

Google is set to unveil new products at its annual developers conference this week. CNET's Bridget Carey breaks down the latest reports on Android, Glass, and more.

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Google will announce new products and software updates at its annual Google I/O developers conference, which kicks off Wednesday in San Francisco. Today's Update gets you prepared with a look at what's expected, such as developments around gaming, social and Google Now.

For those hoping to see Android Key Lime Pie, you might have to settle for an update to Jelly Bean with Android 4.3.

It's expected Google will show off new hardware, including an updated Nexus 7 and possibly a new Nexus smartphone.

Google Glass will also be a big topic, but the latest rumor suggests Google may even surprise the audience with a smartwatch based on Glass functionality.

Be sure to check back in with CNET Wednesday as we report live from the conference, and chat with CNET editors on what to expect at the show in a Google+ Hangout on Tuesday.

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