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Google I/O 2024 starts today, and you can join CNET's team as we report on all of the updates from the company's annual developer conference in our live show. Whether it's Google's Gemini AI, Android 15, the future of Nest or something else made by Google parent company Alphabet, the CNET team will be reporting live on all of the big reveals from the Google I/O keynote

Our livestream has started ahead of the Google I/O event, will lead directly into the keynote and include a postshow going over all of the big reveals. 

CNET's Bridget Carey and Andrew Lanxon are hosting our preshow, going over everything we expect and checking in with our on-the-ground team, which includes CNET editors Abrar Al-Heeti and Lexy Savvides, who will show off what it's like to be at Google I/O leading up to the keynote.

Our livestream will then include the full keynote. After Google's event wraps, our postshow will recap the announcements and check in with CNET Managing Editor Patrick Holland from the show floor.

You can ask questions and interact with the show using the live chat on CNET's YouTube page. CNET will also be running a live blog during the show and providing coverage throughout the developer conference.