1. Google I/O kicks off today with a keynote event at 9 a.m. PT/12 p.m. ET. We'll be updating this story as soon as the keynote starts, but in the meantime,  here's a look at what we expect to see today:
  2. Google will be streaming the entire keynote live via YouTube, if you'd like to follow along at home.

  3. Greenbot staff writer Florence Ion and PCWorld/Greenbot's editor-in-chief Jon Phillips are hanging out in the press line, waiting to go in.
  4. Looking for more preview coverage? Head on over to Greenbot. 
  5. Could Google be talking about cars today?
  6. And we're in!
  7. And the countdown continues....
  8. I spy Hugo Barra, Android's former Vice President.
  9. Here we go! Cue the catchy music. 
  10. Sundar Pichai takes the stage. He says there are more than 1 million people watching the live stream at home. Wow!
  11. Android has more than 1 billion active 30-day users. That's 20 billion text messages sent every day, 93 million selfies, and 1 trillion steps, according to Pichai.