UPDATE: The Google live blog tool I'm using apparently cuts off the live updates after just a handful of posts. Jump over to my Google+ page to see all of my updates.
Live from San Francisco, It's Google I/O 2012!
I'm at Google's developer conference for the next few days, and I plan to cover all of the comapny's major Android-related announcements, whether they are related to a rumored Nexus tablet, the Android "Jellybean" 4.1 OS or anything else, via blog posts and analysis stories. But I'm also trying something new--for me at least: A live blog.
And I'm not just live blogging a keynote address or specific session. I'm going to live blog the whole event. As such, my updates won't be machinegunned at you for an hour or two during a keynote and then stop, though updates during major announcements will be more frequent. Instead, I'm going to continue to update this live blog until the end of I/O. So leave this post open in a browser window--the live blog will automatically update without refreshing the page--or check back often.
The box above my live blog stream will also play live video from Google's day one (Wednesday, June 27 at 12:30 pm ET) and day two keynote addresses (Thursday, June 28 at 1:00 pm ET).
If you have any questions, feel free to drop them in the comments or let me know if you want images or information on anything in particular.