During Google's annual developers' conference on Wednesday, called Google I/O, we expect the online search giant to wow us (or at least try) with several new products lines it expects to roll out over the course of 2013. Last year's conference gave us our first look at Google Glass (delivered via skydiver). What new goods and services (not to mention stunts) are up Google's sleeve this year? Rumored to be on the docket: a new streaming-music service, an update to Google Maps, a new version of Android -- and more.
Watch live as the Mountain View, Calif. company continues its aggressive expansion beyond the search business that made it rich and famous. The keynote speech starts at 12 p.m. ET. You can watch a livestream on YouTube below. If you're looking for even more live coverage, click over to the liveblogs at TechCrunch and Engadget (which, like the Huffington Post, are owned by AOL). And of course, check back with HuffPost as the story develops.
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