Google I/O 2014 Day 0 Roundup: Registration, First Look At The Event Venue, What's To Come

Google I/O 2014 is nearly upon us and those of us who look forward to the event every year can hardly contain our excitement, in a short period of less than 12 hours from now, Google will finally be kicking off the start of this years Keynote and we likely have some pretty exciting stuff to look forward to. From everything Android Wear which includes the LG G Watch, and the Moto 360, to Android TV which we should be seeing something about during tomorrows big event, there's certainly lots of new Android stuff to be pumped about this year. While we may not see any new actual Android devices at this year's event, we'll still get to see what the LG G Watch  looks like up close and personal for the first time.

The day before the official event begins doesn't contain much excitement for those who aren't physically attending, but there's something to be said about walking through those big glass doors and seeing endless views of Googley signage everywhere you look. The trip to Moscone Center West was short and sweet, as registration lasted a mere few minutes, but the attendance badge and a swanky Google I/O Tee and water bottle soon followed which only served to make things more real in anticipation for tomorrow morning. What will be the first talking point of the keynote? When exactly will we get to see the LG G Watch? And how does the next version of Android fit in with all this? Will we really get a preview during tomorrow's happenings? We find out very, very soon, but those are only a few of the goodies expected to be unveiled.

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