If you're wondering who all those nerds are in the vicinity of the Moscone Center today, it's a legion of developers who are currently getting a peek at the next version of the Android OS, called Android M, and a bunch of other stuff at the Google I/O Developer Conference. You can see the keynote stage presentation live above (or rewind it to the beginning), and here's what Gizmodo and The Verge had to say about all you can expect to be announced today. There's something do with virtual reality headsets, and cardboard, and yeah.

We'll update this post as soon as there's more concrete things to share. The event goes on through today and tomorrow.

Update: Here's The Verge's roundup of the 10 most important takeaways from today, which takes 10 minutes. Suffice it to say, optimizing Android is "a pretty big project," and there's a new revamped photo tool with cloud storage, and a bunch of stuff about wearables/watches.