Google announces new products and services every day, but it only holds a big shindig once a year. Google I/O — like Microsoft BUILD and Apple WWDC — is Google’s premiere event for developers. May 28 and 29, thousands will pour into the Moscone Center in San Francisco where Google will hold developer sessions to talk about all its new plans for 2015. We’ll learn what Google has cooking for projects like Android M, Nexus phones, Android Wear, Android Pay, Android TV, Android Auto, Google Maps, Google Glass (if it still exists), Chromecast, and maybe a few things we didn’t even know about. Stay tuned as we provide live updates before, during, and after the show.