We're all-in on Microsoft around these parts.

But let's face it, even die-hard Windows phone fans are investigating other mobile platforms at this point, including Google's Android. Many of us also use Google services, such as Gmail, Google Drive and Google Maps. Frankly, we're also interested in what the competition will unveil this week — and Google always puts on a show.

If you're not familiar with Google I/O, it's the company's yearly developer conference. (Think: Build for Googlers.) In the past, it had been held in downtown San Francisco, but last year Google moved the event into its own backyard, at the Shoreline Amphitheatre, where it returns this year.

Google is sure to announce a number of Android-related developments, but you can also expect to hear updates on Chrome, Chromebooks, search, ad-tech and anything else Google dabbles in (which is just about everything).

The keynote starts at 1 pm ET/10 am PT, and you can (and should) follow along live on AC. Visit the site for ongoing coverage this week and be sure to bookmark the live blog page so you don't miss a thing.