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The team at Privatoria made this a reality, helping your data to stay safe and confidential while you browse the Internet. Privatoria doesn’t require an ounce of tech background to set up, and doesn’t keep any logs of your activity; it’s quite simply the simplest way to stay secure online.

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Who wouldn't want this? Photo: Lenovo

Who wouldn’t want this? Photo: Lenovo

If Marty McFly brought a smartphone back from the future, it would likely be a lot like the Lenovo Smart Cast, the world’s first smartphone with a built-in laser projector that’s capable of displaying a virtual keyboard and apps on almost any surface.

Android Pay confirmed. Photo: @caro_milanesi

Android Pay confirmed. Photo: @caro_milanesi

Google is expected to announce Android Pay, its new Apple Pay competitor, during its I/O keynote today. But before the service is official, the company has inadvertently confirmed its arrival with a whole bunch of Android Pay signs that are dotted around Moscone West.

Don't miss Google I/O 2015! Photo: Google

Don’t miss Google I/O 2015! Photo: Google

Stuck at work and can’t tune into the Google I/O live-stream today? Don’t worry, because we’re live-blogging the whole keynote right here so you don’t have to miss a thing.

The event kicks off at 9:30 a.m. PDT (12:30 p.m. EDT), and we expect it to be a big one. In addition to Android M, you can look forward to updates for Android Wear, Android Auto, and Chrome OS; news about Android Pay, Google’s Apple Pay competitor; and maybe even new wearables.

Google I/O is going to be good this year. Photo: Google

Google I/O is going to be good this year. Photo: Google

Google I/O is one of the biggest events on the calendar for Android fans, and this year’s event is going to be just as exciting as the last. In addition to the next-generation Android upgrade, we’ll see updates to other Google platforms, and maybe even new devices.

Here are nine things that you won’t want to miss during Google I/O 2015, which runs May 28 and 29. (Updated May 27.)

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