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Google's big 2.5-hour summer keynote begins on May 28th at 12:30PM ET

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Google just released the schedule for its I/O 2015 developers conference, and the show everyone will be waiting for now has a time. The company's keynote, which in the past has included things like live skydiving and bike jumps, will begin at 12:30PM ET (9:30AM PT) and is supposed to last two and a half hours. That's slightly shorter than Microsoft's recent three hour Build keynote, and a lot longer than Elon Musk's recent 20-minute keynote (though Musk was, after all, just selling a battery).

As usual, The Verge will be reporting live from I/O 2015, so tune in on May 28th to see Google's latest toys.