From wearables to home automation, Google will have plenty to talk about when its annual developer conference kicks off on Wednesday.
What investors will be looking for is an explanation of how the company plans to turn all of its moonshot projects into profits.
"For investors it will be more about the big picture. Investors are concerned Google has been throwing a lot of money after hardware projects and initiatives where there's no clear return objective or timing of return," said Victor Anthony, an analyst at Topeka Capital Markets.
Google certainly has no shortage of lofty endeavors. The company's in-house projects range from its driverless cars, to Google Glass to its push into the connected home with its purchase of Nest. It also seeks to expand the reach of its Android operating system.