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What to expect from Google I/O 2021

Google I/O is back as a virtual event and free to everyone who wants to attend.
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Google I/O will return as a virtual event May 18-20

When the pandemic arrived in the U.S. early last year, companies scrambled to figure out what to do with their long-standing, in-person developer events. For Apple and Microsoft, that meant going virtual – something companies have done with mixed results. For Google, it meant calling off I/O all together. The company canceled the developer conference traditionally held each May at Mountain View, California’s Shoreline Amphitheater. “Out of concern for the health and safety of our developers, emp...
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Android 11: Everything you need to know

Everything you need to know about Android 11, Google's big 2020 software release, including release dates
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Google cancels I/O developer conference in light of COVID-19 crisis

Google announced on Twitter today that it was canceling its annual I/O developer conference out of concern for the health and safety of all involved. It will not be holding any online conference in its place either. “Out of concern for the health and safety of our developers, employees, and local communities — and in line with recent ‘shelter in place’ orders by the local Bay Area counties — we sadly will not be holding I/O in any capacity this year,” the company tweeted. This is not a small ...
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Google I/O 2020 is now completely canceled, including any online events

Google initially canceled the in-person event earlier this month
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Google I/O 2020 Cancelled Over Coronavirus

Google axed its biggest annual event, the three-day I/O developers conference, becoming the latest confab to pull the plug over concerns about the coronavirus outbreak. I/O 2020 had been set to run in Mountain View, Calif., from May 12-14. Last year’s conference, featuring keynotes, panel discussions and a first look at Google’s latest developer products […]
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Don’t worry, it’ll still be sweet: Everything you need to know about Android 11

Everything you need to know about Android 11, Google's big 2020 software release, including release dates
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Google I/O 2020 dates now set in stone, and that means Android 11 is coming

Google will hold the annual Google I/O 2020 developer conference between May 12 and May 14 in California.
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Digital Trends Live: Google I/O wrap-up, Lyft and Uber strike, and more

On this episode of DT Live, we discuss the Google I/O conference, the Lyft and Uber strike, Amazon’s New York Go store, Germany’s electric delivery truck highway, Japan’s successful rocket launch, and more. The post Digital Trends Live: Google I/O wrap-up, Lyft and Uber strike, and more appeared first on Digital Trends.
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Google is making it easier to add streaming video services to Android TV

With competition heating up between smart TV platforms from Amazon, Roku, and Apple, Google is helping Android TV users get more from the platform. It's going to reduce the number of steps needed to add new streaming video apps. The post Google is making it easier to add streaming video services to Android TV appeared first on Digital Trends.
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With Chrome Portals, Google makes websites feel more like web apps

Soon, navigating a web page to look up recipes and buy the ingredients to cook up your dish will be as seamless and fluid as a web app. Google is introducing Portals and Web Packaging in Chrome to enable this new experience. The post With Chrome Portals, Google makes websites feel more like web apps appeared first on Digital Trends.
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Android TV Gets One-Click Subscriptions, Revamped Play Store This Year

Android TV didn’t get any keynote stage time at Google’s I/O developer conference in Mountain View, Calif. Tuesday, but the company still used the event to share some updates for its smart TV platform. Most notably, Android TV will be making making it easier to sign up for video subscription services. To do this, Google […]
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The Next Version of Android Adds Live Captions to Every Video App

When Google introduced the next version of its Android operating system at its Google I/O developer conference in Mountain View, Calif. Tuesday, it also previewed a new feature that could give a massive boost to video viewing on the go: Live Caption will allow Android users to turn on captions for any video running on […]
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Android Q and midrange Pixels: Here’s everything we saw at Google I/O 2019

Well that's all she wrote folks. Google I/O 2019's keynote is over, and with it, we know the major announcements for this part of the year. From all-new Pixel phones, to more Android Q, here's everything we saw. The post Android Q and midrange Pixels: Here’s everything we saw at Google I/O 2019 appeared first on Digital Trends.
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The Nest Hub Max is the first addition to Google’s revamped Nest family

Quite a few noteworthy things happened at today’s Google I/O event, including some sheer breakthroughs in the way the company processes, stores, and protects data… however on the hardware front, the Nest Hub Max may have been the keynote’s biggest reveal. Google’s shifted all its home accessories to the Nest brand, leaving core operations to Google, and hardware for homes to its then-thermostat-and-security company, Nest. The Nest Hub Max is in, a lot of ways like the Google Home Hub, but take...
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Google Launches Pixel 3a Phone for $399

Google added a new mid-range device to its phone line-up Tuesday: The new Pixel 3a is available for $399 effective immediately. The company is also bringing its entire phone line-up, including last year’s Pixel 3 and Pixel 3XL, to a range of new mobile carriers, including Sprint and T-Mobile. The Pixel 3a comes with a […]
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Google’s Project Euphonia wants to make voice recognition work for people with speech impairments

For those with speech impairments, artificial intelligence-powered voice recognition technology simply doesn’t work for them. Google is trying to fix that. Today at Google I/O, Google unveiled Project Euphonia, to explore how artificial intelligence can better recognize those with speech impairments and other types of speech patterns. “We also want to help those with speech disorders or people whose speech has been affected by a stroke or ALS,” Google CEO Sundar Pichai said at I/O. “Researche...
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Google Discontinues ‘Works With Nest’ Program, Tightens Smart Home Privacy Rules

As Google is further integrating the Nest brand, it is also introducing some significant changes to the way Nest products will work. The most notable one: The company will discontinue its Works With Nest program this summer, which has the potential to break a number of existing smart home integrations. Google is justifying this step […]
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Google Unveils Nest Hub Max Smart Display With Built-in Camera for Video Chats and Home Security

Google used its I/O developer conference in Mountain View, Calif. Tuesday to introduce a new smart display device: Nest Hub Max, as the device is being called, features a 10-inch screen, a better-sounding speaker, and an integrated camera for video chatting that doubles as a Nest security camera and also offers gesture control. Nest Hub […]
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Google is bringing AI assistant Duplex to the web

Last year at Google I/O, the tech giant’s annual developer conference in Mountain View, Calif., the company showed off a splashy demo of an artificial intelligence assistant, Duplex, that could book reservations on your behalf via the phone. Now, Google is gearing up to launch Duplex on the Web, Google CEO Sundar Pichai announced at Google I/O this morning. Duplex, which is live in 44 states, is now expanding beyond the phone and voice to the web. To start, Duplex will be focused on a couple of ...
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Google Assistant gets driving mode

Google’s Assistant app for your phone is getting a voice-enabled driving mode, the company announced today at its annual developer conference. The idea is to bring relevant activities front and center. The Driving Mode dashboard features personalized suggestions for navigation, messages, calling and media. Within driving mode, for example, you can see if you have a dinner reservation and if so, can quickly tap to navigate there via Google Maps. Once you’re in navigation, you can say, “Hey, Go...
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Android Q? New devices? Live updates from the Google I/O keynote

Google I/O 2019 is finally here, and it's time to find out exactly what Google has in stock for us. Rumors have been floating around for months, and we're excited to find out which of the many whispers are proved correct. The post Android Q? New devices? Live updates from the Google I/O keynote appeared first on Digital Trends.
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Watch the Google I/O 2019 keynote right here

Google’s annual developer conference starts today, beginning as usual with a consumer-focused keynote where the company unveils new technology — devices, software, services and more for the first time. Today, we’re expecting to get news about Google’s new budget Pixel device, the Pixel 3a; its new mobile operating system Android Q; a new smart hub for the home, the Google Hub Max; and perhaps updates to other recently announced technology like game streaming service Stadia or the A.I. technology...
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Google I/O 2019: What to expect, from Android Q to Pixel 3a and more

It's almost time for Google to show us its most highly-anticipated releases of early 2019. But what can you expect at Google I/O 2019? More details of the new Android version are certain, but there are seemingly a few surprises. The post Google I/O 2019: What to expect, from Android Q to Pixel 3a and more appeared first on Digital Trends.
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Google I/O 2019: How to watch and keep up with the biggest developments

Google I/O is almost here, and we're excited to find out what Google has planned. But what if you're not happy to receive your news second-hand? Here's how to watch the Google I/O keynote and stay up-to-date. The post Google I/O 2019: How to watch and keep up with the biggest developments appeared first on Digital Trends.
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Digital Trends Live: Google I/O preview, Blue Origin rocket test, and more

On the latest episode of DT Live, we preview the Google I/O conference, and discuss the Pixel 3a leak, Blue Origin’s space tourism rocket launch, contact lenses with AR capabilities, Bethesda’s Rage 2 release, and more. The post Digital Trends Live: Google I/O preview, Blue Origin rocket test, and more appeared first on Digital Trends.
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Google I/O 2019 scheduled from May 7 to 9

Google, following the trend it follows every year, has set the I/O conference at the Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View, California this year too. The event will kickstart on May 7th and go through until the 9th. At the conference, Google will introduce Android Q and updates to its products.  May 7/8/9 Shoreline Amphitheatre Mountain View, CA Also Hi secret Google account @internaltest189 Why was 6 afraid of 7? #transmissionreceivedhttps://t.co/VwWG7e8vXU pic.twitter.com/jobD6zmSBR — T...
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Google Home will stamp its passport in at least seven new countries this year

Google is slated to double the number of national markets in which the Google Home and Google Home Mini can be found this year. The Google Assistant-enabled smart speakers are now available in 11 countries around the world. The post Google Home will stamp its passport in at least seven new countries this year appeared first on Digital Trends.
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Augmented reality’s latest trick? Simplifying directions on Google Maps

At Google I/O, the company gave us a sneak peek at what's yet to come from Google Maps. No matter how nonexistent your sense of direction might be, Google can help with its new visual positioning system. The post Augmented reality’s latest trick? Simplifying directions on Google Maps appeared first on Digital Trends.
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YouTube rolls out new tools to help you stop watching

Google’s YouTube is the first streaming app that will actually tell users to stop watching. The company at its Google I/O conference this week introduced a series of new controls for YouTube that will allow users to set limits on their viewing, and then receive reminders telling them to “take a break.” The feature is rolling out now in the latest version of YouTube’s app along with others that limit YouTube’s ability to send notifications, and soon, one that gives users an overview of thei...
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