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Here's What to Expect From Google I/O

Google canceled last year’s annual Google I/O developers conference due to the pandemic, but this year, it’s back—virtually.Read more...
Tags: Google, Android, Science, Technology, Smartphones, Chrome Os, Computing, Tablet Computers, Fitbit, Sundar Pichai, Operating Systems, Pixel, Adt, Google Io, Alphabet Inc, Tizen OS


Google May Have Inadvertently Just Spilled the Beans About the Pixel Buds A on Twitter

Google I/O 2021 is just a couple of weeks away, but in the run-up to its annual developer conference, Google may have just accidentally confirmed the existence of the Pixel Buds A on Twitter.Read more...
Tags: Google, Android, Science, Technology, Smartphones, Mobile Phones, Computing, Sundar Pichai, Pixel, Google Io, Alphabet Inc, Google Pixel, Pixel Buds, Pixel 3, Pixel 5, Technology Internet


Android 12 May Include Feature That Will Hibernate Apps You Haven't Used in a While

You probably have a bunch of apps you’ve installed on your phone but only use rarely, so to free up some extra space, it looks like Google is giving Android 12 a new feature that will automatically delete temporary files for apps you haven’t used recently.Read more...
Tags: Google, Android, Google Play, Science, Smartphones, Software, Computing, Operating Systems, Mobile App, Google Io, Alphabet Inc, Mobile Linux, Cloud Clients, Technology Internet, Android Version History


Google I/O 2021 Kicks Off Virtually on May 18

Following Apple’s WWDC announcement and Microsoft’s Build reveal, Google has announced a date for its own developers conference, Google I/O 2021, which will kick off virtually on May 18.Read more...
Tags: Apple, Google, Science, Technology, Microsoft, Chrome Os, Computing, Google Io, Google Pixel, Google Nest, Pixel Buds, Pixel 5, Jon Prosser, Technology Internet, Outline Of Google


Google I/O 2020 Just Went From Being Online-Only to Totally Canceled

When info regarding the spread of covid-19 began circulating, Google decided to reformat its annual developer conference—Google I/O—into an online-only event. But now, due to the increased severity of covid-19 and resulting government guidelines, Google has decided to cancel Google I/O entirely. Read more...
Tags: Chrome, Google, Android, Science, Smartphones, Consumer Tech, Google Io, Google Assistant, Covid 19, Thats For Google Io 2020


Pixel 4A Price Leaks at $400: Here's Everything Else We Know

Over the past few weeks, rumors about Google’s next mid-range phone—the Pixel 4a—have been slowly trickling out. Now, a new leak has pegged the price of the Pixel 4a at $400, which means it’s a good time to rundown everything we know about the phone so far. Read more...
Tags: Google, Science, Smartphones, Leaks, Rumors, Pixel, Consumer Tech, Google Io, The Rumor Mill, Android 10, Pixel 4a, Pixel 4a Leaks


Google Is Reportedly Working on a New Chromecast Ultra Powered by Android TV

While COVID-19 may have forced Google to cancel in-person attendance of Google I/O 2020, that doesn’t mean the company isn’t working on new gadgets to show off like the rumored Pixel 4a and potentially now this: a Chromecast Ultra powered by Android TV. Read more...
Tags: Google, Android, Science, Android TV, Chromecast, Streaming, Streaming Video, Google Io, Chromecast Ultra


Google Cancels I/O Developer Conference Because of Coronavirus Concerns

Google I/O is the latest tech event to be canceled due to concerns over the coronavirus outbreak. Read more...
Tags: Google, Science, Google Io, Coronavirus


5 Little Things from Google I/O That Could Be Big News for You

Google I/O 2019 was a whirlwind of info about upcoming Android updates, demos of new features in Google Lens and Duplex, upgraded abilities for the Google Assistant, and more. But aside from all the fancy new things that got mentioned in the keynote, several other small changes, and updates that came out of Google’s…Read more...
Tags: Google, Android, Science, Podcasts, Nest, Chromebooks, Consumer Tech, Google Io, Google Home, Google Lens, Nest Hub Max, Google Io 2019


Nest, as You Knew It, Is No More

There was a lot of news at Google’s I/O developer conference this year, but when it came to the smart home, one thing stuck out. Nest, which Google bought back in 2014 for $3.2 billion, has been fully absorbed and rebranded as Google Nest. Read more...
Tags: Google, Science, Nest, Smarthome, Google Io, Google Nest, Privacy And Security, Nest Camera, Google Io 2019


Google's Now Letting Users Pay for Android Apps With Cash

While credit cards are rampant in the United States, it’s not necessarily the case in other countries where cash is still king. At this year’s Google I/O developer conference, the tech giant announced it’s adding more payment methods to its Google Play store, including cash and bank transfers.Read more...
Tags: Google, Google Play, Science, Cash, United States, Google Io, Google Io 2019, Monetize Me Baby


A Very Long List of Privacy Features Google Talked About Today at Google I/O

Google occupies a unique space when it comes to privacy. It is, after all, one of the world’s foremost collectors of information about you; from your search history and locations you visit, to what you’re watching, reading, listening to, and with whom you choose to share your time. From this information, Google…Read more...
Tags: Google, Science, Privacy, Google Io, Google Io 2019


Here's What Android Q's New Dark Theme Looks Like

There are two kinds of people in the world: people who want dark mode everything, and people who for some reason don’t care about being blinded by apps with white backgrounds at night. As you’ve probably guessed, I fall into the first camp, which is why I was curious to check out the official Dark Theme in Android Q. S…Read more...
Tags: Android, Science, Google Io, Dark Theme, Dark Mode, Android Q, Google Io 2019, Androids Dark Mode Is Real, Android Dark Theme


The Best and Worst From Google I/O 2019's Day One Keynote

Google executives just made the first batch of announcements and took their bows at this year’s I/O Developer Conference in Mountain View, California. That means the world got a sneak peek at new Google products, including some fancy AI software and even a new phone. Some of it looks awesome! Some of it looks awful.Read more...
Tags: Google, Science, Nest, Android Auto, Pixel, Google Io, Mountain View California, Google Pixel, Google Assistant, Pixel 3a, Google Io 2019, Speech Technology


Here's Everything New About Android at Google I/O 2019 (So Far...)

Android is the world’s most popular OS, but it’s not just for phones or tablets. That’s because changes to Google’s flagship operating also impacts other platforms like Android Auto and Android TV too. So here’s all the new stuff coming to the Android ecosystem later this year. Read more...
Tags: Google, Android, Science, Android TV, Android Auto, Consumer Tech, Google Io, Google Io 2019, Android Making Moves


Expanded Incognito Mode Keeps Google From Snooping on Even More Parts of Your Life

Google CEO Sundar Pichai isn’t wasting any time at this year’s I/O developer conference. But one breakout feature announced during the keynote is that Google plans to add incognito modes to both search and its Maps app.Read more...
Tags: Google, Science, Sundar Pichai, Google Io, Incognito, Google Io 2019


Everything Google Announced at I/O 2019 That Matters

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA—It’s Google I/O time, the annual smorgasboard of all things Android. This includes updates to the mobile operating system, newer (and cheaper) smartphones, various smarthome gadgets that are helpful (with a few caveats), and news about the latest additions to Google’s plate—including its…Read more...
Tags: Google, Android, Nest, Lifehacks, Pixel, Google Io


With Nest Hub Max, Google Added a Camera and Ruined the Best Thing About the Home Hub

Over the past two years, Google’s made a lot of strides when it comes to smart home tech—to the point where the Google Home Hub is our smart display of choice. At this year’s I/O developer conference, it seems like Google’s doubling down with the Nest Hub Max.Read more...
Tags: Google, Science, Nest, Smarthome, Google Io, Max Read, Smart Displays, Google Home Hub, Google Io 2019, Nest Home Max, Nest Hub Max Google


Here's How to Watch Google I/O 2019

Once again, it’s time for Google I/O. The search engine’s annual developer conference kicks off today in Mountain View, California, and is expected to showcase a number of new Google products and projects spanning Android Q, Pixel phones, and even some advancements into smart home tech.Read more...
Tags: Google, Science, Google Io, Mountain View California, Google Io 2019


Our Google I/O 2019 Liveblog Is Right Here

Google’s annual developer conference kicks off today, and it looks like this will be a big one. Although it will be hard to top that time a bunch of people jumped out of a plane while wearing Google Glass, we do expect to see Google’s software ambitions to reach new heights. Cars will probably be involved this time.Read more...
Tags: Google, Android, Science, Android TV, Android Auto, Google Io, Stadia, Wear OS, Pixel 3a, Google Io 2019


Our Google I/O 2019 Liveblog Will Be Right Here

Google’s annual developer conference kicks off today, and it looks like this will be a big one. Although it will be hard to top that time a bunch of people jumped out of a plane while wearing Google Glass, we do expect to see Google’s software ambitions to reach new heights. Cars will probably be involved this time.Read more...
Tags: Google, Android, Science, Android TV, Android Auto, Google Io, Stadia, Wear OS, Pixel 3a, Google Io 2019


Google I/O 2019 Preview: So Much Bigger Than Android on Your Phone

Alongside search, Android is one of the core pillars of Google’s success. It’s found on over a billion devices, and it’s often the first place to find new products like Google Assistant, AI-powered image recognition, and more. Android is also the foundation for Wear OS, Android Auto, and Google’s streaming TV platform…Read more...
Tags: Google, Android, Science, Smartphones, Android Auto, Google Io, Wear OS, Android Q, Google Io 2019 Preview, Google Io 2019, Wear OS Android Auto


Google's Pixel 3a Has Basically Leaked in Its Entirety

The anticipation leading up to a product’s launch can be a magical time for gadget nerds. But with Google’s Pixel 3a, the company might as well just flash a giant screen reading “We Know You Already Know” at its I/O conference on Tuesday. Read more...
Tags: Google, Science, Smartphones, Google Io, Pixel 3a, Pixel 3a Xl, Googles Leakier Than The Titanic


After All These Years, Google's Finally Adding Widgets to Wear OS

After five long years, Google has finally done what every other major smartwatch maker has already figured out: How to add widgets.Read more...
Tags: Google, Gadgets, Science, Smartwatches, Google Io, Wear OS, I Dont Care If Its Called Tiles Its Still A Widget


I Broke Google Duplex, But It's Still Impressive

Among updates about new features coming to Android P, a new direction for Android Wear, and improved image recognition in Google Lens, the thing that really stole the show at Google I/O 2018 was Duplex, the automated phone service that can make a dinner reservation or an appointment at a hair salon without you ever…Read more...
Tags: Google, Android, Science, Consumer Tech, Google Io, Phone Calls, Google Assistant, Duplex, Google Duplex, Breaking Google Duplex


Google Photos' Slick Object-Removal Feature Never Arrived Because Other Stuff Got in the Way

Remember when Google showed off a cool trick that would automatically remove things like fences or window panes from the foreground of your photos? Originally demoed at Google I/O 2017, the object-removal feature was supposed to be incorporated into Google Photos. But after waiting a year for the feature to go live,…Read more...
Tags: Google, Android, Science, Smartphones, Cameras, Google Photos, Consumer Tech, Google Io, Google Lens, No Object Removal For Google Photos, Google Photos Slick Object


Google Swears Its Duplex AI Assistant Will Tell You It's a Bot Calling

Earlier this week at the Google I/O developer festival, the company debuted Duplex, its eerily accurate human voice system that impersonates a bumbling intern making calls on your behalf. According to Google, Duplex is able to schedule appointments and book restaurant reservations by making actual phone calls for you.…Read more...
Tags: Google, Science, Voice Assistants, Google Io, Google IO 2018, Google Duplex


CNET Takes a First Look at Google Lens, An Augmented Reality Camera

The augmented reality camera updates include on-the-fly translations, better image recognition, and a way to recognize what you’re shopping for.
Tags: Google, Camera, Radio, Augmented Reality, Cnet, Google Io, General Interest, Google Lens, Google Lens An Augmented Reality Camera


All the New Features Coming to Google Lens

Lens is Google’s experimental, camera-powered search engine, but up until today, the service was buried inside Google’s Assistant and the Google Photos app. Lens still isn’t getting its own standalone app, but now Google is merging the feature into the default camera apps on a handful of Android devices, including the…Read more...
Tags: Google, Android, Science, Google Photos, Google Io, Google Lens, Google Photos app Lens


How to Try the Android P Public Beta Right Now

The next big release of Android is available today in the form of a public beta release, and you can try it now—if you happen to own one of the eleven devices that are supporting the OS update right out of the box.Read more...
Tags: Google, Android, Science, Google Io, android P, Android P Public Beta Right Now