Google has introduced seven additional features for Android, with more unique ones for US residents. These range from features boosting productivity to features increasing data privacy and safety.
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Google announced the Pixel Tablet at its developer conference today. The Android tablet is powered by Tensor G2 SoC and it is up for pre-order with a $499 price tag for the 128GB version.
This is a new open source software project from Google that was developed to help people who cannot handle typical game controllers to do so with facial expressions via a normal webcam.
Google has unveiled the Pixel 7a at its I/O 2023 event. The affordable A-Series Pixel phone will set you back $499. It comes with an upgraded camera system that lets in more light for better shots.
After many delays and numerous leaks, Google has finally announced the Google Pixel Fold, the company's first foldable smartphone powered by Google's Tensor G2 SoC and a passport-like form-factor.
About This Image will launch later this year, and will label images with when they were first indexed by Google Search, where it may have first shown up, and where it has been posted in other places
Android apps are being developed to work better on larger screens like the newly launched Pixel Tablet and Pixel Fold, including Google Calendar, YouTube Music, and even Candy Crush Soda Saga.
Google Cloud has announced its new A3 VMs are available in a private preview. They are powered by NVIDIA's H100 GPUs and are designed for training complex machine-learning models quicker.
Google has announced that it will add a way for Android phones, headphones, and tracker tags to be found even if they are offline by using their proximity to other Bluetooth devices.
Google has announced a new Large Language Model called PaLM 2 that improves upon its predecessor and is now 25 Google services including specialized services like Med-PaLM 2 and Sec-PaLM.
Google announces a new Search Labs portal for users to test new developing search features. It gives access to features that may be implemented in future and share feedback directly with the teams.
Duet AI for Google Workspace will allow users to collaborate on apps like Docs, Sheets, and more with a generative AI partner. It's available for users in Google's Workspace Labs platform.
Google Search will be getting some generative AI features that will allow users to ask follow-up questions for text searches, and will also help with the company's shopping search features.
Google announced a ton of new and upcoming updates for its Bard chatbot and also revealed there is no longer a waitlist for trying it out. The chatbot also used the more advanced PaLM 2 LLM.
Google Bard now has a Dark theme that can be toggled in the lower left of the chatbot's interface. It's not clear if automatic theme switching is supported but switching to Dark mode takes one tap.
The Magic Editor feature that's coming to Google Photos will let users remove and change items in photos with AI-based solutions. It will be added first to select Pixel phones later this year.
Google has announced new features for Maps which will take advantage of AI and Street View data to give users an immersive 3D view of their route will information such as weather and air quality.
Google is also rumored to announce even more AI features at I/O on May 10, including an update to Bard that will allow it to solve more complex math and coding problems and more Workspace AI features.
The specs for the Google Pixel Tablet have been revealed on Amazon's Japanese website, with a listing going up early ahead of Google I/O which confirms the Tensor G2 processor and 256GB of memory.
Google I/O 2023 may only be held on one day this year, May 10, but it looks like it could be one of the biggest events in Google's developer conference's history, with multiple hardware reveals.
Google has posted a quick video teaser, officially confirming the Pixel Fold foldable smartphone is on its way, with a full reveal planned for May 10 as part of the Google I/O dev conference.
The launch of Google's upcoming affordable Pixel smartphone — the Pixel 7a — is set to coincide with the Google I/O 2023 developers conference, according to an official teaser by Google India.
The unconfirmed report also says that the Google Pixel Tablet will be released with two storage options, but a traditional power brick will not be included in favor of its Charging Dock.
The Google Pixel Fold may be announced at Google I/O on May 10, but it may not actually show up in stores until June 27, 2023, according to a Twitter post from a noted tech leaker.
The new report would also seem to suggest that Google could officially announce both the Pixel Fold and Pixel 7a smartphones in May as part of the company's Google I/O 2023 reveals.
The annual Google I/O developers conference will be held May 10. We will likely get an update on the Bard chatbot, and the long-awaited Pixel Tablet, plus we could get some surprises.
Google has released Android 13 beta 2 for select devices. Several of Google's device-maker partners have also made the software available and if you qualify you should be able to download it now.
Google has shown off the Pixel Watch today at its Google I/O event. It plans to share further details in the coming months before finally making it available to consumers sometime in the fall.
After trying out for several years, Google is finally releasing its most premium product in the earbuds category: Pixel Buds Pro. They will cost $199 and will be available for pre-order on July 21.
Google has announced the Pixel 6a, the more affordable sibling to its main Pixel 6 series devices. It will begin shipping on July 28 and will set you back $449 if you decide to pick it up.
Details of the biggest and most significant update to Android since Lollipop have been leaked just days before Google's I/O event which is scheduled for May 18 through May 20, 2021.
Google has officially announced the dates of its next I/O developer conference. It will be held between May 18th and May 20th, and as you'd expect, it will be a free virtual event.
After announcing the dates of its I/O 2020 developer conference a month ago, registration is now live for the show. A general admission ticket will run you $1,150, while it's cheaper for students.
After a teaser earlier today, Google's CEO has confirmed that the I/O developer conference will take place from May 12 through 14. That means it won't overlap with Microsoft's Build this year.
As it tends to do every year, Google has posted another puzzle on its website, which can be solved to find out details about this year's I/O 2020 developer conference. It should be in May.
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At its I/O developer event, Google has revealed a few improvements to the Android TV experience, including the ability to ask the Google Assistant to watch Live TV and a streamlined Play Store.
Google has announced a handful of new advertising tools and solutions for both advertisers and publishers, which should help them target the right users and monetize their services more easily.
At this year's Google I/O, privacy was also one of the big concerns for the company, so it's introducing easier ways to manage your data, incognito mode for Search and Maps, and federated learning.
Google today at its IO conference showed off new features that will debut with the next major version of Android. They include native foldable device support, dark mode, more privacy controls, more.