Google I/O: Everything you need to know

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Google I/O is the company’s annual developer conference that takes place around the end of June of every year. In 2014, the event is scheduled for June 25th and 26th, with the main keynote conference starting at 9AM PST. As with the past years, the 2014 edition promises to be exciting and full of new product announcements, for the public and developers alike. We’re expecting a preview of the next L version of Android, imminent availability of Android Wear devices, more details about Android TV, and so much more.

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Google I/O 2022 Keynote Roundup: All the Products Google Launched

Google I/O 2022 Keynote Roundup: All the Products Google Launched

Google’s annual conference for developers, Google I/O, is finally underway. The event kicked off on May 11 with a keynote address where the company outlined all the conference’s major hardware and software-related announcements. Here’s an overview of all the major announcements from Google I/O 2022’s keynote address.

Google I/O 2022: How to Watch and What to Expect

Google I/O 2022: How to Watch and What to Expect

Google’s annual conference for developers is here, set to commence on May 11. Despite the focus on developer-centric updates, the event usually sheds light on the next major Android update, upcoming Pixel smartphones and devices, and other Google-branded smart devices. This year seems to be no exception.

Google I/O Set to Be Held on May 11

Google I/O Set to Be Held on May 11

Google has announced that it plans to hold its annual developer conference called “Google I/O” on May 11. Unfortunately, though, this year’s two-day-long event will be virtual, and few in-person attendees will be allowed.

Google Confirms It’s Been Prototyping Foldable Phones For ‘a Long Time’

Google Confirms It’s Been Prototyping Foldable Phones For ‘a Long Time’

Samsung isn’t having much luck with its first foldable smartphone, the Galaxy Fold. Huawei has the Mate X on the way. Motorola has a new foldable RAZR coming down the pipe, too. So maybe it shouldn’t be surprising that Google has been toying with the idea, too.

Google Maps New Features Make it Easier to Find New Spots

Google Maps New Features Make it Easier to Find New Spots

Google Maps is not just about getting directions from one spot to the other. Google has been working to improve the platform so people can find new places, too.

Google I/O 2018 Takes Place Between May 8 and May 10

Google I/O 2018 Takes Place Between May 8 and May 10

Every year, Google hosts its big developer conference, where it typically unveils new features for its major platforms and devices.

ASUS ZenFone AR Brings AR and VR to Verizon’s Network This Summer

ASUS ZenFone AR Brings AR and VR to Verizon’s Network This Summer

Earlier this year, Google announced a slate of new devices that will be Daydream VR-ready, including the ASUS-branded ZenFone AR.

Android Pay Coming to 10 New Markets; Adds Peer-to-Peer Payments

Android Pay Coming to 10 New Markets; Adds Peer-to-Peer Payments

Google today announced that it is expanding Android Pay to 10 more countries, including Brazil, Canada, Russia, Spain, and Taiwan. In addition, the company is also bringing peer-to-peer payments to its mobile payment service.

Google Confirms Samsung Galaxy S8 and LG’s Next Flagship Phone Will Support Daydream VR

Google Confirms Samsung Galaxy S8 and LG’s Next Flagship Phone Will Support Daydream VR

At Google I/O, Google eventually got around to talking about virtual reality (VR). It confirmed that major companies will be supporting its platform, Daydream VR.

Google Lens Will Help You Identify Objects and More

Google Lens Will Help You Identify Objects and More

Today, during Google I/O, the company officially announced Google Lens, which uses a vast knowledge graph, to help users identify objects and much more.