This year’s annual I/O is over now. Here’s a look at the key takeaways from the developers conference.
Android One was Google’s much-talked about initiative launched in 2014 to tap the rising community of first-time smartphone users in India, and other developing countries.
Reality for iPhone users is that the Google Assistant will probably never beat Apple’s Siri on its home turf
Google announced Android Go at its annual developer conference, and here’s everything to know about the OS
Euphrates will be available on all Daydream compatible handsets later this year, including the Galaxy S8 and S8+ and LG’s upcoming flagship smartphone.
The ‘Smart Reply’ feature was first introduced in Google’s ‘Inbox by Gmail’ app in 2015.
Google 2017 I/O keynote saw CEO Sundar Pichai share his vision about the company’s “AI-first” world
Google Photos will get Suggested Sharing, Shared Library and Photo Books features. Google Lens will be integrated in to Photos as well.
Google I/O 2017’s opening keynote saw a major focus on Google Assistant, machine learning, Android Go and more
Google’s Android Go, in contrast to Android One, will be more of a software solution than a hardware one.
Google has released a new standalone virtual reality headset that does not need to be paired with a smartphone or any other device.
An entry-level Android smartphone can’t handle demanding apps, but with Android Go, the phone’s software to use use less memory, storage space, and mobile data.
Google at its I/O developer conference announced a bunch of new features for its Google Home speaker
At Google I/O 2017, Sundar Pichai says Google has crossed 2 billion active Android device milestone this week.
Google Assistant, company’s AI-based voice assistant will now be available for iPhones.