Google's annual developer conference took place on Wednesday (17 May).
With AI at the center of all discussion, here are the key takeaways from the Google I/O 2017 conference. It really is quite the achievement on Google's part. You had to use voice to initiate a search. The next phone with Tango technology will be the ASUS ZenFone AR, available this summer, the company said.
With a smart selection tool Android O recognizes the type of text that the user selects.
Barring any secrets Google is hanging onto, there's no denying that this is one of the outwardly duller Android releases in recent memory.
With over two billion Android devices used worldwide and people constantly checking mails, updating apps, downloading games and watching movies, this move by Google is seen as a way of guaranteeing the security of one's device. It has also announced Android Go for the low-end devices.
While not all of the feature of Play Protect are new, the latest launch sees Google making the protective features more visible to Android users.
The incredible calling feature of Google Home will allow the users to make hands-free phone calls through the connected speaker. The handset version of the Google Assistant just received support for third-party actions that are further expanding its capabilities and the list of supported devices, though not all actions supported by the Google Home connected speaker will necessarily be available on smartphones.
What's more, Google said the Assistant will soon be able to understand and respond in French, German, Portuguese and Japanese.
If you're on a budget, can'tuse a lot of mobile data, or just like to keep things simple, a super-powered smartphone like the Galaxy S8 or Google Pixel XL doesn't make a lot of sense.
Google has recently kickstarted its I/O 2017 event in San Francisco, California and in the keynote led by CEO Sundar Pichai, the company made some announcements regarding Android, Google Assistant, virtual reality, Google Home, and much more.
Android users will finally say goodbye to the weird emoji blobs of the operating system once Google rolls out Android O.