Google I/O 2018 is taking place on the west coast of the US in San Francisco, California this week, and Google has now announced the winners of its third annual Google Play Awards. See the full results and give the best apps a whirl on your Android smartphone or tablet.
Google I/O is Google’s annual developer conference, an event where the search giant we know all too well showcases some of its latest and most influential projects. We learn about the last twelve months and we learn about what is to come over the next twelve months. Like in year’s past, we’re expecting nothing less than big software announcements for Google I/O 2018. The three-day festival in Mountain View, California just outside San Francisco will begin Tuesday, May 8 and [Read More]
The Google I/O 2018 developer conference is about to begin. The event will begin May 8 and conclude May 10. The search giant’s main event will be the keynote address on May 8 at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California. It begins at 1:00pm EDT and is expected to run about an hour and a half. During it, Google will highlight some of the major points of focus for this year’s event.
Outlook for Android will soon function more like your typical email client from Google thanks to new updates. Microsoft has added a bunch of features it believes are useful within an email application. The updates will roll out soon and together make for a solid revamp.
Google is rolling out quite a few app updates this week including one for Google Photos, another for Google Street View, one for Gboard, and now a really cool one for Google Duo. With the latest update to Google Duo, users can share fun little video messages. Essentially, the feature is like Voicemail, but with video instead of just audio.
The Pixel 2 already has downright the best camera on any smartphone, as proved by DxOMark benchmarks. But Google isn’t stopping there. Today, the company has turned on ‘Pixel Visual Core,’ a custom designed co-processor on Pixel 2.
The Google Assistant is Google’s virtual assistant, and it has been available for some time now on smartphones running Android 6.0 Marshmallow and later, with addition to select iPhone models. This week, Google announced that its machine learning AI assistant will be available on more devices.
Google and Samsung each have a new video advertisement showcasing their respective flagship smartphone. Google focuses on Pixel 2, and highlights the power of the Google Assistant. Samsung’s advertisement is centered around the Galaxy Note 8 and takes shots at Apple’s iPhone. Both are interesting because had they not been, we wouldn’t have felt such an urge to share them with all of you.