May is going by fast and another Google I/O is now in the books. It has been a busy week for all of us working at Droid Turf given all the coverage but now it’s time for us to reflect on what we learned about, what’s coming and some things we wish Google had spent a little more addressing. Here is our full recap for everything you need to know about.
Google is wrapping things up over at Google I/O 2017, and we wanted to create a separate post detailing more specifically one of the new features Google is to begin integrating across some its popular services. Towards the beginning of Google’s keynote, the tech giant’s CEO, Sundar Pichai, announced a new initiative called Google Lens.
The Droid Turf Weekly Recap includes all the major headlines in the Android Ecosystem over the recent week.
It’s Google I/O 2017 week and the tech giant has just announced the winners for its second annual Google Play Awards! Click here to see the full results and download the apps yourself.
Google Home has only been out for a little over six months, with Google having announced it last year at Google IO 2016 alongside its AI, Google Assistant. There are already 50 features or capabilities of Google Home, and the search engine giant took the stage at Google IO 2017 to unveil four new features it is bringing to Google Home over the next few months: Proactive Assistance, Hands-Free Calling, Entertainment, and Visual Responses.
Earlier today, Google held its annual keynote as part of a three-day long event known as Google I/O. The event has really just begun, and we already have a large handful of news rolling off the press. During Google’s two-hour developer conference keynote, the search giant touched on how its improving YouTube and how what’s coming will fall in line with Android TV and emerging trends.
Google’s I/O developer conference is underway in beautiful Mountain View, California. During the tech giant’s keynote address, time was set aside near the three fourth’s mark to discuss what’s coming in the next release of Android, the company’s mobile operating system. As promised back when Google released the alpha version of the new software a mere two months ago, we’re getting an update to the platform in the form of a second developer preview. Google also announced the arrival of [Read More]
Today at the Google I/O 2017 developer conference, Google announced an ambitious plan to help Americans find work with the introduction of Google for Jobs. The service will be embedded into the Google search engine and can be used to find millions of job vacancies and postings from all over the Internet. Users will be able to narrow down the listings according to location, category and of course, industry, but Google will also include the ability to filter by accessibility [Read More]