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These are the Android Go phones Google unveiled at MWC 2018 - Digital Trends

Tech enthusiasts drool like Pavlov's dogs at the mere hint of a new $1,000 phone from Apple or LG or Samsung, but in reality, many people don't buy flagship phones. But even inexpensive phones should be great too, right? That is the theory behind ...and more »

Google Assistant Gets Smarter, Comes to iPhone - PCMag

Move over, Siri. Google Assistant is coming to the iPhone. You can now ask the Assistant to turn on your living room lights or look up an order confirmation email from Gmail, among many other tasks, all without interacting with a physical Google ...and more »

Google now lets devs hide their Play Store apps from rooted devices - TechSpot

News of Netflix's decision to hide its Play Store app from rooted devices was met with anger from those who like to add an extra layer of customization to their handsets. But it seems many other applications may be about to follow in its footsteps. As ...and more »

What It Means To “Google” Something Just Changed Forever - Co.Design (blog)

When were we this excited about any Apple event? It's honestly hard to remember. Because on stage at Google's I/O conference this week, the company perfectly distilled how technology has changed in the 20 or so years since the introduction of Google's ...and more »

Everything from the Google I/O 2017 opening keynote - SlashGear

Google's keynote presentation for I/O 2017 has come and gone, and in the span of about two hours, Google covered a lot of stuff. The keynote today included announcements for services like Android, Google Photos, and Google Assistant, but it also had ...and more »

The 10 biggest announcements from Google I/O 2017 - The Verge

Google just concluded its I/O 2017 keynote, where executives led by CEO Sundar Pichai laid out the company's future roadmap for Android, Google Assistant, Google Home, virtual reality, and much more. Skydiving Google Glass-wearers, giant phone ...and more »

Google's focus on AI means it will get even deeper into our lives - Washington Post

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CALIF. — Google kicked off its annual developers conference Wednesday by outlining a broad vision of how it thinks artificial intelligence will shape the way we communicate, travel, work and play. Chief executive Sundar Pichai said that ...and more »

Google I/O exclusive: Google to launch Google for Jobs to help Americans find work - USA TODAY

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. — Google's mission is to steer people to the information they need in their daily lives. One crucial area the Internet giant says could use some work: Jobs. So Google is launching a new initiative, Google for Jobs, that includes ...and more »

10 new Android O features that will make your phone better - Mashable

Though we got out first peek at Android O back in March, Google finally revealed more details this week at its I/O developers conference about the soon-to-drop version of Android. Though we're still quite a ways away from the official release, we now a ...and more »

The Best and Worst of Google I/O 2017 - Gizmodo

Another Google I/O keynote has happened and, again, we have mixed feelings about what we saw. Apparently, the search giant is shifting from being mobile-first to being AI-first. What does that mean? Who the hell knows. What we do know is that Google is ...and more »