After three intense days of activity, Google I/O has wrapped for the year. Unlike last year, there wasn’t a slew of new announcements we couldn’t demo, but there were lots of updates to last year’s announcements. In some ways it felt a little like I/O 2016 revisited: Assistant hit iOS, Daydream standalone headsets are on the way, Google Home got new features, Android Instant Apps are now available for everyone, and so on. But what about the event itself? How did Google handle the criticisms of last year and was it any better this time around?See all our Google I/O 2017 coverage
The answer is a resounding yes. For a variety of reasons, a lot of folks won’t ever get the [...]
According to TechCrunch, Google is working on a new social app for group photo editing, which might be unveiled this May at Google I/O.See also: Are you one of the 10 million who have installed Google Allo? December 15, 2016
Google is certainly a very big and (almost) omnipresent company, but there’s one area where it hasn’t found the magic formula yet: social media. Neither Hangouts nor Google+ gained much traction, and even the company’s latest messaging and video-chatting apps – Allo and Duo – don’t seem to be too much of a threat for rival apps like Facebook Messenger or Skype.
Well, rumor has it the search giant is developing yet another social [...]
Google I/O is where the Search Giant announces some of its hottest products, updates developers on the latest code trends and comes together with the community. The yearly event is one of the most important in the tech industry. Needless to say it is not easy to get in, but those who want to give it a try can now turn in their applications!
The attendance process for Google I/O 2017 has begun as Google begins accepting applications. You have until February 27th at 5 PM PST to get yours in. No need to rush to your computer, though, as applicants are now chosen at random. We still remember the days when this was pretty much a race and tickets would run out in a matter of [...]