Google I/O 2020

Like Microsoft BUILD and Apple’s WWDC, I/O is Google’s premiere event for developers — and like those events, it’s being impacted by the global coronavirus crisis. Planned to run from May 12 to 14, the event has been cancelled due to Coronavirus concerns. For a typical I/O event, thousands descended on the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California, for Google keynotes and developer sessions to talk about new technological advances, updates to its Android operating system, and plans for the year ahead.

What to expect from Google I/O 2021

Google I/O is back as a virtual event and free to everyone who wants to attend.
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Android 11: Everything you need to know

Everything you need to know about Android 11, Google's big 2020 software release, including release dates
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How to navigate with the AR mode in Google Maps to find your way

Got turned around? Not sure which direction to head? Google Maps now has an augmented reality (AR) mode that lets you use your phone's camera to find which way to go. It's available on several Android phones and iPhone devices.

Here’s what Google’s Tiles on Wear OS look like, and how they work

Smartwatches are all about accessing the information you need, when you need it. Wear OS is about to get a whole lot more convenient with a new interface called Tiles. Google demoed it at I/O 2019 -- here's what it's like.
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