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.

Chromebooks are officially moving to Android 11. Here’s why that matters

Google says Chromebooks will be updated to Android 11 throughout this year, and it's a big deal for the security, performance, and the update schedule.
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Google I/O 2021: All of the biggest announcements

Google I/O is back as a virtual event, and it's packed full of amazing new products and updates.
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Android 10 review: A small but beneficial update

Android 10 is the latest version of Google’s Android mobile operating system, and it brings dark mode and key improvements to privacy and security.

Google I/O: Android Q aims to bring app permissions firmly under control

We've all been there -- an app is asking for permission to access your SMS history, and you're extremely suspicious as to why. Google wants to put an end to permission anxiety and is introducing new controls in Android Q.
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