Google I/O 2019

Like Microsoft BUILD and Apple’s WWDC, I/O is Google’s premiere event for developers. Between May 7 and 9, thousands descended on the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California, where Google held keynotes and developer sessions to talk about new technological advances, updates to its Android operating system, and plans for 2019. At Google I/O, we also learned what’s cooking for projects like Google Assistant, virtual and augmented reality, Stadia, and more. Here’s everything we saw at I/O — and our complete coverage.

Google Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL review

The Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL are Google’s latest phones, and their key selling point is that they bring the same exact software and camera experience from the Pixel 3 and 3 XL to a much lower price point -- $399 and $479.
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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.
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Google Assistant 2.0 isn’t just a minor evolution. It’s a game-changing upgrade

A new version of Google Assistant is coming to our smartphones, and it has the potential to change the way we use our devices. Voice control is about to become faster and equally as accurate as using a touchscreen.

Android Q beta will roll out to more smartphones than Android Pie beta

The Android Q beta will involve more smartphones than the Android Pie beta. The development is due to Project Treble, which makes it easier, faster, and less costly for manufacturers to update devices to the latest Android version.
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