Google Blog: I/O 2021

Google Blog: I/O 2021 . “This year, Google I/O went digital — available for everyone, for free — and was dedicated to showcasing a more helpful Google for all. The event brought together people from around the world for a first look at updates across our products, including new milestones in AI, helpful features in Android, Photos and Maps, and ways we’re building with security and privacy in mind. Here are more details about everything we announced this year.”

Indian Express: Google I/0 2021 keynote: How to watch livestream and what to expect

Indian Express: Google I/0 2021 keynote: How to watch livestream and what to expect. “Instead of a large, in-person event, this year’s I/O will be a virtual event, thanks to the ongoing pandemic. The event will see the launch of Android 12 and likely updates to Google’s core services, and there’s a possibility of an unveiling of new Pixel hardware. Google I/O runs from May 18-20. Here’s what’s to expect from the annual developer conference, how you can watch, and the top I/O rumours about what Google has up its sleeve.”

Mashable: Google announces I/O 2020 dates

Mashable: Google announces I/O 2020 dates. “Even though I/O is primarily a developer conference, Google typically announces some new hardware at the event. Last year, it was the Pixel 3a and 3a XL, and this year, we’ll likely see the new Pixel 4a, possibly accompanied with the new Pixel Buds. A new Nest device is not out of the question, either, given that Google launched the Nest Hub Max at last year’s conference.”

CNET: Google Assistant, Nest Hub Max and all the rest of the smart home news from Google I/O 2019

CNET: Google Assistant, Nest Hub Max and all the rest of the smart home news from Google I/O 2019. “The dust is settling now that the Google I/O developer conference is nearing its end. At this point, we’re unlikely to see any more surprises, but the announcements from the show could make a big difference for the future of Google’s smart home offerings.”

A New Pixel, Video Device, Voice Assistant, And AI: Here’s What Google Announced Today (BuzzFeed News)

BuzzFeed News: A New Pixel, Video Device, Voice Assistant, And AI: Here’s What Google Announced Today. “At today’s Google I/O developer conference, CEO Sundar Pichai laid out the tech company’s new goal: ‘building a more helpful Google for everyone.’ Pichai was positioning Google — which now spans far beyond search, email, and maps to phones, smart speakers, and so much more — as a friendly helping hand. His messaging stood in contrast with the growing public sentiment that tech platforms cause more harm than good.”

Ars Technica: What to expect from Google I/O 2019

Ars Technica: What to expect from Google I/O 2019. “Google I/O kicks off May 7 in Mountain View, California, where Google will be hosting a keynote and a million other sessions at the Shoreline Amphitheater. The keynote starts at 10am PT, and we’ll be there to cover everything announced at the show. But before we hop on a plane and fly down to Google HQ, we’ve prepared a likely list of things we anticipate Google will announce. If you want to know where the larger Google-verse is about to go, here are the rumors, expected updates on previously announced things, and notable schedule tidbits to keep an eye on at I/O 2019.”

Google Blog: 100 things we announced at I/O ‘18

Google Blog: 100 things we announced at I/O ‘18 . “That’s a wrap! After a bustling three days at Google I/O, we have a lot to look back on and a lot to look forward to, from helpful features made possible with AI to updates that help you develop a sense of digital wellbeing. Here are 100 of our Google I/O announcements, in no particular order—because we don’t play favorites. 💯”

Google I/O 2018: New Google Features For Gmail, Photos, News And More at a Glance (News18)

News18: Google I/O 2018: New Google Features For Gmail, Photos, News And More at a Glance. “Google showcased its plans for the next several months as it kicked off its annual developers’ conference Tuesday. Many of the new features centre on the use of artificial intelligence to help save time. Many of the updates have a practical bent, designed to ease tasks such as composing emails, making lists, navigating city streets and lessening the digital distractions that have increasingly addled people’s lives as a result of previous tech industry innovations.” I might do links to individual Google features, but if I tried to cover every announcement from Google I/O, ResearchBuzz would go All Google for a few days and I don’t want that.

Ausdroid: What does Google have in store for us this year at Google IO?

Ausdroid: What does Google have in store for us this year at Google IO?. “It’s Google IO time again, a great time of year for Google enthusiasts. It’s where we get to hear all the new and exciting developments Google have for us in the coming months (and years). While not everything always makes it to market the Google IO announcements and developments give us a good indication of Google’s plans for not just Android but also Chrome, AI, IoT and much more.”