Google I/O 2018 Keynote

Yesterday Google held their annual I/O event. they made lots of cool and innovative announcment. Waymo was also there. But there were no hardware announcments (other than that the Smart Displays that were announced in January at CES are realecing in July), guess we’d have to wait til the fall. The first thing that was announced is that Gboard will soon support Morse Code. Then they announced a bunch of updates to GMail including autocomplete in gmail web (it includes calender events, addresses from your contacts, etc). Google Photos cane enxt with the introduction of Suggested sharing and AI reccomended … Continue reading Google I/O 2018 Keynote

What’s New In Android Google I/O 2017

Features pocture in picture in all apps multi display motification channels: allow you to set specific types of notifications fromspecific apps examples A personal user account including 2 notification channels: Notifications of new comments on your posts. Notifications recommending posts by your contacts. A business user account including 2 notification channels: Notifications of new comments on your posts. Notifications recommending posts by your contacts what specific channels can do Importance Sound Lights Vibration Show on lockscreen Override do not disturb   Continue reading What’s New In Android Google I/O 2017

Google I/O 2017

On wednesday Google hosted their I/O conference where they announced In stats they announced that they passed 2 billion active android users. Last year youtube passed 1 billion hours watched last year In products gmail on android and iOS will now have smart replies In android google lens allows identifies stuff like restaurants and passwords form routers from photos(the router password probably uses data from the device) when it sees a restraint sign it uses your location to bring up information about the restaurant like reviews. This would be in the photos app. Google Assistant will be coming to Android … Continue reading Google I/O 2017