How to watch the Google I/O keynote live streaming:
You can watch Google CEOdeliver his keynote on the Google Developerschannel.
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The tech giant goes all out to bring to fore world-class technology, and here’s what everyone may be waiting for with baited breath:
Will it be the year of the Pumpkin/Pistachio/Popsicle? Android P is this year’s big update for the platform. There have been rumors that Android P will move away from traditional navigation in favor of a gesture-based system similar to the, and if this is something Google’s really working on.
The Android Auto is set to get a brand new media experience. The app also notes that some of Waymo’s latest announcements, like the Jaguar I-PACE and some of its other vehicles, will also be on display at the event.
Android TV has been around for a few years, and last year an Android O version was unveiled. A new, 4K Chromecast-like Android TV dongle may be released which would include the full TV interface and possibly a remote.
Google Home, which is Google’s smart speaker loaded with Google Assistant, was updated at last year’s Google I/O with a bunch of new features, including ‘proactive assistance’, also known as push notifications, hands-free free calling, Spotify, SoundCloud, and Deezer integrations, and more.
Also, more recently, Google launched two more Google Home speakers: Home Max and Home Mini. It is expected that the company will address its Google Home line and maybe even announce new features for them.
Move over, Siri, Google Assistant is officially coming to iPhone. Google’s competitor to Alexa is only a year older but is growing more useful every day.It is expected that the company will further enhance what Google Assistant can do and announce these updates at I/O.