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businessinsider.com - oogle I/O, the search giant's annual developer conference, kicked off on Tuesday.
It began with a two-hour presentation from Google in which top executives took the stage at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California, to showcase the latest developments in Android, Google Assistant, Google Maps, Google Photos, artificial intelligence, and much more.
While there were a ton of announcements, these were the 15 biggest highlights from the Google I/O keynote.
pcmag.com - Android developers from around the globe descended on Silicon Valley this week for Google I/O, the search giant's annual developers conference.
At the packed Shoreline Amphitheatre in Google's hometown of Mountain View, execs like CEO Sundar Pichai gave attendees (and those on the live stream) a sneak peek at what fans of Android and other Google products can expect in the coming year. If you didn't have time to sit through Tuesday's keynote, though, we've compiled some of the highlights...
theverge.com - Every company in Silicon Valley will tell you, with operatic grandeur, that it aims to change the world and make it a better place. But set aside the pretenders trying to sell you $400 juicers, Google happens to be a company that can actually alter the way we, as a global society, interact with and understand one another. Google has control over the world's dominant search engine, web browser, video and email platforms, mapping service, and mobile operating system. The decisions made by this company have far-reaching effects, and Google I/O 2018 presented a vision of the future that makes Google even more personal, influential, and essential in our daily lives.
One of Google's promotional videos during the event concluded with the tagline "just make Google do it." As with the very name of the Google Assistant it was advertising, this promo positions Google's services as your servants, the Alfred to your Batman, as it were. But I feel like this deliberately benign portrayal masks a huge number of proactive decisions that Google makes every day on our behalf, and it's useful to revisit those in light of the latest announcements from the company.