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Microsoft Build will run from May 7 to 9 in Seattle, will overlap with Google I/O

Scheduling tech conferences is hard, especially in May, when seemingly every company wants to hold a major event, including Google and Microsoft. Typically, Google I/O and Microsoft Build, the flagshi

This year’s Google I/O will happen May 8-10 in Mountain View

Google loves a good puzzle. Each year the company tucks the first details about its annual Google I/O conference behind a puzzle or three, and this year is no different. This year's setup has the user

In the AI wars, Microsoft now has the clearer vision

A week ago, Microsoft held its Build developer conference in its backyard in Seattle. This week, Google did the same in an amphitheater right next to its Mountain View campus. While Microsoft’s

Google I/O 2017 VR keynote live blog

We're here at day two of Google I/O 2017, and the show starts with a keynote specific to Google's work in VR, led by its head of virtual reality and augmented reality, Clay Bavor. The keynote gets sta

Everything Google announced at its Google I/O keynote

Google just kicked off its annual Google I/O developer conference. It’s a great opportunity to get a sneak peek at what’s next for Android and other platforms. This year was no different a

Android Go is a lightweight version of Android for crazy cheap phones

There are 2 billion Android devices currently in use around the world. Google is now thinking about the next 2 billion devices. In order to do this, Google has a new project called Android Go. It’s

Google launches Google Assistant on the iPhone

Watch out Siri, there’s a new kid in town. Google just announced at its I/O developer conference that its personal assistant is coming to iOS. You won’t be able to replace Siri with Google Assista

Google Lens will let smartphone cameras understand what they see and take action

At Google's I/O developer conference, CEO Sundar Pichai announced a new technology called Google Lens. The idea with the product is to leverage Google's computer vision and AI technology in order to b

Watch Google’s I/O keynote live right here

Are you ready for some major news on all things Google? Google is kicking off its annual I/O developer conference today. The conference starts at 10 AM Pacific Time (1 PM on the East Cost, 6 PM in Lon

Google launches Android N Developer Preview 4

Google today released the fourth preview of Android N, the next — and as yet unnamed — version of its mobile operating system. As far as we can tell, the new preview does not include any

Google’s new 360-degree short ‘Pearl’ puts you in the passenger seat with dad and daughter

It's Friday, so you can probably spare a few minutes to watch a heartwarming little 360-degree animated film, the latest in Google's "Spotlight Stories." This one, entitled "Pearl," takes place entire

Google’s ATAP is bringing its Project Soli radar sensor to smartwatches and speakers

Every year at I/O, Google's ATAP division, which is responsible for turning some of the company's crazier ideas into products, organizes its own small keynote. This year, the company offered updates o

Google and Levi’s team up on a “connected” jacket that lets you answer calls, use maps and more

At Google’s I/O conference today, Google’s Advanced Technology and Projects (ATAP) research unit offered an update on its interactive textiles project unveiled last year, Project Jacquard

Houzz wins “Best App” at the inaugural Google Play Awards

Interior design and decorating resource Houzz is the overall best Android app of the year, according to Google, which this evening announced the results of the first-ever Google Play Awards at its de

Rhapsody brings music to your face with VR experience

Music blasting into your ear-holes not immersive enough for you? Rhapsody's new VR app brings you as close to the music as you can get without getting sprayed with spit, sweat and god knows what else

Yes, Google is actually building its own Daydream virtual reality headset

Google dashed the rumor-fueled hopes and hype of many yesterday when it failed to bring any real VR hardware onstage and instead spent much of its time detailing the Daydream platform they would be pu

Everything You Need To Know From The 2016 Google I/O Keynote

Another year, another Google I/O Keynote slammed with back-to-back announcements. Miss our live blog earlier? Don’t have time to catch up on every last bit of news? Don’t sweat it: We&#821

Google’s Allo won’t include end-to-end encryption by default

Google announced its new messaging app Allo at its I/O developers conference today, and it looks pretty cool. It's a feature-rich interface with graphics and doodles, and it works with Google Assistan

Google built its own chips to expedite its machine learning algorithms

As Google announced at its I/O developer conference today, the company recently started building its own specialized chips to expedite the machine learning algorithms. These so-called Tensor Processi

Google asks the Internet for N-words — what could possibly go wrong?

What's worse than asking the Internet at large to name your product? Telling them it has to start with N. Let's just take a moment to appreciate the stupefying magnitude of Google's naiveté here.
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