In its announcements, Google talked about a new "Personal References" feature in Google Assistant, a simpler way to enable the Dark Mode ina 10-screen, and a camera for and
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Google Lens and AR
To kick off the morning celebratory speech, Google showed how Google Search and Lens deepen the use of phones for AR – and bring a Great White Shark on stage.
Duplex was an automated way to make calls on your behalf and perform some services, such as: B. Reservations in a restaurant using natural conversation. Google announced today that it will bring duplex to the Web and help you get things done in more than one place.
Assistant's speech picked up much of the keynote as the tech giant said he was increasing the reach of his personal companion with artificial intelligence to make it more useful in more places, including in the car do .
Android Q is expected to ship this summer or fall. The focus of Android Q is on improving privacy, delivering more useful notifications and a collection of useful additions. And a dark topic! Today, Google has also demonstrated support for Foldable Android phones, and Android Q Beta 3 is now available.
Hub Max and Google Smart Home Devices
Google announced that it has revised its smart home line and the smart home brand Nest andcombined to the Google Nest brand. The merged line of smart home devices includes the new Google Nest Hub Max with a 10-inch screen.
Pixel 3A and Pixel 3A XL
The new Android phones Pixel 3A and Pixel 3A XL, which Google is releasing today, are cheaper versions of the top-end devices Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL from Google. The new phones are a low-priced option for a direct Android experience – and Google's phenomenal camera.
Google uses AI and speech recognition technologies to enable people with disabilities to live more independently and autonomously. His technology could also catch things that were overlooked by trained oncologists.
Google has announced that it will follow in the footsteps of other browsers to protect privacy.
Originally posted on May 4, 12:53 pm. PT.
Updates, May 7, 10:19 pm PT: Adds details from the conference; 10:54; 11:10 o'clock; 11:22 am; 12:03 pm and 1:08 pm: Additional details from the conference. May 10: Adds additional details.