At I/O 2022, Google announced that it will update over 20 of its first-party apps for large screens in a show of its commitment to the form factor. This will undoubtedly improve the experience for existing owners, and is meant …
If you’d like to add project management to your Google Docs, you’re in for a treat, as the feature has finally arrived. Jack Wallen shows you how to use it.
This Chromebook might offer all the processing power you need, particularly for a mobile lifestyle.
Sony’s Mark 4 headset was released a couple of years ago and was nearly perfect, often being crowned the king of active-noise cancelling headphones. The new Mark 5 model builds upon this with an improved design and more advances in …
This year at Google I/O 2022, Google showcased a lot of breakthroughs in new AI tech and security. One of these cool advancements from a couple of years ago made its way to the stage in the pre-show. It’s called …
Google I/O 2022: Google TV and Android TV OS gain new developer tools, continue to grow in popularity
And there’s even a consumer-related announcement.
The wait for Google Matter is slated to end later this year, whilst the company announced a new machine learning solution to protect Australia’s Great Barrier Reef.
AlloyDB brings speed and more predictable pricing to the table.
The decade-old platform is turning into a one-stop solution for storing your IDs, credit cards, transit passes, and more.
The two companies are teaming up to make checking out with Autofill faster and safer.
Google I/O: Google unveils improvements to Android Studio, Jetpack Compose and other developer tools
The annual developer conference didn’t only include consumer announcements, but it also focused on tools for, well, developers.
Google is improving its most advanced conversational AI model with the help of others, via new app with limited access called the AI Test Kitchen
App development is getting more complex, so Google is making it easier to use Firebase with other popular Google developer products and third-party tools.
Google announced several devices, including the long-rumored Pixel Watch and a Pixel tablet. But it’ll be awhile before we see them launch.
From better ads to protecting your personal information, Google is doing more to help keep your data private.
Additionally, Google announced it’s expanding “eco-friendly” routing on Maps, while third-party apps will be able to access Live View.
The search giant’s language translation platform raised its total number of supported languages to 133 with a slate of new dialects, including indigenous and rare tongues.
Every year, the emphasis on cybersecurity and privacy grows larger and larger. This Google I/O is no different, with Google making some big changes to how much control you have over your internet presence. One new feature is the ability …
This year at Google I/O 2022, Google is focusing on bringing us brand-new hardware. One product of this year’s event is Google’s new addition to Google’s headphone lineup, the Pixel Buds Pro. more… The post Google unveils the Pixel Buds …
Using machine learning, Google is launching summarization for products in Workspace, including Docs, Google Chat and Meet.