Tag Archive: 2018


Seven of the best announcements from the Google I/O 2018 Keynote

There were quite a few announcements made during the Google I/O 2018 keynote. We take a look at all of the announcements and condense them into the seven biggest.

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What’s new with Development Tools at Google I/O 2018

Google’s platforms, from Android to Chrome to Daydream to Cloud, are nothing without their developers.

Android and Chrome used to be known for how difficult they were to build for. Not anymore. Google continues to improve its developer tools year after year, and at I/O 2018, there’s plenty to be excited about.

What’s new and exciting about development tools at I/O 2018?

The biggest announcement for Android app developers was Android Studio 3.2. Not because everyone likes  [Read More…]

Google I/O 2018: What’s new in Google Photos, Gmail, and Assistant

During its I/O 2018 keynote, Google laid the future roadmaps for some of its products including Google Photos, Gmail, and Assistant.

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What’s new in YouTube at Google I/O 2018

Smash that like button!

YouTube is one of Google’s most important businesses, but it didn’t get much attention at I/O this year.

Here’s what’s new.

How is YouTube changing in 2018?

Nothing about YouTube is really changing, but you’ll be able to watch YouTube TV on the upcoming Smart Displays. The Smart Displays have already been shown to handle video calls, music playback, Assistant queries and more. The addition of YouTube TV makes the Smart Displays that  [Read More…]

What’s new in Google Play at Google I/O 2018?

Developers and users will like what’s coming to Google Play

We’re at Google I/O 2018, where the Mountain View company is challenging our imagination with all the great plans it has in store for the future. Those plans include new changes for Google Play and everything in it.

What big changes are coming to Google Play this year?

It appears Google Play won’t be getting many user-facing changes in the here and now, with Google’s latest updates  [Read More…]

What’s new in Google Lens at Google I/O 2018

Look at all the things.

Google Lens was one of the bigger announcements last year, with the promise to make searching for something as easy as pointing your smartphone at it. Since last October, though, Google Lens has slipped into the shadowy background, (very) slowly improving but being largely ignored as Google Lens was largely a Pixel-exclusive feature. We’ve been waiting and waiting for Google Lens to escape this beta period and come to more phones.

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All of Google’s big announcements from I/O 2018!

Google I/O always brings huge and exciting announcements. Here’s what’s on tap for the 2018 edition of Google’s annual developer conference!

The last year has been one of growth and transition for Google as Android and Chrome mature and converge and Assistant, led by advancements in machine learning and AI, has taken center stage in Google’s plans.

At the same time, Google has been held to the fire for showing false news in its search carousel and admitting  [Read More…]

Watch the Google I/O 2018 Keynote here!

Google I/O 2018 kicks off today. Check out all the details on what we expect from the show and where to watch it right here!

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The best phones you can buy at Verizon Wireless right now (May 2018)

Are you a Verizon subscriber and looking for a new phone? Take a look at our list of the best phones you can buy from Verizon Wireless today.

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You can now use the Google Assistant on LG’s 2018 ThinQ TVs

Available on UHD AI and OLED models.

Back at CES 2018, LG announced a pile of premium televisions with large displays, a new Alpha 9 processor, and support for the Google Assistant. Those TVs have been up for sale for some time, but now the Assistant is finally being enabled on them.

With the Google Assistant, you’ll be able to press a button on your remote to ask questions about the weather, upcoming calendar appointments, control your  [Read More…]