Tag Archive: Announcements


The best announcements from Google I/O 2018!

Hey Google, write this article for me.

Google I/O is finished for another year, but the effects from last week’s keynote are still being profoundly felt, both in the developer community and here, closer to home.

While many of Google’s initiatives haven’t yet rolled out, or are still pipe dreams, there’s a lot to be genuinely excited about this time around.

Here’s what the Android Central team loved from this year’s show.

Ara Wagoner

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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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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…]

Google I/O 2018 preview: All of the big announcements you can expect

Here’s what you can expect to see at Google’s annual developer conference.

For Android and Google enthusiasts, there’s no better time of year than Google I/O. This year’s “festival” starts on May 8 and runs for three days in the sun of Northern California, and will be the stage for Google to make announcements of all sizes about its products, projects and initiatives. We’ll hear about Android, Google Assistant, Chromebooks, Google Play and just about every other  [Read More…]

The biggest VR and AR announcements of CES 2018

This year was all about polish, and that’s a very good thing.

As virtual reality and augmented reality continue to grow in popularity, CES remains one of the best places to see what we can expect in the coming year.

This year, in particular, we got a look at some very cool new headsets aimed at improving the overall experiences we have today. Lots of companies are eager to ditch the cord, remove the phone, and generally  [Read More…]

From the Editor’s Desk: A reminder to keep CES announcements in context

It’s good to remember that just because something is newsworthy doesn’t mean it’s going to be a real-world product.

Amazingly, CES 2018 is less than a week away. Though the “show” doesn’t officially open until January 9, the press will be heading to Las Vegas this week and the news will start pouring out this coming weekend before CES has technically started. Heck, you’re going to start seeing CES announcements in the first couple days of January,  [Read More…]

Follow iMore for all the iPhone 8 announcements on Tuesday, Sept. 12

If you’re looking to follow the news about one of the biggest phone launches of the year, stick with iMore.

There is no question that the new iPhones will be among the biggest tech stories of the year. Doesn’t matter if you’re wielding a Galaxy S8 or a Lumia 950, if you’re attuned to the comings and goings of the mobile industry, what Apple does matters.

Our sibling site, iMore, will be covering all of the excitement  [Read More…]

The best announcements from Google I/O 2017

There was a lot of cool stuff in Mountain View this week, but what was the coolest?

Another Google I/O is in the can, and everyone has something to say about what they saw, including the Android Central staff!

Here’s what we saw that impressed and wowed us at this year’s dev conference.

Russell Holly

How about that new Unified Messaging app, huh? Oh right, we still don’t have one for Android.

Alright, saltiness  [Read More…]

Google Photos gets smarter and more social: Top 4 announcements from Google IO 2017

The new features will certainly be helpful for loyal users, but they also exist to help you to spread the word on what Google Photos can do.

Google has more than half a billion active users uploading over a billion image files to Google Photos daily, so it’s no surprise that the company is doubling down on what’s turning out to be a successful photo-sharing platform.

At Google I/O 2017, the company announced a host of new  [Read More…]

Top 4 Google Photos announcements from I/O 2017

The new features will certainly be helpful for loyal users, but they also exist to help you to spread the word on what Google Photos can do.

Google has more than half a billion active users uploading over a billion image files to Google Photos daily, so it’s no surprise that the company is doubling down on what’s turning out to be a successful photo-sharing platform.

At Google I/O 2017, the company announced a host of new  [Read More…]