Google I/O 2018: Here’s what you should be most excited about

The annual I/O developer conference is not just a place to show off the new Android version and get the coders excited to build apps but it also gives Google a chance to show the new development in AI.

If you wish to watch the Google I/O keynote live streaming You can watch Google CEO Sundar Pichai deliver his keynote on the Google Developers YouTube channel.

The tech giant goes all out to bring the latest development to the world with world-class technology being used and here’s what everyone must be waiting with baited breath.

Android P

Will it be the year for Pumpkin/ Pistachio/ Popsicle? Android P is the next big Android Platform developed by Google. There are possibilities that Android P will move away from normal functioning to gesture based system similar to iPhone X, and this is what Google’s really working on.

Android Auto

The Android Auto is set to get a brand new media experience. The app also notes that some of Waymo’s latest announcements, like the Jaguar I-PACE and some of its other vehicles, will also be on display at the event.

Android TV

Android TV has been around for years now, and the last year a new version of Android O was unveiled. A new Chromecast-Like 4K display Android TV dongle may be released which include the full TV interface and possibly a remote.

Google Home

Google Home, which is Google’s smart speaker loaded with Google Assistant, was updated at last year’s Google I/O with a bunch of new features, including “proactive assistance”, also known as push notifications, hands-free free calling, Spotify, SoundCloud, and Deezer integrations, and more.

And most recently Google had introduced two new smart speakers: Home Max and Home Mini. It will be seen if Google announces new features to the Home line of speakers.

Google Assistant

Move over Siri, Google Assistant is here and coming to the iPhone. Google’s competitor to Alexa is only a year older but it is growing more useful by the day. It is expected that the company will further enhance what Google Assistant can do and announce these updates at I/O.

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