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Latest News on Google Io 2018
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Apr 03, 2019
John Legend's voice is finally available on the Google Assistant, but only in the USJohn Legend's voice will be available on all devices with the Google Assistant, including iOS devices.
Mar 14, 2019
Google Lookout is an app that recognises objects for the visually impairedThe app is currently available only for Pixel phone users in the US.
Feb 11, 2019
Google Maps AR navigation is slowly being demoed to a few Local GuidesGoogle Maps' AR navigation feature was first talked about back in March 2018 at I/O.
Jun 27, 2018
Google Maps rolls out 'Explore' and 'For You' tab on iOS and AndroidGoogle rolls out two new features, which are 'Explore' and 'For You' tabs.
Jun 22, 2018
Google Assistant gets conversational: 'Hey' and 'OK' not needed for follow upsGoogle Assistant with Continued Conversation will sure feel more welcoming and human-like.
May 29, 2018
Google Maps beta shows horizontally scrolling categories section: ReportThe user can see further options within a category by tapping on them. This option appears only if the user is not already viewing a particular location.
May 27, 2018
Google is testing horizontal app switcher for Chrome browser on Android devicesThe new feature has been spotted on the Google Canary browser, an experimental version of the Google Chrome available on the Play Store.
May 14, 2018
Google Duplex AI stokes heated debate for its ‘human voice’The technology has turned very critical for Google, which is still mulling on how to unleash it into the market.
May 10, 2018
Google IO 2018: Tour Creator is a new tool by Google that lets your make your own VR storiesTour Creator is basically a VR tool that lets you produce professional-level VR content without a steep learning curve.
May 10, 2018
Google IO 2018: Assistant making calls in an almost human sounding voice raises ethical questions among expertsThe digital assistant was also programmed to understand when to respond quickly, such as after someone says "hello," versus pausing as a person might before answering complex questions.