Google I/O is an annual developer conference held by Google in its headquarters at Mountain View, California. While the event showcases technical in-depth sessions on the company's efforts in building web, mobile and enterprise applications and the next innovations in its open source projects, such as Android, Chrome and Chrome OS, among others.
We've embedded the most important announcements at the event below so you can peruse it to know where the internet giant is heading right now. The highlights include: Google Assistant updates, Maps updates, Google News and its Cloud Offerings, like Firebase.
Find the Tweets below:
With Morse code and machine learning working together to support assistive text entry, we've added a new and accessible way to input communication on your @Android phone with the Morse code keyboard—now available in #Gboard beta. #io18 pic.twitter.com/P0HcTeFcyC— Google (@Google) May 8, 2018
"Maps was built to assist everyone. We’ve mapped over 220 countries and territories...we've given more than 1 billion people the ability to travel the world with the confidence they won’t get lost along the way. But we’re far from done." –Jen Fitzpatrick #io18— Google (@Google) May 8, 2018
A new feature powered by AI, we're launching Smart Compose in @gmail to help you draft emails more quickly by providing interactive suggestions as you type → https://t.co/nJIWG29M0T #io18 pic.twitter.com/DKjqDdl5ts— Google (@Google) May 8, 2018
To personalize your #GoogleAssistant even further, we've used AI to create six new voices that will start rolling out today—with familiar voices coming later this year → https://t.co/SXa4jo5Rw0 #io18 pic.twitter.com/ouDDoyZuSW— Google (@Google) May 8, 2018
Today we're rolling out an all-new @GoogleNews—using the best of AI to organize what’s happening in the world to help you learn more about the stories that matter to you → https://t.co/z8234zDXU1 #io18 pic.twitter.com/6QkX6x6OiD— Google (@Google) May 8, 2018
Coming soon, we’re adding a new tab to @googlemaps called "For you." Designed to tell you what you need to know about the neighborhoods you care about, see new places that are opening or whats trending, personal recommendations and more. #io18 pic.twitter.com/CtqQsWFyot— Google (@Google) May 8, 2018
And these are some of the most significant announcements so far at the event as revealed in the above tweets. Today marks the last day for the event, and perhaps Google may be reserving the best wine for the last, as the old tradition goes! So you'd better watch out for it!