Google's keynote for its annual I/O developer conference has wrapped, and it's obvious that it does not want the Google Assistant to be left behind for the likes of Siri, Alexa, and Cortana. Here's everything you need to know to catch up on the latest from Mountain View, California.
For those of us who prefer software to be reactive rather than proactive
Siri vs. Assistant
And buy things online using your Google account
In the future, Android may be updated faster on Chromebooks than on phones
The end of the beginning
Now let’s see the final version
Goodbye, weird emoji that look like thumb people.
Home screens don’t have to just be grids of apps
The company hopes to use machine learning to improve the process
Google Assistant, Android O, VR, and much more