We gather once again at the Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View, California, to check out all the latest that Google has in store for 2018: updates to Android P, Google Assistant, Android TV, Android Auto, AR, and more. Will CEO Sundar Pichai review Android P’s official name? What’s new with the Google Home? Will there be a surprise hardware announcement? Whatever happens, The Verge has you covered with all the latest headlines out of Google I/O 2018.
One word, a multiplicity of meanings
Google is trying to stay ahead of the ethical and philosophical pitfalls of its new Duplex platform
From Google Slides to Android P
I/O 2018 was all about how AI can make every Google product more useful, including products as old and pervasive as Google Maps and Google News
Google’s new approach to Material Design will let software developers customize their apps so they don’t all look the same.
Google’s phone-calling AI seeks to enhance our lives, but at what cost?
But it won’t be available until the 2020 models
How personal can Google get before it all becomes too creepy?
Could this be the prelude to a consumer version?
Google’s AI-AR platform is going to be everywhere soon, and it works really well now
Chrome, Android, and now Linux all together in one place
But do you trust Android TV?
The beta is open to Google’s Pixels and phones from Essential, Sony, Nokia, and more
Shoppable products in AR straight from search results
Bringing everything together