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Google I/O 2019

Here's our complete coverage of the 2019 Google I/O developer conference in Mountain View, California, where we’re expecting the company to fully reveal the latest Android Q operating system and its dark mode, its Stadia cloud gaming service, and new Pixel 3a phones. Google might also announce the Nest Hub Max smart display, as well as updates on its Google Assistant, Duplex and Coral AI projects, Chrome OS, ARCore, and support for foldable phones.

Google and OnePlus are embracing the junior flagship trend

Google is starting to reveal the secrets of its experimental Fuchsia OS

Listen to The Vergecast live at Google I/O

One year later, restaurants are still confused by Google Duplex

Google’s Nest changes risk making the smart home a little dumber


Volvo’s Polestar 2 with Android Automotive is how all car software should be designed

What could the ‘A’ stand for in Pixel 3A? Let’s discuss

Android TV’s redesigned Play Store is all about simple signups

Read Google’s new Nest privacy promise and tell me if you’re swayed

Pixel 3A vs. Pixel 3: how the specs compare for Google’s latest phones

How to enable the new gestures in the Android Q beta

Google reveals it’s working on foldable phone prototypes

Google reveals that 10 percent of devices are using Android 9 Pie, nine months after its release

Google is pushing back against ad tracking in Chrome

How to install the Android Q beta on your phone

Google Hosts Its Annual I/O Developers Conference

The 8 biggest announcements from the Google I/O 2019 keynote

Buying the Google Pixel 3A can get you a $100 gift card at B&H, Google Store, or Best Buy

Google’s head of hardware is betting big on ambient computing

Google Nest: Why Google finally embraced Nest as its smart home brand

Google’s AR walking directions come to Pixel phones today

A time-lapse camera mode is coming to all Google Pixel phones

Google’s Project Euphonia helps make speech tech more accessible to people with disabilities

Google’s new Pixel phones won’t support Daydream VR

Verizon’s Pixel exclusivity is over: Pixel 3A is coming to T-Mobile, Sprint, US Cellular


Google Pixel 3A review: a $399 phone with a great camera

At $399 and $479, respectively, the Pixel 3A and 3A XL are great deals

Google won’t let you turn off the light on your indoor Nest cameras anymore


Nest Hub Max: hands-on with Google’s first smart display with a camera

Google just renamed its smart home brand to Google Nest

Google announces the Nest Hub Max, a new home device with a camera

Android Q’s latest beta is now available, and it’s coming to 15 non-Google phones

Project Mainline is Google’s new attempt to send security updates directly to your phone

Google Assistant is getting a hands-free ‘driving mode’ this summer