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Google I/O 2019 everything you need to know – Tech Includes

Power packed with both software and hardware upgrades and announcements

Cut to the chase

  • Google I/O 2019: May 7-9 at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, CA
  • Schedule for sessions and codelabs are out for I/O 2019
  • Join I/O Extended experience here to take part near your place with #io19extended

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Google I/O 2019 is Google’s own annual developer conference that occurs during May 2nd week at Mountain View, California. Google I/O started in 2008 and will see its 11th version in 18 days. I/O stands for Input/Output if you’re techy and in common but many Googlers also believe it means, “Innovation in the Open”. Googliness of software and hardware produced by Google is something that has kept in the loop a lot of customers. People enjoy using these products.

Google is known to have cryptic puzzles for their Summits and they did one this time too. Well, last time they used Google’s street view and had an entire web hunt in their office which I really liked. This year’s tweet for #io19 was a little different.

With that, we got the much-needed clue that Google is going to organize the Google I/O 2019 this year from May 7 to May 9 at the trademark Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, CA.

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I/O brings together developers from around the globe for talks, hands-on learning with Google experts, and the first look at Google’s latest developer products. Google likes to focus on an all-round development of its developers for which they’ve got awesome parties, good food, lit games all organized for us developers! I/O is basically the Disney Park for developers. This year there are some cool platform talks on Stadia, Google Assistant, Android, Flutter and more. There will be amazing codelab sessions where you can straight away get your hands dirty with all the new stuff from Google. If this doesn’t excite you, I don’t know what will.

Last year’s #io18journey was a pretty epic one and I missed it by this much. I didn’ t get to go this year too, but I hope someday Google might feel gracious enough towards me, haha. Last year there were some awesome Keynote talks, Speaker sessions that covered Google Assistant, Flutter, Material Design and many more. Last year’s primary focus was to move from a Mobile first approach to an AI first approach which was well stated by Sundar in the keynote. Here’s throwback!

Expected announcements at Google I/O 2019

With a lot of techs already released by Google this year like Stadia, Android Q and a few upgrades to existing techs like TensorFlow, Flutter and Google Assistant, this year’s I/O will be amazing. I, being an Android fanboy is super excited for more product announcements that might incudes Pixel 3a or a similar device that is being rumored around on the internet these days.

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Android Q

Quesito? Quiche? Quindim? Qottab? If you ask me, I’d suggest Google drop the dessert name this year. A lot’s in a name and my favorite is still KitKat, I just want a small and crisp name that people don’t feel weird telling about. Whatever the name ends up being, the fact that matters in the updates that are coming to Google’s Mobile OS. Google has packed a lot for us in 2019 and we can’t wait for Google to unveil them. The Android Q might come right out of the box in Pixel 4.

Tap on the link below to have a detailed read about Android Q and all about it. Android Q is going to have a complete design makeover of the stock Android as seen in the Beta 2.

Android Q: Everything you need to know with hands-on first look

New Hardware Lineup

The Pixel phones are great when it comes to state of the art mobile technology. Be it just top notch machine learning in the software or the hardware coupled with it. They know how to make phenomenal consumer tech devices. Earlier this year, we saw a video posted on YouTube, unboxing the upcoming Pixel 3 Lite. It has got pretty usual now. Google should just come up and announce this instead, “You know it all, the leaks are all true. Enjoy the devices. Ciao.” But as the search engine behemoth is known for their Googliness, let’s dig in to find some cool stuff.

Just tap on the card below and you can have a fun read on new and upcoming products of Google in their hardware segment for 2019.

Pixel 3 Lite and Pixel Watch: Google’s new hardware for 2019

With these amazing product and service announcements in less than 3 weeks, the excitement is top-notch. Google has also planned some amazing speaker sessions, codelabs, sandboxes and food and afterparties for all of the attendees.

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Written by Manish Rath

Android Developer. Tech Savvy. Opened a Pentium 4 when I was 8. Follow me on twitter @Manishrath. Peace!


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