Google has several new updates for you. The tech giant announced new apps, devices and software Wednesday at its annual Google I/O conference in California. Some of the most notable included a competitor to Amazon’s Echo, a new AI voice assistant, and a new virtual reality platform. CEO Sundar Pichai began the keynote by mentioning how 50% of Google queries are from mobile. Pichai also shared some company milestones and other data statistics on Android apps. Google had a lot to announce in two hours, but so you won’t have to stream the entire keynote, the Daily News put together a quick guide of the highlights. Here are the new Google products you can expect to see later this year: Google Assistant Ok, Google has evolved. Google introduced a new conversational assistant that helps you get things done. This AI will be able to answer things without any context. So, if you were to be in Chicago and ask, “who designed this?” Google Assistant would check your geotagging, realize that you’re standing in front of the silver bean and give you the proper answer. Google Assistant seems to be smarter than Siri, Alexa and Cortana. In a way, this AI… Read full this story
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