It’s only been a few months since the Google Assistant first launched, and it’s already on so many devices but Google could be bringing it to iPhone users.
Google has announced the first developer preview of the Google Assistant SDK. This will allow developers to run the Google Assistant on their hardware prototypes.
Vizio has been known to make some affordable sound equipment and their new 2017 collection, includes a new soundbar with Chromecast built-in as well as Google Assistant compatibility.
In the midst of all the MWC 2017, Google has announced that the Google Assistant will no longer be exclusive to the Pixel phones and will be coming to devices running Android 6.0 Marshmallow and Android 7.0 Nougat.
After a few leaks, Google and LG’s smartwatch collaboration was finally announced. Together they have revealed the first two watches that will be running Android Wear 2.0, the Watch Style and Watch Sport.
To give you a better overview about the new update, Google released this video.
With launch of Android Wear 2.0 imminent (on February 9th), it’s about time we see leaks about what the first smartwatches running the new update will look that.
Google made quite a few announcements during their I/O 2016 keynote. From a new way to talk to Google to an Amazon Echo competitor called Google Home and of course a looking at upcoming versions of Android and Android Wear.
For those who might have missed the keynote:
Google also had the keynote available in 360 video: