Replay the 2 hour Google I/O Keynote; See Assistant, Daydream, Android Wear 2.0, Allo and more

Whether you missed some or all of today's Google I/O 2016 Keynote, or just want to replay your favorite part, we have the entire two hours embedded right here for your viewing pleasure. Google CEO Sundar Pichai rattles off some statistics. You will hear how 50% of Google's search queries now come from a mobile device, and how 20% of those mobile queries are asked verbally. And you'll discover that Google Translate converts 143 billion words a day to a new language.

Watching the video, you'll see the introduction of Google Assistant. This will be the replacement for Google Now. Then, Director of Engineering Eric Kay discusses smart messaging app Allo. A lot of what was talked about in the Keynote was Google's ability to figure out the context of your queries. This allows the use of a conversational tone when 'talking' to Google.

Of course, the new Daydream VR platform was an important and interesting part of the Keynote. This is obviously an exciting concept for Google and Android. You are not going to want to miss this discussion about the future of VR and Google. And the Keynote also will give you information about Android Wear 2.0.

You don't have to be an Android user or a Google fan to enjoy the Google I/O 2016 Keynote. If you enjoy using mobile devices, you'll find it interesting. Simply click on the link at the top of this story to see where Google plans on taking its open source mobile OS in the near future.

source: Google



1. Elfmonster unregistered

I'm late to the party. Where are the nexus phones and tablets?

2. vincelongman

Posts: 5765; Member since: Feb 10, 2013

They are not being released yet Since Android N is only in Preview 3 out of 5 Its still a beta release, not ready just yet

3. FluffyBled unregistered

So many awesome things :o ... damn i missed the live event :'(

4. MrElectrifyer

Posts: 3960; Member since: Oct 21, 2014

Google Home is another materialization of mass surveillance being welcomed into people's homes, listening 24/7 to what everyone in the house says. SOPA bill is slowly becoming a reality.

5. MrElectrifyer

Posts: 3960; Member since: Oct 21, 2014

It was hilarious seeing them brag about thoroughly testing apps before they enter the Play Store, especially with the recent headlines... Also, this their "safety net" sounds like apple's kill switch being advertised as a good thing...

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