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Google I/O 2019 Keynote Goes Live Today: What to Expect From This Year’s Event?

Today, Google’s conference for developers known as Google I/O will begin, revealing their new tech and initiative. While a few years earlier Google was only showcasing new tech, starting with 2016, it has shifted into a slightly different perspective.

It began with integrating Google devices into homes, continued with the arrival and development of AI, and last year it even ended with recommending people to use its products less.

We all remember the “Digital Wellbeing” initiative from CEO Sundar Pichai’s keynote in 2018. It was that moment when we all realized that the developers’ conference has shifted towards the public, showing the world how the company wants to be seen:

It’s clear technology can be a positive force, but it’s equally clear that we can’t just be wide-eyed at the innovations technology creates. Now the path ahead needs to be navigated carefully and deliberately, and we feel a deep sense of responsibility to get this right.

Google I/O in 2019 – May 7 – 9

This year, Google will surely announce more smart devices, Assistant should be improved, and AI could migrate to more devices. We will also see home devices, such as Nest Hub Max smart display, being revealed.

The Android operating system should also be part of this event. Android Q will be the star of the event, and so should be the new Pixel 3A and 3A XL phones, which have already been leaked.

We will certainly learn more about the Stadia gaming service as well.

While last year we had “Digital Wellbeing,” Google could make this year be one where they assure the public and fans that they’re a reliable and responsible company. Now let’s see how we can watch the event which will start today and end on May 9.

The event is taking place in Mountain View, California, at the Shoreline Amphitheatre. The most important piece should be the keynote which will begin at 10 am PT (1 pm ET).

If you want to see all of this and more, check out the next links where you can watch the event live.

Keynote starts at: New York: 1 pm, San Francisco: 10 pm, London: 6 pm, Berlin: 7 pm, Moscow: 8 pm, New Delhi: 10:30 pm, Beijing: 1 am (May 8), Tokyo: 2 am (May 8), Melbourne: 3 am (May 8).

The event will soon begin, and you can watch it live on the Google website or their YouTube Channel.

Check back here for more important updates and our new coverage of the event.

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Google I/O 2019 – What To Expect From The Most Significant Google Event of the Year

As usual, Google I/O will also happen this year. The giant Internet company, Google, plans to reveal a lot of novelties about its products and its future plans during that Google I/O 2019 event which would take place at Shoreline Amphitheatre in the backyard of the Google’s campus, in Mountain View, California, USA. Here’s what to expect from the most significant Google event of the year.

As confirmed by Google CEO Sundar Pichai on Twitter, Google I/O 2019 would take place between May 7th and May 9th, 2019. While there is nothing said about when Google will start allowing developers to register to the event, in order to participate, there are already many voices talking about what will Google debate at its I/O event.

Google I/O 2018 was an exciting event with the presentation of the Google’s Duplex AI for the Google Assistant and the introduction of Android 9 Pie, but also with the announcement the Internet giant made about its Gmail, Play Store, and other Google Apps.

Here’s what to expect from the Google I/O 2019 event

During Google I/O 2019, we expect the company to announce Android Q, discuss future changes in its Google apps suite, and launch Google Pixel 3 Lite variant for emerging markets.

The Google Pixel 3 Lite would boast a 5.65-inch FullHD Plus display with 18:9 aspect ration, Snapdragon 670, 4 Gb of RAM, and a mid-range 2,915-mAh battery. Also, Google Pixel 3 Lite might come out with a 12.2-mp main camera and an 8-mp selfie camera.

Besides, some expect Google also to launch a Pixel 3 XL Lite version that would boast a bigger screen, while, under the hood, it would sport the same specs mentioned above. Nonetheless, at Google I/O 2019, the company might also reveal more details on the upcoming Google Pixel 4 lineup. Be it as it may, Google I/O 2019 would be a very interesting event, as usual.

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