GOOGLE’s most mind-blowing session , the GOOGLE I/O was held from May 17 to May 19 2017.
In case you’ve missed it out don’t worry we have got all of it covered in this article.Keep reading..
In case you didn’t know what GOOGLE I/O is ,it is an annual developer conference held by Google in San Francisco, California where they showcase the technical in-depth sessions based on the new advancements in technology.
ANNOUNCEMENT NO 1:GOOGLE LENSES
For all the Pokemon fans out there , every time Ash din’t know what Pokemon he was looking at , remember he took out a freaky little red thing that told Ash everything about that Pokemon? It’s the same thing. Don’t know what flower or shop you are looking at? Ask your device and it will identify it for you and tell you all that you need to know about it in a jiffy.
ANNOUNCEMENT NO.2: KOTLIN FOR ANDROID
If you have just started to learn Android , I have a good news for you.Google has announced KOTLIN as the first class language for Android. For those of you who have already learnt Java , there is good news for you too ,Kotlin is a flavour of Java and has some things which resemble to Java like both of them get compiled to form bytecode.
Now that Google announced its official language for Android , you know what to learn next.
ANNOUNCEMENT NO 3: YOUTUBE 360
Susan Wojcicki, CEO of YouTube told keynote attendees that viewers watched 1 billion hours of content on the video platform in 2016.
360-degree video is coming to YouTube’s TV app, including live 360 video. Using the TV remote, you can pan around the video.Now you can enjoy the 360 videos in your television too.
ANNOUNCEMENT NO 4: GOOGLE FOR JOBS!
Yes,Google now has its own Naukri.com. Using the AI technology , it helps candidates to find the most relevant jobs and companies find it’s most suitable employees.
ANNOUNCEMENT NO.5: ANDROID GO
GOOGLE announced Android Go, which is a platform focusing on optimizing the data usage in low-specced, low-cost budget phones.
This will make life more easier for all those people relying on limited data packages.