This week is one of those big ones for the tech world: the week of Google I/O, Google’s developer conference at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. In addition to the dozens of technical sessions, lab sessions, and demonstrations of Google technologies such as Android, Chrome, and APIs, Google had a lot of announcements about the future of their products.
Similar to Apple, Google announces product updates and news during the keynote at the beginning of the conference. The massive 3.5-hour keynote was full of important statistics about Google’s impact across different products and sneak previews of new updates and features to those same products.
It’s a lot of information to take in, to say the least, so we put together an outline of the important updates from the keynotes and a few other tidbits of information from I/O: