All the news from the annual Google I/O event, including the latest on Android.
The Google I/O keynote offered a glimpse of what's coming from Google.
Web giant pulls back on an announced update to Google Now that would've allowed multilingual people to switch at will between languages.Articleby Seth Rosenblatt
Google has finally launched its wearables platform with some nice-looking devices to run it, but it was apparently a long road to this point.Articleby Eric Mack
Virtual reality may be one of the most important new frontiers in tech. But its pioneers still need to sell the public on the idea of reality-escaping face computers. Enter Google Cardboard.Articleby Nick Statt
Google Cardboard is the cheapest, easiest way to get a VR headset up and running at home. Here's the step-by-step process of building the company's premade design.Galleryby Nick Statt
A new round of smartwatches is set to arrive in July, sporting the Android Wear OS. Will one of them end up on your wrist?Articleby Amanda Kooser
At a women in technology panel that closed out Google I/O, the tech titan says that it will pay for "thousands" of women and minorities already in tech to advance their skills.Articleby Seth Rosenblatt
Regina Dugan of Google's skunkworks division gave an update on projects Ara and Tango, but it was a Disney-styled animation that stole the show at Google I/O.Articleby Seth Rosenblatt
Google's going after your car's dashboard in a big way this year with Android Auto, facing off with Apple's CarPlay in a battle of dashboard supremacy. There are four cars on the show floor at Google I/O this year, and we climbed into one to get you a full walk-through of the system.Videoby CNET
On mobile devices, the Web hasn't lived up to its promise of a universal programming foundation. Google is trying to change that.Articleby Stephen Shankland