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Google CEO Sundar Pichai kicks off Google I/O 2018.
Most important news to drop from Google I/O is that Google has fixed the cheeseburger emoji so the cheese is on top.
Google Assistant can do so many new things like perform two actions on a single command.
Google Assistant can speak in six new voices, including John Legend.
Google Assistant's new AI voice Duplex is eerily lifelike.
LG's TVs get Google Assistant voice controls.
Google smart displays will have YouTube TV.
Google Routine is now fully customizable.
JBL Link Bar building Google Assistant into the sound bar.
Whirlpool drops the "ask Whirlpool" when talking to your appliances using Google Assistant.
Google Assistant's Pretty Please will help your children become more polite.
Google announced many new Android P features. You can install the beta right now if you're curious.
Google is using AI to save your phone's battery juice.
App Actions predict your next task.
The App Actions feature will also do things like prompt you to resume listening to music when you plug in your headphone jack.
Android P on a demo device at Google I/O 2018.
Android Dashboard takes on phone addiction, and will help people put down their phones.
Android P beta testers can rely on gestures instead.
Beta testers can also now block visual disturbances.
Google Photos will suggest actions for you to perform with photos
The Google Photos' new AI feature helps edit images automatically. They will also colorize old photos.
Google Maps has lots of new features, and can now text your friends your ETA.
At some point you may even have a virtual guide (like this fox) to lead you.
Google introduces Smart Compose autocomplete feature for Gmail.
Google announced it was integrating its augmented-reality visual helper Lens directly into camera apps on phones like its Pixel.
A Google News overhaul incorporates AI everywhere for better, more well-rounded delivery
Google's Wear OS watches will have better battery life.
Google's Tour Creator aims at the education market and will let schools make their own VR stories.
Google Lookout aims to tell the blind and visually impaired more about their surroundings and text.
Google Home lands in 7 new countries.