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Google's IO 2019 is upon us the company made a number of high profile announcements at a key note.
Google lens is headed to search which will let users search the web using their camera lens, it would also bring art to search results, Letting people understand the scale of objects by seeing their size through their screen.
Google is bringing duplex to the web, adding upon its debut last year,where google demoed a robotic voice that made restaurants reservations.
Duplex will now include more types of bookings, like car rentals and movie tickets.
But on the web duplex will be able to fill out forms and automate many of the tedious tests of the internet.
The Google Home hub is being rebranded as Nest Hub, there's also a new product Nest Hub Max.
It has a larger screen as a camera and wants to be the central hub of your smart home.
Will go for $229.
Finally google has released an affordable version of the company's flagship phone, The Pixel.
The Pixel 3a and 3a XL will start at $399, and will have the same impressive camera pixel phones are known for, and even a headphone jack.
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