GOOGLE I/O 2022 Posts on XDA

Google products are getting better at representing different skin tones

One of the struggles people of color face in the digital world is the lack of proper representation. After all, plenty of algorithms and software don't have all skin tones in mind. This can make people feel misrepresented or left out when trying to use certain services and getting results that don't match them. One...

Multisearch near me will let you search locally for anything you see or type

Last month Google rolled out a new feature to the Google Search app on mobile called multisearch, which lets you search using images and text at the same time through Google Lens. Today at Google I/O 2022, the company announced a new capability for multisearch that will make it easier to search for local information. As...

‘Hey Google’ is no longer the only way to talk to Google Assistant

At Google I/O today, big changes have been revealed as to how we're going to be able to interact with Google Assistant going forward. Perhaps the biggest change for most is that you'll no longer be required to say "Hey Google" in order to trigger the Assistant. This was previously rumored but Google has now...

Google is adding support for 24 new languages to Translate

Google has announced that it's adding support for 24 new languages in Google Translate. The new languages are joining the already large list of options, and these languages are spoken by more than 300 million people, collectively. The newly added languages are ones that are severely underserved on the internet, and Google says it's hard to...

Google Maps gets new “immersive view” for cities, landmarks, and more

Google announced a bunch of new features and additions to its services at the Google I/O 2022 developer conference today. Perhaps the one that stands out the most, and is also likely to be used the most in the future, is the new "Immersive View" in Google Maps. Immersive View, as the name suggests, will...

Google I/O 2022: How to watch the company’s developer conference

Google I/O is the company's yearly conference for developers, and it goes live in just a few hours! Last year, Google gave us a better look at Android 12 during I/O 2021. This year during I/O 2022, we will likely get an extensive preview of Android 13 -- which is already in the beta testing...

Google details I/O 2022 schedule, providing a brief overview of keynotes and sessions

We’re just two weeks away from Google I/O 2022. While the yearly event is primarily targeted at developers, there will be plenty of fun stuff for enthusiasts and the general public. Google usually doesn’t reveal much about what it plans to announce at the event. However, the company has now released the Google I/O 2022...

Google Pixel Watch leaks again, and it looks familiar

We've been hearing about the Pixel Watch for a long, long time, and it seems that it'll finally be unveiled at this year's Google I/O. While there's not a whole lot that's leaked about it, we've had a rough idea of what to expect when it comes to its looks and some of its features. Now...

Google I/O 2022 is going to be in-person … kind of

Earlier today, Google published its traditional I/O puzzle, which is always meant to be a fun way for people to figure out when the Mountain View firm's developer conference will be held. Now, the company has confirmed the dates and venue for Google I/O 2022. It will be held on May 11 and May 12...

Google publishes new puzzle for revealing I/O 2022 information

Google I/O is a yearly event targeted mainly at developers, which is usually where we get our first good look at the yearly Android release and (occasionally) upcoming hardware products. Google usually creates a puzzle or teaser that leads to revealing the dates for I/O, and now the puzzle for I/O 2022 is live. The new...