Google I/O 2019 event in 13 minutes

Google I/O 2019 event in 13 minutes

(audience cheering) – Good morning, good morning. Wonderful to be back here at Shoreline with all of you. Last year we launched a
new feature in Google News called Full Coverage, and we have gotten great
feedback on it from our users. We’ll be bringing full
coverage directly to Search to better organize results
for news-related topics. You can even now see a timeline of events, and we’ll be bringing this
to Search later this year. Podcasts are another important
source of information. And we’ll be bringing them
directly to Search as well. – With computer vision
and augmented reality, the camera in our hands
is turning into a powerful visual tool, so today we are
excited to bring the camera to Google Search. Now when you search for
something like muscle flexion, you can view a 3D model
built by visible body, right from the search results. Not only that, pretty cool. Not only that, you can also
place it in your own space. (audience gasping and cheering) Okay, today let me show
you somebody new ways that we’re making Lens
more helpful to you. Say you’re at a restaurant trying to figure out what to order. Lens automatically
highlights the popular dishes at this restaurant, right on the menu. And of course if you wanna know more, you can tap on any dish on the menu and you can see what it looks like, again, at the restaurant. And of course check out what other people are saying about it on Google Maps. By the way, when you’re done eating, Lens can help pay for your meal. Not so fast, it’s not picking up your tab, but it can calculate the tip and even split the total. But we’re starting to think of other ways that we can connect
helpful digital information with the things in the physical world. So I’m gonna give you just one example. You’re flipping through
a Bon Appetit magazine and you see a recipe you like. Soon, you can point your
camera at the recipe and see the page come alive. – Duplex enables Google Assistant to make restaurant
reservations on your behalf by actually placing a call. But now we are moving beyond voice, and extending Duplex to tasks on the web. Say you get a calendar
reminder about an upcoming trip and you wanna book a rental car. You can just ask Google,
book a National car rental for my next trip. The Assistant opens the National website and automatically starts
filling out your information. It’s acting on your behalf
and helping you save time, but you are always in control of the flow. What you just saw is an early preview of what we are calling Duplex on the web, and we’ll have more
details later this year. – What if the Assistant was so fast that processing your voice, that tapping to operate your phone
would almost seem slow. This next generation Assistant will let you instantly operate
your phone with your voice, multi-task across apps, and complete your calendar
will even work offline. But it also has to be personal enough to really help you. We call this feature picks for you, and it’ll be launching on smart
displays later this summer, starting with recipes,
podcasts, and events. Now beyond your preferences, becoming more personal means the Assistant will better understand the
people, places, and events that are important to you. If you shared important
people, places, and events with the Assistant, you’ll
be able to ask for things more naturally, and rest assured, you’re always in control. You can edit or delete
this information at anytime in the updated you tab
in Assistant settings. I’m happy to share the
Assistant is also coming to ways in the next few weeks. Now I’d like to show you this
future of how we’re improving your mobile driving experience even more. Introducing the Assistant’s
new driving mode. Just put your phone in the car and say, hey Google, let’s drive. Driving mode will be available this summer on any Android phone with the Assistant. – Part of the way we built for everyone is by ensuring that our
products are safe and private. If you’re in Search, you
can tap on your photo and you can quickly access the most relevant privacy
controls for Search in case your data in Search. Here, you can view and
manage your recent activity, and you can easily change
your privacy settings. Last week we announced
auto delete controls, which you’ll also be able
to access right from that. Data helps make Search
work better for you. And with auto delete, you can choose how long you want it to be saved. This is launching today
for web and app activity. We’ll be rolling it
out in location history in the coming weeks. One tap access to your Google account will be coming to our major products, including Chrome, Search,
Assistant, YouTube, Google News, and Maps. And speaking of Maps, if you
tap on your profile photo, in addition to finding easy access to your privacy controls, you’ll find a new feature, incognito mode. Incognito mode has been a popular feature in Chrome since it launched, and we are bringing this to Maps. While in incognito in Maps, your activity, like the places you search and navigate to won’t be
linked to your account. We wanna make it easy to enter in and out of incognito and Maps will
soon join Chrome and YouTube with support for incognito,
and will be bringing it to Search as well this year. – Today there are over 2.5
billion active Android devices. And this year, display technology will take an even bigger leap with foldables coming from
multiple Android OEMs. Foldables take advantage
of a completely new display technology. They literally bend and fold, from phone to tablet-size screen. And Q maximizes what’s
possible on these screens. Another exciting innovation is 5G. And Android Q supports 5G natively. Now in addition to hardware innovation, we’re also seeing huge firsts in software driven by advances in
on-device machine learning. All this protects user privacy. And this is OS-wide. No the same on-device machine learning powers another useful Q
feature, which is smart reply. With smart reply, the
OS helpfully suggests what you’ll type next. It’ll predict the text you’ll type, even emojis, and it’s a huge time saver. What’s really cool is this works now for all messaging apps in Android. Now there’s one more addition
to Android Q that’s small but you’ve been asking
us about for a while, and that is dark theme. And we’re launching it in Q. You can activate it by
using the quick tile or by turning on battery saver, and in fact it will help you save battery. You should always be in
control of what you share and who you share it with. In Q we’ve brought privacy
to the top level in settings, and there you’ll find a
number of important controls all in one place. Activity data, location history, ad settings, and you
decide what’s on or off. With Q your device will
give you helpful reminders whenever an app accesses location when you’re not actively using that app. In Q we’ve brought location controls to the forefront in settings so you can quickly review every app and change location access
with simple controls. We wanna help people find balance, and that’s why we’ve created
a new mode for Android. It’s called focus mode. When I enter focus mode, I can select the apps
that I find distracting. Focus mode is coming to
devices on P and Q this fall. In Q, family link parental
controls will be built right into the settings of the device, so when you set up a device
for someone in your family, family link will help
connect it to a parent, and you can review any apps that your child wants to install. Now there’s a ton more in Q that we don’t have time to cover. A ton. Everything from streaming
media to hearing aids, to better connectivity, to new gesture UI, and more, so today I’m excited to announce that Q beta three is available on 21 devices. – Over the past year
we’ve brought the Nest and Google teams together to deliver on our vision
of the helpful home. And today, we’re further
simplifying things, bringing all of these products together under the Nest name. Introducing Nest Hub Max. It’s a new product that has a camera and a larger 10-inch display. If you wanna know what’s
going on in your home, you can choose to use it like a Nest Cam. And just like a Nest Cam, it’s easy to see your event history, enable home and away assist, and you also get a notification
if the camera detects any motion or see someone it
doesn’t recognize in your home. The camera has a wide angle lens and it automatically adjusts to keep you centered in the frame. You can chat with any
iOS or Android device, or a PC with a Chrome browser. You can also use Duo
to leave video messages for members of your household. Nothing is streamed or recorded unless you intentionally enable it. And you’ll always know
when the camera is on with a green indicator light. You have multiple controls
to disable camera features and a physical switch on the back electrically disconnects the
camera and the microphones. But today we’re also extending the options to personalize using the camera with a feature we call face match. For each person in your family that chooses to turn it on, the Assistant guides you through a process of creating a face model, which is then encrypted
and stored on the device. Then, whenever you walk
in front of the camera, Hub Max recognizes you and
shows just your information and not anyone else’s. And in the morning, I
can walk into the kitchen and the Assistant knows to greet me with my calendar, my commuting details, the weather, and any other information I need to start my day. You’re also getting full stereo sound with a powerful rear-facing woofer. And now when the volume’s up instead of yelling at the
Assistant to turn it down or pause the game, with the camera, it’s as simple as a gesture. You just raise your hand. All this will be available on Nest Hub Max later this summer for just $229. And today, we’re lowering the price of the original Nest
Hub from $149 to $129. Next I wanna talk about Pixel. I wanna introduce you
to the newest members of the Pixel family, Google Pixel 3a and 3A XL, designed to
deliver premium features at a price people will love. They start at just $399. – Pixel 3a comes in three colors. Just black, clearly
white, and a new color, purple-ish. (audience laughing) Pixel 3a supports Blue Tooth 5.0, and USBC digital audio, and we’ve also included a
3.5 millimeter audio jack. Pixel 3a can take amazing
photos in low light with night sight. We’ve also enabled Pixel’s portrait mode on both the front and rear cameras. And our super res zoom applies
computational photography. Starting today on Pixel phones, when you use walking
directions instead of staring at that blue dot on your phone, you’re going to see
arrows in the real world to tell you where to turn next. (audience cheering) Pixel 3a has adaptive battery, uses machine learning to optimize based on how you use your phone. So you can get up to 30
hours on a single charge. And, with the included 18-watt charger, you’ll get up to seven
hours of battery life with just 15 minutes of charging. On the software side, you get the latest Google security patches
and updates for three years including Android Q this summer. Pixel 3a and 3axl are
available in 13 markets starting today. – Thank you, and enjoy the rest of iO. – Now before I go, I wanna
share a little something that a lot of you have been asking for. Check this out. (uplifting music) Stop. No hey Google needed. And it’s rolling out on smart displays and Google homes in English-speaking
locales starting today.

100 thoughts on “Google I/O 2019 event in 13 minutes

  1. Google IO 2029 : Google assistant has learnt so much about you that you don't even need to use your phone, it will call,text.whastapp, & even post the selected good pics to your instagram account. Along with Google GLass v5 which knows when to take pics, that too is automated, all this so that you can relax in your home, while your phone does everything for you, "being you"

  2. Google is seriously working hard to create new technologies for people. I finished my PG this year. I cannot say how much Google has helped me to finish my education right from my schooling days.

    Thank you google,For everything.

  3. Scares me when they insist on "you are always in control" part with every feature demonstration of the assistant!

  4. All these "privacy" features are just a red herring in to fooling people to give up more of their privacy to Google while thinking the whole time that Google is your friend protecting your privacy. The sad thing is that 99% of the user base will not know this. Well played Google. Well played.

  5. One common dialogue “You are in Control” which is not true.. Google can’t deliver decent experience without stealing your private data like activity, location, search history…

  6. The phone with only single sim card slot, neither have expandable memory card slot. With so many futuristic features and such photograph quality, how many pictures and other stuff you can save in a fixed 64gb rom which have been decreased by it's software utlities. These days, people need bigger ram for better multi tasking and bigger rom for better memory space.

  7. Google: In incognito mode, you can browse safely without processing your information so its private..
    So how do they know the incognito mode is popular if its all private?

  8. Our device is berly running on Android N or O . And guys thinking about android Q.
    Wow 😆😝 Google needs to focus on Android updates instead of next android OS.

  9. Woah………when Google compared photo with IPhone X seriously shows their anger towards APPLE……..😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

  10. let's all just take a moment and appreciate the sign language expert for people with hearing disabilities at the far right

  11. These are plans to kick Africa out of technology and AI 😒. Why aren't these devices sold in Senegal, or Kenya, or South Africa, or Egypt?

  12. People are just so negative sometimes, talk too much while actually their brain is big zero. Bet if its something that came from china they will praise it nonstop what a bunch of jokes.

  13. It would be neat to have the menu detection thing help detect vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, etc. options (or maybe that's something that they've done and just isn't in the thirteen-minute reduction).

  14. Eh still doesn’t have a computer, laptop, tablet, portable media player like Apple does, but does have a phone.

  15. Take a picture upload it in the search bar google gives me all the info possible on said picture… google make it so!

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