For 2017, this keynote speech will take place on Wednesday May 17 at 6PM BST. So Android O will include so-called "wise limits" that will monitor the amount of energy and power that each app is using, and limit an app's access to those resources if it is hogging them. As it might just turn out that Android O is simply a significant improvement package for Nougat, but would Google be satisfied with just that? Of course, it will run as an app, but jumping on to the iOS platform is going to give Google a lot of hits. The feature is a set of vision based computing capabilities to understand what exactly you are looking at. This is an event primarily for developers and Google mostly talks about very techy stuff here.
In previous years, Google has announced new versions of its Android mobile operating system at I/O, as well as new hardware devices. The service will remind you to share specific photos, but also suggest people to share them with (taking into account the people in the photos, as the above picture shows). There has also been a report that Google is working on a standalone headset like the Oculus and HTC Vive, which doesn't require it to be hooked onto a smartphone. Google will also let you share whole photos libraries with others.
Pichai announced Google Lens, the company's take on augmenting reality using the camera app to recognise objects in the screen and provide essential suggestions.
You can ask Google to search Google, control smart home appliances, and track packages, Google said.
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Earlier this year, Google released developer preview of Android O, the latest version of Google's Android which is still under development.
Google Assistant is considered as a more elaborated voice assistant when you compare it to Siri.
Google is releasing its voice-controlled assistant on a free app designed for iPhone's operating system on Wednesday. That has "profound implications for our core mission", Pichai says, and will come first to Google Assistant and Google Photos before spreading to other products.
The overview came today during Google's annual conference for thousands of computer programmers. Executives are also laying out how the company is expanding the reach and capabilities of the Google Assistant, which is now available on some smartphones and an internet-connected speaker called Home.