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Google I/O 2019: Day 1 livestream with Pixel 3A, Google Nest Hub Max, Assistant, Android Q and more: How to watch – CNET

This morning's announcements at Google I/O spans new Pixel phones to Assistant in your car.

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Today, more than 7,000 developers gathered on the grounds of the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California, to attend the annual Google I/O developer conference. Google CEO Sundar Pichai kicked off the event discussing the products Google makes for your home, car and life, from Google Assistant to Android Q. Through the nearly two-hour keynote address, Google talked about the new Google Next Hub Max, it's plans for Lens and AR, where it's headed with Lens and AR, midrange Pixel 3A and 3AXL phones and what's new in Android Q. Google I/O runs May 7 through May 9.


Google CEO Sundar Pichai takes the stage at Google I/O today.

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Google Lens and AR

To kick off the morning's keynote address, Google showed how Google Search and Lens are pushing into deeper phone uses for AR -- and bringing a Great White Shark onto the stage.

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Google demos new AR features this morning at its I/O conference. And a shark.

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Google Duplex

Unveiled at last year's Google I/O, Duplex began as an automated method for placing calls on your behalf to perform a few services, such as making reservations at a restaurant, using natural conversation. Today, Google said it is bringing Duplex to the web, helping you complete tasks in more places.

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Google intends to extends Duplex to the web.

Screenshot by Morgan Little/CNET

Google Assistant

This morning, the tech giant said it is expanding the reach of Google Assistant -- its artificial-intelligence personal helpmate -- to make it much more useful, including in the car.

Google Assistant gets to know you better with personalization updates at Google I/O

Upgraded Google Assistant gets faster and smarter

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Google Assistant comes to the car.

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Android Q

Expected to ship sometime this summer or fall, Android Q will be focused on improving privacy and providing more useful notifications and offer a collection of useful additions. And dark theme! Today, Google also showed off support for foldable Android phones and said beta 3 of Android Q is available now.

Google Focus Mode will tune out your most distracting apps

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Android Q lets you get security updates without pesky reboots

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Android Q is coming later this year, with dark mode.

Screenshot by Morgan Little/CNET

Hub Max and Google smart home devices

Google reworked its smart-home line, combining its Nest smart-home plans and Google Home smart devices into the Google Nest Brand. The merged lineup of smart-home devices feature the new Google Nest Hub Max, which sports a 10-inch screen.

Google Nest Hub Max: A higher-end smart display for Google Assistant


The new Nest Hub Max comes in at $229.

James Martin

Pixel 3A and Pixel 3AXL

The new Pixel 3A and Pixel 3AXL Android phones Google announced today are mid-range, budget-friendly versions of Google's top-end Pixel 3 and Pixel 3XL devices. The new phones offers a price-friendly way to get the straight-up Android experience on a device.

Pixel 3A review: The cheap phone Google always needed

Pixel 3A and 3A XL announced at Google I/O 2019

Google is already working on a foldable Pixel phone


Google has big plans for its Pixel phones.

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Google is using AI and voice recognition technology to help people with disabilities live more independent and autonomous lives.

Google takes wraps off new accessibility projects at I/O


Google is using AI technology to help people with speech impairments more easily communicate.


Originally published May 4, 12:53 p.m. PT.

Update, May 7, 10:19 a.m. PT: Adds details from conference. 10:54 a.m: Additional details from conference. 11:10 a.m: Additional details from conference. 11:22 a.m: Additional details from conference. 12:03 p.m: Additional details from conference.

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