This week on The Chrome Cast, you likely know exactly what we’re talking about. Unless you were disconnected from the internet this week, there’s no way you missed hearing about Google I/O 2022 and all the announcements that came from the jam-packed day-1 keynote.
More than ever, Google not only told us about things happening in the software/services side of the operation, but opened up the floodgates regarding their upcoming hardware plans for the rest of 2022 and beyond. There was so much announced that we didn’t expect, and there’s so much to discuss this week!
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- New Chromebook features announced at Google I/O 2022
- Google Assistant can now be activated without a hot word, will be patient with filler words, pauses
- Google’s new hardware invaded the software and service-focused Google I/O [VIDEO]
- YouTube gained many AI-based features over the past year that were highlighted at I/O
- Google officially went with a new fingerprint scanner for Pixel 6a
- Google Search advancements take center stage at Google I/O
- LumaFusion video editor is quietly shown running on a Chromebook at Google I/O 2022
- Google resurrects the Pixel Android tablet
- Google announces AI-powered features to Workspace that improve Google Meet calls and Spaces
- Google reveals the new Pixel Buds Pro at Google I/O 2022 complete with Active Noise Cancellation
- Google makes the Pixel Watch official at Google I/O 2022
- The Pixel 6a is official and the rumors were spot on
- Google shares first official look at the upcoming Pixel 7 at I/O 2022
- Revamped Google Wallet officially revealed, Pay gets Virtual Cards for better checkout protection
- Google I/O 2022 Day One recap with highlights for Android Developers
- Webex Meetings teams up with Google to release a Progressive Web App for Chromebooks
- Google I/O Pinball celebrates the developer event with a fun, web-based game