Author : Tronserve | Wednesday, 15 May 2019
Google CEO Sundar Pichai is believed to showcase much-anticipated updates to the company's hardware lines and artificial intelligence Tuesday in his address at the company's annual I/O conference for software developers.
Google will likewise likely address privacy updates as worries about data sharing consistently plague the tech industry. Facebook committed highly of its own conference last week to addressing privacy.
Rumors suggest that Google may well unveil a mid-range Pixel phone as a cheaper alternative to the flagship model currently available for sale for $800.
Google says more than 7,000 developers will enroll its annual conference in Mountain View, which is focused on updates for the computer engineers that build apps and services on top of Google technology. I/O has also turned into a stage to announce new consumer products.
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