The Next Google Event: News, Rumors, and Announcements

The release of the latest Pixel smartphone and more

Google holds events both annually and less regularly to announce new products and functionality. Google I/O is the company's conference for developers, while Made by Google is more consumer-facing.

What Is the Date for the Next Google Event?

The most recent Google I/O event was on May 10. The company will release a few products in June, but no official event has been announced.

What Will Google Announce?

There's not much official about Google's next event, including its exact date, but it will undoubtedly be about how it uses AI to unlock more of its search capabilities. This is no doubt Google's answer to positioning itself against ChatGPT.

You can watch the events live on Google's YouTube channel.

Previous Google Events

At Google's previous event, "Google Presents: Live from Paris," which took place on February 8, 2023, they announced that they're using enhanced AI capabilities across all their search applications. With the catch phrase, "If you can see it, you can search it," they introduced high-level AI-powered features in Google Translate, Google Lens, and Google Maps.

Google Translate includes 133 new languages, 33 of which have been added to its offline mode so you don't need an internet connection to translate.

Google Lens allows you to search directly from photos and videos. Its new multisearch feature lets you mix modalities like images and text, while in the US, you can use "multisearch near me."

Google Maps now provides a more immersive view of the real world, allowing you to search with both indoor and outdoor live view.

They also introduced Bard, an AI-driven search engine that can provide not simply facts, but also context for any topic you enter a query about. In addition, they presented NORA, or No One Right Answer, which provides multiple answers to a query so you can delve deeper into a topic yourself.

On October 6, 2022, Google officially announced its Pixel 7 and 7 Pro smartphones, Pixel Watch, and the latest Pixel Buds. All these devices were manufactured using recycled materials. The company also previewed the Pixel Tablet, which will arrive later this year.

Google I/O 2022 featured teasers of Android 13, Pixel 7, and Glasses. It also showed off a Pixel Watch with Fitbit integration, the Pixel Buds Pro (its answer to the AirPods Pro), a Pixel tablet, and AR Glasses.

Google didn't offer much information about their AR Glasses aside from a demo of live translation during a conversation. Availability, pricing, and specs are not yet known.

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