Tech fans are already beginning to buzz ahead of next month's big Apple event, WWDC 2017. The company is expected to show off iOS 11, a new Siri smart speaker to take on the Google Home and Amazon Echo, several updated laptops, new iPads, and more. We still have more than two weeks to go before WWDC kicks off though, and this week has been all about another tech giant: Google.
Google I/O is one of the most hotly anticipated tech events of the year, and this year did not disappoint — which is interesting considering the fact that Google didn't introduce any new hardware products this past week. Google is a software company first and foremost, of course, and Google I/O 2017 focused on software. Android O is obviously at the top of everyone's minds, especially now that there are more than 2 billion monthly active Android devices in use, and Google announced plenty of new Android O features. Interestingly, however, the best new functions that will be available in Android O have nothing to do with Android O.
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