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Google I/O: Ask More (Part-1)

Google just Yesterday did thier annual developer conference: Google I/O. With the most trending topic of Google Duplex. My expectations were somewhat not met.

Here’s The Thing

Fuchsia:

Google is working on new operating system after androis called Fuchsia. The operating System is still in development. Though unlike Android it is said it would be a commmon platform for laptops and mobiles. No new updates about same were shared by Google, which could have been highly interesting

Google Image Obstruction:

Google last year at Google I/O announced, thier plans of a New Algorithm that could remove obstruction from images, like a fence that may be spoiler for Your photos. We expected it to featurw in Pixel 2. But negative now bot even in Google I/O also, a revolutionary idea is in delay.

Material Design 2.0:

Google released Material Design with Android Lolipop, that revolutionalized the UI, across all types of devices. Though the insights can be seen in Gmail redesign, but the talk for it in Main Keynote was much awaited. It can be expected to have some serious improvements in functionality point of view

Android Go:

Android Go the Google’s bid to conquer small scale market has been some what a hit or miss, not much momentum has been gained in market on it, though from consumer point of view we are waiting for more devices in that domain. At I/O expected some new improvements in Android P Go version also, which were never heard.

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