Google I/O 2023 live updates: Pixel Fold, Bard AI, Android 14 and more
More foldables, more AI!
Google is hosting its first full-on in-person I/O developer conference since the pandemic and we expect the company to announce a biblical amount of news at breakneck pace. Engadget is here at the show and will bring you a liveblog of what's happening at the keynote as it happens. The show kicks off at 1pm ET today and we'll be starting our commentary as early as noon. Keep your browser open here for our coverage of everything from Mountain View, CA today!
Thanks to everyone who joined us today, we appreciate you! And we need to get bathroom breaks and some warmer temperatures now, but we'll be right back at it. We'll be posting videos to our TikTok and Instagram profiles too so definitely follow those for faster updates. Make sure you check out our articles and videos on the Engadget YouTube channel too!
Now, we're heading to some demos here at Shoreline, so stay tuned for some more coverage from the ground. I'm expecting to get a demo of Project Starline so definitely stay tuned for that!
Pichai wants Google to do this responsibly in a way that underscores the deep commitment it feels to get it right. He's thanking us and saying goodbye. That's a wrap!
Pichai says he's really enjoying the new tablet and the first foldable phone. As we wrap up, Pichai says he's been reflecting on the big technology shift. The shift with AI 'Is as big as they come, and that's why it's so important we make AI helpful for everyone."
Jiminy Christmas, $1800?!?! That's more than I paid for my first car. At least it comes with a free watch.
The Pixel family continues to grow, Osterloh said, with tablets and foldables joining the mix. He's handing the stage back to Pichai.
If you pre-order a Pixel Fold, you'll get a free Pixel Watch on Google.
Google I/O 2023 in-depth coverage
Pixel Fold vs. Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4: Battle of the foldables
Pixel Tablet vs. the competition: Google's latest stab at making Android tablets a thing
Google Pixel 7a vs the competition: Pushing the boundaries of a budget phone
Google Pixel Fold hands-on: Finally, a real rival for Samsung’s foldables
Google's Pixel Fold costs $1,799 and runs last year's Tensor G2 chip
Pixel Tablet hands-on: Basically a $500 smart display with a detachable screen
Google gives Android tablets yet another shot with the $499 Pixel Tablet
Google’s $499 Pixel 7a has a 64-megapixel camera and wireless charging
Google’s Find My Device will soon detect unknown Bluetooth trackers
Google's Project Tailwind is an AI-infused personal notebook
Google unveils its multilingual, code-generating PaLM 2 language model
Google adds more context and AI-generated photos to image search
Google's Search Labs lets you test its AI-powered 'products and ideas'
Google Search's new Perspectives tab will highlight forum and social media posts
Google Search Generative Experience preview: A familiar, yet different approach
Google’s Duet AI brings more generative features to Workspace apps
Google's Bard AI is now available without a waitlist in 180 countries
Google is incorporating Adobe's Firefly AI image generator into Bard
Google Photos will use generative AI to straight-up change your images