Here’s the best of Google I/O 2021: Android 12, new additions to Google workspace, enhancements to Search and Photos, and more.
Google may not be ready to hold an in-person developer conference quite yet, but Google I/O was full of new developments across all of Google’s products and services. Well, one line of products was missing: hardware. If you were hoping for details on new Pixels, Chromecasts, Stadia consoles, or Nest smart home gear, you’ll have to wait.
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Capcom showed off more of Resident Evil Village in a Resident Evil showcase, sharing a new gameplay trailer and detailing Read more
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