Here is a list of everything that Google announced at the I/O keynote:
2 billion – CEO Sundar Pichai took the stage to announce that there are two billion active Android users. Some other numbers he gave: 800 million users on Google Drive, 500 million users on Google Photos with 1.2 billion photos uploaded daily.
AI – Artificial Intelligence and machine learning are big parts of Google’s every day activities. This year the conference promoted the AI angle even more, with some of news products like Google Lens only possible with machine learning.
TPU – Google developed its own processors for machine learning. The new second generation TPU’s (tensor processing units) can deliver up to 18- teraflops of performance.
Google Assistant – The assistant is now on at least a 100 million devices and is now more conversational than ever before. There is also support for typed queries for instances where audio output is not appropriate.
iPhone – The Google Assistant is now available for iPhone users, with a widget to make invoking the assistant easier.
Google Home – The team outlined the new features coming to Google Home: Proactive assistant, hands-free calling, entertainment and responses on TV.
Google Photos – The popular photo storage and sharing service got two new headline features. The first suggests sharing based on facial recognition and the other is a print service for photo books.
YouTube – YouTube got a single feature at the keynote, adding 360 degree video support to the TV app.
Android – The rest of the announcements were all related to Android. The first was the announcement of the new O developer preview, and then the low-end Android Go announcement.