Commentary on the Google IO 2021 Conference

This week, Augusto Pinaud and Ray Sidney-Smith discuss Google I/O 2021 Conference, Enjoy!

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In this Cast | Commentary on the Google IO 2021 Conference

Ray Sidney-Smith

Augusto Pinaud

Art Gelwicks, a productivity and collaboration consultant, blogger at theideapump.com, and host of the Being Productive podcast as well as ProductivityCast Podcast.

Headlines & Show Notes | Commentary on the Google IO 2021 Conference

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Google hits the highlights of its I/O keynote in official 9-minute recap [Video]

Google I/O 2021: Being helpful in moments that matter 

Google Assistant adds Your apps settings menu for Android

Google I/O Keynote shows Chromebook Phone Hub getting a great new feature

Google Unveils Smart Canvas a Fusion of Docs Sheets and Slides

Google Workspace introduces Smart Canvas features to radically transform collaboration

Google Workspace turns to ‘smart chips’ to weave Docs, Tasks, and Meet together

Googles new Material You design language is coming to Chromebooks too

Google I/O 2021: 9 new Chromebook features on the way

Whats New in Chrome OS at Google I/O makes a great case for developing for Chromebooks

What Googles renewed interest in Wear OS and its Fitbit acquisition mean for you and your data

Google Is Fixing Wear OS by Merging It With Samsung Tizen

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