Google’s annual developer conference and new services showcase I/O 2016 (short for “input/output”) is set to kick off today in Palo Alto, California at 10am PT/1pm ET. The search giant is set to announce new products, software and apps that will add to its current ecosystem of products. Google smartphones could see an upgrade with news about Android N, virtual reality enthusiasts could see a successor to Google Cardboard arrive and Amazon Echo fans could finally receive the Google version of the always-on, virtual home assistant. We’ll have to wait until the start of Google’s event before we know for sure.
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Google is rumored to bring numerous products to its show today. Along with a potential Android VR headset, Amazon Echo competitor (possibly named Google Chirp or Google Home) and new updates to Android, we could see more. An update on where the company’s driverless car project may be unveiled today, as well as news regarding the company’s indoor mapping initiative Project Tango. For more on what to expect, check out our all-encompassing prediction post. And check back with Popular Science for updates from the show.
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