Unfortunately, there's no Pixel Tablet to touch in person yet. But here's a look at everything else Google debuted…
Who is Google trying to fool here, anyway? It looks so much like a smart home device.
The company will showcase the new Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro, plus the much-rumored Pixel Watch.
Last week on Gadgettes, we ran through all the details of Google's new mid-range device, the Pixel 6a.
I still don't get the point of the LEDs on the back, but they do look cool.
We're a little over a month away from the expected release date, but YouTube's got plenty of teasers already.
Some Pixel users have complained that they can't activate smart devices, and Google is throwing the blame on Sonos.
It's a fun way to put a cool spin on what is otherwise a relatively standard software update.
It's only the charging puck/cable for now, but it'll be interesting to see how the watch's manufacturing story…
After its failed Pixel Slate tablet, Google tries again with Android.
The company built a custom processor for its first smartwatch, which features full Fitbit integration.
You can't buy any of these phones yet, but they're coming soon.
Smartphones, earbuds, a tablet, and yes, a Wear OS watch—Google I/O had something for everyone.
ANC is once again marketed as a pro feature pushing the new Pixel Buds to $200.