Google I/O'17 keynote highlights
Catch the highlights and top announcements of each keynote.
Google I/O'17 event highlights
Relive the best moments of this year's I/O in photos and with our highlights video.
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Android now supports Kotlin
Android is adding support for the Kotlin programming language — a brilliantly designed, mature language that we believe will make Android development faster and more fun. Kotlin also plays well with the Java programming language, with effortless interoperation between the two. The Kotlin plugin is now bundled with Android Studio 3.0 and is available for immediate download.
Introducing the TensorFlow Research Cloud
To accelerate the pace of open machine-learning research, we are introducing the TensorFlow Research Cloud (TFRC), a cluster of 1,000 Cloud TPUs that will be made available free of charge to support a broad range of computationally-intensive research projects that might not be possible otherwise.
What's new with Firebase at I/O'17
From Performance Monitoring to Analytics improvements to phone authentication, learn about all the exciting updates to Firebase announced during Google I/O.