Made by Google 2018

(upbeat music) – The Pixel
(tense music) can’t stop leaking. – We pretty much know
everything there is to know about a Pixel 3, as
well as the Pixel 3 XL. – We have a very clear
image now of this Pixel 3. – We know pretty much everything about it. – No matter how hard you try, you literally can’t get
anything past the internet. (audience cheering and applauding) – Good morning, everyone! I’m so glad you’ve joined us. We’re shaking things up a
little bit with a new venue, some new faces in a new city. Special welcome to our
friends in the media. We’ve also invited some of
our top sales associates from Verizon and TELUS. Welcome. (audience cheering and applauding) Yeah, that’s right. For you out-of-towners,
thanks so much for coming here to New York city to be with us. So this year marks
Google’s 20th anniversary, and for two decades, we’ve been
working towards our mission of helping to organize
the world’s information, make it more accessible
and helpful for everybody. Delivering information has
always been in our DNA. It’s why we exist. We love working on really hard problems that make life easier for people in big and small ways. And I wanted to tell you a couple stories about what I mean about this. So even after two decades,
we’re constantly working to shave as many milliseconds as possible off of our search times. That focus has caused us to
push into a bunch of new areas. We designed our own servers. We designed an operating
system to run our data centers. All this so you could find
search results faster. But if we’re really gonna help
people, we need to make sure we provide the most
relevant search results. And we can only do that if we know what people are asking for. So we set out to understand
the nuances of language and the intent behind the words. As we progressed on that, we
realized that we could help with translation, too. That’s led us down a path of developing completely new technologies,
software, hardware, and the AI that underlies it all. And now, we’re translating
143 billion words every day in more than 100 languages. And now more people can
say what they wanna say to each other. Beautiful, hello, thank you. These are three of the
most requested words in every language. And with speech recognition
as good as it is, we can roll out voice interactions across our hardware
devices so your devices understand you when you talk to them. We can lessen the pain
of responding to emails by suggesting quick responses. And Smart Compose in Gmail even offers to finish your sentences as you type. It can suggest relevant contextual phrases and cut back on repetitive typing like addresses. Smart Compose is already saving people a billion characters of typing each week and it’s coming to
mobile first with Pixel. So with our improvements in language, the Google Assistant is much better at getting things done for you like booking a restaurant
reservation over the phone. That’s our Duplex technology
you saw earlier this year. These incredible technologies
you’ll hear about today are built on this 20-year
history of making information more accessible and helpful for people. This is also true of our work in imaging. Many of you in this room
say last year’s Pixel 2 still takes the best
pictures even in a year with so many amazing flagship phones. That’s not a fluke. Pixel’s camera completely
rethinks how images are captured and we can trace that intelligence directly back to Google Search. We noticed very early on
that people were using Google to search for images
even though our results weren’t perfect back then because we were looking at meta tags, we were looking at surrounding text. Now it’s just really a work-around. But what we really needed to do was look at the images themselves. So we spent years researching computer vision technologies, analyzing hundreds of millions of photos, and now we’re getting better all the time at recognizing objects and
faces and even concepts within an image or a scene. And we have all kinds of
ways to put this technology to work for you. Like right now, you can search
through your photo library so pictures are accessible
wherever you are without any work from you. And we can help take a
stunning portrait photo just like you would with a DSLR. And we can smooth out
shakiness in your videos. You can also point your
camera at a movie poster, get local theater listings, maybe even look up an actor’s bio. And we’ve invented a new type of camera, put it on a fleet of cars,
and then drove those cars all over the world to give you
a detailed map of the world. So from searching to translating to getting a great photo of the world, when we see an opportunity to help people, we go the extra mile. Our deep investment in AI over many years is at the core of our
ability to push forward in many areas at once. And you’re gonna see this in
a lot of our products today. I say this every year,
but the big breakthroughs you’re gonna see are
not in hardware alone. They come at the
intersection of AI, software, and hardware working together. This approach is what makes
Google’s hardware experience so unique and it unlocks all
kinds of helpful benefits. When we think about
artificial intelligence in a consumer hardware context, it isn’t artificial at all. It’s helping you get real
things done every day. A shorter route to work,
a gorgeous vacation photo, a more efficient home. Our guiding principle
here is exactly the same as it’s been for 20 years, to respect our users
and to put them first. And that guides our work in
three very specific ways. First, we wanna respect
each user as an individual and provide them with
their own personal Google. Just as Google is organizing
the world’s information, we can combine AI, software, and hardware to organize your information. Your experience and
the help we provide you is unique to you. The Google Assistant is
the best expression of this and it’s always available
to help provide help when and where you need it. Second, we’re committed to
the security of our users. We need to offer simple, powerful ways to safeguard your devices. One way we do this is at the OS level. Google Play Protect is
the most widely deployed mobile threat protection
service in the world and it constantly works in the background to keep your devices and data safe. We’ve also integrated Titan Security, the system we built for
Google data centers, into our mobile devices
with a new dedicated chip. Titan Security protects your
most sensitive on-device data by securing your lock screen and strengthening disk encryption. And it also even protects the integrity of the operating system itself. By combining Titan Security
both in the data center and on-device, we’ve created a closed loop for your data across the Google ecosystem. We know people wanna hear a lot about this so you’ll be hearing more
about it throughout the day. A vital third theme of
ours, we wanna make sure that you’re in control of
your digital well-being. From our research, 72%
of users are concerned about the amount of time
they spend using tech. And we absolutely share that concern. So we’ve developed new
tools that let you control your devices, instead of
those devices controlling you. We’re introducing new
simple ways to cut down on notifications and distractions. We can help you understand
the amount of time you’re spending with
different applications and set app limits so
you can switch them off when you want to. And we’re providing parents
with simple controls over screen time with the family. We feel a deep responsibility to our users to provide a helpful,
personal Google experience while keeping their information secure and making sure they’re in control of their digital well-being. These things really matter to our users and it shows in their
response to our products. The enthusiasm has been
absolutely great this year. Our Google Home devices are expanding into more countries and more homes. Our daily active users have grown by 5X in the past year alone, and
test after test concludes that Google Home is the most accurate and most helpful home assistant device. It does the best job of
filtering out background noises and understanding
different people’s voices, and it now offers help
in multilingual homes. Pixelbook has had a huge year as well. The Verge said Pixelbook is stellar. It’s elegant, sturdy,
fast, and smartly designed. And both Pixelbook owners and
a lot of you tech reviewers, gave it the edge over
other premium laptops for its speedy performance
and innovative design. And we’re just getting started here. And what a year for Pixel 2. A couple months ago, Wired named it the best smartphone money can buy in 2018. That’s as good as it
gets especially in a year with so many great flagship phones. Plus, the Pixel experience
keeps getting better over time as we’ve rolled out a
number of helpful updates. The UI is improved, the colors are deeper. The phone is just all around more helpful than when it first came out. We’re really proud of
the progress we’ve made across the whole Made by Google family, but you probably don’t
wanna hear too much more about last year’s products, so let’s talk about what
we’ve been working on. So first, for life on the go, we designed the world’s best camera and put it in the world’s most helpful phone. Introducing the beautiful new Pixel 3. (audience cheering and applauding) And for life at home, we
designed – oops, sorry, for life at work and
at play, we’re bringing the power and productivity of a desktop to a gorgeous tablet called Pixel Slate. (audience cheering and applauding) And for life at home, we
designed a smart display so you can hear and see the info you need and manage your connected
home from a single screen. Introducing Google Home Hub. (audience cheering and applauding) (upbeat music) And here they are, coming
up here in the pedestals, for the first time, seen in real life. Go ahead, you can take a
couple photos if you’d like. ♪ Headphone’s in the mattress ♪ – [Rick] Try not to knock ’em
over because if you break it, you have to buy it. ♪ It’s atrophy and your chances ♪ – [Rick] Give you about 30 seconds or so. ♪ Poetry in your stars ♪ ♪ Show a masterpiece of the traffic ♪ ♪ And all I’ve ever
wanted from the start ♪ – [Rick] I gotta get a shot of these. These look great. ♪ It’s in my heart ♪ – Wow! ♪ Help me ♪ ♪ To satisfy ♪ – Okay, all right, we can
start to put ’em away. Don’t worry, everyone, you’ll
get more time with them in the demo area. (people chattering) Are you trying to take one outta there? I would, too. ♪ Helping you to satisfy ♪ – But please don’t. (laughing) I think they look great. They look great, right? – [Audience Member] Yeah. – Well, let’s talk about the design, because I think the design
of this year’s products are absolutely terrific. Just last month, Fast Company named Google the design company of the year for our efforts in both
hardware and software design. We’ve seen incredible
progress in material design, our adaptable open-source
system of guidelines, tools, and components that
support the best practices of user interface design. And this has resulted in some
truly beautiful evolutions of the applications you know and love. And this year’s new devices fit perfectly with the rest of the family. That’s due to the amazing Ivy Ross and her wonderful design team. They’ve really, yes!
(audience cheering) (audience applauding) They’ve really pushed us to
think about how technology can be designed for
the way you live today. And the design world has taken notice. Over the past year,
Made by Google products have won more than 45 of the
design industry’s top awards. Ivy’s gonna give us a rare
peek into her design studio and share some of the details about her team’s philosophy and approach. Let’s take a look. (gentle music) – People think aesthetics
is making something pretty and it’s really not. I mean, aesthetics is
about igniting our senses. I think we’re all craving
that a little bit. (moving to dynamic music) What is the design language for Google? Bold and optimistic. Human in our forms and in
our colors and in our shapes. As technology progresses,
(gentle music) it needs to be closer to us. Soft circles and curves evoke something natural and familiar. How that language shows
up will evolve over time. (moving to lively music) I think technology has to fit into place. It will eventually be invisible. The design challenge is
to make that transition smooth and beautiful. Our job is to figure
out what it feels like to hold Google in your hand. (audience cheering and applauding) – So cool, so cool. Some of the best examples
of the amazing work that Ivy and her team have been doing is in the most important
place in your life, your home. Fast Company named Google Home Mini the most innovative
product design of 2018. And consumers love it, too, as it extends access to the Assistant in more places throughout the home. With Google WiFi, we’re
using mesh networking and AI to extend your home WiFi network. Google WiFi is still the number one router and it’s the simplest way to make sure that your connection speed is good and your home network is well managed. You might have heard that
we’re bringing together Google and Nest so we
can solve deeper problems in managing people’s homes. The right way to do this is
to start with the basics. The smart home of 2018 is too complex with siloed technologies and interfaces. Your smart home really
doesn’t seem too smart when it can’t figure out
how to turn on the lights or set your home security system. So together with Nest, we’re
pursuing our shared vision of a thoughtful home
that isn’t just smart, but it’s helpful and
simple enough for everyone to set up and use. Nest defined the thoughtful home with the Nest Learning Thermostat which is the number one
product in its space and it’s helped save over 25 billion kilowatt hours of energy. Nest also has the top-rated products in connected security cameras,
smoke alarms, and door bells. So working together,
Google and Nest can shape how these technologies come together for a more helpful, thoughtful home. To show you what that
means, let me bring Diya out to talk a little bit more
about the newest addition to the Google Home family. Diya? (audience cheering and applauding) (lively music) – Thanks, Rick. Hey, everyone! Thanks so much for being here today. Let me tell you about
how we have re-imagined Google for the home. Two years ago, we launched Google Home with the goal of helping
you and your family simplify the hectic moments in your life and we’ve seen that this is
striking a chord with our users. The number of queries in
Google Home has gone up by over 400% in just the last year. But now, imagine not only being
able to hear a response back when you ask Google Assistant a question, but imagine being able
to see a response back. That is the power of Google Home Hub. With Google Home Hub, we’ve redesigned Google’s most helpful services, like Search, YouTube,
Maps, Calendar, and Photos, so they’re easily
controllable with your voice, and provide glanceable help. Today, all of us use many
different display devices in our homes, like phones,
laptops, and even tablets. But none of these were
developed with the goal of helping you and your family
in your home environment. That is why we built Google Home Hub. We obsessed about what a display designed specifically
for your home should do. How should it interact
with you and your family? What kind of help should it provide? How should it look in any room? So we spent countless
hours on the design of Hub. We incorporated soft, rounded
corners and premium materials, including our own custom fabrics. You can also choose from
four beautiful colors to complement any room. The elegant floating display is big enough so that you can see things
even from across the room, but it’s small enough to fit
in any space in your home. We also consciously did
not put a camera on Hub so that it was comfortable
to use in the private spaces of your home like your bedroom. We wanted to make sure that Hub is not a bright, glowing
screen in your home. So we made sure that Hub
can respond automatically to the ambient light in the room. To do this, we developed a
feature called Ambient EQ. With Ambient EQ, we
take a dedicated sensor and combine it with our
own imaging algorithms so that we can fine-tune the brightness and color of the display. So now, Hub can respond automatically to the bright white tones of natural light that you get during the day,
and then gradually shift into the oranges and yellows
of your indoor lights in the evening. You can feel the magic of Ambient EQ when you look at your photos on a Hub. And, of course, Hub automatically turns the screen off at night. So now, no matter what
time of day, which room, and even your home decor,
Hub can blend seamlessly into your home. Finally, we also wanted Hub
to be a communal device, one that works for everyone in your home. So we trained Hub on Google’s industry-leading
speech recognition technology. By using Voice Match,
Hub is able to recognize who is speaking to it
and it’s able to provide a personalized experience
for each and every user in your home. Today, 85% of Google Home
users are using Voice Match. So by now, you’re probably
wondering how Hub works. So let me call up Mark,
one of our project managers to show you Hub in action. (audience applauding)
(lively music) – Thanks, Diya. Hello, everyone. I’m excited to share
with you a few examples how Hub fits into my home. Mornings are crazy for most of us, and having a little bit
of help would be awesome. With Hub, I can just say, hey, Google. Good morning. – [Google] Good morning, Mark. The time is 9:00 a.m. Currently in San Francisco,
it’s 64 and sunny. The best way to get to work by car is via US 101 South and
will take 45 minutes. There are 11 entries in your calendar. By the way, remember to pick
up eggs for dinner tonight. – Because Hub recognized my
voice, it tells me everything I need to know while I’m
finishing up my cup of coffee. And in the evenings, Hub is great at helping me make dinner and relax. Google Home Hub is the best
display made for the kitchen. So instead of fumbling
around with your phone or the tablet while you
have flour on your hands or you’re washing dishes
or wearing oven mitts, you can simply use your voice
to get help in the kitchen. You can set multiple timers. You can find out how
many ounces are in a cup. You can even figure out what
to cook for dinner tonight. My Hub gives me access to
a huge library of recipes including great dishes from Tasty. Tonight, I’m gonna make
two of the classics, eggs Benedict with The French 75, #latenightbrunch. As you can see, with
Hub I can follow along step-by-step instructions to figure out how to make eggs Benedict. I can even watch a video to
figure out how to poach an egg. Now I’d like to tell you a little bit more about YouTube on Hub. The YouTube experience has been optimized so I have access to a ton of how-to videos just by using my voice. Good example is I can say, hey, Google. YouTube video? Now Hub, hey, Google, show me how to carve a pumpkin.
– Okay. Showing how to carve
Halloween pumpkins on YouTube. – That’s a pretty epic pumpkin. And, of course, Hub is great
for enjoying music as well. With YouTube music, you can
easily find the perfect song, video or artist. Hey, Google. Play something brand new. – [Google] All right, here’s
some music on YouTube. ♪ Songs mocking jokes and callows ♪ ♪ Started this job
selling rocks and arrows ♪ – All I have to do is ask
to have instant access to the massive catalog
of music and videos. By offering the ability
to hear and see your music on Hub, it really brings the
concert right to your home. Through December, Hub comes with six months of YouTube Premium on us including ad-free videos and our new YouTube
Music streaming service. So we all know technology
can make our lives easier and more fun. But sometimes it’s
really hard to disconnect and enjoy time with friends and family. Hub can help with that, too. Just put Hub into Downtime mode, and it won’t interact
with anyone in the house except for those critical
things like alarms. It’s a simple step but it
makes a huge difference. We’re also introducing a set of tools to provide parents with a
little bit of peace of mind. With filters, you can ensure
that everyone in the home is enjoying family-friendly content. So no matter if you’re
starting off your day, if you’re learning something new, or if you’re just chilling at
home, Hub is there to help. Back to you, Diya. (audience applauding) – Thanks a lot, Mark. As you can see, Hub can really
help you simplify your home. But there’s more. As Rick mentioned, we wanna
build a thoughtful home for our users, and where
this comes to life the most is in how easy it is with
Hub to set up, manage, and control your devices. You can even see the state of
your entire home at a glance. It truly is a hub for
your thoughtful home. So let me show you how. Today I have a few different
smart devices in my home. Smart lights, thermostat, doorbell, and even a door lock. To be able to control
and manage these devices, I have to go to multiple different apps. And if my husband wants to
manage and control these devices, he has to go to the same apps. We have no one place to go to to get the state of our entire home. Did we forget to turn down
the lights and lock the door in the living room before going to bed? With Hub, we’re introducing Home View. With a swipe down from
the top of the screen, you can bring up a simple dashboard. The dashboard shows you the
state of your entire home at a quick glance and
provides you quick access to all your devices. This has been a radically
helpful addition to my home. Home View was designed to be super easy and intuitive to use with a
simple tap or with your voice. You can even see things by room so you can turn down the
temperature in the bedroom and turn up the music in the living room. It’s now all in one place
for the very first time and easily accessible by
everyone in your family. And we’re providing the
same level of control, even if you’re not near your Hub. We have redesigned the Google Home app to be the mobile controller
for your smart home. It has the same Home
View dashboard as Hub. So now you can control all your devices from any phone even
when you’re not at home. Now, with Nest devices, we
have all the tools in place to help take the experience
of a thoughtful home to the very next level. So we made sure that Hub
was deeply integrated with Nest devices, like Nest
Camera, Nest Thermostat, and even Hello doorbell. So, for instance, if you’re having dinner and someone happens to ring your doorbell, (doorbell ringing) Hub will automatically show
you who’s at the front door, and you can tap a quick
response or use your voice to let your guest know
that you’ll be right there. Many people have connected
devices in their homes today and they don’t even know it. Hub can help with that. Home View lets you control
over 200 million devices from over a thousand brands, many of them in your home today. So now, with a simple
tap or with your voice, you can control your Dish
Hopper DVR, your Chromecast, your Vizio TV and even your
Philips Hue light bulb. With Home View you have all
the tools in place to help you build and manage your thoughtful home, whether you have a house full
of connected devices like I do or you’re just getting started with your first simple smart light bulb. Now, we’ve talked a lot
about what Hub can do. But what about when it’s not in use? We designed Hub to be the
world’s best photo frame so that you could relive
your precious moments on Google Home Hub. We do this via a deep
integration with Google Photos. Google Photos has over 1.2
billion photos and videos uploaded every single day. So now you can select any
album that you’ve ever created or that was shared with you. And, we’re introducing a new
feature called Live Albums. With Live Albums, you can just
select the photos of people that you want to see, and
what we will automatically do is create a new album with all the photos you’ve ever taken of those people. Your photos also never get stale because Live Album updates automatically every time you take new pictures. So it’s been really amazing. Every time I walk by Hub
and see a photo of my son or husband that I’ve forgotten about, it brings a smile to my face. And we recently came home
from a family vacation to show our photos
already displaying on Hub. Hub also makes a perfect, Hub
also makes it easy to share Live Albums with loved ones. So now my parents can see
photos of my son show up automatically in their home. Now, you also might be wondering, what about that blurry
picture I took the other day? Will that show up on Hub as well? The answer is no. We use machine learning to only show your best photos on Hub. We automatically filter out blurry photos, under-exposed photos, those
random pictures of things like receipts, and even duplicate photos. Now, with Google Home
Hub, you have a great way to actually relive your favorite memories. So you can pre-order Google Home Hub on the Google Store today for $149, and it’s also available on October 22nd at retail locations here in
the US, UK, and Australia. (audience cheering and applauding) Google Home Hub is the perfect display to help you manage your thoughtful home and provide the help
you need with a glance. Check out this video. Thank you. (lively music) ♪ Don’t stop ♪ ♪ When I walk up on the tightrope ♪ ♪ I can see things like they’re microbe ♪ ♪ Hey go go ♪ ♪ He go go ♪ ♪ Whoop whoop ♪ ♪ Don’t stop ♪ ♪ When my heart’s spins like a cartwheel ♪ ♪ The electric sparks that I feel ♪ ♪ Hey go go ♪ ♪ Hey go go ♪ ♪ Whoop whoop ♪ ♪ Bim bom ba da ba ba da ♪ ♪ Bim bom ba da ba ba ba ♪ ♪ Hey go go ♪
♪ Bim bom ba da ba ba ba ♪ ♪ Bim bom ♪ ♪ All the people around say ♪ ♪ Oh, oh I feel it ♪ ♪ Oh, oh I feel it ♪ ♪ Hey, all the people around say ♪ ♪ Oh, oh I feel it ♪ ♪ Oh, oh I feel it ♪ ♪ All dig deep feelin’ the sound, say ♪ ♪ Oh, oh I feel it ♪ ♪ Oh, oh I feel it ♪ ♪ Hey go go ♪ ♪ Ba da ba ba ba ba ba ba ♪ ♪ Hey go go ♪ ♪ Ba da ba ba ba ba ba ba ♪ ♪ Hey go go ♪ ♪ Ba da ba ba ba ba ba ba ♪ ♪ Hey go go ♪ (audience cheering and applauding) – Woo! All right! All right! As I mentioned earlier,
Google’s been obsessed with speed and relevance
of the search information we can provide. We built this incredible search engine, but back then, browsers
were just too slow. So then we built Chrome, a faster, more secure browser. But users still had to
use our fast browser on their old, slow PCs. They took way too long to start up, they were a hassle to keep secure, and they just weren’t optimized for the web and app
experiences we use today. And we knew computing could
be fundamentally better, so we developed Chrome OS
to represent a new vision for computing based on
our core tenets of speed, simplicity, and security. Chrome OS brings together
the best of Google, Search, AI, and apps and
services all in one place. Now your Chromebook boots
up in seconds, not minutes. It lasts all day. And it gets better over time. It keeps up with the
many aspects of your life because work and play are
fluid throughout the day. And that’s why millions of
people have used these devices in schools, homes, and
businesses worldwide. Last year, Chrome OS
took a big step forward with the introduction of apps
from the Google Play Store and also with the
introduction of helpfulness from the Google Assistant. We tied this all together
with the launch of Pixelbook, the high-performance Chromebook. Pixelbook reviews from both
the press and customers have been fantastic. People especially love its
beautiful, versatile design and its blazing fast speed. And today we’re sharing a new chapter for our vision for Chrome OS with the launch of Google Pixel Slate. Here’s Trond to tell you a
little bit more about it. (lively music) (audience cheering and applauding) – Thanks, Rick. Google Pixel Slate is a
completely new experience, giving you powerful productivity
in a fresh, mobile form something that isn’t a
laptop trying to be a tablet because who wants a fan in their tablet? Or a tablet that’s really a phone pretending to be a computer. Instead, we combined the helpful elements of all of these devices to create a modern computing experience
people have been asking for. We designed Pixel Slate
to be both thin and light. It’s crafted with beautiful
lines and rounded edges in a stylish midnight blue. And it has a perfectly
balanced center of gravity so it’s incredibly comfortable to hold. Pixel Slate is engineered with
a stunning detailed display, so sitting back to enjoy a
movie is better than ever. It has 293 pixels per inch. That’s 6 million pixels,
for the sharpest picture in the category. When we put Pixel Slate in the hands of some of our most
demanding YouTube creators, filmmakers, who make movies in 8K, they raved about this display. Let’s take a look at how they reacted to seeing their content on
Pixel Slate for the first time. (dynamic music). – [Woman] We’re looking for something that draws us in personally, that excites us. – [Man] As a creator, I
spend a lot of time trying to just make sure our image
looks the best it can be. To see the Pixel Slate
representing that correctly is really awesome. – [Woman] It’s like
you’re taking the glass out of the window. – [Man] That’s exactly
how it’s supposed to look. – To get to this level of quality, Pixel Slate uses a custom display with low-temperature
polycrystalline silicon technology which allows for a hundred
times faster movement of electrons versus a standard display. As a result, it can efficiently light up a massive number of pixels. Your movies, photos, and
games will be stunning in vibrant colors and
brilliant resolution. Now, a brilliant display doesn’t mean much without great sound. So with Pixel Slate, we’ve
positioned the speakers on the front of the device so
they can direct stereo sound towards you instead of out
towards the walls or the floor. They deliver surprisingly big sound. (lively electronic music) ♪ Love me, love me ♪ ♪ Don’t forget you love me ♪ ♪ When I break things ♪ – We’ve also tuned our audio algorithms with a custom-designed
profile that gives you crisp highs and clear lows. This combination of an amazing display and dual front-firing speakers gives you the best
entertainment experience you can hold in your hands. It’s also a great device for cord-cutters, and nothing brings this to
life better than YouTube TV. We’re excited to give you
three months of YouTube TV with the purchase of a new
Pixel Slate or Pixelbook so you get live TV from
more than 60 networks including sports and local news. – [Announcer] Took his time today. The heat get off to join– – Now, you heard Rick talk
earlier about our deep history in imaging and computational photography. We’re bringing some of that
same innovative engineering to Pixel Slate’s eight
mega-pixel front-facing and rear-facing cameras. Both cameras incorporate our
machine learning algorithms so you can take great photos
including Portrait mode. We’ve also designed
the front-facing camera to be perfect for video chat. It has a wide-angle lens
so you can fit everyone in the frame and a
sensor with larger pixels which allows for excellent
low-light performance. Pixel Slate represents a
new chapter for Chrome OS. Let me show you how we’ve re-imagined it for this type of device. The UI is now optimized to
be simple and easy to use on a touch screen. It’s a Chrome OS experience that’s meant to be held in your hands. And at the same time, it gives you a full desktop experience,
not one designed for a phone. You can work the way that
you’re used to working. You can even run developer tools and full-powered Linux applications. Check out the re-configured launcher. Instead of hunting for the app you need, machine learning customizes
the launcher just for you, suggesting the apps that
you’re most likely looking for. It’s your own personal Google
right at your fingertips. You can easily multitask with
features like split screen which lets you seamlessly
shift between work and play. And now, with Pixel Slate,
the Google Assistant is even more deeply
integrated within Chrome OS. Simply use your voice and the
Assistant can help you find a restaurant, dictate an email,
or play your favorite show. Another helpful feature is Family Link. This helps you set digital
ground rules for your family and gives you more control over how and when your devices are used. And when it’s time to
settle in for the night, our new do not disturb
and night light features help you tune out
distractions and gently adjust the color temperature of your
display to help you wind down. Now, as you’d expect from us, Pixel Slate provides really powerful,
hassle-free security. Virus protection is built in. The OS updates in the background, so you always have the
latest security and features without any annoying interruptions. Pixel Slate also includes
a Titan Security chip, so your information, device
passwords, and operating system are protected on your device. And to eliminate the fuss
of typing your password, Pixel Slate’s power button
doubles as a fingerprint sensor, so you can unlock it just
as quickly and securely as you do your Pixel phone. Just touch the top and you’re good to go. All of these amazing new
experiences on Chrome OS truly make Pixel Slate a perfect device for play and work. But a true desktop experience
demands a great keyboard. So we created the Pixel Slate Keyboard, the perfect companion to Pixel Slate. The keyboard connects to
Pixel Slate in a snap. No pairing or charging needed. Just connect it and start typing. You’ll love the way the
Pixel Slate Keyboard feels. Last year, TechCrunch said Pixelbook has the most satisfying
keyboard to type on I’ve ever experienced. So we took everything
great about that keyboard and put it in a folio. Its full-size, backlit keyboard is incredibly comfortable to type on. The rounded hush keys are soft and quiet so you won’t be that person with the loud, clackity keyboard. And the full-featured trackpad works just like you’re used to. The folio is infinitely adjustable so you can comfortably use
it at any angle you’d like. Use it at your desk, on a
plane, or at your kitchen table. And when you’re done with work, it turns into a slim protective case that you can take anywhere. Whether you’re using Pixel Slate with or without the keyboard, there’s a universe of
apps to help you do more. G Suite is amazing on Pixel Slate. Our powerful productivity tools are used by more than a billion people worldwide. And people spend an
incredible 74% of their time in these apps working together. With Docs, Sheets, and
Slides you can collaborate and create like never before. Pixel Slate also uses the
full desktop Chrome browser so you’ll never be limited by
the mobile version of a site. And you can take complete advantage of the rich ecosystem of extensions and open as many tabs as
you need to get work done. There are also millions of
apps in the Google Play Store, from productivity to fitness,
to games, and entertainment. We’re continuing to
work closely with Adobe and are pleased to launch
the all-new Adobe Acrobat on Pixel Slate. It’s a great example of how developers are optimizing their apps for Chrome OS. It lets you edit PDFs with precision, quickly fill out forms, and
sign and annotate documents using the Pixelbook Pen. We also have new apps launching focused on helping you stay healthy. One that I’m really
excited about is Peloton because it’ll help me
keep up with my workout even when I’m away from my bike. And when it’s time to relax,
enjoy your favorite shows on Netflix or experience
millions of worlds with Roblox. So that’s Pixel Slate, powered by the re-imagined Chrome OS. It’s designed to be as
versatile as you are, with a desktop operating system, a full keyboard and trackpad, a brilliant display and the
mobility and app support of a tablet. Pixel Slate comes in
several configurations starting at $599. Pixel Slate Keyboard is
$199 and Pixelbook Pen, now in matching midnight blue, is $99. All three will be
available later this year on the Google Store and at major retailers in the US, Canada, and the UK. Pixel Slate is truly a no-compromise way to work and play. Let’s take one final
look at it before I go. ♪ Ah ♪ ♪ Ha ha ha ha ♪ ♪ Woo ♪ ♪ Pa pa pa people pa people ♪ ♪ Pa pa people pa people ♪ ♪ Pa pa pa pa pa pa ♪ ♪ Pa pa people pa people ♪ ♪ Pa pa people pa people ♪ ♪ Pa pa E-O-O-O ♪ ♪ Uh uh, P pa pa, P pa pa P pa pa ♪ ♪ Oh oh oh oh ♪ ♪ P pa pa P pa pa P pa ♪ ♪ Peo peo peo oh oh pa pa ♪ ♪ P pa pa P pa pa ♪ ♪ Oh oh oh oh oh ah ah ♪ ♪ Pa pa people ♪ ♪ Pa people ♪ ♪ P-O-O ♪ ♪ Go go no E-O, E-O ♪ ♪ Go go go go ♪ ♪ P-O P-O ♪ ♪ Oh oh oh P-O ♪ ♪ P-O P-O ♪ ♪ Oh oh oh ♪ ♪ P-O-O P-O-O P-O-O-O P-O ♪ ♪ Oh oh oh oh ah ah ♪ ♪ P-O-O P-O-O-O-O-O ♪ ♪ E-O-O ♪ (audience cheering and applauding) – Finally, it’s time to talk about phones! (audience cheering and applauding) Google Pixel 3 is designed
from the inside out to be the smartest, most
useful device in your life. It’s a phone that can answer itself, a camera that won’t miss a shot, and adds a whole new
experience when it’s charging. – Pixel 3 was built with exceptionally beautiful
and thoughtful design choices. It feels great to the touch
and light in your hand. The matte finish on the all-glass back is the first of its kind. It carries over our iconic two-tone design while providing a beautiful, silky texture that helps avoid fingerprints. We developed a new etching process that allows for both
matte and glossy textures on the same piece of curved glass with smooth lines and
seamless transitions. Pixel 3 comes in three colors:
Just Black, Clearly White, and a new color, which is not pink. (audience chuckling) – The new Pixel comes
in two display sizes, the 5 1/2-inch Pixel 3 and
the 6.3-inch Pixel 3 XL. Both of them share the same features but we know users who want a bigger phone really want a bigger screen. So we’ve designed Pixel
3 XL’s screen to extend all the way to the upper corners, giving users an edge-to-edge
viewing experience with some extra useful space at the top. The flexible OLED is the
best Pixel display ever. The new adaptive color profile provides a bright, vibrant viewing experience from any angle and in any lighting. Both phones have bigger
screens than last year’s Pixel and a larger screen-to-body ratio. They feel smaller and
more comfortable to hold. – Our front-firing stereo
speakers are 40% louder and richer than last year, perfect for a video call or for playing music by the pool. The custom sound profile
was developed for Pixel 3 by a Grammy-winning music producer for stunning volume and clarity. To get the most out of this
incredible audio experience, Pixel 3 is the first phone that ships with a new YouTube music
streaming experience and we’re giving it to Pixel owners on us for six months. Between the design, the display,
and the powerful speakers, you’ll love how Pixel 3 looks and sounds. – Everyone raves about the Pixel camera and today, the smartest camera gets even better with the Pixel 3. It’s so good, even
professional photographers are shooting with it. We’re excited to announce
a new partnership with one of the most
celebrated photographers of our time, Annie Leibovitz. (audience cheering and applauding) For her latest project,
she’s using Pixel 3 to take photos as she
travels around the country capturing portraits of
inspiring people and places. It’s the first time that
Annie has officially partnered with any camera and we can’t
wait to unveil the series. – Now, it’s no accident
that Pixel’s camera is ahead of the curve. It’s a true end-to-end combination of our AI, software, and hardware. We’re building on Google’s deep expertise in computational photography. Perhaps the most obvious way
it comes to life is with HDR+. When we introduced zero shutter lag HDR+ on the first Pixel, it blew
away traditional HDR methods and we’re still the only
ones to use this method. When you press the shutter, Pixel captures a burst of several short exposures. We combine the images
algorithmically to create an image that is brighter, more
detailed, and more colorful. This technology is generations ahead of other smartphones and all of this is happening on-device. Pixel Visual Core is our
custom-designed imaging chip that takes complex imaging
and data crunching power out of our data centers
and puts it on your phone. We built Pixel Visual Core into Pixel 3 making the camera even faster and smarter to power new computationally
intensive features. – No matter how great your camera is at capturing the finest details and reproducing the
colors, you can still miss the perfect shot if you
don’t hit the shutter at exactly the right moment. Top Shot solves that problem. Let’s check it out. – All right, come on, girls. Get together. Three, two, one. (camera clicking) – [All] Oh! – [Woman] I wasn’t ready! ♪ Let me try again ♪ – Ready? – Go, go, go!
♪ Let me try again ♪ – [Man] Sorry, bro! ♪ Happy Birthday to you ♪
♪ Think of all ♪ ♪ We had before ♪
(woman grunting) – Ooh, let’s get a group photo. ♪ Let me try ♪
– Ready? – Oh! ♪ Once more ♪ – Oh, no.
– Oh you did not get that. ♪ We can have it all ♪ ♪ You and I again ♪ – One, two, three, cheese! (woman screaming) (dog barking)
♪ Let me ♪ ♪ Try again ♪ (audience cheering and applauding) – Pixel 3’s camera is smart enough to know a good photo when it sees it. Our machine learning is trained by analyzing millions of images. So it know you want to see
smiles instead of sneezes, photos where everyone in the
group has their eyes open, and the perfect moment of
shock at a surprise party. Top Shot automatically captures
alternate shots in HDR+ so if your timing wasn’t
perfect, it’ll suggest a better one. You can also scroll through the alternates and save one of those instead. – And then there’s Super Res Zoom. Anyone who’s tried to
take a photo at a concert knows that phone cameras
have terrible zoom. Instead of shooting a
grainy photo, Pixel 3 shoots a burst of photos, each a bit different, taking advantage of the natural
tiny movements of your hand. And you can guess what happens next. We run the variations
through a merging algorithm to create a beautiful, zoomed-in shot, so you can get closer to the
details and frame your shot the way you want. This technique of merging
slightly different photos for higher resolution has been used in advanced astronomy research
to surface the image of Mars, to image the surface of Mars. Pixel 3 puts this technology into a device you can hold in your hand. – Another feature that
we’re really excited about is Night Sight. Life’s best moments aren’t
always perfectly lit. A party, a campfire with your friends, one last shot before the bar closes. The typical solution
for low-light settings is the flash, which makes a big scene, blinds your friends, and leaves you with an unnatural-looking photo with uneven exposures and shadows. Night Sight works so well you’ll never use your flash again. Let’s take a look. (audience laughing) (audience cheering and applauding) In extreme low light, we
turn to machine learning to choose the right colors based on the content of the image. These shots are completely untouched. Night Sight makes Pixel the best low-light smartphone camera. It’s coming next month to Pixel 3 and our other Pixels as well. – You might have noticed the second camera on the front of the phone. Let’s see what it does. (lively music)
– Are you advanced take a selfie. Here we go. Wait. – Move your head towards mine. – Scoot over, scoot over. – Sorry, sorry okay.
– My arm’s not long enough, guys. – Try it again. Get in, get in, get in. (man shouting) ♪ Yeah ♪ ♪ We’re living on the edge ♪ – [Man] Boys, we gotta back
up just a little bit, back up. – Back up, back up. – Stay in the frame.
– I am. – Stay in the frame. Willow, just stay in the frame. – Guess where I am. Uh. (hard rock music) ♪ Livin’ on the edge ♪ – Oh, oh did you see that! – [Man] Move your arm, we’re not gonna fit.
– Don’t get in it. – [Man] We’re not gonna both fit. Just move your arm, move your arm! – Ow, that’s mean!
– Just move over! (radio beeping)
– Hey, Mitch, could you scootch in? I’m trying to take a selfie. (radio beeping) – Oh wait, one sec. – Oh. – All right, three, two, one, smile! ♪ Yeah yeah yeah yeah
yeah yeah da da yeah ♪ ♪ Yeah yeah yeah yeah da da ♪ (audience applauding) – Pixel users tend to get drafted as the official photographer including for group selfies,
and we wanna help them be great at their job, so
we added a second camera on the front that captures
184% more of the scene than iPhone XS. Now you can fit everyone in the shot without a selfie stick or
unusually long arms like mine. (audience chuckling) Just zoom out. The difference is striking. You aren’t just getting
more people in the frame, you’re getting more details, more scenery, more of a story. – For photos and selfies
with even more story, we’ve got you covered. We’ve evolved AR Stickers to
what we now call Playground and built it into both the
front and rear cameras. We’ve got lots of new
content and characters including the Avengers in celebration of Marvel Studio’s 10-year anniversary. (dynamic music) (Iron Man thuds) (Hulk thuds) (Hulk roaring) These characters are rendered
to feel lifelike in the scene and they even interact with each other. Characters can now also
respond to your actions and facial expressions. They look like they’re
really in the scene with you. Playground is launching on
Pixel 3 and will be rolled out to Pixel 1 and 2 soon with
more content on the way. – And of course, Pixel 3’s
camera is for so much more than taking pictures. Last year, we introduced Google Lens which helps you do more with your camera with what you see. This year, we integrated Google Lens directly into the Pixel 3 camera. Point it at a take-out
menu and Lens will pull out the phone number to call. Point it at a movie poster
to click through to the URL. Lens is now able to work instantly in the camera and on-device for some of the most common actions even without a data connection. This is only possible by
combining Pixel Visual Core with our years of work in
Search and computer vision. Being able to search the world around you is the next logical step in organizing the world’s information and making it more useful for people and we’ve been doing
that in some fun new ways like with style search in Lens. So now, when your friend’s wearing a cool new pair of sunglasses
or you see some shoes you like in a magazine, you can use
Lens to find them online and browse similar styles. It’s one more way we’re
integrating our AI, software, and hardware to create the best end-to-end camera experience. – There are a lot of
brilliant new superpowers coming in Pixel 3’s camera,
but we didn’t have time to get through them all. I’m sure you don’t want to sit
through a two-hour keynote. So here’s a quick list of
some of the other features you’ll see in our demo area later. – Photobooth mode
automatically snaps photos with a smile or when
you make a funny face. No shutter button needed. – With Motion auto focus,
just tap on people, puppies, or anything else
that won’t hold still and they’ll stay in focus as
they move around the frame. – We made a few enhancements
to Portrait mode. You can edit the depth
of field in a portrait. You can also change the
focal subject of the photo or make the color pop. – And one of the best aspects of Pixel 3 is free unlimited storage
at original quality. You’ll never have to worry about storing, syncing, or finding your photos. Pixel 3’s camera is the best end-to-end photography experience ever on a smartphone. We can’t wait for you to try it. – So what about when
you’re not taking photos? We designed Pixel 3 to
take things off your plate so you can spend more
time enjoying the moment and looking at the world instead
of looking at your phone. As Rick mentioned earlier, our
new Google Assistant feature, powered by Duplex technology,
is able to help users with real-world tasks over the phone like calling a restaurant to book a table. Pixel phones will be the first to get this Google Assistant
feature when it rolls out city by city this month. Next month. One of these months. Next month. So stay tuned for details. (audience laughing) – And we’re going even further to help you with phone calls with our
new Call Screen feature. Let’s say you’re at dinner with friends or in a meeting at work
and a call comes in. It could be something important or it could be an offer for a free cruise. When you get that call and you can’t or don’t want to pick up, just
tap the Screen Call button and your phone will answer for you and ask who’s calling and why. As you can see here, the
conversation is transcribed in real time on your screen. You can decide whether to pick up, send a quick reply, or
mark the call as spam. You’ll never have to talk
to another telemarketer. (audience cheering and applauding) This all happens on-device,
powered by Google’s AI. Call Screen launches today
with Pixel 3 in the US and comes to the entire
Pixel family next month. – And we all know what it’s like to be overwhelmed by notifications. Sometimes we just wanna
disconnect entirely. So we’ve developed a feature
we call Flip to Shush, an easy gesture to minimize distractions. Just turn your phone
upside down on the table and your Pixel will take the hint and mute sounds and notifications so you can have a quiet
dinner with friends or spend some time with your family. And finally, Pixel 3 includes our new Titan Security chip. As Rick said earlier,
Titan is a big step forward in how we safeguard our users’ data with on-device protection
for log-in credentials, disk encryption, app
data, and the integrity of the operating system. – We have one last thing to show you. What if your phone could provide a totally different
experience when it’s charging? We’re excited to introduce the smartest wireless charger ever, the new Pixel Stand. (audience cheering and applauding) As a wireless charger, Pixel
Stand is best-in-class. It charges your Pixel 3 super
fast even through cases. But Pixel Stand isn’t just a charger. It changes the way you
interact with your phone thanks to the Google Assistant. When you dock your phone, the UI adjusts to be easily glanceable
from across the room. You can control it with your voice or the one-touch
suggestions on the display. In the morning, your Pixel 3 is a more thoughtful alarm clock. The screen will slowly brighten
before your alarm goes off so you can make up more gently. And with help from the Assistant, it knows your morning
routine, the weather, and can easily answer your questions, similar to Google Home. – Play your music on Pixel’s incredible front-firing stereo speakers and the cover art is
displayed on the screen. Pixel Stand also turns your Pixel 3 into a helpful component
of your thoughtful home. You can easily control
your connected devices around the house, and with Nest Hello, you can see who’s at the
door on your Pixel 3 screen. When it’s not busy with other tasks, your Pixel 3 becomes a photo frame that delights you with
automatically curated memories from your Google Photos library, again, similar to the
Google Home Hub experience you saw earlier. Pixel Stand transforms your Pixel 3 so you can get a more
visual, helpful experience from your phone. It’s the best way to
wirelessly charge your Pixel or any QI-compatible device. Pixel 3 is available for pre-order now, starting at $799, and Pixel Stand is $79. Pixel 3 will arrive on October 18th in the US through Verizon and unlocked on the Google Store and Project Fi. On November 1st, it will be
available in 12 more markets including four new ones this year: France, Ireland, Japan, and Taiwan. – And we also have a
large selection of cases and accessories available from both Google and our partners. Check them out on the Google Store today. So that’s the new Pixel 3. It’s designed from the inside out to be the smartest, most helpful
device in your life. It’s a phone that can answer itself, a camera that won’t miss a shot, and a helpful assistant
even when it’s charging. – Before Rick comes back
up, enjoy this short film, shot entirely on Pixel 3, by
the amazing Terrence Malick. (train rumbling) (lively techno music) – [Child] I heard about this frog. It’s a very tiny frog but it’s also very special. You touch it, your world can change forever. Blue becomes red
(moving to dramatic music) and red becomes blue. Nothing is ever quite the same you know. (moving to upbeat techno music) (distant train rumbling) (audience cheering and applauding) – So there they are! The newest members of this year’s Made by Google family. We’re taking an end-to-end
approach to consumer technology that merges our most innovative AI with intuitive software
and powerful hardware. Made by Google devices
empower people to do more with their day so they have
to do less with their tech and they can focus on what matters most. We’ve designed them from the inside out to give you your own personal Google, anticipating your needs,
taking things off your plate. You got a first look at Titan Security and how it’s integrated
into our mobile hardware for powerful protection in
a simplified experience. And you’ve also seen how our approach to digital well-being is woven throughout the whole
portfolio from Call Screen to Flip to Shush, Ambient
EQ, and Family Link, we’re taking our users’
well-being very seriously. With Pixel Slate, we’ve
built a Chrome OS device for the way you work and play today. It’s a powerful work station at the office and it’s a home theater
you can hold in your hands. With Pixel 3, we’ve built the first phone that can answer the phone. And we’ve also taken the
world’s best smartphone camera and made it even better. And with Google Home Hub, we’ve built a radically helpful smart display which lays the foundation for the truly thoughtful home. There’s a whole lot more to these devices and we’re really excited for
you to see that for yourselves in our demo area downstairs. For those of you on the live
stream, please stick around to see our products in
more in-depth demos online, and also head over to our
fresh new online store at this address behind
me for full details, pricing, and availability. Really appreciate you
being here with us today. Thank you very much. Have a great day. (audience cheering and applauding) – [Man] One, two, three. (lively music) ♪ Yeah ♪ – [Google] Here are some recipes. – Float one arm and bring it down and we’re gonna switch, okay? ♪ I’m trying to get up and go ♪ ♪ So if you’re moving too slow ♪ ♪ You better lay down ♪ ♪ Play by a different
set of rules now, baby ♪ ♪ And it go one, two,
three, shine a light on me ♪ ♪ Hey yeah ♪ ♪ Ooh hoo ooo ooo ♪ ♪ Oh oh oh ♪ ♪ One, two, three, shine a light on me ♪ ♪ Hey yeah ♪ ♪ One, two, three, shine a light on me ♪

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