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Pixel Watch, Pixel Buds Pro, and more : Google I/O Event

Pixel Watch, Pixel Buds Pro, and more : Google I/O Event

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For most of its existence, Google has been seen as a software and services company. It’s the company millions rely on for search, emails, and documents.

For most of its existence, Google has been seen as a software and services company. It’s the company millions rely on for search, emails, and documents.

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But if today’s Google I/O presentation is anything to go by, Google really wants to make sure it’s known as a hardware company too.

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Granted, Google has been building its hardware portfolio for years now, but that’s sometimes felt like a sidegig for the company — more products that could end up in the Google graveyard.

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That really changed when the company announced the Pixel 6 and revealed its inhouse processor, the Google Tensor, promising a deeper commitment to hardware on the horizon.

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Normally, it would be a big deal if Google announced on or two pieces of hardware at I/O; it’s a developer conference, after all..

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Instead, the company announced six new devices today (or seven, depending how you count) at an event that hasn’t traditionally been focused on hardware launches in the first place.

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