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Dieter Bohn / The Verge:
Google I/O 2017 preview: new capabilities for Assistant and Home, more details about Android O, updates on Daydream and Project Tango, more  —  Google I/O begins on May 17th, 2017 at 10AM PT / 1PM ET with CEO Sundar Pichai taking the stage for the keynote.  Held at the Shoreline Amphitheater …

Josh Constine / TechCrunch:
Instagram adds Snapchat-style face filters, an eraser tool for drawings, and hashtags for Stories  —  Today Instagram Stories adds a more subtle and mature but error-prone copycat of Snapchat's beloved augmented reality selfie filters.  The eight initial “face filters” …

Source: Google to announce its voice-based AI assistant for iPhones at Google I/O; the company is also integrating its Assistant into GE home appliances  —  The Alphabet unit plans to expand its voice-based assistant beyond its own hardware at this week's I/O conference

Dylan / 9to5Google:
Google releases Allo 11, adds group QR codes; APK “teardown” shows Google Assistant settings and Duo calls within Allo  —  For several months, Google has been preparing selfie-generated stickers in Allo.  We gave you an exclusive preview of that feature about a week ago.

Steven Levy / Wired:
An inside look at Apple's new “spaceship” Apple Park campus, which will hold 12K employees, and was one of Steve Jobs' last projects as Apple CEO  —  On June 7, 2011, a local businessman addressed a meeting of the Cupertino City Council.  He had not been on the agenda, but his presence wasn't a total surprise.