Announcements from Google I/O are increasingly popping up over the media.
Last year, after going to Google I/O I compiled a series of slides about some of the top announcements and some of the other sessions I went to: http://web.mit.edu/zoya/www/googleIOrecap.pdf
This year, I watched many Google I/O videos online, and I've compiled a small summary here: http://web.mit.edu/zoya/www/googleIO2015_small.pdf
As a researcher, I find it instructive to look to where such giants such as Google are moving in order to get a sense of which research directions and developments will be especially in need in the coming while. Thus, I look at the talks from an academic perspective: what are the key research questions surrounding every product? I tried to include some of these in my latest slides.