You never know what to expect from Google’s I/O developer conference.
One year people are parachuting in with Google Glass on their faces and another year it’s hey look at this completely modular phone.
This year’s developer conference had no splashy hardware announcements (unless you count the WorldSense prototypes) and focused heavily on the company’s push to put AI everywhere.
Tech Editor Pete Pachal and Chief Correspondent Lance Ulanoff dig into Google I/O in this week’s MashTalk.
But before we dive into the conference, and whether or not Google’s boring now, we’ve got Tech Correspondent Jack Morse back on the show to talk about WannaCry, the ransomware attack that has infected over 230,000 Windows PCs in 150 countries. Read more…