Everything You Need to Know From Google I/O's Keynote

If you blinked during Google I/O's opening keynote, you might have missed any one of the company's product announcements — there were that many.
Among them: Android Pay and Photos App.
If at first you don't succeed, try and try again, the saying goes. Which is exactly what Google seems to be doing by taking another stab at payments with Android Pay. Google appears to be working hard on retailer relationships, as well, claiming that Android Pay will work in 700,000 stores in the U.S., as well as for in-app purchases.
Google has also finally trotted out its long-awaited Photos app, which is available immediately for Android, iOS and web. The real killer feature? Photos lets you store an unlimited quantity of photos for free.