Where’s the fun. When it comes to innovation, Google’s I/O developer conference keynote didn’t disappoint, but as we wrap up this first major round of dev conferences (with Apple’s WWDC in the wings), I wonder if we’ve lost something. Yes, I was impressed with the intelligence leap in Google Assistant 2 and applaud the introduction of a more affordable and decently appointed smartphone (Google Pixel 3a), but there were no major moments in the I/O keynote. In fact, Facebook’s F8 and Microsoft’s Build were similarly staid affairs. No more crazy moon shots or product introduction stunts. What’s gotten into these companies or, more precisely, what have they lost?