Google launched Google Assistant, for iOS devices way back in the United States. And now the said App will be available for iOS running devices in various other countries, namely, UK, India, France and Germany. The said App requires iOS 9.1 and above to run on an iDevice, hence it is very much available for numerous devices running on iOS including the iPad. Read More
Google and Walmart recently entered into a partnership to provide voice shopping, through Google Home. The Google Home gadget will be used to order hundreds of products available on Walmart through speech. It can be either one product at a time or for larger orders, one can simply add products in the cart, just by speaking. Not just that, even Google’s new shopping service, Google Express, will provide the same. So there are options for the consumer to either go through Google Express or simply through Google Home for a great shopping experience. Read More
With a change in the search algorithm, Google Play Store have just piqued the interest of the consumers. Well according to the new setup, Google Play Store will bifurcate, better apps from the not so better ones. There are over 3 million apps on the Google Play Store and it is very difficult for a user to find an app, which is really useful and far better than the other, or maybe the app which a user likes. Read More
We have come to a point where AI or Artificial Intelligence is not a new topic for us. Google have an upperhand in the current AI market and it is on the go with its extreme AI research. We were all shocked when a while ago, Google’s AI defeated the No. 1 human player in the game of Go. And now with more and amazing technology, Google has been on a verge of researching better ways to teach AI different tricks. Read More
Google has now launched an employment service for its users which is not officially announced yet but a website is visible for us to see and interpret. The site is open for users to see but does not facilitate a sign-in service as of now. Hire will enable companies to post job listings and individuals to search for and find their next job. Read More
Super Mario Run is finally set to make its debut on the Android platform, possibly by the end of March, after being exclusively available on just iOS devices for a really long period of time. The release of this announcement by Nintendo, brings with itself a wave of happiness for the Android users who were frantically waiting for the launch. Read More
Android fans in the US were left surprised with the rumor that leaked the launch of the budget phone, Android One, that has already been deemed successful in the Asian market. Google wishes to expand its Android One phone program in the US by mid 2017 and would promote this launch by funding a big ad campaign for this first US-based phone.
Android One is a low cost line of consumer electronics devices that run the Android operating system. It is a hardware and software standard created by Google for Android systems, and customers in the developing world. Google manages the design, development, marketing, and support of these devices while all manufacturing are carried out by partnering original equipment manufacturers (OEMs). Read More
In 2016, Google displayed its vision for a more pervasive and conventional way of interacting with technology. This year, we experienced the company’s focus on more of hardware offerings and launch of top notch devices such as The Android Wear 2.0, Daydream View VR headset, Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones, Google Home Speaker, Chromecast Ultra and Google Wi-Fi router, were met with a good market response.
Google also announced improvements to Android by launching a new major update to the software, Android Nougat 7.1.1, which will be available for most of the android devices by early 2017. There was Google Duo as well, the FaceTime competitor, dedicated to a video-only experience, and not to forget Google Allo, the messaging app with a resident chatbot, the Google Assistant.
The ambitious startup that aimed to build a better version of Android than Google, has laid off staff, let go of its CEO and parted ways with another co-founder, and is now shutting down its services and nightly software builds on December 31. The company revealed that the move is a part of the ongoing unification of Cyanogen. With this, CyanogenMod will be killed though the company has also confirmed its next open-source initiative designated as LineageOS.