Google has announced a new scholarship program for Indian developers in partnership with Pluralsight and Udacity. Their aim is to train nearly 130 thousand developers and students to build a higly skilled tech workforce in India. Read More
HTC is now on Google’s radar. According to new reports by a Taiwanese news site, Commercial Times, Google is on the final stage of buying HTC or maybe just some sections of it. Some news emerged earlier which claimed that HTC may put out some of its sections for sale. And this news is the outcome of the previous news which may in fact, be the truth. It is not yet clear, as to how much part of HTC Google may buy. HTC was once one of the leading smartphone makers in the American market and now it is having troubles with the smartphone sales. It’s Virtual Reality Headsets is too not faring so well. Read More
‘How To’ searches are the most popular search items on Google. We all have been there, done that. Many a times we have landed into situations, where we don’t want to use our brains, like literally and opt for Google’s help instead. We don’t know what all petty things people ask on Google and many of those, are just plain ‘How To’ questions. Google, how to cook a steak? Google, how to sing? What? Read More
In a recent report by Bernstein’s Toni Sacconaghi, a huge chunk of Apple’s revenue comes from the Tech Giant; Google. Sacconaghi and his team, came to the conclusion that, Google may pay Apple around $3 Billion this year, as the part of the deal. This is a huge amount, no doubt; but eventually what Google pays Apple, is the profit amount which Google makes via the usage of the consumers on the Apple devices. Apple have many sources of revenue, including their sales of numerous devices, also through the purchases made on iTunes and Apple’s App Store. But eventually, Google pays a lot to Apple, and clearly is a huge part of the revenue. Read More
AVG, the best Antivirus Software for Android is the most preferred app when it comes to safety and security for devices and is highly ranked on the Play Store because of its brilliant functionalities.
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Instagram now has an offline mode for its Android that will let its users browse their feeds and their explore tabs even if they have no connection to mobile data or Wi-Fi. Any data that was previously loaded when the app was last connected to the web will be shown and comments and hearts will go live only when you connect the next time. 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
Google Duo, the app that launched last year and was exclusive only for video calls, can now be made to use for voice calls too, after the company introduced the audio-only calls feature. You can expect the update to arrive on your device in just a short period of time. Read More
It had just been a year when Google had unexpectedly announced the developer preview of Android Nougat, and now it officially releases the preview of the next in the series, Android O (We’re supposing ‘O’ could stand for Oreo, considering the succession). Read More
Google’s mobile OS, Android is supposedly set to emerge as the king of operating systems after conquering over 37.3% of devices globally. Windows stood just a little behind Android, at 38.4% where as Apple’s iPhone came in third at 12.99%. Stat Counter, a web analytics company, monitored the worlwide web traffic and found that Android came very close to matching Windows’ market share last month. Read More