Google has finally revealed the official name for its upcoming Android in conjunction with the solar eclipse in the United States. Almost 4 years ago, Google had partnered with a well-known chocolate brand, KitKat, for Android 4.4. Now they are doing something similar by announcing Oreo as the latest sweet treat for Android 8.0.
YouTube is updating their kid-friendly app, YouTube Kids with a new feature that’ll help those in areas with spotty mobile internet connections. Although that seems to be the primary use for this new feature, we think this could also help parents better curate the content their children watch.
Amidst all the hype surrounding the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note8 and the iPhone 8, we nearly forgot that there’s one more device to get super excited for: The Google Pixel 2. And this, this looks like the most legit look we have at Google’s upcoming device yet.
Man, it’s a good time to be alive.
YouTube is powerful. People sink hours and hours of their lives into this platform daily for entertainment, information and distraction. It’s also an easy way for parents to keep their children occupied when they’re busy with work.
But how sure are you that the videos your child might find on YouTube are safe for their consumption? Well, I did some digging and it turns out that even the most innocent of searches can lead you to some truly disturbing content.
Google Drive is becoming more than just an online repository for you to store your photos, documents and working files. Soon, you’ll be able to use Google Drive to backup your entire computer with its new Backup & Sync feature. Whether you’re using a PC or a Mac, Google Backup & Sync will back up all your files including photos and you can access them from anywhere.
When Google announced their brand new flagship devices, the Pixel and Pixel XL, one of the biggest standout features for us Nexus fans was the brand new Pixel Launcher. The problem was, there weren’t many ways we could get the launcher on non-Pixel devices without rooting our phones.
Well, now that isn’t a problem anymore. Huzzah!
Android has grown to become a massive platform. It has 2 billion monthly active users and that number will only continue to grow. Today, Google announced two big updates to their upcoming version of the wildly popular operating system: Android O.
At the Google I/O 2017, Google announced a whole bunch of new updates for their favourite AI, the Google Assistant. But they also announced something that many probably didn’t expect: The Google Assistant can now help you from your iPhone.
Oh boy, I wonder how Siri feels about this.
Today, at the Google I/O 2017 developer conference, Google announced a brand new feature for Gmail on iOS and Android. It’s called Smart Reply and it’s exactly what its name suggests. Read the rest of this entry »