Google Doodle Celebrate Independence Day of Bangladesh
Google is the top ranked Search Engine among users. Google Search Engine regularly updates its logo which is called Doodle according to the day’s history worldwide. Today the 26th March is the historic day of Bangladesh. It is the 47th Independence Day of Bangladesh. To mark this day, Google Search Engine created a doodle remembering 47th Independence Day of Bangladesh. If you carefully look at the doodle, you’ll see the doodle featuring with the national flag of Bangladesh in the ce...
Be A Selfie Expert With Sweet Selfie Candy App
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Google Talk getting shuttered in favor of Hangouts
Google‘s extensive lineup of chat and messaging apps is getting shuffled once again: the company has announced it will be shutting down the Google Talk service and officially replacing it with the existing Hangouts. Talk, also known by many users as “Gchat,” is the quick and simple messaging tool that has lived within Gmail since 2005. While most Google users … Continue reading...
Google releases Chrome OS 57 to stable channel, adds features for tablet mode
Chrome OS hasn't been the most tablet-friendly operating system, but the latest stable version, Chrome OS 57, introduces a couple of features that will make the growing number of touchscreen devices more attractive. The post Google releases Chrome OS 57 to stable channel, adds features for tablet mode appeared first on Digital Trends....
Facebook working on adding GIF button for comments
Social media giant Facebook will begin testing a GIF button that will allow users post GIFs from services like Giphy and Tenor as comments. “Everyone loves a good GIF and we know that people want to be able to use them in comments. So we are about to start testing the ability to add GIFs to comments and we’ll share more when we can, but for now we repeat that this is just a test,” techcrunch.com quoted Facebook as saying on Saturday. After the test, the GIF comment button will ...
Google is reportedly working on a new social app for photo editing and sharing
Google is reportedly working on yet another photo-based app. Unlike Google Photos, this app may be for groups to edit and share their photos. Google says that it's "just experimenting" and that there aren't any release plans yet. The post Google is reportedly working on a new social app for photo editing and sharing appeared first on Digital Trends....
Google is working on a new social app for small groups to edit photos together
 While Google continues to add more features to its two social communication apps Allo and Duo, TechCrunch has learned that it has quietly been working on least one more social app. Google has been developing a new social app that lets small groups edit photos together and then organise them for future enjoyment: think Path meets Snapchat-style filters and edits meets Google’s… Read More ...
The days of Google Talk are over
 The days of Google Talk are quickly coming to an end. As the company announced today, the messaging service that allowed Gmail users to talk to each other since it launched in 2005, will now be completely retired. Read More ...
Shiny Pokemon GO Update: How to catch a Gold Magikarp
An update to news of the Pokemon GO Water Event this week suggests that this may be the one and only time a Shiny Magikarp appears. That’s according to our anonymous source with information on the subject – who also mentions that this decision has yet to be finalized. It could just as easily be that this Pokemon GO Water … Continue reading...
OpenAI is working on teaching AI bots to develop their own language
OpenAI, the Artificial Intelligence nonprofit laboratory founded by Elon Musk, Sam Altman, Peter Thiel and others is working to lay the groundwork for something revolutionary. The company that is being backed by Microsoft, Amazon Web Services, Infosys and Y Research has been trying to teach AI bots to talk to each other in a language of their own. The interesting thing about this is that the AI bots are not just normal bots that we have been reading about since the entire bot mania started. The ...
Android Experiments Magic Calendar blends paper and digital
There is a never-ending tug of war between analog and digital, especially between paper and computers. The favorite debates usually revolve round paper notebooks and organizers versus mobile phones. One has the advantage of being “always on” while the other has the advantage of ease of management and editing. Japanese design startup Kosho Tsuboi has come up with an idea, … Continue reading...
Google Hangouts is dropping SMS support
And so the Google messaging circus continues. Google has quite a few messaging apps, and some of them overlap with each other and the biggest offender is probably Hangouts. What would have been Google’s main, or only, messaging platform supports chat, voice, video, and SMS, but soon it will have one less feature. According to a post on Reddit, Google … Continue reading...
Adventure Time leads the #tempfreeapps [App Download] list [Late March, 2017]
Today a number of really awesome apps and games have gone from a few dollars on Google Play to free… also on Google Play. This includes such simple future-classics as Peach Icons, and GPS Speed Pro, as well as oddities most haven’t heard of before, like Motorsport Manager. And Adventure Time – it doesn’t even matter which app it is, … Continue reading...
Super Mario Run finally reaches Android
A lot Android users who happen to be Nintendo fans have been clamoring for Super Mario Run to hit Google Play Store This article was originally posted on Game Guru . [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Google Duo, Allo, Photos, Maps get juicy new features
Brazil has a special place in Google’s heart. Actually in many tech companies’ hearts. The South American country is a fast-growing hub for innovation and technology and, as such, is the perfect target market for Google’s mobile apps and services. But rather than make them exclusive to Brazil, Google has generously rolled out updates to its Duo, Allo, Photos, and … Continue reading...
AT&T and Verizon join advertising boycott against Google over offensive YouTube videos
 AT&T and Verizon are the latest companies to pull advertising from Google’s display network amid concerns that company does not do enough to prevent ads from appearing on YouTube videos promoting terrorism and hate speech. Read More ...
Crunch Report | Google Maps Launches Location Sharing with Others
Google Maps launches a location-sharing feature, Coffee Meets Bagel has a new paid membership tier and AI expert Andrew Ng leaves Baidu. All this on Crunch Report. Read More ...
Google Maps now lets you share your location with your besties
Good news for Google Maps users: You never have to wonder about your friends' whereabouts again. Now, you can share your real-time location with any person you choose, and for however long you choose. The post Google Maps now lets you share your location with your besties appeared first on Digital Trends.
A new way to get Special Items in Pokemon GO, guaranteed
This morning the folks at Niantic responsible for developing Pokemon GO have made one big change to Evolution Items. Also known as “Special Items” in the game, Evolution Items are a series of special items that only drop very rarely in the game from Pokestops. Or at least they were very rare in the past. Now they’ll be dropping one … Continue reading...
Android plans to improve security update speed this year
 Google has spent the past year working with third party manufacturers and phone carriers to improve its update system for Android, which is often criticized for not being fast enough to protect users from known vulnerabilities. And while Google says it has made some progress in this area — Android issued security updates to 735 million devices from over 200 manufacturers in 2016… Read More ...