Tag archive for ‘GOOGLE’
alphabets-waymo-to-roll-out-100-autonomous-minivans-in-2017
By Paul Linus On Monday, December 19th, 2016
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Alphabet’s Waymo To Roll Out 100 Autonomous Minivans In 2017

The newly formed subsidiary of Alphabet, Waymo, announced today to be rolling out one hundred autonomous minivans next year on the US roads. Google X, self-driving car program, was renamed renamed last week as Waymo. More...

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By Paul Linus On Saturday, December 3rd, 2016
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Updated Google Chrome Prioritizing HTML5 Websites Over Adobe Flash

It is high time now to bid adieu to Adobe Flash. At least the latest update of Google Chrome points out as the browser has started prioritizing HTML5 on most websites. Known as Chrome 55, the update is now made More...

Mobile Gaming Trends
By Paul Linus On Tuesday, November 29th, 2016
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Android More Vulnerable To Hackers Than iOS: Report

For years it has been known the Windows PCs are more vulnerable to malware and cyber attacks than the system running on Mac OS. It has been frequently argued whether such security lapse is due to internet, structural More...

why-google-assistant-is-everywhere-and-confusing-too
By Paul Linus On Thursday, November 3rd, 2016
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Why Google Assistant Is Everywhere And Confusing Too

Suddenly Google Assistant seems to be present everywhere. It is playing pivotal role in the new Google Home tabletop gadget. It is inside A.I. too, the enhanced Google Allo chat app. The Pixel flagship phone is More...

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By Paul Linus On Thursday, October 27th, 2016
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Third-Quarter Earnings Reveal Google Steadily Growing With Mobile Ads Too

During the initial boom days of smartphones investors thought further rise would cripple Google. However, it has been proved wrong as mobile devices are now giving second life to the search giant. In the third-quarter More...

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By Paul Linus On Thursday, September 22nd, 2016
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Google Allo Privacy Is Doubtful. Read Before Using

The just released Google Allo featuring virtual assistant has mixed reaction. Writer Dieter Bohn of The Verge said the chat app is fine. Nathan Olvarez-Giles at the Wall Street Journal noted the debutant is an early-adopter More...

googles-chrome-56-browser-to-crack-on-unencrypted-websites
By Paul Linus On Saturday, September 10th, 2016
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Google’s Chrome 56 Browser To Crack On Unencrypted Websites

The latest version of Google browser, the Chrome 56, will start cracking down on websites that are not using encryption. Scheduled to be launched in January 2017, the Chrome 56 is said to be equipped with a new More...

Google Continues to Protect Android Users
By Paul Linus On Monday, September 5th, 2016
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Google Continues to Protect Android Users

It may not be something you immediately think about, or even consider at all, but security for mobile ‘phones and other devices is just as important for as it is for PCs and laptops. Viruses and malware can More...

Social Media Vote
By TedL On Sunday, September 4th, 2016
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Voting for Social Media During Presidential Election

Unless you have been living under a rock as of late, you probably are aware that there is a U.S. Presidential election set to be determined on Nov. 8. With that being the case, either Hillary Clinton (D) or Donald More...

Alphabet Wants Fiber Costs To Cut By One-Tenth
By Paul Linus On Thursday, August 25th, 2016
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Alphabet Wants Fiber Costs To Cut By One-Tenth

Alphabet wants Google Fiber to reduce cost and as an aftermath focus is now on wireless technology instead of offering gigabit internet speed through cables. Google Fiber is currently called as Access. Alphabet More...