Google Gboard Adds Doodles, Voice Typing And 15 New Languages

Google Gboard Adds Doodles, Voice Typing And 15 New Languages

Google's new Gboard update comes with the voice typing feature, Google Doodles, new emojis, and 15 additional languages.

by Edge Ison

'Quick Unlock' Fingerprint Scanning Is Coming To Chromebooks

'Quick Unlock' Fingerprint Scanning Is Coming To Chromebooks

It is not yet clear if the "Quick Unlock" feature in Chromebook would also support USB scanners or users would have to wait for a new lineup that comes equipped with a biometric scanner.

by Monica U Santos

Google Gives Charitable Groups $11.5 Million To Fight For Racial Inequality

Google Gives Charitable Groups $11.5 Million To Fight For Racial Inequality

One of the groups that will receive Google's funds is the Center for Policing Equity, a research center that partners with police departments and communities around the country to track important statistics.

by Monica U Santos

Android 8.0 Could Be Named 'Oreo' As Evidenced By New Marketing Gimmick

Android 8.0 Could Be Named 'Oreo' As Evidenced By New Marketing Gimmick

The Android Oreo name has been hinted once again.

by Justin Lee

New Bug Discovered By Google Pixel And Pixel XL Users, Devices' Bluetooth Shut Down

New Bug Discovered By Google Pixel And Pixel XL Users, Devices' Bluetooth Shut Down

After the series of bugs found in the Google Pixel series, a new problem has been discovered, and this time, it has something to do with the phones' Bluetooth.

by Justin Lee

Google To Make VR Avatars More Realistic, Will Add User Reactions & Identity

Google To Make VR Avatars More Realistic, Will Add User Reactions & Identity

The technology used in virtual reality has come a long way despite its few years in the market. Nevertheless, there is still a long way to go and Google is helping lead the way.

by Ana Cordero

Google's Project Fi Rolled Out Voice Over LTE Service

Google's Project Fi Rolled Out Voice Over LTE Service

Google did not announce a time frame as to when VoLTE would roll out to all Project Fi users but said it would update as the testing progresses.

by Monica U Santos

Google Launches 'Really Blue' Variant For Pixel And Pixel XL

Google Launches 'Really Blue' Variant For Pixel And Pixel XL

The "Really Blue" color of the Google Pixel and Pixel XL have already begun pre-orders on Feb. 17 but the general sales of the variant will happen a week later on Feb. 24.

by Monica U Santos

IF! Italians Festival 2015 - Day Two

How Google Devices Stay Safe: Constant Updates And Security Fixes

In the world of technology, there is always the threat of a breach in consumer's security. Google, one of the industry’s leading players, has made it a priority to ensure its customers’ rights are not being violated.

by Ana Cordero

Google And Microsoft Agree To Stop Showing Piracy Sites

Google And Microsoft Agree To Stop Showing Piracy Sites

Google and Microsoft have pledged to tweak their algorithms specifically to demote infringing content in search results, meaning that sites such as The Pirate Bay and KickAss Torrents should be that bit harder to find.

by Monica U Santos

The Apple iPhone 4s Is Released Worldwide

Siri, Google Assistant & Alexa AI Battle: Why Apple Refuses To Join Smartspeaker Trend

The Cupertino-based tech giant is not making the production of a smart speaker its priority, unlike some of its biggest competitions, namely Google and Amazon. Apple has another plan in place.

by Ana Cordero

Product Lead Is Asking People 'What They Hate' About Pixel; Taking Cues For Pixel 2 Design?

Product Lead Is Asking People 'What They Hate' About Pixel; Taking Cues For Pixel 2 Design?

The Pixel phones were amazing and a Pixel 2 is coming. Now, product lead, Krishna Kumar, is asking what people hated and what improvements they want to see for the Pixel 2.

by Cameron

Alphabet's Google internet balloons

Why Alphabet Changed Its Internet Balloons Project

Alphabet's Google decided to change its internet balloons project. Thanks to a machine learning breakthrough, it moves now to a new direction.

by Victor Thomson

Google Bets On Wireless High-Speed Internet, Shrinks Number Of Fiber Workers

Google Bets On Wireless High-Speed Internet, Shrinks Number Of Fiber Workers

Hundreds of employees at Google Fiber have been transferred to Access to work at other parts of the company. This is said to be a move for a wireless future that involves less fiber.

by Cameron

YouTube Rolls Out Material Design Update With Light And Dark Mode Options

YouTube Rolls Out Material Design Update With Light And Dark Mode Options

YouTube has rolled out a new design UI to its desktop platform that follows the material concept along with an option for a light or dark mode.

by Mae Cervantes

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