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iOS users can now use Google's Inbox by Gmail app and their 'smart reply' feature.Google’s Inbox by Gmail for iOS Updated with Smart Reply Feature is a post from: iPhone in Canada Blog - Canada's #1 iPhone Resource
Google's search app for iOS has been updated with 3D Touch and support for multitasking on the iPad.Google Search for iOS Gains 3D Touch, iPad Multitasking is a post from: iPhone in Canada Blog - Canada's #1 iPhone Resource
to politics to business, entertainment, quizzes, viral videos, trending stories, and more.Got a lot of time in your hands? Literally, you might be holding your smartphone for hours once you download the latest BuzzFeed app for Android and the recently launched BuzzFeed NEWS app. The internet news media site is more fun to explore on its own official app.
A self-driving car getting pulled over by traffic police sounds like the subject of an xkcd comic, but Google's autonomous run-in with the law shows the robots have a lot to learn. Getting stopped for driving too slowly amid other traffic might only be the tip of the iceberg, in fact, and it's entirely possible that autonomous vehicles will need to learn to be worse on the road in order to fit in.
Google has a new logo. A few weeks after the company announced a huge restructuring effort that will split the search, advertising and internet giant into several different organizations, the new Google is showing off a new identity .
Google announced a major re-organization on Monday that will see the creation of a new parent company called Alphabet. Larry Page will lead Alphabet, while former Chrome and Android head Sundar Pichai will become the CEO of Google, now a subsidiary of the bigger company Alphabet. Sergey Brin will serve as Alphabet's president. Google's shares rocketed up 6% in after-hours trading.
Though Google has had digital editions of comic books from every major publisher for quite a while, the reading experience hasn't changed a whole lot since Google's "Play Books" app's comic experience was first launched. As such, Google has decided to give the whole digital comic-reading experience a kick in the pants.
In 1997, Microsoft built Terraserver , a vast one terabyte storage system that was the forefather to the big data centers today. On it, the company hosted the first-ever publicly available satellite imagery of the world . Essentially, Microsoft built Google Earth — four years before Google.
Trying to escape a secluded facility in an unknown area in the Antarctic is no easy feat. Even when you get out, where will you go next? We hope getting locked up alone in a cold and icy cell won't happen to you but in 'Facility 47', you need to escape and discover why you're locked up in the first place. You don't know where you are and you have no idea what's going on.
Google blocks an ad-blocking from the Google Play app store not long after Samsung announced an ad-blocking API release for its own web browser. Thus begins the ad-blocking war on Android devices in ernest.
Google has transformed Android search for apps and now displays the results in a pictorial, grid-like fashion. For instance, searching for "music apps" (either in Now or a browser) brings up the above grid, and clicking on a given app will take you straight to Google Play, as you'd expect. The feature, spotted by Android Police, appears to have rolled out over the last few days.
Today we're tearing apart Google's new brand identity to capture the bits and pieces that'll be applicable for your smartphone and tablet. While Google will eventually bring most or all of these icons and imagery to your device in the form of a software update in the future, we know what you want - you want it now.
Google's Android One program was supposed to help the developing world go mobile and promote 'pure' devices full of Google services, but that's not how it panned out -- the phones flopped as both customers and vendors preferred heavily customized Android devices. However, the search giant may not be giving up just yet.
This week we gave you twice as many reviews as we normally do, so if you’ve not had a chance to read them all, this list is for you. Just click through to see the full listing of all the news and reviews that we posted this past week. Enjoy!
It’s the last week of January and we had quite a few reviews and news posts that you definitely don’t want to miss. To make sure you read everything, click through to see the full list of all our posts from last week.
There are less than two weeks till the Christmas, have you got all your shopping done? Me neither. Do you need some ideas or do you just want to read about gadgets instead of shopping for them? Either way, we have you covered. Click through to see a full list of all the reviews and news that we posted this week.