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Google releases a silent update to their virtual reality ecosystem by the name of "VR view", enabling immersive content on many platforms. While it was possible before now to enable VR content in a VR app you'd created for Android - or a VR app you'd somehow crafted in iOS - up until now, you had to go all-in.
Google has become notorious for releasing a slew of goofy, elaborate jokes every year forApril Fools' Day. This time around, it actually had to pull the plug on one of its pranks after it allegedly caused somepeople to lose their jobs. Its inaugural jokeway back in 2000 also caused a fair amount of both internal and external controversy.
That means whilecompanies can rent computers and storage and networking from Google cloud, Google is really trying toGoogle is going after the cloud computing market in a big way. The company invested nearly $10 billion of capital expenditures to buildits cloud business in 2015 alone, new cloud leader Diane Greene said during her keynote speech on Wednesday at Google's cloud tech conference in.
This was a minor incident, and we're happy to report that there were no injuries. However, this might be the first instance where one of Google's self-driving cars caused an accident. If so, the Mountain View crew can no longer say it's an innocent dove on the roads -- while this wasn't a glitch, its software made a decision that led to a crash.
They kept bins under the bed for storage.\n After finishing preparations, they left for Austin in early December 2010. They set up camp in an RV park and started looking for work. \"There was quite a bit of uncertainty at this time because we had no jobs and only $10,000,\" Pete tells Business Insider.\n Four months later and in the nick of time, Pete got a call about a temp position at Google.
This morning we've received further confirmation that the AR game Pokemon GO will work with Google's VR headsets. At first, this will mean that smartphone users who have a Google Cardboard headset will be able to place the headset on and see Pokemon in their real-world environment in an Augmented Reality setting.
"Some of our industry checks argued that Google is better-positioned downstream in the SMB segment, a view supported by ourown Google Cloud Platform customer checks," the report said. "We didn’t come across many customers that had 'lifted-and-shifted' their existingIT workloads into GCP."In any case, Deutsche Bank downplayed the implications of Apple'sreported moveaway from AWS.
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.
This week Google updated their spec guidance for bottom navigation for developers making Android apps - for the apps you use. What does this mean for you? It means that the apps you're working with tomorrow should look a whole lot more pleasing than they do today. ...If they're following Google's rules, that is.
Chrome is here, too, of course, but we're jumping in on the Android bit with Google I/O 2016's scheduler this afternoon first. A selection of sessions have been revealed for the developer conference over the course of three days, the majority of which are consequential mostly for the developers themselves.
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.
The Xiaomi Mi 5’s retail box has been leaked last month, showing us the color options . The smartphone is believed to have a laser focus and IR blaster Snapdragon 820 processor , and 4GB RAM, and Quad HD screen . We were expecting it to be revealed last January 21 but still nothing.
Sundar Pichai stepped into one the most important jobs at one of the most important companies in the world whenhe became CEO ofGoogle last fall. As other Alphabet spin-offs try to revolutionize medicine or usher in the age of the smart home, Pichai is in charge of making sure well-known Google products like Search, YouTube, and Android continue to flourish (and gush out enough ad revenueto.
Google Now may be useful but it can be annoying sometimes. Finally, Google has heard your cries and allowed news sources to be customized. Feel free to tell Google what stories or websites you are not interested in as it should have been always. When you're in your Google Now news feed, you can make the changes by clicking on the 3-dot menu button.
Chances are by now you've all read the headlines about the 'leaked' renders of BlackBerry's next Android devices. There were a ton of sites that ran them without a second thought and, well, that has caused a lot of confusion among those who care about BlackBerry and were already familiar with the images.
In the tech industry, Google is famous for its April Fools' Day pranks. While Google's main prank this yearfor thegeneral public went horribly wrong and has already been pulled (the prankadded a "mic drop" feature to Gmail that allegedly causedsome people to lose their jobs), here's one that you can enjoy without the risk of getting fired.
Google rolled out a new voice for the Google Now / Search app on iOS and Android.Google Updates Search App for iOS With More Natural Sounding Voice is a post from: iPhone in Canada Blog - Canada's #1 iPhone Resource