Every person has a different relationship with Google. It touches most of us on a daily basis, and some of the times it might be in ways that we don’t even realize. The search giant has its hands in so many different cookie jars, and now Google cloud services direction Matthias Schwab is explaining why Read The Full Story
Google Cloud Platform is the company's entrant in the ongoing cloud race with Amazon and Microsoft, where the tech giants let developers and IT departments rent functionally unlimited computing power from their hyperefficient datacenters.
When I was a senior in high school I took a physics class and absolutely hated it. I struggled to keep up with the rest of the class and ended up dropping out halfway through the year. A few years later I had to take a physics class in college. I immediately remembered my high school physics class and was panic stricken at the thought I having to go through that again.
But let's back up a little here and explain how it all works. When you first launch the app, it'll ask you to create an account using your phone number. It then sends you a confirmation code to authorize you. Then you're asked to add your friends, which can be found through your Facebook or Twitter login, address book or through a manual search.
We’ve talked about the Fairphone 2 before. It’s probably the most ethical smartphone you can buy off the market – built from “conflict-free” minerals and raw materials, and designed with ecological balance in mind. Now the developers are looking into making even the software monopoly-free and open source, of course.
wouldn't have been so bad if I hadn't left my job to start a company in May 2008."Some things havebeen really consistent over time.Years ago we thought of the company's mission very similar to how we think of it today. We thought of Pinterest as trying to build the world's catalog of ideas, and we do that because we want to help people discover ideas for themselves, for their everyday lives.
Google is rolling out a number of updates for several apps, products, and services this year. Perhaps the tech giant is already preparing for the upcoming Google I/O happening this May. Aside from the enhancements on Google Search, Google News, and inbox for Gmail, here's Google Keep getting some improvements.
Do you know the three R’s of recycling? Reduce, Reuse and Recycle. Do you do all of them? We recycle as much as possible at my house, which is why my garage always looks like a scene from the show Hoarders with all the cardboard boxes stacked up. We’re also trying to reduce the amount of stuff that we have by clearing clutter and donating things that we don’t use to Goodwill and to friends.
Last year, Facebook launched their “Free Basics” program in India, which promised to bring free internet to all the citizens of the country. On the surface, that seems like a great and noble move. Unfortunately, not all was as it seemed, which is why in December, the country moved to ban the service . Facebook has been fighting hard ever since, but that battle appears to have come to a close.
Late last year, Google introduced a new feature to its image search on mobile browsers. In essence, it worked pretty much like Pinterest, allowing users to "pin", (technically "star" in Google-ese) to save it for later browsing.
SAN JOSE, California — A giant Chinese media conglomerate has landed in Silicon Valley. LeEco, the company that's partnered with electric-car startup Faraday Future, just opened its new US headquarters in San Jose, California. Close to 300 employees occupy the building now, with capacity for up to 800, LeEco executives said at a ribbon-cutting event on Thursday.
Spotify announced on Friday that it is partnering with Runkeeper and more deeply integrating its own Spotify Running feature into the popular fitness app. Spotify and Runkeeper already offer playlist integration but now, by selecting Spotify as the app's music source , users can leverage the streaming music service's pace-matching algorithms as well.
I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again…I love security cameras. There is a certain peace of mind in knowing that if someone breaks into your home, you will know about it instantly. Additionally, most newer cameras have some type of DVR function, allowing you toprovide Police with footage if bad guys ever break into your home (hopefully a feature you will never need though).
It’s not that we want the disk to lose data, but rather that we can better focus the cost and effort spent trying to avoid data loss for other gains such as capacity or system performance."Google may find that convincing hardware vendorsto heed its advice and play along isn't so easy.
The smart home age has just began. Together with virtual reality (VR), expect this industry to expand as more and more manufacturers and service providers are starting to innovate and release their own products. One of the easiest ways to "join" the trend is IFTTT . It is one of the more convenientways to program services and trigger special commands.
The founder of controversial messageboard 4chan, a place often described as part of the internet's dark underbelly, might not be the obvious candidate to join "Do No Evil" Google . Still, that's just what's happened, with Chris Poole - aka moot - announcing this week that he's climbing into bed with the search giant.
We wash our hands. We brush our teeth. We put on clean underwear everyday. At least I hope most of us do these activities, because hygiene is vital in maintaining good health.
When you’re sick and need to visit a hospital, would you want to see a doctor who never washed his/her hands before they examined you? Or would you want your chef and waiter to use dirty hands while they handle your.
As the number of keyboard apps for iOS with GIF functionality seems to increase every day, Google isn't going to be left behind. The internet giant has rolled out a new iOS app today, fittingly called Gboard , that not only lets users insert emoji and GIFs, but also conduct Google web searches, all without needing to switch keyboards.
Gorodyansky says. "It was the hardest thing ever."Gorodyansky says the he's seen AnchorFree's apps hit the top of the Apple App Store all over the world in the last few weeks.Gorodyansky says is its next big step: Bringing open internet access to billions of people around the world, competing in its own way with Facebook's controversial "Free Basics" campaign.