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Google's artificial intelligence began weather prediction

Google has developed algorithms designed to predict the weather. Their effectiveness turned out to be better than that of traditionally applied solutions. Using artificial intelligence from Google to predict short-term forecasts, it turned out that the algorithms work better than the traditionally used methods. The artificial intelligence of the American company uses previously available data […]

Android auto-complete passwords will provide biometrics

XDA magicians have reported that Google is working on introducing a new password protection feature to auto-complete passwords in Android. Ultimately, this feature allows you to check the user with each act of using a password. Better late than never. Although it may seem strange that this has happened only now, the mere fact that […]

Sonos wants Google to remove Pixel and Google Home from the market

Google may have a problem. This time we are talking about patents relating to smart speakers. The company was accused of violating more than a hundred patents relating to various issues related to communication. Sonos accuses Google of infringing about 100 patents. They relate mainly to communication protocols that provide sound reproduction in several rooms […]

Google Assistant now lets you stream conversations live

The company has added another feature to Google Assistent. Now, with its help, we can communicate with people who speak another language. Using the application, you can find information about flights, as well as about the place to which we are heading. Now one more function has been added to these functions, i.e. real-time translation. […]

Google unveils Android 10 for TVs

Google said that Android 10 for smart TVs is already available. The official update of the distribution will take place throughout 2020. Google has officially sent its partners Android 10 in the TV version. Initially, the software was introduced 5 years ago, in 2014, and from that moment decided to conduct a significant revolution. Unfortunately, […]

Google Package Tracking

The giant from Mountain View announced the introduction of a test mode of a new feature in Google search engines. We are talking about the possibility of tracking packages directly from the search bar. In order for the solution to gain popularity, it is necessary to involve companies that deliver parcels. Tracking packages today is […]

Santa Claus route now on Google

Santa’s route will appear in the Google app, which many of us are familiar with and, of course, those who have children. Let's see what's new in the application. Santa's route to Google is an application that updates the giant with Moutainview every year. Google this year decided to introduce a new design in a […]

Google Photos with a new feature. This time it's private messages

Google Photos is a popular application that has received a new feature. The company prepares us a chat with the ability to send private messages using instant messaging. Google claims that such an application will help you share photos with loved ones. Now everyone can safely update the installed application and it will finally receive […]

YouTube introduces an update that trims almost half the screen when watching videos on TV

After several months of testing, YouTube TV survived to major functional updates. Google allows companies from all over the world to redeem this advertising space. For advertisers, of course, this is a plus, but not for users of YouTube TV. Google recently launched a Masthead pilot on YouTube TV. Now it has been announced that […]

Facebook could follow in the footsteps of Twitter and Google and minimize political advertising

Facebook has no plans to completely abandon political advertising, as Twitter did. However, Mark Zuckerberg and the company are considering limiting the visibility of sponsored advertising elements of this type. Twitter recently announced that it parted with political advertising on its platform, such a solution was met very, very well among users. Certain restrictions in […]

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