Russia is about to begin its own internal Internet
Russia has begun testing its national internet system that will work as a substitute to the broader web. As President Vladimir Putin has signed a law earlier, the country has leaned towards the approach for building and maintaining the necessary infrastructure for the internal internet.
Google’s security tips for Google Pay Users for tackling fraud
To curb the rising issue of fraud, Google has advised users to keep their UPI pins extremely confidential just like with ATM Pin. Meanwhile, if there is something suspicious tracked, calling customer care should be the first step.
The chatting app ToTok has been accused of working as a secret surveillance tool used by the UAE government for spying on people around the world. Meanwhile, the acquisition has been challenged by the owner and the co-founders of the app.
Time to say good-bye to Google Play Store’s annoying feature
By rolling out the option of disabling auto-playing videos on Play Store, Google’s annoying autoplaying videos are not going to irritate users now. For disabling the video, one needs to go to the Play Store setting menu.
Accenture has recently bought Clarity Insights- one of the known experts in the field of AI and ML for systems integrator’s data analytics capabilities. The acquisition will help Accenture in addressing the growing demand among businesses to scale AI and ML efforts.
Ola introduced AI-enabled safety feature “Guardian”
The ride-hailing company Ola has expanded its AI-enabled safety feature called Guardian across Australia and 16 Indian Cities. The feature with the help of real-time data automatically detects irregular trip activity that also includes prolonged stops and unexpected route deviations.
For ditching Android, Facebook has created an operating system
Facebook is planning to build a social network to compete with the Android operating system. By doing so, the social media giant can enjoy more freedom for social interaction with the dose of privacy while eliminating disagreement between Google and Facebook.
Facebook, the proud owner of Cloud gaming startup- PlayGiga
Facebook, building its gaming business has recently acquired Cloud gaming startup-PlayGiga. The startup has been working with telcos for creating streaming 5G gaming technology. Also, it has developed gaming-as-a-platform via Intel’s Visual Cloud Platform in order to offer streaming games to users.
Due to Google’s recent Gboard latest update, users have faced some serious issues. In many of the cases, users are getting locked out of their phones whereas some are facing app crashing issues. However, the issue can be fixed by resetting data and the application’s cache.
Uber is planning to launch an Air Taxi service in 2023
Uber just got a push from a secretive well-financed startup to get started with an urban air taxi service. The ride-hailing company claimed to join forces with a California-based aerospace company Joby Aviation.
Google with Apple and Amazon is planning for open-source smart home standard
By cutting the chaos of whether one of the devices will sync with another, tech giants like Apple, Google, Amazon with other big names have created the “Project Connected Home Over Ip” group. The aim of the project is to create an open-source smart home connectivity standard based on Internet Protocol
“Tastebuds”, Spotify’s prototyping is the brand’s brand new way to check what friends have been listening to. The prototype is designed to let users explore their friend’s music tastes. However, Spotify does not have features that can interact with friends directly through the mobile application after setting out its inbox in 2017.
Through Google’s BeyondProd, the tech giant had recently published its new security whitepaper detailing its cloud-native architecture safety. The system focuses on how Google connects machines, workloads, and services.
Many cryptocurrency companies have started outsourcing their infrastructural problems to a startup called Alchemy. The startup is revealing the technology that could help developers build the killer use case for Ethereum and Bitcoin.
New fundraising tool for charities and Streamers by Streamlabs
Streamlabs has launched its charity offering into its platform, making it easier for streamers to deal with the hardest part of donating, i.e- ensuring the money goes onto the right source. The firm also promised not to take any cut of charitable donations.
Select Subject Tool for iPad’s Photoshop’s first tool update after launch.
iPad Photoshop got its first select subject tool update that automatically selects clean outlines for the image’s subject. The tool works by using Adobe Sensei’s AI for making selections while removing artifacts.
Google Maps filters now search for EV charger plug types.
Another happening news from Google Maps new feature lets one search for electric car charging stations as per the plug types. Next time, when you will be searching for the place to charge the car, just fill in the exact plug information in the Google Maps filter bar below the search box.
Google Stadia’s founder can now give a 3-month free trial to a friend.
Google Stadia’s Pro Subscription is a free-month trial that can be used on a Pixel Phone or in the Chrome Web browser. The trial will access a copy of Destiny 2 which can be played with a friend with excellent Wi-Fi connectivity.
Microsoft is revamping not only Windows Logos but more than 100 app logos as well
Fluent Design is taking a roll on the giant who is all set to revamp the Windows logos. They are also overhauling around 100 apps that are available for users. The design is intuitive, flexible, powerful, and coherent design to make it consistent.
Google is on roll with topmost launches and updates
Google is ready to enhance user experience with the latest introduction of spam message protection, RCS launch, and 10 million miles in Street View Images. The motive is to give a feasible solution to the users and work on enhancing the quality of apps.
Now have easy communication in foreign language and messaging app all thanks to Google.
Google is regularly working to enhance user experience and make the communication easy even in a foreign language. Now, there is an interpreter mode for iOS and Android users. Google also introduced an Android messaging app with the verified SMS feature.
Alexa Devices introduce the voice of Samuel L. Jackson
Nick Fury face of Avenger is now the voice of Alexa devices and is ready to entertain us all with his charms. Samuel L. Jackson who plays Nick Fury in Avengers, is now the voice of Alexa and anyone can change it to his voice.
Big change of Chrome Browser is all set to be tested by Google
Google is ready to make it happen in 2020 with its latest Chrome features for the user to get overhauled look for smartphones. Along with this, the new update also contains the security that updates users when the password of their credentials are stolen.
ToTok was accused of stealing data and misusing it while using the app as spyware. This whole thing started when Google and Apple Play Store banned the app. As per the company, these have denied these claims and say that they actually respect the privacy of customers. The investigation of the app is still going on.
Brydge laptop-style iPad keyboards available for the Apple users
Apple retail and online stores are now selling the Brydge products for 10.5-inch iPad Air and 10.2-inch iPad models keyboards. The products are Bluetooth based that are produced for MacBook-style for not Pro series.
Huawei helped by the German carrier to build 5G network
The topmost mobile carriers Telefonica Deutschland helped Nokia and Huawei to build the 5G network. It is to help out the government with the campaign to ensure that the 5G network for the companies without the help of the Chinese telecoms equipment giant.
Google Maps are extended its incognito feature from Android to iOS
Last month, Google Maps added the incognito feature to Android which allows users to not save their search history. This update is now added to the iOS as well that will not track the history of the users or save it on the Google accounts.
A new AR feature added by Google for stunning mobile and web apps
Google surprised the world with the latest improvement in the augmented reality world while unveiling the depth detection and physics addition to it. The AR experience has made the future more promising with mobile and web apps.
Gmail is always on the run to improve their services to the users. Now, Gmail is set to start the new feature where users can email their emails as attachments. There is no need to send out separate emails for the different messages when you can compile them in a single thread.
No need to download Minecraft when you can enjoy it on Browser
Celebrate the decade Minecraft milestone with the latest web version of the Classic game for free. There is no need to download the app and all the features of Minecraft Classic are accessible to the users.
Google working to brighten up the map with street lights
Google is working on its latest update that will show all the bright street lights on the map as well. The dubbed lighting feature is an update to offer security to the users so that they can avoid “no light” streets.
Instagram is taking a step forward to be more responsible while giving access to users with a set bar of 13 years of age. The new users have to enter their age during the time of registration where existing users have nothing to worry about.