Tagged: Google

Always wanted to answer e-mail without typing-in? Now you can with ‘Smart Reply’

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Inbox for Gmail Smart Reply feature

Text messaging has evolved quite a lot with predictive text and emoji using iOS and Android’s AI for text forecast. I’m sure you are wondering how cool would it be to have some kind of predictive reply for your e-mails too. Google has been making major inroads in its complex algorithms for search and having a huge experience and data now gives them the leverage to introduce a new feature that will change the way you reply to emails. Google mail app will soon see a new feature dubbed “Smart Reply” that makes valid suggestions to mails that you receive.
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Google DoubleClick Ads land on billboards in London

google doubleclick ads billboard

Google DoubleClick web Ads have been serving web publishers for quite some time now. Ad campaigns are astoundingly accurate in serving ads that are to the liking of users and solve the end purpose of increasing sales for companies. It is a huge business and Google is managing it very well with its complex algorithms. Now they are taking the next step ahead with an experimental campaign that brings billboard DoubleClick web ads to multiple locations in UK. The basic idea is to show ads on the basis of weather, audience, travel information, local events and other factors that help in displaying the best suited ads.
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Alphabet to test and run balloon-powered internet in Indonesia

Project loon indonesia

Alphabet, Google’s parent company, has unveiled an ambitious balloon-powered internet platform to boast internet access in Indonesia. Alphabet has partnered with Indonesia’s top three mobile network companies – Indosat, Telkomsel and XL Axiata, to test and then roll out Project Loon, helium-powered balloon-based internet services in the country. The testing of the balloon-powered internet will begin in 2016. There is no word on how many balloons will actually be tested. Read More…

Google and Asus launch OnHub router that speeds up Wi-Fi with wave of hand

Asus OnHub router works with wave of your hand

Google first launched a refreshing take on the router in OnHub a couple of months back. Developed in partnership with TP-Link, the router did turn some heads. Now, to ensure you get Wi-Fi fast, securely and quickly – Google has teamed up with Asus to develop a new OnHub router that would let you speed up Wi-Fi connectivity with a simple wave of your hand over the beautifully designed router. Scheduled to sell for $220, slightly higher than the first OnHub, the new device could soon find itself in high demand if it delivers on it claims. Read More…

Nexus 6P, Chromecast 2.0 and Pixel C tablet announced at the Google Event

Google Nexus Event in San Francisco

Google today made some important announcements at their Nexus Event in San Francisco which included smartphone specs, Android OS release date and other hardware upgrades. The most important ones of them included the announcement of two new Nexus phones, new Chromecast and a tablet. Let’s have a sneak-peak at each one of them.
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Google announces free high-speed public Wi-Fi for 400 Indian railway stations


In what is the finest news for Indian Railways in a while, Google’s CEO Sunder Pichai has revealed Google and Indian Railways will collaborate to bring high-speed public Wi-Fi to 400 railway stations across the country. Indian Prime Minister Narender Modi is on a visit to US and the Silicon Valley, where he met with the heads of various tech giants such as Apple, Google, Facebook and Microsoft. With Indians at the helm of two companies viz-a-viz Google and Microsoft, large collaboration announcements were expected.   Read More…

What we know about Huawei Nexus 6P – Google’s first 128GB offering

Rumored Huawei Nexus 6P

Cloud storage is being widely hyped; there are an ever going number of apps relying on cloud storage but nothing is stopping phone manufacturers from stuffing their phones with maximum onboard storage possible. Case in point, the rumored Huawei Nexus 6P, which according to Android Police, will be available with a whopping 128GB of internal storage. Google’s new 2015 flagships are believed to be called Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P and are being developed by LG and Huawei respectively. While we already know a lot about the Nexus 5X, let’s quickly run down on the things we know about the Nexus 6P. Read More…

GoPro Odyssey 360-degree camera rig with 16 Hero4’s onboard

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Google or Alphabet, if I may, is venturing into virtual reality far more fiercely than ever before. Back in May Google in partnership with GoPro had introduced us to “Jump” (how it was called back then) – a 360 degree camera rig comprising 16 GoPro Hero4 cameras that capture stereoscopic images. If you had seen the Jump back then and wanted to own one (for some reason) then feel lucky, Google and GoPro have divulged details of the camera and its coming soon. Read More…

Google OnHub router revamps the way you connect to WiFi

Google OnHub WiFi router

Google OnHub WiFi router

WiFi haven’t changed much in shape or design over the last few years and it is ironic how this device sits on the back side of TVs or in dark corners of the room, hidden away from sight. After-all you don’t want it to mar the look of your neat and clean room. Google wants to change that stereotype about routers and give them a new refreshing look that everyone would want to show-off. This is OnHub, Google’s WiFi router that is designed specifically for an urban setting and homes/offices with many connected devices.
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