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Google Android system options – What is available

There is little doubt that those manufacturing smartphones have few choices, especially when you consider that the larger base of mobile smartphone users prefer Android. Currently, they are able to take advantage of free services, but consideration needs to be taken should Google chose to no longer offer services for free. Therefore, it is important to look at alternatives to Google, such as Sailf...[Read More]

Google set to increase volume of ads on smartphones

In a recent press release, Google announced that it would begin implementation of ads to its mobile products. The ads will include some that will interrupt its search and discovery experiences, both of which are core Google products. Searches on Google via its mobile products will begin to display “gallery” ads that will allow advertisers the ability to display numerous images that users are able ...[Read More]

Google returns to funding cold-fusion experiments

Google, since 2015, has been involved in the funding of cold fusion experiments, a controversial science that involves the theory whereby the process used to power the sun, nuclear fusion, can produce energy at room temperature. The initial claim about cold fusion was made by two scientists nearly thirty years ago. They promised it could create an endless supply of energy however, the results of t...[Read More]

Google expecting to make big money off maps for your phone

Google, as the most profitable internet company in the world, did so through search advertising, and they now are moving towards another revenue source through its popular Google Maps. Google Maps has, for many, become indispensable to the 1 billion plus who use it daily while travelling locally to locate a particular destination, restaurant or entertainment venue. The service is now fourteen year...[Read More]

The 5 Most Popular Social Games In The Google Play Store

The 5 Most Popular Social Games In The Google Play Store There’s something extraordinarily appealing about picking your android phone and instantly playing a game alongside countless other people across the world. Social games in comparison with other games packs sharing of resources (like share from your game total rewards, in-app purchases, goodies, extra lives etc) and interaction with ot...[Read More]

kate spade new york Introduces New Scallop Smartwatch 2 Collection Powered by Wear OS by Google

kate spade new york today announces the newest collection of its signature scallop touchscreen smartwatch, the first smartwatch developed under the brand’s new creative director, Nicola Glass. The new scallop smartwatch 2 incorporates a refined approach to colour, a sense of discovery, and, of course, the spade – the signature mark of the fashion house. With new features including heart rate...[Read More]

Huawei Launches StorySign App

Huawei has today announced the launch of StorySign, an app that will help enrich story time for deaf children and their parents. There are approximately 32 million deaf children globally, and many struggle to learn to read, often due to a lack of resources bridging sign language and reading. StorySign uses the power of Huawei’s AI to create an authentic reading experience, helping to open the worl...[Read More]

Best Free Casino Apps in the Google Play Store: Top 5

Most of us these days would feel almost like we’d lost a limb if we had to go without our smartphone. They are, after all, many peoples’ main link to the wider world and serve a whole host of other purposes besides. It’s for that reason that many online activities and hobbies which were previously limited to desktop computers or laptops have now moved to be more mobile focussed. Playing slots or o...[Read More]

Eufy RoboVac 11S and 30C Review

Eufy RoboVac 11S and 30C Review I have wanted a Robot Vacuum for a very long time, so you can tell how excited I was when Eufy decided to send me two models to review. The 11S is a reliable model and been in the market for a while. The 30C is a new addition and some added features make it a must-have. RoboVac 11S The 11s doesn’t use mapping technology to get around the place. It sort of bumps arou...[Read More]

A Preview – What we’d Like to See from Google’s Pixel 3

When Google’s second generation Pixel 2 was launched, it was referred to in some quarters as “an iPhone for Android” lovers. While this handset was largely well received and has benefited significantly by receiving Android updates ahead of its major rivals, even the most ardent fan would accept that there remains room for improvement when the Pixel 3 model is released in the autumn. Make no ...[Read More]

Google’s AR Framework Paves the way for Future Development

The move towards AR and VR has been a long time coming. While AR is certainly more overlooked than it should be, there can be no doubting its possibilities for both personal and professional use. Most recent among these developments is Google’s support, and the upcoming release, of its patented ARCore framework. This framework allows third-party developers to release AR apps onto Android-bas...[Read More]

UK start-up challenges Google Photos with A.I. powered private search – Pholio

In partnership with academics from the University of Oxford, a London start-up has condensed the power of cloud based visual search technology to the size of a book. The Pholio device, which can safely store or access your media all in one place, allows an incredible level of search and discovery across your photos and home videos. Simon Randall, CEO of Pholio, said: “Thanks to smartphones and mob...[Read More]

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