Tag Archives: Google

Gmail is about to get dynamic. Alphabet’s Google on Tuesday plans to demonstrate a software programming system that would enable emails to feature continuously updating information and greater interactivity. Users could see automatically updated flight information in a booking confirmation email. They could fill out surveys without leaving a message or review close-up shots of…

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Getty Images and Google have announced a partnership according to which, the tech giant can now display US-based stock photo agency’s content within its various products and services. “This (multi-year global licencing) agreement between Getty Images and Google sets the stage for a very productive, collaborative relationship between our companies,” Dawn Airey, CEO, Getty Images,…

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Google Motion Stills app for Android smartphones will start getting support for augmented reality stickers. The Motion Stills app is getting updated where users will now be able to add AR stickers into videos. AR stickers became available on the Google Pixel smartphones via the default camera app. However, now any smartphone running Android 5.1…

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Nearly 18 months after its release, Android Nougat is finally the most popular version of Android. The latest Android distribution chart shows that Nougat, the second newest version of Android, has taken the crown from Marshmallow, the previous leader in the market. Meanwhile, Android Oreo has passed the one percent adoption mark. Continuing its slow ascent, the latest operating system…

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Google has introduced Vision, the first of its Cloud AutoML series of machine-learning solutions designed to make AI development faster and easier. AutoML Vision is a new service which aims to simplify the creation of custom machine-learning models for image recognition. The interface is drag-and-drop to ensure it’s accessible to a wide range of developers,…

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Increasingly, we are seeing web applications that are developed using a single page architecture, where the entire application is loaded into the browser as JavaScript and then all interactions with the server are carried out using HTTP based APIs that return JSON documents. Often, these applications will require some level of user-restricted interactions, e.g. for…

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