Google and Lenovo Partner on a new Project Tango Mobile Device: CES 2016

Today at the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show (CES), Lenovo announced the development of the first consumer mobile device with Project Tango in collaboration with Google. Google’s Project Tango is a technology platform that uses advanced computer vision, depth sensing, and motion tracking to create on-screen 3D experiences, allowing users to explore their physical environments via their… Continue reading Google and Lenovo Partner on a new Project Tango Mobile Device: CES 2016

1000 Scholarships for Students in India to learn Android

Google and Tata Trusts have partnered with Udacity to educate students in Android development to meet the growing demand for Android developers. Together they are offering 1,000 scholarships to students in India to take the Android Developer Nanodegree program for free.

Google appoints John Krafcik as CEO for the Self-Driving Car Project

Google Inc has appointed John Krafcik, the veteran Ford and Hyundai exec as the CEO for the self-driving car project. From the looks of it, he’s the first CEO for the high-profile venture that’s part of Google X, the secretive development program for new technologies of Google. Earlier there were reports that, Google X would be a part of… Continue reading Google appoints John Krafcik as CEO for the Self-Driving Car Project

Seven Key Android M Features discussed at the Google IO 2015 today

The Android M is available today for developers; the public release is scheduled for Q3 2015. Here are some of the features discussed at the Google IO Today. Permissions: Apps only ask for permissions only when you try to use the feature, instead of when you first install it. This is pretty much similar to how iPhones… Continue reading Seven Key Android M Features discussed at the Google IO 2015 today

Google Apps Referral Program in now available in India

Google Apps Referral Program in now available in India; Earn $7.50 for each new Google Apps user you refer. The Google Apps includes Gmail, Drive, Hangouts, Calendar, Docs and an option to have a custom email addresses at your domain (@papers.ink for example).

Good Bye Google Glass, until we meet again!

Google will stop selling its 1500 USD worth, Glass (a wearable internet connected eye-glasses), to consumers until the company can develop a more polished and affordable version. The Google Glass is more of an explorer edition as of now. Google hasn’t disclosed how many units of the Glass’ Explorer version were sold. The company says about… Continue reading Good Bye Google Glass, until we meet again!