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
YouTube plans to offer users a monthly subscription plan with which, they can have an ad-free viewing experience on YouTube videos. The offering may also include lower-priced subscriptions for specific categories. According to Google, creating a new paid offering, will generate a new source of revenue to YouTube Partners, the content creators. The price is expected to… Continue reading YouTube Plans to offer Monthly Subscriptions for Ad-Free Viewing!
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!
Google’s My Maps tool is used to build custom drives, trips and routes on its Maps product is now integrated into Google Drive, which means users can easily build custom maps right inside the Google Drive.
Few days back we were discussing on how to keep your Passwords and Online Accounts Safe; one of the tips was to use the Two Factor Authentication. Google today introduced the two step verification with Security Key. One can now choose Security Key as the primary method, instead of having verification codes sent to the phone. With Security Key, one does… Continue reading Google Introduces USB Security Key for 2-Step Verification
Today Google launched the first family of Android One phones in India as part of a larger initiative to bring high-quality smartphones to as many people as possible. These phones are available for purchase through online channels in India from today and at retail stores across India from early October. The first three Android One… Continue reading Google Launched Android One Phones in India
The state of Jammu and Kashmir is facing its worst floods in 60 years. Given that the flood has uprooted communication modes making the area almost inaccessible, companies have come forward to offer help from their side. This article briefs up a couple of initiatives. Google Person Finder, a web application that allows individuals to post… Continue reading Jammu and Kashmir Floods, Tech that can help in Rescue.
Google IO is an annual conference conducted by Google to unveil different technology innovations and products which they have been working on. Google IO is just few hours away from now. Google was traditionally focussed on Consumer technologies; However, in the recent years, they have definitely made some good steps towards Enterprise Tech with Cloud, Chrome… Continue reading 8 things to expect from Google IO 2014 as Announcements
Citrix and Google have been working together since 2010 to ensure Chromebook users can easily access Windows apps—without them having to first launch a virtual desktop or IT having to migrate apps and data to the cloud and learn a whole new desktop-as-a-service (DaaS) management model.
Google Wallet is now integrated with Gmail, so you can quickly and securely send money to friends and family directly within Gmail. Transferring funds is as simple as sending an email. With over 425 million users of gmail, this integration would instantly give Google Wallet a wider reach than other digital financial services like PayPal have.