Wing app to provide air-traffic control for drones

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A new app called OpenSky which hopes to becomes the basis for an established air-traffic control system was unveiled on Tuesday by ‘Wing,’ an offshoot of Alphabet’s Google. According to James Burgess, the CEO of the wing, It is holding discussions with many countries related to the approval of this app. The wing is also… Continue reading Wing app to provide air-traffic control for drones

Google Maps is rolling out a new feature, Bike Sharing Stations in 23 new Cities

No matter whether you’re new in a city or country, as long as you’ve Google Maps you can easily go anywhere you want. Google Map is highly used these days by most of the smartphone users. To make the experience better, Google is rolling out with new support of Bike-Sharing stations. With this feature, you… Continue reading Google Maps is rolling out a new feature, Bike Sharing Stations in 23 new Cities

Google accused of ripping off digital Ad technology

For copying a smaller firm’s patented digital advertising technology, Alphabet’s Google was hit with a US lawsuit on Monday. Impact Engine alleged several Google online advertising platforms, including Google Ads and Google AdSense, infringing on six patents and filed the complaint in federal court in San Diego, California. The allegedly violated patents related to so-called… Continue reading Google accused of ripping off digital Ad technology

Google not biased against conservatives, executive claims

According to Google’s top government affairs official, the Search engine does not discriminate against conservative viewpoints. He also added that he will repeat that to a US Senate panel on Tuesday. In an op-ed published on Monday on Fox News’s website Karan Bhatia, vice president of global government affairs and public policy at Alphabet’s Google… Continue reading Google not biased against conservatives, executive claims

In a saturated mobile market, Google yields and lowers the price of the Pixel

Google’s commitment to consolidate itself definitively as a leading player among mobile phone manufacturers has coincided with the first signs of saturation in this market, which has led the company to give up and halve the price of its Pixels. The announcement took place during the I / O developer conference held this week in… Continue reading In a saturated mobile market, Google yields and lowers the price of the Pixel

Four tricks to take advantage of Google Play Store

No doubt all Android users have ever had to go through the Google Play Store application store and find a sea of ​​’apps’ competing for a space on the mobile device. At first glance, the store could seem quite simple. Users search and download applications, but the Google store, installed by default on Android devices,… Continue reading Four tricks to take advantage of Google Play Store

From now on, developers can force you to update their mobile applications

The developers, to keep their mobile applications afloat, use updates that are slowly improving the performance of them or changing the look or icons … Until now we could choose whether to have the latest version of our apps or not, although this may change. Google has been working for some time with some developer… Continue reading From now on, developers can force you to update their mobile applications

This is how the amazing augmented reality feature of Google Maps works on Pixel 3a

On May 7 Google announced several developments in its I / O 2019 developer conference. In the event, in addition to presenting the new Google Pixel 3a and 3a XL, they showed many of the news that will come related to augmented reality. Google Maps is one of the applications that already have these new… Continue reading This is how the amazing augmented reality feature of Google Maps works on Pixel 3a

Privacy and Search Updates from 2019 Google IO Summit

Google IO event shortlisted issues and discussed them in detail. One of the main agendas that were brought to limelight was related to “Security and Privacy”. In the presentation which happened on the 7th of May 2019, Google’s Chief Executive Officer Sundar Pichai took nearly two hours to discuss Google Assistant, search on Google, and… Continue reading Privacy and Search Updates from 2019 Google IO Summit