Today Google has officially launched Android Go Edition, an ultralight version of Oreo that promises to easily adapt to devices with low RAM. More than seeing it as an excuse to continue presenting cheap mobiles, we take it as an attempt to optimize Google’s software. Instead of trying to lighten their main apps that have ended up becomingRead More
Bruce Schneier, guru of cybersecurity, explained in his latest book, ‘Data and Goliath’ how we have lost the battle of privacy. The giants of technology are nourished by this data to offer more and better services for users, but they do so at the cost of trying to extract all the information they can from our activityRead More
When Google said that it wanted to enter fully into the world of hardware, it meant it, last year we saw the first clues and this year we see how to expand in this market, the new bet: a camera called ‘Google Clips’. Google Clips seeks to be the company’s simplest device focused on taking family photosRead More
No, Google has not bought HTC, or at least not the entire company. This morning we woke up with the news that Google has acquired a part of HTC’s smartphone business for 1100 million dollars, and some have confused this operation with a full purchase of the Taiwanese company by the search engine. However, the agreement between both companies isRead More
Many of the applications and games that we install on our Android device allow us to link our Google account to log in quickly to avoid manual registration, or to allow Google to share certain information with that application. For example, that a mail manager access our Gmail.
Most of us use the Internet every day without realizing the enormous amount of systems, networks and servers that operate in the shade to bring the different online services directly to our screens. One of these essential technologies for navigation but little known by the general public is DNS (Domain Name System), which usually comes configured standard on routers providedRead More
Dandelion ensures that it can, relatively inexpensively, hole the bottom of your home to install a geothermal system that will heat or cool the home with renewable energy. Or what is the same, take advantage of the natural heat of the interior of the earth that is transmitted through the medium.
Since the beginning of years we have known that Google Allo would have web version, the application that is part of the incredibly crowded ecosystem of applications of messaging that has Google, and can be used from its web version, but for now only if you use Allo in Android.
Since its arrival in 2008, Google Chrome has become the preferred choice by millions of users. It is currently the most used browser in the world, offering thousands of extensions and the ability to save your preferences with your Google account. We could even say that Chrome is much more than a browser and toRead More
When one thinks of job interviews of a large technology company like Google, it is inevitable to believe that this is reduced to mathematical or programming issues. Although technical knowledge is extremely important, so is our ability to solve complex imaginary problems. Let’s talk straight out. These are more or less complicated puzzles that a candidate should be ableRead More