The Display Week took place in the city of Los Angeles, where the surprise was given by Google announcing a new alliance with LG Display, showing the prototype of a new OLED panel created for virtual reality with which they seek to approach the resolution of the human sight. According to Google and LG, this development will allow us to face truly immersiveRead More
Google has implemented Google Assistant practically in all mobile phones with Android. Although it does not reach the level, we are with an incredibly capable assistant, full of tricks and options that are not always known. Therefore, today we bring a compilation with 23 tricks and functions with which you can get the most outRead More
Google has presented the biggest redesign of Gmail in recent years. With it, the popular web (and application) email not only changes its appearance, but incorporates a cast of new features. Therefore, today we are going to tell you how to activate this new redesign to be able to start using it as soon asRead More
Yes, now Google has even musical instruments, or more or less. The artificial intelligence department, Google Brain, is showing us its new creation, which to everyone’s surprise is something tangible. It is called NSynth Super and consists of an experimental open source synthesizer based on ‘Magenta’, with which we can create music using artificial intelligence.
It has been almost two years since Google introduced us its processor for artificial intelligence and machine learning, known as TPU (Tensor Processing Unit). This little one assaulted everyone by surprise and gave Google an enviable position in an area that was about to explode all over the world and at all levels.
Everything that saves space inside a device is welcome, if not tell the poor 3.5 mm jack. Google is looking to be someone important in hardware, so we have already seen aggressive bets such as buying the smartphone business from HTC. And this continues, since it was discovered that now they have acquired a new company that, in theory, is capable ofRead More
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