Google has decided to launch a new photography-focused app, and has even narrowed down most of its attention on Apple’s Live Photos.
Tony Fadell is known for a lot of things, but perhaps no more than as the “Father of the iPod.” He was also the co-founder and CEO of Nest, but things have changed.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk isn’t too concerned about Google’s self-driving car efforts — but he does believe that Apple will become a direct competitor in the future. That’s only if the Cupertino company isn’t too late to the market.
On the first anniversary of My Account, Google has announced some updates for it, including making it easier to access and the ability to track lost iOS devices.
Top iOS developer Marco Arment, creator of apps like Instapaper and Overcast, is worried Apple isn’t investing heavily enough in “big-data AI services” like Google, Amazon, Facebook, and others are. Arment warns that Apple “will find itself in a similar position as BlackBerry did almost a decade ago” if it doesn’t change that.
Earlier today, Google officially held its keynote speech kicking off this year’s Google I/O developer conference.
At this year’s Google I/O keynote speech, the company unveiled a pair of messaging apps that will focus on revolutionizing messaging and video calling.