Google held an event on October 4 that, among other things, put the focus back on machine learning and artificial intelligence. It also included new hardware announcements.
Early word back in April of this year suggested Google was working on a dedicated app, called Trips, that would function as a daily trip planner for when on vacation.
Apple’s Live Photos are still one interesting aspect of Apple’s newer devices, so it’s no surprise to see other companies wanting to work with them in one way or another.
Google has aspirations to remove Chrome Apps from other platforms, like Apple’s desktop operating system, but the process will take some time.
Duo, the new video calling app from Google, is now available on iOS following its initial unveiling at Google I/O back in June. The app promises to provide simple 1-to-1 video calling without the headaches that come with rival services.
Apple hasn’t been shy when it comes to releasing iPhones with 16GB of built-in storage, even up to its latest flagship devices.
Families like to share content, from books, TV shows, and movies, and making that as easy as possible is key.
Google Maps is one app that gets updated on a regular basis, usually with new features baked in, but an incoming update is focused more on cleaning things up.