There are a lot of smart speaker options out there, with the market getting even more crowded as the days go by. But one thing remains true even as 2018 starts to wind down: Amazon is leading the charge in the home.
“Journey Sharing” is a feature that the Google Maps team rolled out for Android users last year, which allows for folks to share their real-time location with those they approve.
With the launch of the original Pixel smartphone, Google planted a flag in the ground and told the world it was going to have a smartphone with a ridiculously good camera in it. And so far, the company’s claim to fame is holding true.
Google hasn’t necessarily put a lot of attention on tablet devices, but as the focus switches from an Android option to ChromeOS, Google’s efforts are starting to ramp up.
Google is no stranger to smart speakers, and the company has made it possible for devices with touchscreens, and Google Assistant, to find their way to market already.
Google+ Bug Potentially Put 500,000 Accounts at Security Risk, Google Shutting Down Consumer Service
Google+ has been around for years, but it looks like the End Times are nearing, as Google makes a huge announcement on Monday that has nothing to do with its upcoming flagship smartphone.
The iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max have some of the best cameras on the market right now, but some people have taken exception to the front-facing camera system on the handsets.
You will soon be able to use Google Assistant to hail an Uber or Lyft ride. Yep, you read that right. Google today announced that it is rolling out an update for Google Assistant that will allow users to easily book a cab using any of their supported ride-hailing services using the voice assistant.
Google is adding a new Commute tab to Google Maps and adding Apple Music integration to it as well. The new Commute tab provides users with “one-tap access to live traffic and transit information” that will help them plan their commute accordingly.
It’s widely known that Google pays Apple a certain amount of money on a semi-regular basis to make sure that it remains the default search engine option on iOS devices.