Google will now give this similar arrangement for image searches. So, for example, if you were searching for a state park to visit nearby, and found an image of a lake in that area, you can now tap on that picture to see related information, such as name of the lake. … [Read more...] about Google extends knowledge graph to image searches
Google launches google glass
The Galaxy S20 Ultra is next to go. While the photo looks good, the edge recognition is messy at the top of the log and makes the effect look too fake. The Google Pixel 4’s photo is great, but it’s low on detail, an area where the P40 Pro Plus’s photo excels. Zoom in on the center, and the Dancer inscription remains astonishingly sharp, as does the texture of the log itself. Combine this with the very natural bokeh blur, and it takes the win. … [Read more...] about Camera shootout: Can Huawei’s P40 Pro Plus beat Apple, Samsung, and Google?
The speaker is supported by an improved bass, and an overall larger speaker system housed in the same chassis. We found the original version to be surprisingly loud for a cheap music player and the extra bass is appreciated here. The Nest Mini has the same starting price as the Home Mini but the older device is often on sale for much less and we expect the Nest Mini to follow suit to keep up the pace on Amazon's Echo Dot series. … [Read more...] about The cheapest Google Home prices for July 2020: the best Home Mini, Hub and Max deals
In February, Google Earth View is a collection of thousands of Earth's most stunning landscapes as seen from space, added over a 1,000 new images to its repository, which now has over 2,500 birds-eye view images of Earth's most beautiful places across the seven continents. … [Read more...] about Google Earth turns 15, supports rural classrooms in India
The great part about the Assistant integration is that it works in concert with all of the great features Sonos already offers. That means you can continue to use the Sonos app, or any third-party app, to play music on your Sonos speakers, and then seamlessly switch back and forth between controlling via an app or by voice. And when you have a Sonos Beam connected to your TV, you'll be able to use its HDMI connection to play content on the connected TV directly. … [Read more...] about The Google Assistant is now rolling out to the Sonos One and Sonos Beam
Rich people get all the cool stuff first—or so we in the middle class grumble and gripe to one another. Cell phones, laptops, smartphones, and now Google Glass (if applicants managed to both present a convincing case and pony up $1,500) all end up in the hands of the wealthy first. But Google Director of Engineering Ray Kurzweil made a salient point while addressing the Global Future 2045 conference this past weekend: “Only the rich have these technologies when they don’t work.” … [Read more...] about Google director: Early adoption is for rich chumps