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You can now make photo books with Google Photos

You can now make photo books with Google Photos

No matter how easy or simple storing all your photos in the cloud is, some people prefer to have hard copies of their favorite memories. There is no shortage of services and companies that offer easy
YouTube has passed 1 billion hours of videos watched per day, watchtime on TV increasing rapidly

YouTube has passed 1 billion hours of videos watched per day, watchtime on TV increasing rapidly

YouTube is no pushover. It's a gargantuan platform for content creators and, odds are, there is something on there for everyone to enjoy. Personally, I watch stuff there more than on Netflix, Hulu, or
Google's Android Go is a new Android variant that plugs the entry-level hardware gap

Google's Android Go is a new Android variant that plugs the entry-level hardware gap

Android Go is a new version of Android that is meant to run on super low-end, incredibly cheap hardware. Think the Android One initiative, but on software only, as applied to really cheap devices.
Google Home now streams TV content from many more services, including HBO Now and Hulu

Google Home now streams TV content from many more services, including HBO Now and Hulu

One of the most interesting new features introduced during the Google I/O keynote has to be the integration between Google Home and Chromecast. The intelligent assistant can now show visual responses
Google Photos will now suggest pictures to share automatically

Google Photos will now suggest pictures to share automatically

Google Photos is one of my favorite Google products. It's not only great for photo backups, but also for sharing images quickly and easily. Google is adding more machine learning magic to Photos with
Google Home will soon provide you with contextual visual responses

Google Home will soon provide you with contextual visual responses

While Assistant on the Google Home is useful, there are certain things that are best expressed visually rather than via audio. Whether you're wanting to see your calendar information, check out what's
Knights of Pen & Paper 2 goes free-to-play and wipes everyone's save data in the process

Knights of Pen & Paper 2 goes free-to-play and wipes everyone's save data in the process

That is right, Knights of Pen & Paper 2 has gone completely free. It used to be that you had to pony up $4.99 in order to download the game, now you can install it sans moola. Typically people
Google Home will now warn you about upcoming events, support for setting reminders is coming soon

Google Home will now warn you about upcoming events, support for setting reminders is coming soon

One of the problems with "smart" assistants is that they really only help you when you ask for them. Just yesterday, Amazon announced that Alexa will start supporting notifications, and now the Home
The Actions on Google platform spreads to phones, with new payment support and a ton of new features

The Actions on Google platform spreads to phones, with new payment support and a ton of new features

Google has announced that its Actions on Google platform will be coming to the Assistant on iOS and Android. Previously the platform was just available on Google Home, but soon it will work on all
Google Home to add hands-free calling, personalizes the experience

Google Home to add hands-free calling, personalizes the experience

You'll soon be able to make free hands-free calls using your Google Home to any landline or mobile number in the U.S. or Canada. Google announced the feature today and leaped over the Amazon Echo with
Google Home will now let you schedule calendar appointments, reminders coming soon

Google Home will now let you schedule calendar appointments, reminders coming soon

One of my biggest complaints about the Google Home has been its inability to schedule calendar appointments or set reminders. I tend to forget little things like running a specific errand, cooking
Bluetooth streaming added to Google Home, now you can play anything

Bluetooth streaming added to Google Home, now you can play anything

Google’s Rishi Chandra took to the stage during Google's I/O keynote to talk about incoming features for Google Home. After announcing that some great free music services will be coming to the smart
Google Home now supports free Spotify accounts, plus SoundCloud and Deezer

Google Home now supports free Spotify accounts, plus SoundCloud and Deezer

The Google Home already supports a large number of music streaming services - including YouTube Music, TuneIn, Google Play Music, iHeartRadio, Pandora, and NPR One. Today at Google I/O, Google
Assistant will soon support French, German, Brazilian, Portuguese, and Japanese, with more to come by the end of the year

Assistant will soon support French, German, Brazilian, Portuguese, and Japanese, with more to come by the end of the year

Google has just announced at I/O that support for a host of new languages is inbound for Assistant. Some of them were previously present in Assistant, at least at some unofficial level, but now
Google Home launching in Canada, Australia, France, Germany, and Japan this summer

Google Home launching in Canada, Australia, France, Germany, and Japan this summer

Google Home just launched in the U.K. last month, several months after we in the U.S. had been talking to ours. Continuing the international rollout, Google has announced that Home is going to reach
Google Assistant is coming to iOS

Google Assistant is coming to iOS

Two days ago, we shared that Google Assistant was almost definitely about to arrive on iOS. Not to be all "told you so," but, we told you so. At Google's I/O 17 event, the company revealed that
Google's computer vision will soon be able to automatically remove obstructions in photos

Google's computer vision will soon be able to automatically remove obstructions in photos

Google I/O is underway one of the first topics covered was the great strides the company has made in image recognition software. Further improvements in computer vision are enabling Google products to
You will finally be able to type to Assistant instead of talking to it

You will finally be able to type to Assistant instead of talking to it

Google Assistant has been picking up steam since it was announced at last year's I/O. Replacing Google Now as your, well, personal assistant, this iteration has been largely more conversational than
Google announces Google Lens, what Google Goggles always should have been

Google announces Google Lens, what Google Goggles always should have been

Google Goggles has been basically dead since 2014. It had no updates for three years, and what little utility it brought was quickly replaced by other services, or merged into existing apps. Well, now
Google's speech recognition error rate is now under 5%

Google's speech recognition error rate is now under 5%

It's no secret that one of Google's strengths in recent years has been voice recognition. In my own experience, my Google Home picks up what I am trying to say almost every time, even in a low voice.