Having a wide range of helpful features has made Google Chrome one of the top web browsers in the market today. In particular, its ability to sync data with Android phones and tablets is one of its most useful features, as it makes it easy for users to swap between devices and stay on top of work and personal tasks.
Google Assistant was launched in 2016 as an enhanced version of Google's previous virtual assistant (VA), Google Now. It improved on Google Now's features, and those who use Google-powered devices certainly have a lot to gain. What functionalities can you expect from the search giant's AI-powered virtual assistant? Read on and find out.
Android users will have their hands full when they learn about the new features of the latest Android OS. Named Android 9 Pie, it offers a truly remarkable experience, what with innovations that will change the way you use Android. Here are some of them.
The first Pixel smartphone from Google was released in 2013. It was a high-performance phone with a lot of useful features for the average business user. On October 9, 2018, Google released the third version of its flagship device and it’s better than ever.
Google Assistant is essentially the next generation of Google Now. It performs all of the same tasks as Google Now, such as scheduling events and web searching, but has a better, more conversational interface. For a crash course in some of Google’s best AI-powered voice-commands, take a look at five of our favorites.
Technological advancements have a tremendous effect on the healthcare industry. Something called machine learning is the first step toward artificial intelligence (AI) and it’s already streamlining service delivery for those in the medical profession.