Protecting Your Online Privacy – A Thorough Guide

Remember the times back when nobody thought about their privacy while browsing? The good old days before all those cookies, anonymous data collection is done by Google, Facebook, and others? The days when an adblocker combined with almost any anti-virus software guaranteed you won’t have to worry about your personal data being seen by the… Continue reading Protecting Your Online Privacy – A Thorough Guide

Google DeepMind’s WaveNet Talks Like Real Human

Google DeepMind’s artificial intelligence has learned to mimic human voice realistically. Unlike other automated voices that are created from words, recorded and repeated in a sequence to make the sentences, WaveNet generates human-like voice by directly modeling it from audio waveforms. Here’s something that you didn’t know Google’s voice assistant. The sound is not coming… Continue reading Google DeepMind’s WaveNet Talks Like Real Human

Samsung Recalls Galaxy Note 7, Google Terminates Project Ara

Today’s biggest technology bytes are packaged in two. Samsung is recalling Galaxy Note 7 phones obviously due to some fault they couldn’t realize before distribution and Google’s years old modular phone project Ara… flushed down the drain hole. Galaxy Note 7 may have been one of the most ground-breaking smartphones of 2016, but in the wake… Continue reading Samsung Recalls Galaxy Note 7, Google Terminates Project Ara

Google Announces ‘In App’ Search Mode for its Search Engine

Google’s Smartphone version of Search Engine has now been upgraded with another search mode called “In App” which allows the users to search contacts, photos, and videos located inside Gmail, Spotify, YouTube, and other searchable apps. The tech giant announced the news yesterday on its official blog along with Gifs to demonstrate how the new search… Continue reading Google Announces ‘In App’ Search Mode for its Search Engine

Google’s Russian Contemporary Yandex  is Making a Self-Driving Shuttle

Yandex is said to be Russia’s version of Google, who is now following in the footsteps of its American contemporary to make a self-driving shuttle. The autonomous shuttle project will take place in collaboration with the Russian automotive company Kamaz. Russia’s leading search engine Yandex has decided to invest on something that drives itself, but instead… Continue reading Google’s Russian Contemporary Yandex  is Making a Self-Driving Shuttle

Uber to dump Google Maps with a $500 Million Alternative

Uber is planning stop using Google Maps and sketch-up world’s roads, investing $500M to the project. Reportedly, the new mapping project is already in action, mapping Mexico initially. The news first came from The Financial Times revealing Uber’s Plan to make a $500M investment to map out roads of the world and stop using Google Maps.… Continue reading Uber to dump Google Maps with a $500 Million Alternative

The Interaction of Project Tango with other Cutting-Edge Technologies

Tango technology scans your surroundings in real time

Google is rejuvenating the concept of indoor navigation with Tango-powered devices that enable indoor mapping and thus provide a new and convenient way to navigate the indoor environment. Google’s Project Tango uses motion-tracking, depth-tracking, and by the virtue of data collected through its camera, it can project a navigation-ready 3D model of your surroundings.  Tango technology… Continue reading The Interaction of Project Tango with other Cutting-Edge Technologies

Best Android Apps – May 2016

May is almost over, and it is time for another list of the best Android apps released during the last 30 days. As with our April list, we haven’t ranked them; instead, we just picked the best ones and put the randomly on the list. There’s something for everyone, new takes on already proven concepts,… Continue reading Best Android Apps – May 2016

Biggest Changes Coming With Android N

Android N is coming out later this year, and although there’re lots of months left before Google releases the full build we already know many things about the next big Android update. There are a couple of developer preview versions already released; Google is also releasing a sort of Android N beta build that should… Continue reading Biggest Changes Coming With Android N

Science Journal Wants To Help Students Get Into The Wonderful World Of Science

As a psychologist, the biggest time-consuming task I did during my college years was data entry, the dark alley of psychology. Online forms (like the one from Google) did make the task easier, but performing studies associated with social psychology, and visual perception, for instance, still remained awful; since social experiments are performed on the… Continue reading Science Journal Wants To Help Students Get Into The Wonderful World Of Science