Google's project to boost the speeds that news articles load on smartphones will kick off "early next year" with several large media organizations already committed to support the effort, Google said in a blog post. The so-called Accelerated...Show More Summary
Accelerated Mobile Pages, Google’s initiative for mobile news publishing and its open source riposte to similar efforts from Facebook and Apple, is arriving “early next year,” the company said in a post on Tuesday. Last month, Google...Show More Summary
Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) is Google’s answer to Facebook’s Instant Articles. There is a sudden race to bring responsive content, in the most scalable manner, as quickly as possible to mobile. Publishers, developers, and now Google are jumping on board the quick-to-mobile bandwagon. Show More Summary
As of next year, fast-loading AMP pages—Google's version of Facebook's Instant Articles—will be viewable through Google Search. Google is wasting no time in gearing up its open-source competitor to Facebook's Instant Articles. The Accelerated...Show More Summary
Right now Facebook has an instant articles feature in which the content from publishers has sort of been preloaded. This means that when you click it, the content loads instantly in Facebook as opposed to having to wait for a website to load. Show More Summary
You’re bound to come across words you don’t recognize while browsing the Web, and while you can always use Google as a dictionary, it’s not always the most convenient option. There’s a better way. Installing the Google Dictionary Chrome Extension lets you double-click on any word to instantly see its definition in a pop-up. Show More Summary
Maybe I'm naïve, but until recently it seemed that my relationship with the Internet was reasonably open and balanced. When I use Google's search engine, I get great information almost instantly. In exchange, Google collects data about me so it can sell online ads. Show More Summary
Google has just announced the Android Studio 2.0 Preview, which introduces two handy new features, Instant Run and GPU Profiler, which will make app builds and deployment much faster for developers.
Google has announced the release of Android Studio 2.0 which includes a new Instant Run feature and incremental builds support. The Android Studio 2.0 release also includes previews of a new GPU Profiler tool and Android Emulator featuring a new user interface.
The Android Developers team at Google is beginning to preview the launch of Android Studio 2.0, detailing what features app developers can look forward to upon release. All features detailed are available via the canary release channel,...Show More Summary
Google is making the Android Studio faster, and allowing for code changes to run instantly in an emulator or on a physical device. The aptly named ‘Instant Run’ feature is optional in Android Studio 2.0, but handy for seeing changes to code run almost instantly. Show More Summary
At the Android Dev Summit, Google today announced Android Studio 2.0, the second major version of its integrated development environment (IDE). Version 2.0 adds Instant Run, a faster Android emulator, and a new GPU profiler. The latest release isn’t yet ready for all developers, but you can get a preview of the first feature now […]
Google today launched version 2.0 of its Android Studio integrated development environment (IDE) for writing apps for its mobile operating system. Android Studio, which is based on IntelliJ, launched back in 2013 and came out of beta a year ago. Show More Summary
Google has made an interesting move to woo developers t […]
Google's fitness app, Google Fit has gained some new features and functionality in its latest update. Included in this update is instant insights, a way for you to quickly and easily see all the stats of your activity. This means you'll be able to see your route, elevation, speed, pace and much more. Show More Summary
In the digital age, brands have to respond almost instantly to terrible news. Here's how some of the best-known American companies reacted.
Just a couple of years ago, you couldn’t talk to the Google app through the noise of a city sidewalk, or read a sign in Russian using Google Translate, or instantly find pictures of your Labradoodle in Google Photos. Our apps just weren’t smart enough. Show More Summary
It’s odd that Google hasn’t brought the beloved ‘I’m Feeling Lucky’ button from its search engine to YouTube. Clicking it instead of the ‘search’ button t automatically takes you to the first search result. YouTube’s now pretty good with search, to the point that you almost never have to scroll through results to find the video you were looking for. Show More Summary
Google is updating Drive with new features, which are especially useful to employees and students that tend to work in teams. You'll now get instant mobile mobile alerts, for instance, whenever someone shares a file or a folder with you. Show More Summary