One of the best new Android features Google imagined was launched last year, on paper. The company unveiled Instant Apps at Google I/O 2016, a bold dream of running specific apps on phones and tablets without the user having to actually install them. Show More Summary
Google officially launched Android Instant Apps earlier in 2017, which lets smartphone owners use apps without actually downloading them.
Posted by Jonathan Karmel Since our public launch at Google I/O this year, we've been hard at work expanding the number of supported devices and the availability of instant apps, so that users can run your apps instantly, without installation. Show More Summary
Posted by Maru Ahues Bouza, Developer Relations Partner, Google Play Android Instant Apps provides rich, native experiences at the tap of a web link. People can experience your app without upfront installation, enabling a higher level...Show More Summary
Sling TV allows you to instantly stream over 100 live channels on all of your devices through its Sling TV app. Sling TV app is already available for Windows 10 PCs and Xbox One console. Today, Sling TV announced that they are making their content available for all Windows PC owners through Google Chrome browser. Show More Summary
How do you search Google and Bing? A few simple keywords plus blind hope that the search engines will return the results you wanted? Search engines are powerful, but they can’t read your mind. That’s why the best way to search still requires the use of boolean search operators. Show More Summary
Google has fired an employee who wrote an internal memo attacking the company's diversity policies — a move that has instantly turned the author into a hero of the right and threatens to ignite a Silicon Valley culture war. On Friday,...Show More Summary
Cacao — a concentrated chocolate brew that is said to provide mind-altering experiences — is taking over the San Francisco Bay Area. The effects are said to be so dramatic, some users compare it to " instant therapy." Sena Shellenberger, 29, a former Google employee, quit her job in 2016 after trying cacao for the first time. Show More Summary
Google's new neural network can learn to edit like a human.
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Google Instant was a search feature, in which, Google showed the results of keywords, as it was typed into the search bar. Users were not required to press ‘enter’ after typing the whole search phrase. The post Google Kills Instant Search; Here’s Why Google Pulled The Plug On This Feature… first appeared on Trak.in. Trak.in Mobile Apps: Android | iOS.
Google is killing Instant Search, the smart feature that gives users search results while they are still typing, according to a statement given to Search Engine Land. Instant Search launched in 2010, when Marissa Mayer was leading the Search team at Google. Show More Summary
When Google launched Google Instant Search back in 2010, the company called it a fundamental shift in search that would save searchers time when running searches on Google. Instant Search displayed search results page to the user during the process of typing the actual search phrase the user was interested in. Show More Summary
Google is eliminating its instant search feature, which generated search results in real time as people typed their search queries. The feature was introduced in order to save time, but as the majority of searches are now performed on mobile devices the tool doesn't make as much sense. Show More Summary
Photo. Getty In 2010, Google's then-VP of Search Products Marissa Mayer called Instant Search a "fundamental shift in search," and the media marveled at this new time-saving feat of engineering. Now that shit is dead, because technology has a fundamentally shifted once again. More »
Google wants search to be consistent across all devices, and that means killing off Instant Search after seven years. First launched just way back in 2010, Google Instant Search was supposed to be the future of search, saving countless...Show More Summary
Instant Search is dead at last because it just doesn’t work on mobile devices, and mobile devices are where most Google searches happen these days.
Google is killing Instant Search, which rendered search results in realtime as you typed. The problem, according to Google, is we all now do most of our searching on smartphones, and Instant Search makes no sense on smartphones. So killing the feature is the only sensible option. Show More Summary
Google introduced the by-now familiar Instant Search back in 2010. The idea was to make searching faster by updating the results of your search in real time while you typed. Now the company is dropping the feature, according to SearchEngineLand, to bring it more in line with mobile search. The change is effective today. Source: SearchEngineLand