One of the announcements that drew the loudest cheer from Google I/O on Thursday was a new service called Google Photos. Google Photos is a service that lets you store and share photos and videos on the web. Users can back up their photos and videos on it automatically, freeing up storage space on their smartphone or tablet. Show More Summary
I recently saw a question in a forum about SOA (Service Oriented Architecture) and a very "strange" deployment strategy, where each web application had a copy of the same service instead of sharing the service.This question made me think about the scalability of SOA and about new deployment strategi
Google launched the new Photos application and web service yesterday as a standalone service cutting its link to the company's own Google+ social networking service in the progress. Unlimited free storage for photos and videos was without doubt the most important announcement the company made yesterday. Show More Summary
Google has a new standalone service for photos - it's called Google Photos and it's available as a desktop web app and 2 mobile apps for Android and iOS. Google Photos doesn't require Google+ and it aims to be "one home for all your photos - organized and easy to find". Show More Summary
Google's brand new Photos app is now available to download in Google Play and on the web, letting you back up all of your photos with at no cost. Earlier today Google introduced their revamped photos service, which offers users unlimited storage at no cost. Of course there are some limits, like max of 1080P video and 16MP still images.
Google has started rolling out Google Photos on the web for people with Google Accounts, a couple of hours after Googlers announced the new service, with free and unlimited storage, at today’s Google I/O keynote. You can access at the conveniently located URL https://photos.google.com/. I’ve got some photos hanging around. So I’m taking it for […]
At its I/O developer event this morning, Google announced a new Google Photos platform that's designed to compete with both photo sharing sites like Flickr and cloud services like iCloud Photo Library. Google Photos is cross platform...Show More Summary
Facebook recently launched a new service called Instant Articles, which allows publishers to create content that stays native to the social media platform, rather than requiring users to click through to the content publisher's website. Show More Summary
Google announced Thursday that its new image service, Google Photos, is rolling out immediately for Android, iOS and desktop users. The news came during a keynote presentation at the tech giant's I/O 2015 conference in San Francisco....Show More Summary
Googled revealed its new cross-platform Photos app and service today at its I/O developer conference taking place right now. The idea is similar to Apple’s own Photos app and iCloud Photo Library. Google is automatically backing up and syncing photo and video libraries using Google Drive storage and not local device storage, but Google’s killer feature […]
Google has launched a new photos app called, appropriately, Google Photos. It aims to improve how you store and organize your huge photo collection. Google Photos available today for iOS, Android and the Web. Three concepts for Photos are: a secure home for your media, organization and sharing. Show More Summary
Google's Cloud Messaging is no longer just for sending alerts to Android devices or your web browser. The internet giant has announced that the service now pushes notifications to iOS devices as well -- your favorite app can deliver updates to all your gadgets using a single system. Show More Summary
At its I/O 2015 developer conference today, Google launched Google Photos for Android, iOS, and the Web. The new service is completely separate from Google+, something Google users have been asking for eons. Google is declaring that Google Photos lets you backup and store “unlimited, high-quality photos and videos, for free.” All of Google’s various […]
Google is launching a standalone photo- and video-hosting service called Google Photos. This is a "home" and an organizational system for all of your selfies, videos and other pictures, Director of Google Photos Anil Sabharwal announced...Show More Summary
Les Moonves, longtime chief executive of broadcasting giant CBS, said on Wednesday that his company will "probably" sign on to Apple's forthcoming streaming television offering.
Yesterday, the Internal Revenue Service reported that since February, hackers have been able to gain access to more than 100,000 taxpayer records after taking advantage of authentication protocols used by an IRS web app. That now-disabled service, called Get Transcript, allowed taxpayers to download tax-return and payment data, provided they... More »
While mobile device markets move toward their saturation points, mobile services are booming.
The Internal Revenue Service said identity thieves used its online services to obtain prior-year tax return information for about 100,000 U.S. households.
Earlier this year, we learned that Apple was beginning to get serious about launching a web TV service of its own — something to compete with the other over-the-top services that have started popping up around the market. Having its name attached to the service will be a plus, but Apple wants to truly differentiate itself from the competition. Show More Summary
Earlier this week, folks in the know claimed that Apple's HDTV project had been junked after more than a decade of development. Now, however, Re/code is reporting that the company is still working on an online TV service for its devices, but wants to beat its rivals by being the first to offer live video from local broadcasters. Show More Summary