Google CEO Issues Statement On YouTube Shooter Incident

Earlier today reports started to surface through media outlets on the presence of an ‘active shooter’ at YouTube’s office in San Bruno, California. Since the first reports came through, this has remained an ongoing situation with details slowly coming in. Now, however, firmer reports are starting to come through on the situation, its current status, […]

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Google CEO Issues Statement On YouTube Shooter Incident

Earlier today reports started to surface through media outlets on the presence of an ‘active shooter’ at YouTube’s office in San Bruno, California. Since the first reports came through, this has remained an ongoing situation with details slowly coming in. Now, however, firmer reports are starting to come through on the situation, its current status, […]

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Google Search On Mobile Gains Additional Movie Theater Filters

Google is now making it easier and quicker for people to find the right movie to watch at the theaters. As Google has now announced an update to their way in which Google Search displays new movie-related data with a view to streamlining the search experience overall. Specifically, Google states that while the movie itself […]

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Report: Google Still Might Release Own Branded Smart Display

Google might still be planning on announcing its own Made by Google Smart Display, according to a new report out of Variety. The report itself does not provide any specifics on when, or even if, a Google-branded Smart Display will arrive, but does provide comments from Google’s Vice President of Product Management for Google Home, […]

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Google Initiative Brings Chromebooks & Wi-Fi To School Buses

Google has now announced it is expanding its ‘Rolling Study Halls’ initiative in the US. The company explained in a posting today how the initiative has been in testing since 2016, although only primarily in two school districts. In contrast, Google has now confirmed the initiative is not only coming to the Deer Trail School […]

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Moto G6, G6 Play US Pricing Revealed By Retailer

The Moto G6 and the Moto G6 Play both showed up over the weekend on the Fry’s Electronics website, suggesting the two phones are moving ever closer to an official launch announcement from Motorola. Considering the devices have yet to be made official, their respective pages on Fry’s have since been removed. Though cache versions […]

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Alexa Video Skill API Updated With DVR Set & Manage Support

Amazon, via its developer blog, has today announced an upgrade to the Video Skill API for Alexa which will see the voice assistant service mature in its ability to engage with, and control, TV-related services and features. Specifically, Amazon has now announced new recording, launcher, and state reporting, improvements. For the end user, the recording […]

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Google Ending URL Shortener Support In Favor Of Dynamic Links

Google announced it is shuttering its URL Shortener service (goo.gl) in favor of Firebase Dynamic Links (FDL). As a result users will not be able to create new links starting from April 13, 2018. Existing links, however, will continue to be operational after the April 13 date and up until March 30, 2019 – the date […]

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Android TV: After One Year The Mi Box Nougat Update Remains In Beta

For those who have been keeping count the Android 7.0 (Nougat) update for the Xiaomi Mi Box has now been in a ‘beta’ state for a full year with still no real understanding of when the update will move to a stable status and start to roll out to devices. The year milestone was first […]

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Analysts: 5G Not An Answer To Wireless Carrier Revenue Growth

5G, in and of itself, is a not an answer to carrier growth slowdown, according to a new forecast from the data analytics firm, Strategy Analytics, This, in some respects, goes against the general notion that 5G is going to open the doors in a way never seen before. While Strategy Analytics actually agrees with […]

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