Google Wants Android Wear Working With Iphone

In stores around the world soon
Missing two weeks to the start of sales of the Apple Watch in some countries – Brazil did not enter this list. While the accessory considered the “perfect match” for the iPhone does not hit the stores, Google works to gain a share of this market. So far, Android Wear-based smartwatches work exclusively in partnership with devices running Android. That should change very soon. Continue reading Google Wants Android Wear Working With Iphone

May 5, 2017

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Touchone Keyboard Android Wear

This application shows that it is possible to adapt the experience of a virtual keyboard to the smartwatch

The Moto 360 is one of the most anticipated smartwatch this year and which Motorola leads us putting teeth deployed for some months now. Not only is the first device to feature Android Wear, Google’s operating system for wearables, but failing to see what Apple has prepared us, is the smart watch with the best design we have seen till date.

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October 27, 2016

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Is it Worth the Amazon Tablet Android 59 Euros?

A few years ago tablets were seen as the next big revolution, a sort of hybrid with the best of laptops and mobile phones. The iPad opened a path that seemed to rise from year to year.

The reality, soon after, is that they have become an interesting niche product but almost. They are not massive devices rather than whim but of course there are many circumstances in which they are actually useful. The issue is that the price of many of them makes us think much purchase.

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October 11, 2016

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Google Offers Benefits Even When Employee Dies

Working at Google ensures a number of benefits that many professionals would love toreceive. Beyond what is embodied in life, this week a company executive gave details of the benefits guaranteed to the family of a worker who died. “We do this not because it is important for the business, but simply because it’s the right thing to do,” responsible for human resources, Laszlo Bock.

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August 30, 2016

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Here We Discuss the Privacy in Google+

Google + in the air. All very beautiful, all very gray. Gradually, Brazilian users will arrive in new attack on web giant’s social networking. Just can not get excited too with the alleged information sharing controls in service. A page in the help section of the “Google+ Project” shows that Google has no intention of offering private profiles. Continue reading Here We Discuss the Privacy in Google+

August 22, 2016

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Check out the Search with Google Instant

The dynamic results page that was released to a small portion of the users Google is now available to anyone. To test this search just visit this URL and start typing. Called Google streaming Instant, this service should be officially announced shortly, although the pages talking about him already in the air. Strangely, to activate it you need to add the ‘psy’ attribute in the URL. And there’s no way: today Google will dominate the news.

August 22, 2016

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Google Creates Priorities in Gmail Box

In the current mode of Gmail, the user is responsible for checking which messages are important, which must be answered and which can be ignored. And the mail service Google already offers enough features for this: you can select an item with a star, create filters for certain senders or subjects and to create an automatic response. But Google wants to automate this process of separation. Continue reading Google Creates Priorities in Gmail Box

August 20, 2016

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Google is Censored in 25% of Countries in Which It Operates

We Brazilians should be celebrating: we have unrestricted access to all – absolutely everyone – the services that Google offers on the internet. However, there is a huge amount of users who do not have this privilege. According to post published today Rachel Whetstone, vice president of global communications and public relations, Google has restrictions of access in 25% of countries in which it has operations. Continue reading Google is Censored in 25% of Countries in Which It Operates

August 16, 2016

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