Key Points From Last Week’s Google Event

Google is best known for its search capabilities. In fact, the company has changed our language. We no longer “search” for something online — we “Google” it. It’s also known for its suite of web-based services and apps, including YouTube, Gmail and Google Docs. As ubiquitous as Google already is in our lives, the company […]

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Google Hints at Launching a Travel Assistant App

Even if you don’t travel very often, Google has probably been a big help in trip preparations, whether you’re headed out on road trips, day trips or around-the-world journeys. Already, you can receive information about destinations in seconds and get the low down on low-priced airfares by using the Google Flights search filter. Now, it […]

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Flowstate Is The App Every Struggling Creative Writer Needs

Read an interview from an accomplished best-selling fiction author or listen to a writing professor in a college classroom and you’ll likely learn that “unleashing the creative flow” is the key to a person’s best work. Easier said than done, right? Even with the best of intentions, that elusive outpouring of literary genius is likely […]

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Promising Uses for ‘Reality Editor’ App

Some resourceful developers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Fluid Interfaces Lab have created a unique augmented reality app that will allow users to interact with and control smart tech devices like never before. Today’s smart devices are designed to be reactive, such as Amazon’s Echo or Google’s Nest smart-home thermostat. Nest, for example, will […]

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