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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What Is Google’s DeepMind?

DeepMind, an artificial intelligence company that Google acquired in 2014, creates neural networks that learn in ways similar to the way humans learn. In the future, this technology could have an impact on everything from the way you use your smartphone to your next doctor’s visit. What Is DeepMind? Shane Legg, Mustafa Suleyman and Demis […]

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How The Amity App Could Make Messaging Even Easier

With text messaging becoming more prevalent in our everyday lives, we’re confronted with a number of benefits as well as disadvantages to being constantly connected to others. While text messaging certainly lets us broaden our social circles and even keep in touch with close friends or co-workers, the sheer act of texting can cause us […]

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Sweet Changes Coming With Android’s Nougat OS

Who doesn’t love Android OS updates? The latest is now rolling out to Nexus devices and it brings a whole bunch of welcome changes to the system. Android’s newest update – version 7.0 – is called Nougat, following the naming pattern of sweet goodness that is Google’s update cycle. One of the biggest changes for […]

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Are Your Wireless Gadgets Vulnerable to Hacking?

Hackers are constantly looking for new ways to breach a system, through both hardware and software vulnerabilities. That’s why researchers and white hat hackers — the good guys — use pre-emptive measures to find these vulnerabilities. They hack into a system, bring attention to problem areas, and hopefully allow companies to fix the issue in […]

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