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Skype Video Calls Are Now Saved in the Photo Gallery

The online communication platform has recently announced that the service has upgraded its Android application to its 6.11 version for saving Skype video calls. The development delivers a series of new options that improve the entire client experience, and some of the more significant enhancements are the features that allow saving all video messages transmitted via Skype. Microsoft’s Internet communication system created ...

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LG Smart TV Will Soon Run Google Play’s Movies and TV

The LG Smart TV is planned to receive Google Play’s feature with TV shows and films and it means that people who have such a top device will own a new system to stream videos and other media material on their gadgets. Google Play’s Movies and TV feature starts with its implementation in LG’s collection of web operating platforms, intelligent TVs or ...

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App Prices to Be Lowered by Google in 17 Countries

"Android Market"

Great news for the roughly 1.5 billion Android users around the world, as the multi-national giant declares app prices to be lowered by Google in 17 countries. Well, not exactly. The prices themselves will not be lowered by the enterprise, as the developers are allowed to set their own. What will be lowered is the minimum price for which an ...

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Android Marshmallow 6.0 Arriving on Motorola Phones

Gradually, Android Marshmallow 6.0 is arriving on an increasing number of gadgets and the newest receivers of the OS are last year’s Moto X and 2015’s Moto X Pure (or Style, depending on where you live). These two popular smart phones are important, since all Motorola X devices are popular in many parts of the globe. The company’s representatives stated ...

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Android Wear Arriving with the Wrist Gestures

Google has lately launched an upgrade to its Android Wear system. The 1.4 upgrade delivers a new series of user gestures, enabling improved ways to manage the smart watch’s functions. The movement of the tiny touch screen to the right and left is already implemented, but with its new action control, the user can just move his hand for this ...

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‘Smart Reply’ Automatically Responds to Your E-mails

Google’s Inbox e-mail app has a new feature called Smart Reply, which is able to read incoming e-mails and send back an appropriate response. Machine learning, which understands the essence of an e-mail and writes various reply options, is used by Smart Reply. Computers use machine learning to recognise patterns and make judgements on their own with the help of ...

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TensorFlow Teaches Computers to Think Like Humans

Google’s TensorFlow – which is now free – helps train computers in artificial intelligence so that one day, computer systems may solve problems through planning, reasoning, and abstract thinking much like humans. Some business leaders and computer scientists believe that a breakthrough in the field of artificial intelligence may soon take place, but others are more sceptical and say that ...

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New Self-Navigating Drones Fly at High Speeds

A doctoral student at MIT built a drone that is able to avoid objects on its own, without the need for human assistance and without knowing the area beforehand. The drone – shown in a video clip posted by researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory – was able to avoid obstacles like trees, while flying ...

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OK Google (voice assistant) stores all your voice commands

Like Siri and Cortana, Google developed a personal assistant known as “Google Now“. Now-a-days, all Android Smartphone users can experience voice assistant by tapping on the small microphone icon placed on a search tab. In the latest Android marshmallow firmware, We have more in Google voice assistant that supports “Now on Tap” or “Google Now on Tap” features. What’s more? If a user does a voice search on ...

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Wunderlist to-do app streamlines Android 6.0 Marshmallow with new update

Since many latest Android phones have started to receive the latest Marshmallow firmware update, the popular to-do app Wunderlist has also rolled out a major new update with many Marshmallow features-integration with Google Now on Tap for enhanced user experience. The new update released by 6 Wunderkinder GmbH will give the Wunderlist Android app a complete redesign along with many tweaks and performance enhancements ...

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