Google home and Google Mini are now introduced in India and according to an estimate, Google Assistant usage has grown three times in the last 12 months. You can now effortlessly switch between English and another language when conversing with your additional in Google Home. Google Home aims to support seven Indic languages in the next few months. Read more on this in an article by HARISH JONNALAGADDA in androidcentral.
Users are allowed to play through web-browser by a fraction of currently available Cloud Gaming Software. Based on the cost, performance and accessibility RemoteMyApp’s second generation of streaming technology software Vortex is most popular among the cloud gamers and is advised as the best cloud based gaming software for google chrome. It is only $9.99 per month for about 100 hours of Cloud Gaming and provides instant play for a long list of games. Read more about this in an article by JJ Cabana in FLICKSTIQ.
Google Chromebooks conventionally run the standard web-based applications, they also have the capability of connecting to Google Play Store and can seamlessly run Android apps. The new models, however, have recently gained the ability to run Linux apps as well. Linux, the free and open-source operating system even though with its not so friendly user interface is adored by many programmers across the globe. Read more on this in an article by JR Raphael in the COMPUTERWORLD.
After successful installation of a supercomputer (with an Intel Broadwell processors) on the International Space Station, the company has announced the availability for earth-based developers for experimentations. The state of the art one teraflop computer was launched into space in the summer of 2017 on a SpaceX rocket. Read more on this in an article by Ron Miller in TechCrunch.
Talking computers and robots that will one day take over the world comes to mind whenever artificial intelligence is discussed but that only happens in Hollywood AI is now opening great possibilities in manufacturing and other areas of business where the manual processes can now be effectively automated just like typing a question into Google and answers to the query would appear. Instead of being a bunch of transformers in your office with the installation of new AI-powered ERP Software now your systems would get more adept with each query in similarities and many other factors. Read more about this in an article by Tom McKeown in Forbes.
Focused on protecting content itself rather than the network, U.S. Department of Defense redaction software, WindTalker, is now being released to a wider legal market. The software offers encryptions, redacts on a micro-level, focusing on individual words, sentences and paragraphs rather than documents as a whole. That encryption moves with the document when it’s sent out, and the original creator of the document can control access permissions to sensitive information remotely automated privilege logs, document management and e-discovery providers about integration opportunities. Read more about this in the article by Zach Warren in LegalTechNews.