Microsoft on Monday shifted its focus to social networking with a massive $26.2 billion deal for professional social network LinkedIn.
With its biggest-ever acquisition and one of the largest in the tech sector, Microsoft is adding tools to connect with business as it moves further away from its roots as a pure software firm.
It’s been launched around the world.
Facebook has unveiled a new feature that allows users to leave videos as comments.
Employee Bob Baldwin, who was a “core hacker” during a hackathon held by Facebook that led to the creation of the new function, announced the feature in a post on Thursday.
Yes, you heard right. Google is planning to kill your password, but to give you a password free login facility in near future with its project called Abacus. With Project Abacus, a user will be able to sign into applications or unlock their devices on the basis of “Trust score”. This score would be vary or calculated using a number of factors, including your pattern of typing, your current geo-location, speed and other things.
Google wants to put the art back in artificial intelligence.
During the last session at Moogfest, a four-day music and technology festival, in Durham, North Carolina, Douglas Eck, a researcher on Google Brain, the company’s artificial-intelligence research project, outlined a new group that’s going to focus on figuring out if computers can truly create.
Google recently revealed a new mobile friendly tool which can be reached from the mobile usability report in Search Console or you can find it here
This new tool is very slick, less frightening in comparison to the original tool. In Google’s words “room to continue to improve on its functionality, and over time, we expect it to replace the previous Mobile Friendly Test.”
Even you can test websites on your smartphone too. But still there are holes to fill, Google guys need to work on.
Here is a test result of our website-