Google is known for regularly adding new features to its Chrome browser to ensure a better user experience than other rival products. Although Google performs a lot of internal testing before releasing a new feature to the public, you can still try such experimental features using flags in chrome://flags. This post is about one such […]Read more "How to enable new Google Chrome Custom Context Menu on your smartphone"
Those of you, who are familiar with the increasingly popular trend of smartwatches, may already know that LG and Google are preparing to announce a new pair of Android Wear watches this week. While tech enthusiasts are waiting for the two devices – the LG Watch Sport and Watch Style – the user guides for […]Read more "LG Watch Sport, Watch Style Manuals Leaked Showing Off Interesting Features"
Google doesn’t like ads that are “bad”. The word “bad” here refers to those ads that are misleading, inappropriate, or harmful. So if you hate (of course you do) those irritating pop-ups that lead to sites showing unrealistic offers or if you sometimes unintentionally end up downloading an app after clicking on an ad, then […]Read more "Google Took Down 1.7 Billion ‘Bad’ Ads In 2016"
We love it when Google auto-completes our search entries. We admire Siri because of her ability to make suggestions based on our previous interactions with the iPhone. We, as consumers, rarely think of the technicality that goes behind it. But tech giants like Google, Apple and Intel are seeing huge potential in nurturing Artificial Intelligence […]Read more "Tech Giants Snap Up AI Startups As We Shift Towards Age Of Automation"