Ordinary citizens may get all paranoia about Big Brother watching them, but little do they know that Big Brother may have the same worry too. Well, at least it is for Taiwan’s government, all thanks to Google Maps. Google’s new 3D maps boast unprecedented details of certain cities, including Taiwan’s most sensitive military sites that’s home to US-made Patriot missiles. Oops. Continue reading Oops: Google Maps Reveal Taiwan’s Most Sensitive Military Sites In 3D
I am sure we are all familiar with Home Alone (Fox, 1990), the Christmas comedy blockbuster that propelled the then 10-year-old Macaulay Culkin into super stardom. The film details how the young protagonist, Kevin McCallister, got on with day-to-day life when his parents accidentally left him alone at home and how he handled burglars hellbent in entering his home. Continue reading How Home Alone Would Have Been If Kevin Had Google Assistant
Since we are the topic of Pokémon, we thought you may like know a couple of new developments. The first is Pokémon Pikachu Talk Skill for Amazon Alexa and Google Home where you can “converse ‘live’” with Pikachu. Instead of the usual Alexa or Google Home voice, whatever you ask or commands your Amazon Alexa or Google Home device will be reciprocated with Pikachu classic lines like “Pika?”, “Pika, Pika!”, and “Pikaaaa.” I guess you could say Pikachu Talk Skill for Alexa and Google Home is the closest experience you will get to having an actual Pokémon creature. Continue reading Pikachu Talk Skill For Alexa And New Pokémon Plushies Introduced
You know how doctors sometimes have to amputate patients’ limb(s) because an infection have gotten out of hand? Well, that’s what happening to Google Plus (Google+). Google’s very own social network that was meant to go head-to-head with Facebook is officially being “amputated.” It will cease to exist starting August 31, 2019. Rest in peace, Google Plus. You were as good as it lasts… if there was any good to begin with. I still recall how Google Plus was forced into blogs and websites like us, as with YouTube users. Having something you didn’t want pushed into your face was, obviously, a happy experience. TBH, I am glad it is finally over for good. Continue reading It’s Official. Google Is Pulling The Plug On Google Plus
Today is the day those in denial face up to reality. I am talking about those who refused believe the previous leaks, including an unboxing video, of the Google Pixel 3. Everything was put out there and as such, today’s even was just a confirmation of sort. So, yeah, Google Pixel 3 is official and so is the briefly rumored Google Slate and a brand new smart device called Google Home Hub. The latter is basically Google’s answer to Amazon Echo Show, but less the camera because, privacy. Privacy, among other things, is Google promised to look out for your “digital well-being.” Continue reading Google Pixel 3 Announced Along With Google Slate And Google Home Hub
When I saw this ‘news’, I immediately knew I have to say something. The ‘news’ was how YouTube gadget reviewer Marques Brownlee (AKAMKBHD) ‘exposed’ Indian celebrity Anushka Sharma promoting Google Pixel on Twitter and seemingly posted it to the micro blogging platform with an iPhone. Are you surprise? Of course – if you are NOT wise enough to know that the photos may not even be taken by the actress herself or using the device. Continue reading It Is Not A Big Deal Promoting Android Phones With An iPhone. Maybe?
By now, you would have already picked up quite a few bits about the new Apple iPad Pro that is said to be coming later this year. There is a high chance it will be announced in next week’s Apple event, but you don’t wait till September 12 to see what it will look like – thanks to a collaboration between Onleaks and MySmartPrice. The two have come together, again, to do a mock up of the new iPad based on the latest schematics and leaks. Continue reading Here’s The Render Of The New 2018 iPad Pro Based On Leaked Specs
This has to be the biggest blunder in the young history of smartphone since after iPhone 4. We are talking about an unboxing video of Google’s flagship, the Google Pixel 3 XL, more than a month ahead of its supposed official unveiling. You heard that right. It is already happening and the Mountain View search giant wasn’t involved. The video was posted by YouTube channel In DIGI, showing a pair of beautiful hands taking time to reveal this much anticipated phone. Continue reading Here’s The Google Pixel 3 XL Unboxing. Yes, Already!
Google Pixel 3 announcement is likely to happen after Apple’s unveiling of its three new handsets, but already, the hype is drumming up. Just a couple of days ago, well-known tipster Ben Geskin posted on Twitter, four new images of the purported Google Pixel 3 that leaves little to imagination. This is not the first of the so called leaked images, but unlike the previous ‘leak’ we saw, which appeared to be rendered images, this new set of images were hands-on images. Continue reading Here’s The “First Look” At The Google Pixel 3 Device – Packaging And All
Google’s Project Fi is a mobile virtual network that offers user with simple and fast wireless experience when roaming at no extra cost, but as you may know, not all phones are so-called Fi-friendly. Only Fi-ready phones can “intelligently” shift among mobile networks and WiFi to allow you to experience Fi services, at home or around the world. Until May, only two devices support Fi and they are Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL and Android One Moto X4. Continue reading Here Are Three New Google Project Fi-friendly Smartphones