At Google’s 10th annual I/O Developer Conference, the search giant announced Google Home. The product is a stationary physical device that answers questions and does tasks, similar to Amazon’s Echo device.
Google and IMAX announced their partnership on Thursday May 19 for new camera technologies for the Mountain View company’s 360 degree camera platform.
At Google I/O 2016, the company announced the Allo and Duo apps. These will be their take on general messaging and video calls, respectively.
DC’s parent company will be seeing an executive shakeup after the middling reception to Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Warner Bros. will be taking a more hands on approach to the DC Extended Universe, similar to Marvel.
At Google I/O 2016, Android group project manager Ellie Powers spoke about the new Instant Apps for the platform that allow users to use parts of apps in their mobile browser without installing on their devices.
The new AI assistant by Google looks to utilize cloud computing to create a more seemless, conversational style experience. Google CEO Sundar Pichai demonstrated the new product at the company’s I/O keynote event.
The platform will be integrated into Android N, the next version of Google’s expanding operating system. Google VP of Virtual Reality Clay Bavor presented the program and some of it’s partners at Google I/O 2016.
This week’s podcast is media heavy. With Amazon taking on YouTube, Supergirl moving to CW, and a bunch of cancellations, there’s plenty to discuss.
Visual artist Alan Resnick creates surreal comedy that spans genres, utilizing physical and digital mediums. His work can be seen both on his YouTube channel as well as through his collaboration with Adult Swim.
The game creation program was “no longer feasible to continue” according to a statement from the developer Team Dakota. It was removed from download, but is still usable.