Android: Google will finally roll out this handy audio feature

With the release of the Pixel Buds Pro, Google is finally launching automatic audio switching for Android. Yes, it might seem like a small improvement, but if you frequently switch audio sources for your headphones, this update is likely to improve your phone experience a lot. Unfortunately for now, the feature is only available on … Read more

In London, the data centers of Google and Oracle could not withstand the heat

By Louis Madelaine Published on 20/07/2022 at 9:00 p.m., Update on 20/07/2022 at 9:00 p.m. Google’s cloud servers suffered from the heat wave. KIRILL KUDRYAVTSEV/AFP London data centers were not calibrated to operate in such high temperatures. If humans, animals and vegetation suffer from heat waves, machines are not spared either. The effects of the … Read more

Google ready to split its activities to avoid an antitrust lawsuit

By Chloe Woitier Posted on 07/11/2022 at 21:03, Update on 07/11/2022 at 21:03 Google has indeed become a key player in all links in the chain of displaying advertisements on websites and is suspected of abuse of a dominant position. Clay McLachlan/REUTERS In the United States, the group has reportedly offered to create a new … Read more

Russian court imposes record fine on Google for content about Ukraine

Published on : 07/19/2022 – 00:42 A Moscow court imposed on Monday, July 18, the giant Google a fine of 21 billion rubles (363 million euros). The Russian telecommunications regulator criticizes the American group for not having deleted content denouncing the Russian military offensive in Ukraine. This is the largest fine ever imposed on a … Read more

At Google, hiring will be suspended for two weeks

Recently, several companies have made a ” hiring freeze and now it’s Google’s turn. Just yesterday, the company announced to its workers via email that it will halt hiring for two weeks. However, she stressed that this temporary shutdown will not affect existing job openings. Recall that at the beginning of the month, Sundar Pichai, … Read more

Hashtag Trending Podcast, July 21, 2022 — Google Scam, Microsoft AirSim, Netflix Numbers and Uber Lawsuits | Informatic direction

Trending Hashtag Podcast, July 21, 2022 — A micro-scam on Google, Microsoft’s AirSim project, better-than-expected results for Netflix and lawsuits against Uber. Welcome to Hashtag Trends, your weekly roundup of tech topics being talked about on social media. Today is Thursday, July 21, 2022. A micro-scam on Google the New York Times reported this week … Read more

OnePlus, Motorola and Xiaomi add smartphones to Google’s ARCore certification list

ARCore is a software development kit developed by Google with the aim of providing devices running Android with an environment entirely dedicated to augmented reality applications. After the successful launch of the first version of ARCore in February 2018, the SDK has come on its way. Credit – Google It has convinced many smartphone manufacturers … Read more

In Europe, Google authorizes other payment systems than its own on its application store

The developers will nevertheless have to continue to pay a commission to Google, which will be very slightly reduced. At first glance, Google appears to be making a major concession. The American group announced on Tuesday that it would now allow developers who distribute their applications on Google Play in Europe to use payment systems … Read more

Google will test a prototype of augmented reality glasses in the real world

After the monumental flop of the Glass frame, Google is trying its luck again in the consumer augmented reality sector with a new experiment. Starting in August, hand-picked Googlers and testers will indeed roam the real world (only in the United States, so is it really the real world, one wonders) with on the nose … Read more