Google revealed that continuous scrolling for search will be available on mobile devices. This implies that as soon as you reach the bottom of a search-result page on your phone, the subsequent set of results will load with relevant information immediately. The addition of continuous scrolling comes after Google revamped its mobile search-results screen. The feature will be accessible first in United States and will function for English-… read-more
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Amid the speculation over launch, Google has confirmed that it'll launch Google Pixel 6 and 6 Pro at ''Pixel Fall Launch'' on October 19 at 10:30 PM. The company also revealed that the phone will be powered by a Tensor chip which is Google's first custom mobile chip. Besides, the phone is expected to come with Android 12, a triple rear camera, a 6.4-inch FHD+ display, and more.
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The Biden administration is organizing a conference on quantum technology on October 5, Amazon, Google, and Microsoft are likely to attend. The event will be hosted by White House Office of Science and Technology Policy and will focus on key applications of quantum computing. The administration of President Joe Biden is particularly concerned about the national-security implications of quantum technology, which offers the potential to quickly… read-more
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Google often dedicates doodles to reknowned personalities. On October 1st, the search engine celebrated Sivaji Ganesan's 92nd Birth Anniversary. Also known as the Marlon Brando of South India’s film industry, he was regarded as the tallest actor in Tamil Cinema. He was also conferred upon by the highest honour in cinema, the Dadasaheb Phalke Award, in 1997. He had potrayed several mythologiacal characters and acted in multilingual movies.
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Google on September 27 celebrated its 23rd birthday by posting a special doodle on its homepage. The 'L' in Google's doodle represents 23 years of its foundation in a shape of a Cake. Google was founded on September 4 by Larry Page and Sergey Bring in the USA. However, it celebrates its foundation day on September 27 to ''coincide with the announcement of the record number of pages''.
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Google announced on September 23 that people with speech or physical impairments can now control their Android-powered devices hands-free. Machine learning-induced "Project Activate" uses gestures to initiate any action, and "Camera Switches" replace hand movements with camera gestures, which are two new techniques to make phones more inclusive. Gestures like smiling, lifting brows, gazing to the left and right users can choose activity by… read-more
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The Google Homepage featured a beautiful illustration of the Japanese Scientist and Educator Michiyo Tsujimura for her 133rd Birthday on September 17. She was born in 1888 in Okegawa, Japan where she spent her early life teaching science. Tsujimura is remembered for her groundbreaking research into studying the nutritional benefits of Green Tea. Later, she created history by holding the dean position at the Faculty of Home Economics in 1950… read-more
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Considering the demand for dark mode, Google is set to launch a dark theme ''for google search pages on desktops'' in the coming weeks. The new feature is said to be very beneficial during the night as it turns the screen colour in inky gray. Reportedly, one should click on the appearance in the search setting to chose the Dark theme. Google may also launch this feature in mobile.
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Karnataka High Court on September 8 quashed a petition by the Anti-Corruption Council of India Trust seeking action against Google for describing Kannada as the ''ugliest language'' of India. The petitioner also urged the court to order Google to pay a compensation of Rs 10 crore to the Culture and Heritage Department of Karnataka. In response, the court stated that Google had already apologized via Twitter, on June 3.
Several Afghan government email accounts have been temporarily blocked by Google in order to safeguard the country's sensitive database. However, there have been rumors that the Taliban's hasty takeover from an U.S-backed government may be used against their rivals. However, last month, the Taliban had asked a former government employee to revive data available on the ministry's server.