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Google Brain’s new research brings ‘Zoom and Enhance’ to reality!

by Elie Chahine • February 8, 2017

The team at Google Brain has made an impressive breakthrough for increasing the resolution of images. They’ve managed to turn 8×8 grids of pixels into monstrous approximations of human beings. Neural networks are the best chance at being able to truly increase the level of detail in a low-resolution image. The tech is currently stuck with […]

Google Maps introduces Parking availability!

by Elie Chahine • January 19, 2017

Google Maps knows where you are working, living and how’s the traffic around you. Today, its slowly rolling out a brand new Google Maps feature that should further improve your real-time navigation experience: The app will now tell you whether there’s parking available at your destination. If you set up your route from Point A to […]

Google Calendar now integrates with Apple Health and Google Fit!

by Elie Chahine • January 6, 2017

New Year’s resolutions are a lot easier to create than they are to keep. Luckily, Goals in Google Calendar is there to help you find time for the things that matter. Set a goal like “run 3 times a week,” and Calendar will help you find the time and stick to it. Starting today, Google […]

Manage your backups easily with the latest Google Drive update

by Elie Chahine • December 9, 2016

Google Drive has been keeping backups of the data on your devices since Android Marshmallow introduced Auto Backup for Apps. Now its making it easier to find them. A new update to the Google Drive application and Web Interface adds a handy Backups section to the sidebar. Open it and you can see which of […]

Build your own Apps with the latest Low-Code Development Tool from Google: App Maker!

by Elie Chahine • December 1, 2016

Google announced on Wednesday the launch of App Maker, its newest entry in the low-code, drag-and-drop app building market. App Maker promises to make it easy for anybody to quickly develop basic apps that serve a very specific purpose inside an organization. The new service features a cloud-based drag-and-drop development environment that lets you build the user […]

Google Translate just got a lot Smarter!

by Elie Chahine • November 17, 2016

Google Translate turned 10 on Tuesday and now its supporting 103 languages. With the new feature that Google is announcing, Google Translate is apparently improving more in a single leap than in the last ten years combined. It’s called Neural Machine Translation (NMT), and initially it will be working for 8 languages: English, French, German, […]

Google redesigns Gmail for iOS and updates its Calendar!

by Elie Chahine • November 8, 2016

Google has updated its Gmail and Calendar applications for iOS. These two applications are vital parts of Google’s cloud-based services. The updated Gmail app for iPhone and iPad introduces a redesigned user interface alongside a few features from Gmail on the web that it says were highly requested. The new design is notably similar to […]

G Suite gets 5 new productivity features!

by Elie Chahine • October 20, 2016

Google’s G Suite, the new name for what was previously called Google Apps for Work, is getting a couple of new productivity features today. The new features focus on supporting more of the existing workflows in larger companies and bringing more of Google’s smarts to these apps. If you work in the kind of company where people […]

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by Elie Chahine • October 1, 2016

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Google rebrands ‘Apps for Work’ to ‘G Suite’ under a new ‘Google Cloud’ brand with many Updates!

by Elie Chahine • September 30, 2016

Google is giving its Apps for Work a refresh, adding new features and renaming the entire collection into ‘G Suite.’ Google says the new name better reflects its mission to “help people everywhere work and innovate together, so businesses can move faster and go bigger.” Everything cloud-based—including the Google Cloud Platform, enterprise mobility, and even […]