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Google expands speech recognition capabilities to 30 more languages
Aug14

Google expands speech recognition capabilities to 30 more languages

Google has added more language support for its speech recognition technology. The company on Monday added support for India and Africa; two regions that are fast becoming a huge pull for tech companies around the world. What this means is that users around the world will be able to search the web by voice in addition to being able to type via voice using Gboard, Google’s keyboard app for mobile. Today’s update brings the total number...

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Google may include edit button for images in Allo
Aug12

Google may include edit button for images in Allo

Quicker access to photo editing is coming to Google Allo—and that’s according to 9to5google. The quicker access to photo editing according to the report, is still being tested, and could be available soon. Some users are already reporting that a small edit icon has now been added right beside sent images or custom sticker within the chat app. The small edit icon appears immediately you have sent a picture or custom sticker to a...

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WhatsApp’s new photo filter feature coming soon?
Aug11

WhatsApp’s new photo filter feature coming soon?

WhatsApp appears to be testing a new feature that will let you filter photos within the app. The test was briefly spotted by Android Police before it was again taken off by the Facebook-owned chat app. Apparently, the feature is one for the future as no trace of it on the App Store the last time I checked. What WhatsApp plans to achieve with this is anyone’s guess, but recent additions seem to suggest that the app is gradually...

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Facebook reinvents TV shows with a new video platform called “Watch”
Aug10

Facebook reinvents TV shows with a new video platform called “Watch”

  Facebook is giving TV shows a new meaning as the social media company today launched a new video platform called “Watch.” Content will be exclusively produced for the new platform by partners, who are expected to earn 55 percent of ad revenue while Facebook takes the remaining 45 percent. Shows and programs from the new platform will start rolling out to a small set of people in the US from tomorrow on mobile, desktop and...

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Twitter testing desktop version of Night Mode
Aug09

Twitter testing desktop version of Night Mode

Following a successful roll out of Night Mode for the mobile version of Twitter app, the microblogging company is currently testing the desktop version of the same feature, 9to5google reports. Night Mode as you already know, is a feature that makes it easier to read tweets in the dark without leaving a strain on your eyes. The feature gets rid of any traces of white from the app, replacing it with a dark gray. The result of the change...

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