The reason we part ways with certain things is that we don’t wish to see them ever again. But in this modern day and age, is that possible? Imagine that the deleted search history you believed to be dead and gone rose from the IT grave like zombies bent on causing you nothing but embarrassment and awkwardness.
Everything is wirelessly connected nowadays. If you can purchase a refrigerator that sends you a message when your vegetables are going bad, why can’t you stream the audio and video of your phone or desktop to your TV? It turns out you can, and Google just made it a whole lot easier.
During the pre-internet era, locating a document or verifying a fact took countless hours, if not days. Now with smartphones and search engines, it takes less than a second to do the same. However, new tech comes new expectations, ones that demand lightning-fast efficiency.
On average, Google receives about 40,000 search requests every second. It’s no surprise that people have dedicated their entire careers to mastering how this process takes place and how they can boost sites’ ranking for their own financial gain. Unfortunately, not all businesses have the time or money to utilize one of these mysterious SEO experts and must take the issue into their own hands.
In today’s modern world, the reliance on only one powerful tech combo might not be enough to cut it. The Mac/iPhone combo has enjoyed its long reign but another descendant to the throne comes in the form of an Android phone and Google Chrome combo.
While many SMBs rave about Apps for Work and its ability to provide cheap enterprise-level productivity software, it’s generally agreed upon that there is one huge gap in what they offer. Google is hoping to amend this oversight with its recent announcement of Springboard, a tool designed to bring all of the individual apps together as one big happy family.
Mayan priests took it upon themselves to inform the people of important matters such as festivals, harvest updates and when the next Quidditch tournament will be held – the same can be said about Google I/O just without the headpieces. Attendees are given the 411 on the latest announcements and newest products that have just or is about to hit the market.
Android updates can be hard to follow since Google’s updates depend on a lot of factors outside of the company that ultimately delay releases. Google’s I/O conference is the best chance we have to see what’s coming to Android from the offices of its core designers.
Well over half of all surveyed internet users utilize Google’s Chrome web browser, and it’s not difficult to see why. The ability to customize your browser via third party apps, extensions and more makes surfing the web a truly personalized experience.
It’s not a stretch to say that Gmail is one of the best and most popular email services in the world, having over 1 billion monthly active users. With powerful tools that allow you to gain control of your inbox, Gmail has become the platform of choice to both business and individual users.