Google assistant can do much more than you think. If you are relying on applications like Evernote, Keep to note and remember things for you, there is a better option “Google Assistant”. Ask it questions. Tell it to do things. It’s your own personal assistant. It is available on Android Marshmallow and Nougat phones. Press and hold the home button or just say “Ok Google” to launch the application.
USE GOOGLE ASSISTANT TO REMEMBER THINGS FOR YOU
Launch Google Assistant on your mobile device and then say “Remember” followed by information you would want Google to remember for you. For instance you can say
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Google is part of our online life every day today and has made our life a lot easier, but if you are using Google frequently to search for information, rather than using your brains, then beware this may lead to dementia.
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Air travel is in a time of extraordinary change. With the quick pace of advancement, airlines and plane producers are endeavoring to keep up. Like the automotive industry, plane manufacturers understand the need to improve both hardware and software of an airplane. Currently, the industry is taking a shot at many possible radical developments that could change the face of the industry & flying experience. Lets discuss the future of flying.
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Blackberry has launched its first ever phone without a keypad, an all-screen smartphone “Blackberry Motion“. It is made by TCL under the
BlackBerry Mobile brand.
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Soon Android will have a feature of Apple. There is a new feature coming soon to recognize songs in Google Assistant. When this feature comes, Android users will not need any third-party applications to recognize songs.
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Tech giant Google has finally revealed its next-generation flagship Pixel smartphones, successor to the Pixel and Pixel XL, and aptly called Pixel 2 and Pixel XL 2. Both the devices run Android 8.0 Oreo operating system out-of-the-box. But what’s the difference between the two phones Google has just announced? Let’s compare them and see.
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Human needs in the modern era are becoming increasingly complex. However, this has been accompanied by ever more sophisticated smartphone features which are able to fulfill users’ needs and support their activities. Many of us still do not use all the features of the high end smartphones. Here we are listing down some of the hidden features of Samsung galaxy S8 and S8 + to allow you explore different possibilities.
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For those who love reading, there is no better device than Amazon’s Kindle series. At present, these are available in different models, notably: New Kindle, Kindle Paperwhite, Kindle Voyage & Kindle Oasis. Let’s discuss about the most popular of them all – “Kindle Paperwhite“.
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Google has decided to join the already crowded viciously competitive digital payments market in India, and launched a new digital payments app – Tez. Tez is a Hindi word, which means ‘fast’. It is a is a UPI-based app that can be used for both online transactions and paying offline at stores. Currently, if you need a UPI app, you can choose between popular apps like Paytm, MobiKwik, the NPCI’s BHIM app, and a range of UPI apps from different banks in the country. Let’s discuss about what is Tez App, how is it different from other UPI based Apps and should you switch to Tez App?
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Elon Musk, the billionaire founder of PayPal, Tesla Motors and SpaceX, imagines cutting the travel time between Los Angeles to San Francisco to a mere 35 minutes. He has proposed building a high-speed transportation system that would allow humans to travel 760 miles (1,223 kilometers) per hour. He named this technology: HYPERLOOP.
Though it sounds like something out of a science-fiction movie, but if everything goes as per the concept, this futuristic Hyperloop will replace bullet trains and revolutionize transportation just as the locomotive, automobile and airplane did. Let’s find out how will this futuristic concept of Hyperloop work?
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