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Google Launches New Coral Products in 2020

Published on 01/03/2020 @ 8 AM EST

Launched last year, Coral is a platform of hardware components and software tools that make it easy to prototype and scale local AI products. Today, the entire product range has been launched, which includes the Coral Dev Board, USB Accelerator, and PCIe Accelerators available in 36 countries.

Google’s AI Detects Breast Cancer Better Than Experts

Published on 01/02/2020 @ 7 AM EST

After acquiring DeepMind in 2014, the company trained its AI using de-identified data from patients in both the US and the UK. The analysis shows that it can reduce false positives by 5.7 percent and false negatives by 9.4 percent in the US. The developers of the AI system, however, have said that the research is in its early stages as of now and more studies, as well as cooperation with healthcare providers, will be required before the system is ready for widespread use.

Pixel 4A Might Feature a Hole-Punch Display

Published on 12/31/2019 @ 8 AM EST

The new renders published by 91Mobiles show the upcoming Pixel 4A as the first Google phone with a hole-punch display. Other features include a headphone jack and a single rear camera.

YouTube Mobile App Upgraded for Better TV Experience

Published on 12/25/2019 @ 6 AM EST

The latest update entertains voice search on the mobile apps, even when the phone is being used for casting to a TV. Additionally, people can watch videos in HDR when streaming from a PlayStation 4 or Playstation 4 Pro.

Pixel 4 Gets Improved Face Unlock and More Updates

Published on 12/23/2019 @ 9 AM EST

The Google Pixel 4 phones have finally received the "Pixel Feature Drop" update announced earlier this month. Apart from Face Unlock improvements, this update includes a lot of unique changes, like robocall screening and Duo call centering. In fact, the update also brings T-Mobile eSIM support to Pixel 4 devices.

Google Maps satellite images cover 98% of the world’s population

Published on 12/16/2019 @ 7 AM EST

Google said that they have captured over 10 million miles of images for Street View which is equal to the distance of circling around the globe 400 times. Additionally, Google Earth has 36 million square miles of HD satellite images you can browse. These images actually cover 98% of the world's population. This data was primarily revealed to highlight the immense scope of Maps in the near future.