Google launched a new product that promises to revolutionize the way business is conducted. Its new program “Android for Work” is designed to streamline the use of Android smartphones into day-to-day business operations. This program could potentially turn into a multi-million dollar enterprise with the scope of Google’s support and the fact that so many people are already using Android phones.
While Google+ may not boast the same popularity that Facebook enjoys, it is becoming harder to ignore. If you are just getting started on Google+, you need to wrap your head around its workings. The following are some basic features you need to know to get you going:
If you are a Gmail user and also have a Google+ profile, you are now able to email other Google+ users without requiring their email addresses. According to Google, this is intended to facilitate communication between people who know each other but have not exchanged emails yet. In addition, Gmail will suggest your Google+ connections as recipients when you are composing new mail.
If you are among those that enjoy browsing on Google Chrome, you will find plenty of add-ons to enrich your experience. With a simple design, the web browser makes some of the most sophisticated technology that are available today user-friendly, fast and safe. Google Chrome add-ons are designed to seamlessly integrate with the browser, bringing in additional features that make the browsing experience more attractive to users.
Everyone knows that technology is expanding at a rate the world has never seen before. Until recently the idea of a car that drives itself was science fiction. Very few people thought it would ever come into existence. But here we are with this very technology within our grasp. Companies like Google are taking over the robotic industry before it even gets off the ground. Google’s smart car started making headlines when it was used to take pictures of every street in America for Google maps. But a driver-less car is a new concept even to Google. But just exactly what makes this car tick, and how soon can we expect see this car on the market available for public purchase?