Highlights from Google I/O 2018

Highlights from Google I/O 2018

The Google I/O event brings major executives, engineers, and platform developers together to talk about the latest features and developments. This year’s conference just ended, and it looks like consumers have plenty to look forward to.

What happened at Google I/O 2018?

While the primary focus of the Google I/O conference was on the developers, every tech enthusiast in the audience had the opportunity to see what the future holds for their favorite Google products and the upcoming Android P. This year’s developer conference focused on software and new mobile technologies that will be released later in the year.

Google Assistant: New features unveiled

Google Assistant: New features unveiled

At this year’s South By Southwest (SXSW) conference in Austin, Google created a Google Assistant Fun House to display the many features of its AI assistant platform. Apart from the basic tasks it can perform on a smarthome, Google wanted to flaunt some of its unique uses, including a beer vending system and a sock sorter.

Google Introduces New Features for February

Google Introduces New Features for February

As the patience and attention span of web users decline, a minor flaw in a website can make or break a business. People want to be impressed the moment they load a website, and that rarely happens in the presence of annoying ads and videos. Google recognizes this, and has upgraded the Chrome browser accordingly.

Recruit talent using Google!

Recruit talent using Google!

The last thing you want when hiring new candidates is your competitors poaching them. This is why you need to post your job listings quickly on the right platform. If you’re not already doing that using Google for Jobs, here’s why you should.

What is it?

Google for Jobs is a search feature that sorts and prominently displays job listings from career sites in Google Search.

Google Drive app is shutting down

Google Drive app is shutting down

Yes, you read it right, Google Drive app is officially shutting down. But what does this mean for users worldwide? Is your business data still safe on Google Drive? Here’s everything you need to know.

Google made an official announcement on its blog that support for Google Drive app will end come December 11th, 2017, and the app will shut down completely on March 12th, 2018. In fact, you’ll start seeing notifications from the app’s user interface come October.