TensorFlow Lite helps apps stay smaller and faster in Android O

  • TensorFlow Lite helps apps stay smaller and faster in Android O

TensorFlow Lite helps apps stay smaller and faster in Android O

Google Home is an AI-based speaker, powered by Google Assistant.

However, the brand has also shed some lights on different categories as well including a new standalone VR headsets, revamped Google Photos, smarter Google Home and more. Turns out, Google is already making this feature available for some users.

Twitter Lite, the latest high-profile entrant to the Progressive Web Apps bandwagon, boasts of data savings of up to 70% and faster page loads of under 5 seconds on 3G networks.

Proactive assistance will allow the Home device to push notifications, relating to reminders, traffic alerts, flight delays and more, to users. Micromax's Vdeo range even fought on video calls at less than United States dollars 100.

According to the bank, more than 50 percent of Android phone users in Taiwan are expected to able to use the new payment system. Android O will also support the entire emoji 5.0 character catalog, bringing in more emojis. For example, saying "Ok Google". The Home will be able to show responses on a TV or smartphone screen. Google also designed the service to minimise data usage on bandwidth-hungry services like YouTube. At the conference, Google made it very clear that it is relying on AI to enhance all of its products and services.

Google announced its competition to Amazon Echo previous year, and since then has been updating it with new features regularly.

"Combined with the Google voice assistant, the AI feature in LG products will be much stronger", the official said. The assistant can now speak French, German, Japanese and Portuguese. "We hope to continue providing our customers with new smart home experiences that encompass more possibilities than ever before", said Anny Wei, CEO and President of D-Link Corporation. Now iPhone users can use its natural language interface to ask questions, schedule appointments, make phone calls, send texts and emails, play music, and more.

Adding to its ongoing efforts to fight malware, adware, ransomware and the likes, which are becoming increasingly threatening as smartphones and other devices connected to the internet are gaining popularity, Google has announced the addition of another security layer to Android devices.

"Many of these new features in Google Assistant, Photos, and Home add value but also require the sharing of a lot of personal voice, photo, video and location information", said Patrick Moorhead, principal analyst at Moor Insight and Strategies. Given the reigning vibe and the cascade of announcements by Google heads succeeding one another on stage, it's indeed nothing short of a festival. The expanding partnership with PayPal will help, but so will Google's move to let Android Pay users select more cards they have on file with Google.

It's an app that uses image recognition to identify objects appearing in your camera lens in real-time.