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Google Loon Project - Sri Lanka

Many of us think of the Internet as a global community. But two-thirds of the world’s population does not yet have Internet access. Project Loon is a network of balloons traveling on the edge of space, designed to connect people in rural and remote areas, help fill coverage gaps, and bring people back online after disasters. 50 more words


Power Transition, Lawfare and the Spotify/Google Interlocking Directorate

Though this be madness, yet there is method in it.

Hamlet, by William Shakespeare

Power Transition in Business

When a relatively unequal competitor is about to overtake a dominant competitor, lawfare is most likely to break out when the less dominant competitor perceives their opportunity to replace that hegemon.   3,482 more words

Create Your Own Infographic - Illustrate Your Data with Custom Graphs, Charts, Maps, and More [Downloadable Vector File]

Here’s a downloadable vector file you can use as a infographic toolbox to illustrate your data with custom graphs, charts, maps, and more.

Source: Google


Future Horizon For Key Words...So Long Autocomplete API

Google Nixes Autocomplete

As of August 10, 2015, Google will be pulling the plug on the autocomplete API.

Depending on your perspective, yet another useful tool to generate information on search engine queries is being taken back by Google as of August 10. 736 more words


Motorola July 28th 2015 Event: Everything you need to know

Motorola made a couple of announcements at their event on July 28th 2015. They announced a new Moto G and two new versions of the Moto X for 2015. 1,347 more words


WhatsApp for Android Update Brings Back Google Drive Backup Option

WhatsApp back in April started testing
backup and restore options for chat history and media via Google Drive. The feature was then spotted by multiple users; though it was removed shortly after. 216 more words


Google Spotlight Stories is an app for playing 360-degree movies on the phone.

Google has launched its Spotlight Stories app for the iPhone and iPad with all four of its experimental short films and animations.
According to the Techcrunch.com, the app uses the phones motion sensors like its gyroscope and accelerometer to allow the users to explore different parts of the movies by looking around anywhere in a 360-degree sphere. 97 more words