Offline Payment in Google Wallet Can Make Mobile Payments Go Mainstream

Just in 2010, Juniper Research, a company that provides analysis of the mobile and wireless sector, predicted that half of the mobile phone users worldwide would be making mobile payment by 2014. In March this year, Consumer Research section of Federal Reserve published their report revealing that only 22% of all smartphone users have used …

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When Gets Confused, the Driverless Car seeks Remote Assistance

Google Driverless car, that is designed to take you anywhere on push of a button, is also capable of calling you for assistance in case it gets confused while driving, says a recent patent by Google. While driving in autonomous mode, the computer faces situation where it becomes difficult to ascertain what to do next. …

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Project Makani : Google Files Patents to Optimize Electricity Generation in Flying Wind Turbines

Google files multiple patent to optimize electricity generation in project Makani through a control schemes for rotors of flying wind turbines. Google, for years, has been interested in solving one of the most pressing issues of the world to create clean energy. For that pursuit, in 2013, Google acquired Makani Power and since it has …

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Adaptive Screens by Google Change based on Where You Are

You know you’re talking about something really interesting and out of the box when you talk about Google. If we start talking about Google, it goes from the Internet search on browser to a complete Operating System for smartphones, OR making satellite imagery available to an ordinary user to making the driverless cars possible which were just fictional some time back.

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How Google Driverless Car Predicting Movement of Vehicles on Road?

This post is a continuation of Google driverless car series that we are posting for quiet a while. After going through today’s post, you will know the various parameters that Google driverless car use in order to differentiate between a bike rider, cyclist, pedestrian and other vehicles. Detecting Vehicles, reading road signs in autonomous mode …

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The Google Driverless Car Can Diagnose itself on Its Own

The driverless car by Google is an amazing machine. It can pick and drop a passenger from anywhere. One can impose destination limitation and can prevent its misuse. Google did not stop here. Yet, it is thinking of introducing even more amazing features in it. Another interesting thing that the robotic chauffeur can do is its ability to perform self diagnosis when any wear …

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Google – Advance Missed Call Alert App for Android

What is probably the greatest invention of the past decade? No need to look too far, it’s that small device right beside you. Yes, the smartphone – which is revolutionizing the way we interact with the world. It is a Laptop, camera, internet, alarm clock, news reader and much more, all rolled into one, with computing power much more than the PCs of yesteryear.

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Do You Know How Google Detects Fake Names?

On internet, many people believe that hiding their identity boosts their creativity and provides them freedom to express themselves. This is true to a great extent. We see valuable contributions from anonymous and they have made it clear, many times over, that they would not contribute otherwise. However, cyber bullying, character assassination etc, that are …

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