YouTube sees itself equiped with a new monetary feature called “Super Chat”. This feature allows fans, to pin their comment at the top of the comment section of a live session on YouTube against a sum of money.
When switching to a new smartphones we sometimes have that problem of “lost contacts”. This is really annoying especially when we had important calls to make. However we are in 2017 and it's now time we swap the notebooks where we noted all our contacts to the cloud.
So many Africans are interested in making the most use of the internet to develop new skills, create jobs, participate in the construction of their continent and so much more but they're facing so much barriers such as the poor penatration of the internet in the continent, digital divide, unavailability of frameworks to help them or simply the high cost of training. However, Google has decided this April 2016 to invest in the training of 1 million Africans in digital skills. Google admitted it’ll be a tough task but however persevere, and yes it's showing results.
Google Plus, Google's first social network was a failure. However, the company wants to retry this with a new social network like feature that will be added to YouTube.
Google in it effort to make the web more simple of use announces that it will penalise those websites that uses ads that tarnishes users experience on the web.
A couple of months back Google announced Android N and made it available to the general public in the form of a developer preview allowing Nexus owners to test Google's new OS. At the Google I/O, it official name was know “Nougat”. In mid-july, Nougat’s latest developer preview the “developer preview 5” was released and people started speculating that this will be the last and that Google's next announcement will be Nougat's official release. So here we are, on the 22nd July, Google officially announced Android 7.0 Nougat and made it available in it final form to the general public.