Back in September, Google promised to bring Lens to image search — now, the feature is live in the US for English language queries. The object recognition techology can help you find out more about particular items within a photo you’re looking at. If you want to try it out, do a Google search on mobile and go to the Images tab. Say, you want to look for a new sofa — simply search for “sofas,” go to Images and tap on one of the results. You’ll find the new Lens icon underneath the photo next to the Share option, and tapping it will make dots appear on objects you can explore further.
Bild am Sonntag has claimed that investigators are probing not only 40,000 Vito fans for signs of emissions cheating, but 80,000 of Mercedes’ mainstay C-Class sedans. While there’s no certainty the C-Class will be subject to a similar recall, this hints that officials are concerned about Daimler’s overall emissions approach, not just one model. There […]
Kodi is one of the most popular media players mainly because of its versatility. With the help of Kodi addons, you can use the XBMC owned media player for streaming movies, music and even games. It is an open source software that is free to use, and with new Kodi repositories coming by the day, the […]
Valve has also loosened its control over sales data. Creators now have explicit permission to share their sales info with others “as they see fit,” whether it’s with other companies or the public. While there have certainly been other ways to find out whether or not a game is a hit, this could eliminate some […]