Devon Delfino, provided by Published 11:22 am CDT, Tuesday, April 30, 2019 Shutterstock Google Photos lets you store, share, view, and edit photos and videos, and includes an AI-powered assistant to help manage your media. It works for both Android and iOS devices, and provides an automatic backup for your media. Google Photos can be free with unlimited storage — but there are caveats. Those who can't stick to them can opt to upgrade and pay a monthly fee. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Launched in 2015, Google Photos is a tool that can store photos, videos and screenshots taken by your phone. It's a solid media backup to have at your disposal. And, because it's a cloud-based tool, it can free up space on your phone. Plus, it works on both Android and iOS devices. Here are a few more things to know about the popular photo-backup platform: Google Photos: The basics Google Photos users can upload new photos, view, edit, save and create … [Read more...] about ‘How does Google Photos work?’: Everything you need to know about Google’s photo storage app
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By Kathleen Pender Published 4:00 am PDT, Saturday, April 27, 2019 Photographer Danny Osterweil uses a drone to take pictures of a house for sale in Sausalito. Virtual staging and tours inside and out are increasing, making it easier than ever for armchair house hunting. Photographer Danny Osterweil uses a drone to take pictures of a house for sale in Sausalito. Virtual staging and tours inside and out are increasing, making it easier than ever for armchair house hunting. Photo: John Storey / Special To The Chronicle Photo: John Storey / Special To The Chronicle Image 1 of / 3 Caption Close Image 1 of 3 Photographer Danny Osterweil uses a drone to take pictures of a house for sale in Sausalito. Virtual staging and tours inside and out are increasing, making it easier than ever … [Read more...] about Technology is proliferating in home sales. Does it work?
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Technology Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Technology | The Week in Tech: How Much Regulation Is Too Much? Advertisement Supported by Bits ByJamie Condliffe March 15, 2019 Every Friday, we review the week’s tech news , offering analysis and maybe a joke or two about the most important developments in the tech industry. Want this newsletter in your inbox? Sign up here . Hi. I’m Jamie Condliffe. Greetings from London. Here’s a look at the week’s tech news. You say antitrust. I say: How much? There is little as fashionable in 2019 as the desire to curb Big Tech’s power. But knowing how far regulators should go in putting limits on Silicon Valley’s largest companies isn’t straightforward. At one extreme, there are calls to break up Big Tech. Senator Elizabeth Warren grabbed headlines during the week … [Read more...] about The Week in Tech: How Much Regulation Is Too Much?
On Wednesday, Samsung finally unveiled its long-rumoured folding smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy Fold. The device is billed as a two-in-one: a smartphone and a tablet. As such, it costs nearly $US2,000. So, how does it work? Let’s see! After months of leaks and speculation, Samsung’s folding smartphone was finally unveiled on Wednesday. The new device is known as the Samsung Galaxy Fold, and it’s promised to be two devices in one: a Samsung Galaxy smartphone and a Samsung Galaxy tablet. As such, it comes with the hefty price of $US1,980. So, what are you getting for all that money? And how does it work? Let’s find out: First things first: Yes, it folds. Here’s what that looks like! The idea is simple: The Galaxy Fold operates like a normal smartphone until you open it up, at which point it becomes a small tablet. As seen here, the Galaxy Fold literally folds. Here’s a look at the hinge when the device is closed, in smartphone mode: And … [Read more...] about Samsung just introduced a wildly ambitious, $2,000 foldable phone — here’s how it works
From giant internet balloons to self-driving cars, check out these amazing innovations. Nina Zipkin Published 12:49 pm CST, Wednesday, January 23, 2019 Photo: The Moonshot Factory Photo: The Moonshot Factory Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: The Moonshot Factory 8 of the Coolest Projects to Come Out of X, Google's Moonshot Factory 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Since 2010, Google has dedicated resources to Moonshot projects, forward thinking endeavors designed to solve the world’s biggest problems. So what has the Alphabet-owned company been cooking up? To start, it’s not entirely a surprise that a division with an emphasis on science fiction is intent on making … [Read more...] about 8 of the Coolest Projects to Come Out of X, Google’s Moonshot Factory