Google has decided to re-work Google Hangouts, primarily positioning it as an Enterprise product rather than a consumer app.
Google has announced a machine learning API for automatically recognizing objects in videos & making them searchable.
Mozilla released version 52 of Firefox, which brings new security features, as well as support for WebAssembly, a low-level programming language for the Web.
Reports: eWeek, CSO Australia, Ars Technica
Amazon’s ‘live’ streaming subsidiary video service Twitch has introduced ‘Pulse’, a social media feed that expands how creators can communicate with viewers. Pulse works like a version of Twitter or Facebook where broadcasters can posts videos, images & text for the benefit of those following them.
Readers, though, will be surprised to find out its location.
Reports: Fortune, Yahoo News, 9 to 5 Mac
Gmail users will henceforth be able to receive emails of 50 MB size, up from the current 25 MB.
Cloud infrastructure provider Amazon Web Services (AWS) has confirmed that it was investigating issues with its S3 storage service.
Reports: Chicago Tribune The Verge, Onward State, CRN, Reuters
YouTube has bitten the ‘live’ bullet . It’s launched ‘YouTube TV’.
Pocket, previously known as Read It Later, is an application & service for managing a reading list of articles from the Internet.
Nostalgia. Nokia 3310, once the workhorse phone of Nokia, is coming back. It’s as if the smartphone revolution never happened. Read the details in this report on our sister Site, Digital World Native.