Google Chrome began to let Google users choose search engines

Earlier this year, Google’s antitrust case on Android lost in Russia. As part of a settlement with the country’s antitrust agency FAS, the US technology giant has changed its Chrome application, and the Chrome application prompts the user to choose the default search engine at the first start.   In a blog post, the Russian search engine […]

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Microsoft and Google are competing for office software customers

Microsoft may be leading the productivity software business in its Office suite, but it does not necessarily mean that its market share is secure, and rivals like Google have been seeking to attract more Microsoft customers. Media company Nielsen Holdings recently decided to give up Microsoft Office applications, and with a very surprising move to Google’s […]

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Google will launch a new image compression format, blessed by artificial intelligence

Previously, Google developed a technology to use artificial intelligence for image compression. The technology is to let the artificial intelligence to 6 million randomly compressed 1280 × 720 pictures, and each divided into a number of 32 × 32 pixel blocks. After that, artificial intelligence in which to select the 100 compression rate of the most undesirable […]

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