• New Google Assistant Feature Will Read Web Pages Out To You

    If you have your hands full but need to access information on a website, you might want to consider using Google Assistant. This is because in an announcement by the company, they have revealed a new feature for Google Assistant that will let the virtual assistant read out any web page to users out loud.

    According to Google, “To help you follow along, your browser will automatically scroll the page and highlight words as they’re read aloud. You can also alter the reading speed and choose from multiple voices. Speaking of which, the web pages are read aloud in expressive and natural voices, aiming to use the same intonation and rhythm that you’d use if you were reading it aloud yourself.”

    While text-to-voice isn’t anything new, this new feature will pretty much let users read out any website without actually having to touch their phone. For example, if you’re in

  • Trump’s Coronavirus Press Event Was Even Worse Than It Looked

    The president went on: “If there’s a doctor that wants a test, if there’s somebody coming off a ship like the big monster ship that’s out there right now, which, you know, again, that’s a big decision. Do I want to bring all those people off? People would like me to do that. I don’t like the idea of doing that.”

    He was referring, almost certainly, to a cruise ship currently anchored off the California coast, the Grand Princess, with more than 3,500 people on board. The Grand Princess recently sailed from San Francisco to Mexico and back; two people on that trip got sick with what turned out to be Covid-19, and one died. Dozens of passengers stayed on board for a subsequent trip from San Francisco to Hawaii and back. For now, the ship isn’t allowed to dock. Vice President Pence has announced that after an airlift

  • Call of Duty Mobile Will Lose Its Zombie Mode On March 25

    Despite being somewhat grounded in “reality”, one of the fun and unique aspects of the Call of Duty franchise is its Zombies mode. This mode was later brought over to the mobile version of the game, but it seems that following the 25th of March, the developers of Call of Duty Mobile will be removing it from the game.

    According to the developers, they are citing that this is due to the quality of the mode which they feel doesn’t quite live up to their expectations. In an update posted onto Reddit, the developers write, “Today, after extensive evaluation we are sharing that ZOMBIES Mode is being removed on March 25th. We had always mentioned it was limited but with no explicit end-date. We wanted to see the reception, see the feedback, and see how we can potentially shape the mode for the future. However, the mode just didn’t reach

  • Computer And Expertise Today

    The history of hobbies may be very outdated. There are many for whom the usage of smartphones are needed. Most busy professionals whose job involves making on-time decisions that may very well be the difference between life and death, loss and revenue, could typically need their good phones to effectively do their job. could you be addicted to technology For instance, the introduction of Androids phones has significantly improved how quickly, and how effectively docs can achieve entry to the huge prescription drug database needed to treat a patient. Environmental biotechnology is using residing organisms for all kinds of purposes in hazardous waste remedy and pollution management.

    An interdisciplinary introduction to the role of technology in contemporary society. The intention is to use rules and concepts from a wide range of social science disciplines (e.g., anthropology, sociology, psychology and gerontology) to explore the affect of expertise on society and the …

  • Google location data turned a random biker into a burglary suspect

    A Florida man who used a fitness app to track his bike rides found himself a suspect in a burglary when police used a geofence warrant to collect data from nearby devices, an NBC News investigation finds. Zachary McCoy had never been in the home where the burglary occurred, but by leaving his location settings on for the RunKeeper app, he unwittingly provided information about his whereabouts to Google, which placed him at the scene of the crime.

    Since McCoy had biked past the house where the burglary took place three times on the day of the alleged crime — part of his usual route through the neighborhood — he was deemed a suspect. NBC News says Google’s legal investigations team contacted McCoy in January, notifying him that Gainesville police were demanding information from his Google account.

    He was eventually cleared as a suspect, but not before hiring a