Google has released a redesigned version of Gmail for iOS and Android a few hours ago. This version is based on the “material theme” that you’ve seen since April of last year to today in a web-based version of Gmail.

The scenario is: With an Android version of Gmail, you send an email to your friend and you’ll immediately notice that you’ve made something wrong. While a few days ago you had to explain the mistake in another email, now with the help of Gmail’s new Gmail update, users have the ability to erase emails.

A few years ago, Google tried to take new creativity and get help from artificial intelligence to control the cooling systems of its data centers. This would save energy and at the same time lower the temperature of these data centers. Meanwhile, residents of Manitoba have announced that the project is being implemented and the cooling system of the company’s data centers is controlled by artificial intelligence.

While we are concerned about the growing use of websites by cookies and applications that require access to location information for no apparent reason, the researchers are taking a step ahead of us.

A new article called Touch and You’re Trapp (ck) ed has just been released, detailing what the researchers call “touch-based monitoring”. The team used experts from a special application and asked 89 participants to test their theoretical models.

While the app was designed to collect the required amount of motion gesture more quickly and through video game experience from users, the main raw data was obtained from Android MotionEvent programming interface. It is available to developers without any special security licenses; iOS also has the same programming interface.

These days, calling video is one of the easiest things to do. You can make phone calls with friends and acquaintances using computers, smartphones and even tablets. This is a part of the world, and today there are plenty of apps to make video calls. In this article, we introduce the top 8 Android apps for making video calls.

Toshiba’s new technology dramatically increases the capacity and speed of memory cards and SSDs.

Toshiba is developing a prototype of flash memory, each of which has 166 GB of chips. The 96-NAND NAND chips have a 96-layer Layer in each cell with 4 bits, while the current 3-bit memory slot only allows the development of 32-gigabyte memory chips.

Each packet of these flash drives includes 16 chips, in other words, Toshiba technology will allow the production of 2.66TB flash memory, which will be the first step in the development of memory cards and SSDs faster and more powerful.

Western Digital is claiming to launch the next generation of San Diego brand products with these chips.

Google, Facebook, Microsoft and Twitter have spoken out of the “Data Transfer Project” standards that provide new ways to transfer data between platforms.

Google has explained that the project under discussion allows users to transfer their data directly to another service without having to download and re-upload it. While Facebook and Twitter have only conveyed the core of the idea, Google has been more focused on the subject.

The current version of the system supports the transfer of data related to images, emails, contacts, calendars and tasks via APIs from Google, Microsoft, Twitter, Flickr, Instagram, Samsung and Milk.

In the data security debate, Google has announced that the services that are used for data transfer work in such a way that prior to the transfer of information, the identity needs to be verified by each person, as well as all the certificates and user information are encrypted.

Video conversation capability added to Instagram.

Thanks to this feature, you can simultaneously log in to 4 people while on the go.

An interesting feature of the Instagram video conversation is that you can minimize the window while chatting and get the rest of your work in the app without interrupting the call. Also, during the call, you can invite other friends to join the conversation, and if you do not want them to call them, or call them so-called.

Hours ago, Android and iOS versions of Google Maps received one of their biggest updates, followed by seven new features added to the Google map. The first change to the Google Maps app is to redesign the Explore section and now it shows users suggestions from nearby restaurants or cafes.