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12 March 2018, 02:27 | Ross Houston
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If you're wondering, like I was, whether Microsoft's next move is to drop support for some of its other web apps (Word Web app, Excel Web app, etc.), the answer is no, according to a spokesperson. This is a huge expansion for Google Lens, which was just announced by Google about a month ago. Right now, this new software update does not have a lot of features for the average users, and it is meant only for the developers, giving them an insight of the new programming features, that can be integrated into the apps.
This is handy because it addresses the two things I really hate about business cards.
If your phone hasn't updated yet or didn't get the features in the latest update then I believe you would have to wait for the next update to get your hands lay on the incredibly intelligent features. I always lose them.
When it comes to Google Lens, it can also be useful for businesses because it can save the contact information from a business card that you took a picture of. An unavoidable hazard of this job is that my apartment is littered with literally hundreds of business cards, which nearly always show up in the most unexpected of places. Users will have the option to use the wonderful features on Non-pixelated smartphones as well. Even better news, is that Google Lens will be debuting on iOS in the very near future.
Users have the option to use and open the Google lens app with their Google photos app. "That's the Leaning Tower of Pisa".
You can disable auto-correction entirely but leave the spell-checker on to highlight suspect words.
Some are calling it an inverted Beats logo, but if you look carefully, the concentric circles in pop colors and the elongated "P" inside, looks exactly like a Popsicle. It doesn't work miracles.
To make sure the inventory is around when you need it, back up the data securely in a separate location. This includes things like a description of the place, or its opening hours, thereby saving you a Google search.
A Google spokesperson did not answer questions about Assistant's ability to recognize people or Lens capabilities beyond primary use cases introduced last fall for Pixel smartphones and earlier this week for the Photos app. Older music you downloaded from iTunes (pre-2009 Protected AAC audio files) won't play until you remove the copy protection on them.
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The Manhattan College men's and women's track and field teams took a trip down to 216 Fort Washington Avenue on February 17-Feb. Also breaking a meet record on Saturday was CSU-Pueblo's Thomas Staines , who posted a blistering time of 1:47.23 in the 800.