This week, we look at the new features in Android P, the impact of AI-driven recommendations, and how Google Glass is being used to treat Autism as well as Alexa’s new ability to show you what she has learnt.
This week, we look at the implications of Google’s collaboration with the Chinese government in the project titled ‘Dragonfly’ and the new ways Facebook and Instagram promote greater digital well-being. We also discuss the ways in which companies are bringing financial services to the masses, both in the U.S and in developing countries.
While most of us are carrying an intelligent assistant in our pockets or have them sitting on our kitchen table, few of us are using them to their fullest potential. In this issue we look at how the barriers to making these assistants our go-to problem-solver are being broken down.
In this week’s issue, we look at Ofcom’s study into news consumption habits in the UK, the iPhone app that is using AI to democratise basketball as well as the significance of Google’s arrival on the WeChat platform.
Apple and Google have both highlighted ‘digital health’ as one of the main features in their new OS updates — we take a step back and try to analyse exactly why this is.
In this issue, we look at why popcorn tastes better with chopsticks, the Fortnite phenomenon, Amazon’s recent strategic move and consumers’ increasing expectations around ethics.
H! Lites — Issue #016: Alexa’s new skills, the secret to mobile success, IGTV and the return of the…
In this week’s issue, we look at the changes Amazon are making to the Alexa platform to make Skill discovery easier, what runaway success on mobile looks like, why San Francisco’s scooters aren’t just toys and the launch of IGTV
This issue we focus on Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) that took place last week. The headline story: Siri receives a whole bunch of new features that increase the voice assistant’s functionality with third-party apps.
This week is all about new trends and releases. Venture capitalist Mary Meeker releases her famous Internet Trends Report for 2018, where she shows that voice assistants might be getting smarter at recognising speech than humans.
We look at research from Google on the mobile shopping experience, the implications of the growth of AI computing and the way sharing apps like “Bird” are creating unprecedented sources of income.