Google’s Pixel 2 phones have a clever trick up their sleeve when recording video: they can use both electronic and optical image stabilization, delivering largely jitter-free clips even if you’re walking down the street. But how does it meld those two technologies, exactly? Google is happy to explain: it just posted an in-depth exploration of how this stabilization works. As you might guess, Google uses some of its machine learning know-how to incorporate both anti-shake technologies where many phones can only use one or the other. The system starts off by collecting motion info from both OIS and the phone’s gyroscope, making sure it’s in “perfect” sync with the image. But it’s what happens next that matters most: Google uses a “lookahead” filtering algorithm that pushes image frames into a deferred queue and uses machine learning to predict where you’re likely to move the phone next. This corrects for a wi
Akhtar was not only famous for her ghazals, but also for her proficiency in the dadra and thumri forms of classical music.
Edit When it announced the iPhone X, Apple pushed the expectations (and price tags) for flagships phones higher than they’ve ever been before. Now, Google gets a chance to hit back with its own homegrown handsets that will not only show how Google has matured as a hardware maker, but also what’s coming soon on Android […]
[ mukeshbalani.com ] “You heard it here first…if you haven’t already heard it elsewhere”… Google Just Announced a $1.1 Billion Deal with HTC to Challenge the Apple Empire Google’s Emerging Hardware Business In a joint statement Wednesday evening, Google and HTC announced their $1.1 billion cooperation agreement. Google will pay $1.1 billion in cash and […]
Google has made a strategic investment in HTC, and is hiring its best phone engineers. After intense speculation and lots of pontificating by tech pundits, Google has made it official: it’s going into business with HTC. But instead of buying HTC’s phone business outright, Google has “signed an agreement with HTC, a leader in consumer electronics, [to hire] a team of HTC talent [to] join Google as part of the hardware organization. These future fellow Googlers are amazing folks we’ve already been working with closely on the Pixel smartphone line, and we’re excited to see what we can do together as one team. The deal also includes a non-exclusive license for HTC intellectual property.” The announcement, made by Rick Osterloh, who heads Google’s nascent hardware division, notes t
Grab the 32GB Pixel with Daydream View for just $524. With the Pixel 2 on the horizon, Google has started offering lucrative discounts on the Pixel and Pixel XL. The 32GB Pixel is on sale for $524, a $125 discount from its retail price. The Pixel XL, meanwhile, is seeing a $200 decrease in price, and is now available for just $569 for the 32GB variant and $669 for the 128GB model. Google is also throwing in a free Daydream View with every order — just add the VR headset to your cart along with either the Pixel or Pixel XL. Here’s the breakdown of the new pricing: 32GB Google Pixel – $524 – down from $649 ($125 off) 128GB Google Pixel – $624 – down from $749 ($125 off) 32GB Google Pixel XL – $569 – down from $769 ($200 off) 128GB Google Pixel
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Hanawa Hokiichi, Japan’s revered blind scholar and Buddhist monk of the Edo-era, was born on this date a full 271 years ago. A Google Doodle appearing in the country Friday shows the savant seated next to a kneeling student, with dreams of books floating above his head — alluding to reputation as a font of…