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Day: March 19, 2018

  • Starting today and rolling out over the next week, those of you on iOS can try the preview of Google Lens to quickly take action from a photo or discover more about the world around you. Make sure you have the latest version (3.15) of the app. Twitter  
  • As our technology and partnerships have evolved, so have our users. In 2017, one out of three new Android Wear watch owners also used an iPhone. So as the watch industry gears up for another Baselworld next week, we’re announcing a new name that better reflects our technology, vision, and most important of all—the people who wear our watches. We’re now Wear OS by Google, a wearables operating system for everyone. Google Smart move by Google to re brand a brand and reboot it.
  • A team of Microsoft researchers said Wednesday that they believe they have created the first machine translation system that can translate sentences of news articles from Chinese to English with the same quality and accuracy as a person. Researchers in the company’s Asia and U.S. labs said that their system achieved human parity on a commonly used test set of news stories, called newstest2017, which was developed by a group of industry and academic partners and released at a research conference called WMT17 last fall. Microsoft We know this tech will be built into Bing Translate what about Cortana and Skype?
  • Last year, we launched the Outlook.com beta to bring you a faster, smarter, and more personalized inbox. We’d like to thank the millions of people who opted into the beta over the last six months and provided valuable feedback. We’re wrapping up the first phase of the beta by rolling out the new Mail experience to all Outlook.com users and launching new beta experiences in Calendar and People. Let’s look at what you can expect to see in Outlook.com in the coming weeks: Microsoft Microsoft has started rolling out the new Outlook.com design to all users.
  • Facebook is an excellent sales platform, as you’ve got a huge potential audience and you can reach them with relative ease. However, you’re up against some stiff competition online. Here’s how you can improve your sales and get ahead on Facebook. Gather Those Early ‘Likes’ The more ‘likes’ your page has, the easier it will be to get sales. Your pages will be shared further afield, and you’ll be seen as more legitimate. If you’re just starting out, you’ll need to work for those likes. Ask friends to like your page, and use any contacts you have to get those likes. This makes it easier for new people to come in and like your page too, which means you’ll start showing up in their feeds. Write Excellent Content Just because it’s going on Facebook, you can’t write any old content and expect to see results. You need to be creating content that your audience will want to read, and share. To get help writing your content, try a content writing service like UK Services Reviews. Get consultation on writing, or even hire a writer to handle it for you. Update Your Page With The Latest News It’s well worth following the latest trends and stories in your industry. If you’re showing that you have your finger on the pulse, your audience will see that you’re worth following. Follow the relevant blogs and news keywords, and share news that’s relevant to your audience. Schedule Your Posts The best time to schedule your posts may be when you’re away from your keyboard. If that happens, you can still schedule your posts. There are plenty of tools that will help you do this. Check out Hoot Suite and Buffer to start off with. With this tool, you can ensure that your posts are...