Why Buying a Smart TV Isn’t Smart
New post written by Alex Choi
Google is at it again. This time, the company has made some adjustments to the Gmail that you know and love. Because it’s always nice to be aware of changes, here’s what happened to your Gmail.
‘ Looking for an easy way for email recipients to take action on your message, rather than just letting it sit in your inbox? Check out the new Quick Action function of Gmail, offered in the form of a clickable button. They are best for messages requiring interaction rather than your typical mass marketing email campaign.
How would you feel about a subscription-based YouTube music service? One that’s kind of like Spotify? Would you sign up for this type of service? Right now, those are hypothetical questions, but rumour has it that YouTube is currently working on creating such a music streaming service.
Smartphones are pretty convenient little devices. Gone are the days of “C’mon, everyone, gather around the computer and watch this funny video!” Now, all one needs to do is pass a phone around the room and everyone gets a front row seat.
It can be really annoying when you want to view a YouTube video but no Internet access can be found. Well, YouTube is aiming to change that annoyance. According to a recent YouTube blog post, the company will make it possible for users to view videos via phone with or without Internet.