Google Photos now asks users to identify their face

Google Photos is ground zero for the company’s crazy machine learning technology. At Google I/O 2017, a number of new features were announced for Photos, including automated sharing based on who’s in a certain photo. But for that to work, Google needs to figure out who is who, and now the Photos web app is asking users to identify what they look like.

Upon visiting photos.google.com, you may be welcomed by the above screen.

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Google updates Play Store developer policies, provides additional information on malicious behavior, ratings manipulation, and more

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Google’s policy for developers on Google Play has been updated recently to include a few new changes. It’s has revised both the Malicious Behavior policy and the Ratings Reviews, and Installs policy, as well as introduced additional policy requirements for Instant Apps distribution. To make things easy, Google also has some new tips on how developers can stay on the right side of its policies in the future.

The biggest changes in the new policies are pretty simple.

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[Purrfection] Google Photos can make a cat-themed video of your beloved feline pics

Google Photos does a lot of smart things with your photos and hides plenty of cool and cute easter eggs. One of these just came to our attention — it may be new or it may have been there for months/years. Either way, we hadn’t seen it before today so we thought we’d share it with you.

If you take a lot of pics of cats, which you probably do if you have cats and you love keeping the meowmories of every ridiculous thing they do, then Google Photos will make a video out of them.

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Google Pixel currently going for $575 in US

If you are a Google fan in the US, and are planning to purchase the Pixel, you’ll be glad to know that the device is currently available at discounted rates in the country. Specifically, an eBay retailer (never-msrp) is offering the unlocked variant for $ 574.99. That translates into a discount of around $ 75 if you compare with what the Mountain View, California-based company is officially asking for the handset: $ 649. The eBay listing reveals you have the option to choose from black and silver colors – blue is out of stock at the moment. No word on when the deal ends – the listing…

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Google app v7.3 beta prepares for podcast subscriptions, data saver for Now Cards, and more [APK Teardown]

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Version 7.3 of the Google app began rolling out to users in the beta channel earlier today. There are a few odd little changes to be found poking around in the UI, like a new menu shortcut on many of the Assistant settings screens that leads to the Activity Controls settings, but it’s all pretty innocuous. We’ll surely see more significant features going live as Google activates them remotely over the coming weeks™.

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