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Google Search in Gmail Gets Smarter

first_imgBack in April 2009, Google introduced Google Search, a little-known feature in Gmail labs that allows users to search Google without ever leaving the Gmail interface. Today, Google announced that it is improving this feature with a number of useful new functions. Google Search in Gmail can now access most of the more advanced features of Google Search, including dictionary definitions, spelling corrections, calculations, weather and local search. In addition, Google is now also highlighting these new features through an additional button in the Gmail toolbar. While this might look like a very minor new feature, Google Search in Gmail actually turns out to be quite useful. Being able to search Google’s index directly from Gmail without having to leave the site is nice, but what makes this feature work is the ability to quickly copy and paste the search results into your email. You can choose to copy the full search result (including the description of the site) or just the link. Sadly, though, Google Search in Gmail doesn’t allow you to search Google Maps and easily copy and paste a map into an email message. To enable Google Search in Gmail, go to Gmail Labs and look for “Google Search” (around the middle of the page). Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market frederic lardinoiscenter_img Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Tags:#news#web Related Posts last_img read more

OSVehicle unveils modular self-driving car concept

first_imgFor Self-Driving Systems, Infrastructure and In… Tags:#Autonomous#B2B#driverless#EDIT#featured#modular#OSVehicle#Self-Driving#top IT Trends of the Future That Are Worth Paying A… Break the Mold with Real-World Logistics AI and… OSVehicle, a modular car startup and an alumnus of our sister Readwrite Labs accelerator, has unveiled a self-driving concept called EDIT. The car is aimed at the B2B market and could be a route into affordable autonomous ride-sharing and delivery services.For brands looking to design a unique car for their brand, EDIT has a lot to offer. It is a white-label product, meaning brands can slap their logos on the exterior and change the interior of the car to make it fit for purpose.‘EDIT’ Self-Driving Car by OSVehicle from OSVehicle on Vimeo.An example of this could be a food delivery service outfitting the back of the car with an oven, to keep food warm while in transit. Domino’s has already done this with own delivery vehicle, the DXP, though that still requires a driver.OSVehicle is also making all of the code open source, allowing developers to change and improve the self-driving software. Developers may be able to create apps that work with OSVehicle’s software, streamlining the experience.“We see the potential of a unified modular vehicle for the future of mobility as a service, that will allow car fleets last 10X longer under heavy usage conditions like car and ride sharing and enable hardware upgrade of self-driving, connected car technologies seamlessly,” said Tin Hang, CEO of OSVehicle.See Also: New study shows just a few driverless cars help ease trafficThe startup is backed by Y Combinator and has been working on EDIT for a year now. It is not OSVehicle’s first venture into modular cars, in 2013 it launched the Tabby, which was sold as a car anyone could build in an hour.EDIT is more impressive in its scope, but there’s still no details on the price and slim details on how much brands can change and add to the vehicle.center_img David Curry Related Posts 5 Ways IoT can Help to Reduce Automatic Vehicle…last_img read more

Dalit man killed in Gujarat for keeping a horse

first_imgDalit man killed in Gujarat for owning horseA 21-year-old Dalit man was allegedly murdered in Gujarat’s Bhavnagar district after he bought a horse a few months ago and rode it in the village. Pradeep Rathod’s family has alleged that his keeping a horse was not liked by people from upper castes, who had threatened him.last_img