While it’s not in Hawaii yet, bringing more choices to Hawaii is always a good thing for consumers.
Hawaii regulators have granted permission to a subsidiary of Google Inc. to provide its new wireless phone service in Hawaii as part of a nationwide plan, according to a public filing this week.
Source: Google gets approval to offer mobile phone service in Hawaii – Pacific Business News
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Better check local laws that dictate how you can use electronic devices while driving.
Macesin was hit with a $120 fine for violating the Quebec Highway Safety Code, which states “no person may, while driving a road vehicle, use a hand-held device that includes a telephone function.”
Source: Man ticketed for using Apple Watch while driving | New and Used Car Reviews, Research & Automotive-Industry News & LeftLaneNews
We live in a digital photo world, snapping hundreds (if not thousands) of pictures per month. You can safely back them all up, for free. Nice job, Google!
With Google Photos, you can now backup and store unlimited, high-quality photos and videos, for free. We maintain the original resolution up to 16MP for photos, and 1080p high-definition for videos, and store compressed versions of the photos and videos in beautiful, print-quality resolution.
Source: Official Google Blog: Picture this: A fresh approach to Photos
From the just-to-weird-to-be-true-department:
A new bug has been discovered in the Messages app, allowing a string of characters sent to a person via iMessage or SMS to crash an iPhone and cause the Messages app to crash after being opened.
Source: New iOS Bug Crashing iPhones Simply by Receiving a Text Message [Includes Fix] – Mac Rumors
A world of self-driving cars is right around the corner and I couldn’t be more excited. Google’s car is going to start driving itself on public streets and it will have a “safety driver” aboard to take over if anything goes wrong.
Each prototype’s speed is capped at a neighborhood-friendly 25mph, and during this next phase of our project we’ll have safety drivers aboard with a removable steering wheel, accelerator pedal, and brake pedal that allow them to take over driving if needed.
Source: Official Google Blog: Green lights for our self-driving vehicle prototypes