Tech & Science Finally !: Never again sleepless nights: New Google feature detects humming catchy tunes
End of the Huawei grace period: Now it is getting tight for older smartphones too
© t3n Huawei P40 Pro in the test. Huawei's exemption, for example to receive Android updates from Google, has now finally expired without renewed extension. This could mean problems for the P30 Pro and models with Google services in particular. In May 2019, US President Trump gave the US Department of Commerce new tools to protect national security - and to booty foreign telecom providers.
In theory, it shouldn't matter whether you can sing or not
According to Google, the feature will be rolled out on iOS and Android this Friday. As always, it is questionable whether it will work immediately on all end devices internationally.
According to the US portal "The Verge",uses a machine learning process for identification that helps "to transform the audio track into a numerical sequence that represents the melody of the song". And which it can then compare with existing songs. The software should be trained to recognize "a number of different sound sources such as human singing, whistling or hum, but also studio recordings". In theory, it should therefore make no difference whether you can sing well or not hit a single note. But a little musical flair can certainly not hurt. Also for those around you who have to listen to the catchy tune.
Google's UK boss insists firm will 'always pay tax it is required to'
Managing director Ronan Harris made the pledge on ITV's Good Morning Britain today after MPs previously described the company's tax payment as 'insulting when other businesses are struggling'.Managing director Ronan Harris made the pledge on ITV's Good Morning Britain today amid a backlash over the company paying just £44 million in corporation tax, while handing out £1 billion in staff bonuses.
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New Order and Joy Division podcast announced .
The story of New Order and Joy Division is coming to the new eight-part podcast series 'Transmissions: The Definitive Story'.Kicking off on October 29, the eight-parter will feature insight from band members Bernard Sumner, Stephen Morris, Gillian Gilbert and Peter Hook, and will be narrated by actress Maxine Peake.