‘Cyberpunk 2077’ ads get Google Lens AR integration for Gamescom

The biggest news from yesterday’s Stadia Connect was that one of the most highly anticipated games of 2020, Cyberpunk 2077, is coming to the Google Stadia game-streaming platform. As of today, advertisements for Cyberpunk 2077 are now integrating with Google Lens to offer an AR experience.

Android Studio is the main gateway to Android app development, for better or worse, but it’s not known for being particularly fast, or for necessarily working well on lower-end computers. For Android Studio 3.5, Google dedicated eight months to working almost exclusively on bug fixes and performance improvements, with Chrome OS support being one of the only new features.

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While most Go edition apps are limited to the Next Billion Users, Google has been slowly releasing them internationally. Google Go with Lens and Search is now the latest to see a worldwide launch.

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July 24, 2014

Chrome 37 beta launches on Android with material design

Google this morning announced the beta release of Chrome 37 on Android.

According to Google’s blog post about the new version, Chrome 37 will feature the new material design language shown off at Google I/O and most recently found on the updated Play Store that rolled out this week.


Google Photos 4.23 is rolling out this evening and details a number of upcoming features, including “Memories” and possible in-app Smart Display Photo Frame setup. Google One trials could also be coming, while the Colorize beta is in the works.

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