How Google is moving into new areas to compete against Apple, Amazon, Microsoft and others

Meet the Pixel 2, Google Home Mini and Home Max, Google Pixelbook, Google Pixel Buds, Google Clips and Google Daydream View. Introducing a few new things made by Google. https://store.google.com/

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Google BikeAround: Street View For Alzheimers

BikeAround is a new way to actively assist people with dementia, and pairs a stationary bike with Google Street View, that is then projected on a big screen to take patients on a virtual ride down memory lane, letting them pedal around a place they have visited in the past.

Official Song of the FIFA U17 World Cup India 2017 – Kar Ke Dikhla De Goal

Video for the official song of the FIFA U17 World Cup India 2017 – Kar Ke Dikhla De Goal! The tournament kicks off on the 6th October and the Final will be held in Kolkatta on 28th October. Follow all the build up and the action itself on fifa.com: http://www.fifa.com/u17worldcup

What Smartwatches Are Actually Used For

According to data published by the NPD Group last week, nine percent of U.S. consumers aged 18+ currently own a smartwatch. The following chart shows what the most popular use cases for smartwatches are. the wrist-worn computers are used for a wide range of tasks with two features standing out: receiving notifications/texts and using the watch as an activity tracker

Infographic: What Smartwatches Are Actually Used For | Statista You will find more statistics at Statista

Inside Google’s Numbers in 2017

Data about Google’s search growth,

Royal Enfield Gear – All Weather All Terrain Gear.

Shot at Darjeeling’s Lebong Valley, Maharashtra’s Hemalachi Tanda and Sikkim’s Yumthang Valley, it shows use of Royal Enfield Gear in harsh riding conditions, all weather all terrain gear.

Where Do We Buy What? – Online Vs In-Store

Infographic: Where Do We Buy What? | Statista You will find more statistics at Statista

According to a study published by PwC, some products are preferably bought online while others are better purchased in-store. The latter is especially true for groceries, which 70 percent of consumers surveyed get from brick-and-mortar stores and only 23 percent online.