Google Lens arrives in iOS search app

Google is bringing its Lens visual search feature to the iOS Google app, giving iPhone users a new way to search the web on mobile. By tapping on the Google Lens icon, you dive straight into the camera at which point if Google recognizes something in the space that you tap on, the app will […]

Google is bringing its Lens visual search feature to the iOS Google app, giving iPhone users a new way to search the web on mobile.

By tapping on the Google Lens icon, you dive straight into the camera at which point if Google recognizes something in the space that you tap on, the app will automatically populate search results for those objects.

Lens, which Google announced at its I/O conference in 2017, has been rolled out pretty slowly across the company’s suite of products, with most new features seeming to debut on the company’s Pixel phones before trickling down to other devices. Google Lens was previously available in the Google Photos app on iOS where the feature could recognize objects in images.

The company has also announced that they’re bringing some updates to Lens in Google Photos, with additional language support beyond English (now, Spanish, French, German, Italian, and Korean), and new ways to search images by style.

This Portable Projector Is 1080p-Capable, Can Project Up To 176-Inch Screen, Costs Just $63 [Today Only]

12 Days of Deals continues, with a Vankyo Leisure 3 Portable Projector currently available for just $62.99, a deal that’s quite the reduction on the usual $90 asking price. [ Continue reading this over at RedmondPie.com ]

12 Days of Deals continues, with a Vankyo Leisure 3 Portable Projector currently available for just $62.99, a deal that’s quite the reduction on the usual $90 asking price.


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Chinese Court Grants Qualcomm Import Ban On iPhone X To 6s, Apple Files Appeal

The spat between Apple and Qualcomm continues, after both CNBC and Reuters reported that the Fuzhou Intermediate People’s Court has granted the chip maker an import ban on a number of iPhones. [ Continue reading this over at RedmondPie.com ]

The spat between Apple and Qualcomm continues, after both CNBC and Reuters reported that the Fuzhou Intermediate People’s Court has granted the chip maker an import ban on a number of iPhones.


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