Google Home gaining multi-user support with specific voice recognition

One of the most common complaints about Google Home is that it lacks real support for multiple users. Your notifications and information aren’t really personalized to you, which is completely fine if you live alone (or are the only one using it) but it’s really frustrating if you’re in a house with multiple people that all want to use it. And hey, there’s a Google Home sitting on a table, who wouldn’t want to use it every chance they got?

Google facing claim of ‘extreme’ gender pay differences from Department of Labor

Earlier this week Google shared via some social media networks a claim that it had closed their own gender pay gap globally and eliminated a racial pay gap in the U.S. Despite that claim, the company finds itself in hot water and facing some bad press thanks to a claim made in a U.S. court hearing in which the Department of Labor alleged their analysis shows “discrimination against women in Google is quite extreme.”

Twitter Lite arrives to help you save on data

Twitter is a massive platform with smartphone adoption reaching 3.8 billion at the end of 2016. With millions of active users daily, and the ever increasing amount of multimedia being shared across the web and app versions, Twitter can easily consume more data than you may want. Just announced to save the day comes Twitter Lite, which is a version of the mobile web experience that promises to reduce data usage by up to 70%. Let’s see what’s new.

YouTube TV starts streaming in five U.S. cities

Today, YouTube TV debuts in five major U.S. cities as Google prepares itself for battle in the live television streaming race. It’s a sign that, before fully going against experienced competitors, YouTube TV will be fine-tuned before a nationwide release. Google wants to ensure everything is working properly before the masses can join the service and enjoy live video streaming from major television channels from any device.