Google may be planning major changes to its photo apps – Buys Fly Labs to …

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Google may be planning major changes to its photo apps – Buys Fly Labs to …

Google Acquires Fly Labs To Join Its Google Photos Team. The Google team announced on Friday that it has acquired Fly Labs, a video and photo editing company . Fly Labs announced the move on its website, saying that it’ll be “pouring the same passion into Google Photos that we poured into [its apps] Clips, Fly, Tempo, and Crop on the Fly.” In honor of this announcement, Fly Labs revealed that all of its apps will now be “completely free with no in-app purchases” and will be available in the App Store for the next three months. There are so many options out there, and if you’re not hip to it, I’d like to offer Google Photos as the easiest way to share videos and photos on a one-to-one ...

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Google Acquires Photo, Video Editing Specialist Fly Labs

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Google Acquires Photo, Video Editing Specialist Fly Labs

Google Acquires Fly Labs To Join Its Google Photos Team. The Google team announced on Friday that it has acquired Fly Labs, a video and photo editing company . The addition of Fly Labs’ technology will boost Google Photos, giving it a more robust media editing capability that will likely help in its rivalry against Instagram and other photo-sharing services now offer. Fly Labs announced the move on its website, saying that it’ll be “pouring the same passion into Google Photos that we poured into [its apps] Clips, Fly, Tempo, and Crop on the Fly.” In honor of this announcement, Fly Labs revealed that all of its apps will now be “completely free with no in-app purchases” and will be ...

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Google Acquires Photo, Video Editing Specialist Fly Labs

Rubric: Fly | 8 Nov 2015 | no comments yet »
Google Acquires Photo, Video Editing Specialist Fly Labs

Google Acquires Fly Labs To Join Its Google Photos Team. The Google team announced on Friday that it has acquired Fly Labs, a video and photo editing company . The addition of Fly Labs’ technology will boost Google Photos, giving it a more robust media editing capability that will likely help in its rivalry against Instagram and other photo-sharing services now offer. Fly Labs announced the move on its website, saying that it’ll be “pouring the same passion into Google Photos that we poured into [its apps] Clips, Fly, Tempo, and Crop on the Fly.” In honor of this announcement, Fly Labs revealed that all of its apps will now be “completely free with no in-app purchases” and will be ...

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Google Photos gets stronger with acquisition of Fly Labs

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Google Photos gets stronger with acquisition of Fly Labs

Google Acquires Fly Labs To Join Its Google Photos Team. Google on Friday announced that it has acquired Fly Labs, a video and photo editing company whose suite of editing applications had proven quite popular, with three million downloads over the past year-and-a-half. Fly Labs announced the move on its website, saying that it’ll be “pouring the same passion into Google Photos that we poured into [its apps] Clips, Fly, Tempo, and Crop on the Fly.” In honor of this announcement, Fly Labs revealed that all of its apps will now be “completely free with no in-app purchases” and will be available in the App Store for the next three months. There are so many options out there, and if you’re ...

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Fly Labs Joins Google, Photos To Get Video Editing Suite

Rubric: Fly | 8 Nov 2015 | no comments yet »
Fly Labs Joins Google, Photos To Get Video Editing Suite

Fly Labs acquisition means Google Photos could finally bring robust video editing capabilities to Android. Fly Labs announced the move on its website, saying that it’ll be “pouring the same passion into Google Photos that we poured into [its apps] Clips, Fly, Tempo, and Crop on the Fly.” In honor of this announcement, Fly Labs revealed that all of its apps will now be “completely free with no in-app purchases” and will be available in the App Store for the next three months. There are so many options out there, and if you’re not hip to it, I’d like to offer Google Photos as the easiest way to share videos and photos on a one-to-one basis–Google Photos. According to the announcement ...

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Google acquires Fly Labs to build video editing tools for Google Photos

Rubric: Fly | 8 Nov 2015 | no comments yet »
Google acquires Fly Labs to build video editing tools for Google Photos

Fly Labs acquisition means Google Photos could finally bring robust video editing capabilities to Android. Fly Labs announced the move on its website, saying that it’ll be “pouring the same passion into Google Photos that we poured into [its apps] Clips, Fly, Tempo, and Crop on the Fly.” In honor of this announcement, Fly Labs revealed that all of its apps will now be “completely free with no in-app purchases” and will be available in the App Store for the next three months. There are so many options out there, and if you’re not hip to it, I’d like to offer Google Photos as the easiest way to share videos and photos on a one-to-one basis–Google Photos. According to the announcement ...

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Google Acquires Fly Labs To Bring Photo Editing To Google Photos

Rubric: Fly | 7 Nov 2015 | no comments yet »
Google Acquires Fly Labs To Bring Photo Editing To Google Photos

Fly Labs acquisition means Google Photos could finally bring robust video editing capabilities to Android. Google has acquired Fly Labs, a New York-based startup specializing in iPhone video editing apps. Fly Labs announced the move on its website, saying that it’ll be “pouring the same passion into Google Photos that we poured into [its apps] Clips, Fly, Tempo, and Crop on the Fly.” In honor of this announcement, Fly Labs revealed that all of its apps will now be “completely free with no in-app purchases” and will be available in the App Store for the next three months. There are so many options out there, and if you’re not hip to it, I’d like to offer Google Photos as the easiest ...

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Google acquires Fly Labs, a photo and video editing startup

Rubric: Fly | 7 Nov 2015 | no comments yet »
Google acquires Fly Labs, a photo and video editing startup

Fly Labs acquisition means Google Photos could finally bring robust video editing capabilities to Android. Google has acquired Fly Labs, a New York-based startup specializing in iPhone video editing apps. Fly Labs announced the move on its website, saying that it’ll be “pouring the same passion into Google Photos that we poured into [its apps] Clips, Fly, Tempo, and Crop on the Fly.” In honor of this announcement, Fly Labs revealed that all of its apps will now be “completely free with no in-app purchases” and will be available in the App Store for the next three months. There are so many options out there, and if you’re not hip to it, I’d like to offer Google Photos as the easiest ...

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Google Acquires Fly Labs To Join Its Google Photos Team

Rubric: Fly | 7 Nov 2015 | no comments yet »
Google Acquires Fly Labs To Join Its Google Photos Team

Google Acquires Fly Labs To Join Its Google Photos Team. Google has acquired Fly Labs in a move that will likely see the startup’s media editing technology be integrated into the Google Photos app. Fly Labs announced the move on its website saying that it’ll be “pouring the same passion into Google Photos that we poured into [its apps] Clips, Fly, Tempo, and Crop on the Fly.” In honor of this announcement, Fly Labs’ revealed that all of its apps will now be “completely free with no in-app purchases” and will be available in the App Store for the next three months. There are so many options out there, and if you’re not hip to it, I’d like to offer Google Photos as the easiest ...

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MIT’s intelligent drone can avoid crashes and fly at 30 MPH

Rubric: Fly | 5 Nov 2015 | no comments yet »
MIT’s intelligent drone can avoid crashes and fly at 30 MPH

New drone can navigate on its own at high speeds. Researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have released a video of a drone they built that can not only fly itself, but also navigate between obstructions in its path when flying at speed. Called , the drone was built in-house by researchers Adam Barry and Russ Tedrake, with the Robot Locomotion team at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL). While we have seen drones that can navigate obstacles before, those are usually flying pretty slow, and carrying out huge computations on the custom onboard processor. The difference here is that Pushbroom was built using easily available parts, and a processor as ...

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