What's going on?
Brian Tong here with your weekly fix of Googlicious, fresh from Wrestlemania 31.
Got your attention, huh?
For everything you can think of, that's Google.
Now let's jump into the show and earlier, in March, Google's Sundar Pichai revealed that Google Plus will be split up into different services instead of keeping them together and pretty much killing the Google Plus we know today.
The split starts now with Google Drive Now giving you access to your photos.
That you've uploaded directly, as the Google+ dismantling begins.
Hangout, photos, and the Google+ stream are the three areas they're now developing independently.
And you can check out the new feature on the Google Drive app on Android, and on the IOS, or the web.
In YouTube News, tech current reports the video giant is experimenting with 4K video running at 60 frames per second.
Now, it's only for a handful of videos right now, and it looks like YouTube is slowly rolling out the feature because.
The computer you're using right now, may not even be able to take advantage of the feature.
You'll see the normal resolution settings available to you and you'll see a notation if it's 4K and 60 frames per second.
The current videos range from how paintballs are made to volcanic eruption and a 3D rendered demo and.
Now you're just going to have to believe me that this is real 4K video right now just like how wrestling is real.
Are you kidding me?
True 4K content still isn't being widely produced on YouTube because of the cost for the hardware.
All right, the Daily Dot reports YouTube is preparing to relaunch their live streaming platform with a focus on esports and gaming.
It will be part of the new launch of YouTube Live and Twitch has proven how big of a business it really is.
The report says the new streaming service will make its debut at the Electronic Entertainment Expo or E3 for short in June this year.
The reviews for the Samsung Galaxy S6 are in and it's a winner with its bold reimagined design that really looks awesome.
And even if the curved edges on the S6 edge don't have as much functionality, this design.
Is really eye-catching.
Now the best thing is that the Touchwiz UI has been toned down a lot, and Google's material design definitely shows through this time around.
It's display is top notch and it will be one of the most powerful phones this year.
Galaxy fans are going to really love this update and eat it up, but there's also those people who buy one.
Just to destroy it.
The S6 has already been violently thrown to the ground a few times.
And although it's not officially water proof, this test by TechSmart appears to show it can still turn on after being submerged for over 20 minutes.
Just good to know if you drop it in the toilet and leave it there for over.
Once he meant it.
All right, NTC sent out an invite for an event upcoming on April 8th that is anything but a secret.
It's expected they'll reveal the ATCM19 plus which is not to be confused with the E9 plus or the regular ATC1M9 since you aren't already confused.
Not too much is known with M9 plus other than it will come likely in different colors.
A rounded home button rests on the bottom between the speakers and it will be powered by a media tech 64 bit processor.
And gfx bench has now revealed two new benchmarks for unreleased hardware up to this point.
A device code named sony e6553.
Is believed to be the new Z4 with a 5.1 inch 1080p display and octo core snapdragon a10 processor and a 19 megapixel camera for still and 1080p video recording.
Now Sony mobile blog also says they'll be rolling out android 5.0-.
Lollipop updates for their Z3 and Z2 phone and tablet products.
We also showed you leaked pics of the LG G4 last week and it's presence on the GFS bench, benchmarks revealed some of it's specs including a 5.5 inch 2560 X 1440 display.
Three gigs of RAM and a 15-megapixel [INAUDIBLE] camera running Lollipop as well.
But if the leaks are correct, it also reveals L-G will be the going with the [INAUDIBLE] 808 processor, and not the 810, which has been rumored to have ongoing overheating issues.
That's gonna do it for this week's show.
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