The tech news roundup of this week features: Google makes the new Wear OS available to Developers, Oracle announces General Availability of the Autonomous Data Warehouse Cloud, and Shopify & Google Pay Integration for Improved Mobile Checkout.
Google recently announced that the new Wear OS preview is available now to the developers for testing on the wearable devices. The Wear OS developer preview comes with smart battery saving abilities and features of Android P platform. It also has a new dark mode that improves the glanceability of the system launcher and notifications stream.
A notable thing for the developers, the Wear OS will further enhance the Android’s app standby feature. Whereas, the omissions to it include, watchfaces and currently selected complications by the users. However, one can develop Android apps by removing the background services, as the excepted features would roll out gradually. The Wear OS developer preview is available exclusively for the Huawei Watch 2 Classic Bluetooth or Huawei Watch 2 Bluetooth via flash or manual update.
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Oracle Corp. spills the beans about the general availability of their Autonomous Data Warehouse Cloud in a recent announcement. It is their first offering based on the Oracle’s new autonomous database. Built on the Oracle Database 18c, the Autonomous Data Warehouse Cloud makes use of the machine learning for fast and hassle-free data warehousing. It offers a secure data warehouse with high availability architecture, encryption, and automatic backup features.
Larry Ellison, Oracle’s CTO and board chairperson stated in a presentation that Oracle’s aim is “to offer a holistic suite of platform services that are at a higher level.” Oracle even emphasized that the migration to the cloud will now be NIL flawless due to its compatibility with on-premise databases. The Autonomous Data Warehouse Cloud also offers online scaling of compute and storage independently.
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Ottawa-based eCommerce company, Shopify recently announced its integration with Google Pay for enhanced mobile checkout experience for their users. With this Shopify becomes the first e-commerce platform to enable Google Pay for their users.
Its mobile-first design will allow users with a faster checkout in just a few steps. Shopify emphasized the importance of their checkout process experience for the average users. Moreover, this integration with Google Pay will strengthen Shopify with a seamless checkout process globally, enable their merchants to generate more sales, and even tackle the toughest of the industry challenges, including cart abandonment. Further, Google Pay will automatically detect the enabled device of users and will suggest them with appropriate checkout options.
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