Tech Roundup: Facebook Messenger Day, YouTube TV & More

[A recurring feature on the latest in Science & Technology.]
  • Says YouTube users are now watching more than a billion hours of videos every single day; announces live TV streaming platform called YouTube TV with content from ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC and YouTube (while missing Viacom, Turner, AMC, Discovery Communications and A&E networks) for $35 per month.
  • Announces enterprise focused features for Gmail (add-on support) and Drive (shared cloud drives across teams).
  • Releases its own take on Microsoft Surface Hub called Jamboard, a 55-inch digital whiteboard for workplace collaboration, for US$ 4,999.
  • Begins trialling Voice over LTE (VoLTE) for a select few people who have subscribed to its Project Fi wireless service.
  • Unveils Perspective, created as part of Project Jigsaw and its Counter Abuse Technology, to deal with online trolling.
  • Adds support for voice typing and built-in translation features on GBoard keyboard app; integrates Keep into Google Docs for handy import of your notes.
  • Says it has no specific plans for a Pixel Chromebook this year, but asks to watch out for a Pixel smartphone.
  • Updates Gmail to accept attachments of sizes upto 50 MB from non-Gmail accounts; recommends using Google Drive to exchange files between Gmail users.
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