Google Assistant is now on iPhone
Gossip was right; Google Assistant is coming to iPhone to compete with Apple’s Siri. According to the announcement in Google I / O 2017, Assistant will work as a separate iOS app from Google Search to fulfill a variety of personalized quests.
However, the Assistant will not operate on your iPhone as it does on your Android devices. Because of various application programming interface (API) restrictions, the company says that iOS will only perform tasks such as sending messages via iMessage or playing songs in Spotify, but can not perform some basic functions such as alarming. In the meantime, the shortcut for the home screen button, which runs Siri, will not be naturally possible to assign to the Assistant. But with a big icon on the screen that has visual components, it will be possible to access asistana quickly.
Since the past weekend, the ransomware software called WannaCry has occupied the number one place on the agenda of the technology world. This unprecedented malicious software has been spreading all over the world since the past week. Security researchers said Friday that nearly 57,000 computers are affected by ransom software in more than 150 countries. It was fortunate to get in on the weekend, but it did not hinder the spread of ransom software. As of yesterday, more than 200 systems worldwide were affected by the malware.