Tech Bytes: Google upgrades share feature, Youtube launches education video player, Uber Eats teams up with Nuro
Google is making it easier to share photos and videos across devices. It’s upgrading its “nearby share” feature which is similar to Apple’s airdrop. The self-share mode will let you automatically transfer files.
Youtube has launched a video player for education apps. It comes without ads, external links, or recommendations. The goal is to avoid distractions for viewers. For now, it’s only open to select partners, including Google Classroom.
Uber Eats has teamed up with autonomous driving start-up “Nuro”. The deal will bring robot food delivery to California and Texas. The Nuro vehicle can travel up to 45 mph, and carry 500 pounds. They will begin making deliveries in Houston and the bay area this fall.