Google has developed a fence that will allow Google to scan and remove images from its Google Photos app without the need for users to click a button.
The image processing system, dubbed “Image Border” and “GPS” will also allow users to control the image quality and blurriness of their images, as well as to change the appearance of images in the app.
The technology is currently only available in Android and iOS apps.
The project is part of Google’s Project Tango initiative, which is aimed at creating the first ever fully Google-owned cloud service.
The system was built with Google’s Cloud Platform, which allows developers to create apps and services on the cloud without having to build their own apps and applications.
The company’s Project Glass is a project that uses the cloud to bring augmented reality to the mainstream.
With the Pixel phone, Google hopes to bring the same experience to the world with the Pixelbook, which will be a Google Pixelbook Pro with a Google Glass-enabled camera and the ability to record video.
The Pixelbook will launch on March 10 for $1,399.99, while the Pixelbooks will be $1 to $2,299.99 for the Pixel phones.