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  • Google Chromecast Ultra replacement could come with remote controller and Android TV support

    Google Chromecast Ultra replacement could come with remote controller and Android TV support

    The Google I/O event may have been cancelled, but Google is still expected to launch some new products within summer 2020. One of the devices to be released is a new media streaming device. It's expected to be an Android TV dongle that will replace the Chromecast Ultra and its currently code-named 'Sabrina'.

  • Android 11 beta update accidentally got released too early, revealing new customization features

    Android 11 beta update accidentally got released too early, revealing new customization features

    There's no news for the release of Android 11 but we will probably see it between Q3-Q4 annually, but it seems that Google have accidentally let the cat out of the bag earlier than expected. Initially, the first beta release was supposed to be 3 June but wopsie, some devices got the new Android 11 update already by mistake

  • What is the reason behind "Remove China Apps" being so popular on Google's Play Store?

    What is the reason behind "Remove China Apps" being so popular on Google's Play Store?

    Does the country of origin of an app that you're using matter? These days, the apps that you're using are made by the genius from all over the world and they're pretty harmless to use. However, there are also some apps that would steal your private information and use it for who knows what. Therefore, we still need to be cautious when come across certain suspicious apps. Recently, an app called Remove China Apps has suddenly made it to the top of India's Google Play Store, claiming that it helps users to remove apps made by China.

  • Google postpones launch of Android 11 beta

    Google postpones launch of Android 11 beta

    Some people are just getting used to Android 10, while others are already looking forward to the next one. Unfortunately, it seems like we won't be finding out what's new just yet. Originally set to launch on 3 June 2020, Google has decided to postpone the launch of Android 11 beta.

  • Ubisoft goes after Google and Apple for mobile clone of Rainbow Six: Siege

    Ubisoft goes after Google and Apple for mobile clone of Rainbow Six: Siege

    It looks like Ubisoft wants to flex its legal muscles. Reports say that the game publisher has sued Google and Apple for a mobile game called Area F2 that is available on the Google Play Store and Apple App Store. The game has been accused of being a clone of the highly successful Rainbow Six: Siege (R6S) first-person shooter and Ubisoft is not happy.

  • Google Chrome will hog less resources in the future

    Google Chrome will hog less resources in the future

    Based on a blog entry posted on the Chromium BlogGoogle will remove ads that hogs too much of the device’s system resource, making the user experience much more enjoyable especially for those with limited internet data. This is due to the fact that Google recently discovered that some of the ads use up much more battery and bandwidth than usual, which can be a problem especially for those who signed up with telco that provides very limited internet data.

  • Google bringing Tab Groups to the desktop Chrome browser with version 83

    Google bringing Tab Groups to the desktop Chrome browser with version 83

    For those of you who like opening tonnes of tabs and never close them, you'll soon have a default way to manage them. Google has announced that the Tab Groups feature will be coming in the next major Chrome browser update, which is the version 83 update scheduled for next week.

  • Donald Trump extends the HUAWEI ban to May 2021!

    Donald Trump extends the HUAWEI ban to May 2021!

    The HUAWEI Ban was signed in May 2019 declaring a national security risk emergency that banned U.S. companies from using telecommunications equipment made by Chinese firms has not come to an end yet. President Donald Trump has just announced another year of extension on the ban until May 2021.

  • Facebook is actively removing thousands of "online finance gurus" advertising posts

    Facebook is actively removing thousands of "online finance gurus" advertising posts

    During this Conditional Movement Control Order period, you probably have heard complaints from your friends and family about several "online finance gurus" ads appearing on Facebook as well as YouTube. Unfortunately, times are hard for those who are struggling financially and apparently for scammed from these scammers. But there is good news though, their advertising profiles are being removed by Facebook.

  • Google Duo adds new Family Mode, group video call via Google Chrome coming soon

    Google Duo adds new Family Mode, group video call via Google Chrome coming soon

    Now that video calls have become the norm for many people, more companies have begun to beef up the features of their services. For Google Duo, new features were announced about 2 weeks ago, allowing more people to join calls. Now, Google has announced two more updates for Google Duo.