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Google introduces Web Stories on Discover, plans to expand to Google Search on mobiles in the futureLast Updated: Oct 07, 2020
Besides the New Password Protections by Google, the company is introducing Web Stories to Discover for both Android and iOS users. If Instagram story is the first that comes into your mind, well...that's exactly how Web Stories work. The first wave has begun in the US, India and Brazil and here's what we know so far on how it works.
Last Updated: Oct 07, 2020
Yup, you read that right. This new Chrome web browser update can now offer New Password Protections and alert you if they have been compromised. Available for both Android and iOS platforms, here's how the new feature works on your smartphone.
Studies say "Beauty Mode" is related to negative mental health so Google is turning it off by defaultLast Updated: Oct 05, 2020
For a few years, many smartphone brands have set Beauty Mode on the camera UI by default. Usually found in Chinese branded phones (as well as Samsung), some Beauty Modes are still visible even if you turn it off. As popular as it may, recent studies have found that there is a correlation to negative mental health so Google has decided to turn it off by default.
Last Updated: Sep 30, 2020
Google has been steadily adding new features to its apps lately and even Google Maps isn't being left out. Recently, the company has announced that the app will be getting a new COVID-19 layer so you can check out where the hot zones are. Now, another feature is coming to the Android app first.
Last Updated: Sep 28, 2020
With the recent new COVID-19 cases around in Kuala Lumpur such as The LINC KL, Nu Sentral, Sunway Pyramid, KL Gateway Mall and others, people are starting to think twice of going out again for the next few days. To get around safely, Google has finally implemented a new feature that times you to spot places that has COVID-19 cases. Here's how you can activate COVID layer in Google Maps.
Last Updated: Sep 15, 2020
Just a couple of hours ago, Google have finally broke the silence by announcing their next event on 30 September 2020 at 1AM (PT). Called as Launch Night In, it will be a livestream event where the company will unveil the latest Chromecast, smart speakers, and of course, the new Pixel phones.
Last Updated: Jul 30, 2020
If you've been using an iPhone to back up your photos and videos on Google Drive, we got good news for you. Google just announced on their blog that Google One app is now free for iPhone and iPad users, as well as Android users. That's right, iOS users will have a free automatic phone backup soon (more on that later)!
Last Updated: Jul 10, 2020
When we mention “ok Google”, what comes to your mind? Yes! It is the Google Home speaker. A few weeks back, Google confirmed that the product is discontinued, but after 4 years we got a surprise that they might announce a new speaker.
Last Updated: Mar 05, 2020
Today, Google have announced that Google Assistant can now read whatever news articles aloud. Known as "Read It", the update will roll out later this year and soon Android users will be able to command Google Assistant to do so and it's fluent in 42 languages. All the user has to do is just say "Hey Google, read it" or "Hey Google, read this page".
Last Updated: Mar 04, 2020
The COVID-19 virus is sure doing a "good job", but not so much for the tech industry as it has forced another big company to cancel out an event. This time, the Google I/O won't be happening followed by their Cloud Next event in San Francisco. The Google I/O was supposed to be held in mid-May 2020.