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  • Google Docs, Google Sheets, and Google Slides on Android will be getting dark mode very soon

    Google Docs, Google Sheets, and Google Slides on Android will be getting dark mode very soon

    Those who frequently utilize Google Docs, Sheets and Slides on Android, will be pleased to know that Google plans to introduce dark mode to those features in the near future. While there is not much known in regards to the exact dates the dark mode will be available, we do know that it could be available most probably in a few weeks.

  • Google Meet now accessible via Gmail in Android and iOS

    Google Meet now accessible via Gmail in Android and iOS

    The rise in usage of video conferencing software has a great side effect for users overall. As more people use these services, the providers have a greater obligation to improve them. Google Meet is certainly one service that has been improving rapidly in recent weeks and can now be accessed via Gmail.

  • The Ministry of Education works with Google, Microsoft and Apple to bring you DELIMa

    The Ministry of Education works with Google, Microsoft and Apple to bring you DELIMa

    One thing that we can learn from the pandemic is technology does play a vital role in our lives, especially when it comes to education. Due to the crisis, the e-learning platform has become one of the essentials for educators and students to interact. By acknowledging that, the Ministry of Education has worked with three big tech companies including GoogleMicrosoft, and Apple on developing a digital learning platform.

  • Google Assistant in Android TV could be getting Voice Match soon

    Google Assistant in Android TV could be getting Voice Match soon

    A major reason why people use voice assistants is that it can often be tedious to type things out. It's even better when the device can recognise your voice and provide you with personalised results. That's what the Voice Match feature on Google Assistant does and it could be coming to Android TV soon.

  • Android 11 has a new storage feature similar to Windows' Recycle Bin

    Android 11 has a new storage feature similar to Windows' Recycle Bin

    Unlike the way storage is handled in a Windows PC, files in Android OS are gone for good when deleted. This isn't always a good thing, as you may not have intended to do the deletion or decide to retrieve certain files later on. A new storage feature in Android 11 will solve that problem.

  • Some specs and features of Google Sabrina Android TV revealed

    Some specs and features of Google Sabrina Android TV revealed

    Are you looking to add Android TV capabilities to your 4K TV without having to replace it with a smart TV? Then maybe the next Google Android TV device could fit your needs. Code-named 'Sabrina', this device is expected to have several great features, including a remote controller that allegedly has a programmable button.

  • Google posted a video talking about what to expect from Android 11

    Google posted a video talking about what to expect from Android 11

    Google has recently posted a video on their Youtube channel, which talks about what to expect from the upcoming Android 11 operating system for smartphones. There will be new functionalities and features such as dedicated conversations section in the notification panel, where all conversations from apps such as WhatsApp, Twitter, Messenger, and more will appear.

  • Background noise soon to no longer be an issue with Google Meet

    Background noise soon to no longer be an issue with Google Meet

    Video meeting has become the norm for many, with people now working from home due to restrictions in many countries. Of course, the increase in use means more people know what they want out of these apps and noise cancellation is one of them. Back in April, Google announced that noise cancellation would be coming to Google Meet and that update is just around the corner.

  • New updates to Google Maps helps you plan your commute or trips around COVID-19 restrictions

    New updates to Google Maps helps you plan your commute or trips around COVID-19 restrictions

    With the COVID-19 remaining a threat in many countries, restrictions on travel and transport are put in place by many nations to curb the infection rate. It's not as bad for Malaysia now, as we're now in the recovery movement control order (RMCO) phase that has fewer travel restrictions. For other countries, Google Maps has now been updated to provide new info that will help you better plan your travel or commute around COVID-19 restrictions.

  • Google has made Featured Snippets clickable, will lead straight to highlighted sections

    Google has made Featured Snippets clickable, will lead straight to highlighted sections

    When you use Google search all the time, it's hard to notice changes unless it's very obvious. But it seems like an upcoming update will bring a new feature that will be very noticeable. Google's next update to its search engine will see an upgrade to Featured Snippets.