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  • Google tips on how to avoid COVID-19 scams and other online risks

    Google tips on how to avoid COVID-19 scams and other online risks

    Google recently weighed in online via Mark Risher, Senior Director for Account Security, Identity, and Abuse about the current online security COVID-19 situation. On Google’s side, Google Meet, GMail and Google Play Protect for example have mostly built-in automatic protections but there are a number of checkup tools to see if you’re safe or not and the advice on what to do about it. On our part, we’ve seen a marked increase in such scams.

  • Google Duo adds 4 new features, including support for up to 12-person video calls

    Google Duo adds 4 new features, including support for up to 12-person video calls

    With the rise in popularity of video conferencing apps, companies have been making efforts to promote and improve their services. Google Duo is one of them and it's just seen some new improvements to it that users will appreciate. In the latest update, Google added four new features to the platform to help people stay connected.

  • Epic Games finally puts up Fortnite in Google Play Store

    Epic Games finally puts up Fortnite in Google Play Store

    Finally, after a super long overdue - Fortnite has officially made its way to the Google Play Store. Prior to that, mobile gamers needed to go to the Epic Games website and download the APK installer, third-party platforms, or even some "exclusives" such as Samsung Galaxy and HONOR smartphones. Well, looks like fans can have a breather now.

  • Personal information of 20 million Aptoide users now leaked

    Personal information of 20 million Aptoide users now leaked

    The problem with Android apps is that they can sometimes be geo-locked. For instance, some apps may not be available in the Malaysian Google Play Store. When that is the case, users have to turn to third-party to download the apps they want. But these third-party stores are not very secured since one of them was recently hacked.

  • Google might introduce their own debit card very soon

    Google might introduce their own debit card very soon

    Based on a statement by AndroidHeadlines.com, it seems that Google might be introducing their very own debit card, which is somewhat like Huawei and Apple’s Credit card that they’re announced recently. The “Google Card” is expected to work seamlessly with Google’s Checking Account which they plan on introducing some time in the near future.

  • G Suite users can now access video meetings in Gmail

    G Suite users can now access video meetings in Gmail

    As more people turn to video conferencing to hold meetings, companies are doing more to improve or highlight their versions of such software. Google has also been working on its video conferencing software, which has recently been renamed to Google Meet. Moreover, Google has made it so you can now access Google Meet via Gmail.

  • Gameloft giving away 30 mobile games for FREE on the Google Play store!

    Gameloft giving away 30 mobile games for FREE on the Google Play store!

    In conjunction with Gameloft’s 20th anniversary, they will be giving away a pack of 30 games called the Gameloft Classics: 20 Years on the Google Play store for free. Do note that Gameloft did not specify whether the app is only available for a limited time, so be sure to download as soon as possible if you are interested in getting it.

  • Google wants to help you find new music with the new "Explore" tab on Youtube Music

    Google wants to help you find new music with the new "Explore" tab on Youtube Music

    Google recently introduced a new tab in the Youtube Music app called “Explore” which lets the user find new music based on your listening history on the app. Furthermore, Google split the Explore tab into several sub-sections including “Chill”, “Commute”, “Focus”, and more which lets you determine the mood of the music you are listening to.

  • Apple and Google reveal mobility trend of Malaysia during MCO

    Apple and Google reveal mobility trend of Malaysia during MCO

    As you are all aware, the movement restriction order (MCO) has caused many things to change. The restriction meant that unless it's for purchasing essentials, most of us are going out at all. This is evident with the mobility trend reports published by Apple and Google recently.

  • Google could be working on a new chip for Chromebooks and Pixel devices

    Google could be working on a new chip for Chromebooks and Pixel devices

    When it comes to mobile devices, most brands source from either Qualcomm, MediaTek, or Samsung. But Apple makes its own chips and has benefitted from having that control. Now, Google is following suit as rumours claim that the company is developing an in-house chipset for future Pixel smartphones and Chromebook devices.