Tag Archive : Google

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Google SMS To Block Spam Automatically Even Before They Arrive

Google is trying to keep your conversation spam-free. In order to protect users from spam, Google will now automatically block spammy messages by verifying each and every SMS.

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Co-Founders of Google Larry Page and Sergey Brin Step Down

Earlier this afternoon Google declared that Google co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin would abandon their respective roles as CEO and President of Alphabet. Current Google CEO Sundar Pichai will now become CEO of Alphabet as well.

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Google Play Store: DeepMind super AI suggests apps

DeepMind’s teams work with Google’s Play Store to provide the most relevant application recommendations for each user.

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Google Maps

Google Maps will help you ask people where you are

Google proves once again with “Speakeasy” the alliance of Google Maps and Google Translate.

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likepatrol

LikePatrol, Instagram Spying App Removed from Google App Store

LikePatrol was developed to track all of your followers, likes, and comments to send them a notification, it is a spy application. Even if you a follower that you never interacted, this app had the privilege to talk to that subscriber without even notifying you or seeking your permission.

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Gboard: Google tests the Smart Compose and looking for Gifs on its keyboard

Regularly, Google is working to develop the features of its virtual keyboard on Android, Gboard. The developer Jane Manchun Wong has identified two new options currently tested by the developer, namely the suggestion of GIF and auto-completion.

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Google Chrome: a new solution for consuming less RAM

Google Chrome is known for consuming the RAM resources of PCs using it. A new feature available on Canary wants to stem this phenomenon.

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Google would like to buy a competitor from TikTok

According to the Wall Street Journal, Google would be interested in buying Firework, a competing application of TikTok valued at $ 100 million.

In one year, TikTok has become one of the most popular applications among younger generations.

Google would be particularly interested in the concept of the application, namely the publication of short videos on a musical background. This is in any case what the Wall Street Journal reports that the firm of Mountain View would now seek to buy Firework, a competing application of TikTok valued at $ 100 million.

The principle of Firework clearly reminds that of TikTok, with videos of 30 seconds maximum with editing. These videos are then publicly visible by everyone. Nevertheless, the Wall Street Journal states that Firework’s audience is older than TikTok’s.

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Play Pass: Google is testing a $ 4.99 subscription

It seems that Google has some ideas behind the head to improve its Play Store. As Android Police tells us, the Mountain View company is currently testing a monthly subscription called “Play Pass” giving us access to countless games and even usually paid applications on the Google Play Store. This service will cost $ 4.99 per month, with a free 10-day trial, and will not only allow users to get their hands on as much paid app as they wish but will also be exempt from ads and other purchases in-apps.

If Android Police says that with the “Play Pass”, we can get their hands on paid applications, the target remains the mobile players with a wide offer covering all categories. Google could also offer new games to push its users to subscribe to its subscription. Obviously, Google could simply add a “Explore Google Play Pass” section in its Play Store, and should not launch an app dedicated to this new service, according to the screenshots of Android Police.

Google Assistant

Google Assistant secretly listens to our conversations

According to the latest report, they’re not only your home speakers, smartphones but they’re security cameras monitoring you, third-party apps are recording and secretly listening to your Google Assistant recordings.

Third-party app secretly listens to Google Assistant recordings

The apps hear everything, they are collecting all your personal information. They listen to your bedroom conversations, domestic violence, and virtually everything.

Well, in fact, in the age of technology, it is impossible to make your personal life so private. This situation is becoming more and more dangerous and worrying. It seems that soon our life will be controlled by all technology giants.

YouTube, Gmail & other Google services are down in North America and Europe

Google services, that includes YouTube, Gmail, and Snapchat, have been down for a few hours Sunday afternoon. The US has been most affected, according to reports.

Internet users complained of unable to access services such as Gmail, YouTube, Google Drive, and the Google search itself.

As per Google’s Status Dashboard, Half of the Google services were down, with only Google Cloud Search and Google+ showed as working properly.

How To Delete Google History Automatically?

Google has announced that you now can automatic schedule your browser history to be deleted automatically.

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Google Adds “Snake” Game As April Fool Prank

Remember snake in your Nokia 3310 ? Google has added that game as april fool prank.

You can simply play this game by touching the sidebar option on the left side of the search bar and you’ll see the “Play Snake” option, on your iOS and Android devices.

There are six cities listed on it from where you can chose: Cairo, São Paulo, London, Sydney, San Francisco, Tokyo. There’s also a “World” option, where you select passengers from all over the map.

Snake will be playable in Google Maps for roughly a week, a Googlespokesperson told CNET, although the tech giant did set up a dedicated site for it.

Google updates two-step verification with modern security keys

Google made it a lot easier to protect your account if you are a user of G Suite. Google is rolling out a new update series for two-step verification, initiating with the UI itself. A user will be able to see new Instructions in images and text that will help you in setting up a security key process and the flow for the process now changes depending on the browser a user is using. A user will get a great experience to Safari and Chrome.

A user will even have a choice of own Bluetooth keys.

A user also will not have to haste to grip one of Google’s own Titan keys if a user wants the extra of Bluetooth. Google is encouraging “expanded” wireless key backing, and a user can enable the feature through a flag if a person is on Linux. All briefed, Users will have a good reason to adopt two-step if you were unwilling to adopt it in the first place.