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Can’t Find The Right Video? Google Will Now Autoplay 6-Second Previews Via Mobile Search

Google will soon help you identify the exact video you’re looking for by autoplaying them for six seconds. Android devices will get it first, but Google has hinted plans for iOS support possibly in the future.

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Google Will Launch Android O After The Total Solar Eclipse On Aug. 21: Rumors Say It's Android Oreo

Google will officially unveil Android O on Aug. 21, right after the highly anticipated total solar eclipse. According to new rumors, the next major version of the mobile operating system will indeed be named Android Oreo.

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Google Home Just Became A Telephone: Why It’s Much Better Than Making Calls On Amazon Echo

Google has announced that its smart speaker can now place calls for free, provided that the recipients are in the United States or Canada. Google’s approach to calling services is much better than Amazon.

Google August 17, 2017

Google Pixel 2 FCC Filing Confirmed A Lot Of Things: Qualcomm Snapdragon 835, Android 8.0.1, Squeezable Edge, And More

The Google Pixel 2 was spotted in an FCC listing, confirming that it will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 and Android 8.0.1. Manufacturer HTC will also bring Edge Sense to the Pixel 2, giving it a squeezable edge.

Google August 16, 2017

Swift Creator And Former Apple Star Engineer Chris Lattner Joins Google Brain To Work On Artificial Intelligence

Chris Lattner, a star engineer that was instrumental in the creation of Apple’s Swift programming language, will join Google Brain after his Tesla stint. He will work on making artificial intelligence more accessible to everyone.

Google August 15, 2017

Google Pixel Camera App On Other Android Smartphones? This Mod Makes It Happen

A developer has released a modified version of the Google Pixel camera app to bring the software to other Android smartphones. Does the ported app really work, and is it safe to install?

Google August 14, 2017

Android O Release Date Leaked By 2 Reliable Sources: Android Fans, Mark Aug. 21 On Your Calendars

Two reliable sources have leaked the Android O release date to be Aug. 21. Android users who have been looking forward to the next major version of the Google mobile operating system can now mark their calendars.

Google August 12, 2017

Why Google Just Canceled Its All-Hands Meeting About That Controversial Anti-Diversity Memo

Google has dropped a town hall meeting that was supposed to address the controversy surrounding former Google engineer James Damore’s memo explaining diversity and gender roles. The primary reason behind the move concerns fears of doxxing.

Google August 12, 2017

New Android O Feature Will Allow Users To Update Their Pixel Smartphones Even Without Free Space

The new streaming updates feature, which will be rolled out with Android O, will allow users to update their smartphones even without free space. The feature, however, will only be available to Pixel and Pixel XL owners.

Google August 9, 2017

Google Employee’s Anti-Diversity Memo Goes Viral, Suggests Gender Gap Exists Because Of ‘Biological Differences’ Between Sexes

An anonymous Google employee’s controversial internal memo about the bias in workforce diversity has now received plenty of pushback. Generally, the memo alleges that a gender gap exists because men and women differ psychologically and biologically.

Google August 7, 2017

Google To Create 'Stamp,' A Snapchat Discover Clone That'll Live Inside Its Search Engine

Google is rumored to make its search business more competitive with a new tool called Stamp, which is a Snapchat Discover clone. Stamp will function much like Snapchat, except it can be displayed in a number of places.

Google August 5, 2017

New Rumors Show That Google Is Really Dropping The Headphone Jack For The Pixel 2

New rumors further support the claim that Google will drop the headphone jack for the Pixel 2 and Pixel XL 2. Google will find itself in an awkward position if the reports are true.

Google August 4, 2017

Google Kills Off Instant Search As Users Prefer Mobile Queries, But What Does The Feature Do Again?

Google has announced that it will retire perhaps one of the best things about its search engine: Instant Search. The move, it says, will help make search more fluid on all devices.

Google July 27, 2017

Google Rolls Out Last Android O Developer Preview: When Is The Android O Public Release?

Google has rolled out the fourth and final developer preview for Android O. The last beta version of the operating system does not contain any major changes, but it signals that Android O will be launched very soon.

Google July 25, 2017

Google Introduces Feed, A News Stream Built Around Your Personal Interests

Today marks the end of Google Now and the beginning of the Feed. Google's personalized take on the news feed will make it easier for users to find stories of interest.

Google July 19, 2017

Google's Hire Aims To Help Small And Medium Businesses Find The Talent They Need

After more than a year of testing, Google has finally launched Hire, a tool to help employers find new talent. Integrated into G Suite, Hire seamlessly lets employers take advantage of G Suite apps to streamline the hiring process.

Google July 18, 2017

New Render Reveals What The Next Google Pixel XL Will Look Like: Slimmer Bezels, Massive Camera Lens, And Squeezable Frame

A new render by Android Police could be the first good look at the Google Pixel XL 2. The smartphone has smaller bezels compared to its predecessor, with a massive camera lens and a squeezable frame.

Google July 12, 2017

Google Rolls Out Panic Detection Mode In Android 7.1 Nougat To Protect Users From Malware: How Does It Work?

Google quietly added a new panic detection mode in Android 7.1 Nougat. The feature will help users fight back against malware trying to hijack their Android devices, and here is how it works.

Google July 11, 2017

Smart Speaker Breaks Up Domestic Violence Before It Got Worse: Here's What Happened

A smart speaker helped break up a domestic violence case by calling the authorities. The always-listening feature of these devices may be considered as invasion of privacy, but in this instance, it may have saved a life.

Google July 10, 2017

Google Home Bundle Offered On eBay For $99 Before Amazon Prime Day: Will It Sway Customers Away From The Amazon Echo?

Google and eBay teamed up to launch a $99 Google Home bundle right before Amazon Prime Day. Will the offer be good enough to put a dent on the massive sales expected for the Amazon Echo in the annual event?

Google July 10, 2017

Google Blocks Makes 3D Modeling Accessible To Anyone With An Oculus Rift Or HTC Vive VR Headset

Google Block is the perfect VR app for aspiring 3D model artists. The best part is, it's free, but it requires either an Oculus Rift or HTC Vive VR headset.

Google July 7, 2017

Google's European Problem Is Just Getting Started As The EU Contemplates Another Fine

Google's' troubles in Europe are just getting started. It's been reported that the EU may be about to hand down another massive fine.

Google July 6, 2017

Google Play Store July Sale: Games, Apps, Movies, TV Shows, And More Available At Discounted Prices

Google has now officially kicked off its storewide Play Store summer sale, offering steep discounts on basically everything, from books to films to games to apps and more. You can even get four months of Google Play Music for free.

Google July 1, 2017

Google News Receives A Makeover: What’s Better About The New Design

Google News implements a huge user interface redesign for its desktop version. Google offers users more control, better accessibility, and easier navigation over their news feed.

Google June 30, 2017

Xavier Android Malware Found In Over 800 Google Play Store Apps: How Is It Different From Other Malware?

A new Android malware named Xavier was detected in over 800 apps on the Google Play Store. Here's what makes Xavier different and more dangerous from other malware, and what you can do to protect yourself.

Google June 26, 2017

Google To Stop Reading Gmail Messages: Here's How To Remove Personalized Ads Completely

Google has officially announced that it’s going to stop scanning users’ emails for targeted ads but will continue scanning their other online behavior. Here’s how you can opt out of Google’s targeted ads practice.

Google June 24, 2017

Google Will No Longer Read Your Email For Targeted Ads

Privacy advocates scored a victory today when Google announced an end to its policy of scanning Gmail users' emails. The content was used to create targeted ads, but the company will rely on other means.

Google June 23, 2017

Buy A Google Pixel XL, Get A Free Google Home

The Google Store has launched a promotion that offers a free Google Home for every purchase of the Google Pixel XL. Customers who have their eye on these two devices should send in their order as soon as they can.

Google June 20, 2017

Google Play Music Launches 'Exclusive' Radio Station For Samsung Galaxy S8

Google Play Music has launched New Release Radio, an exclusive radio station for the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus. The exclusivity of the feature for these smartphones, however, has been called into question.

Google June 20, 2017

Google Escalates Fight Against Terrorism: Here Are The 4 Things That It Will Do

Google outlined four things that it will do to escalate its fight against terrorism and extremist content online. The Alphabet unit has also committed to teaming up with colleagues in the tech industry, including Microsoft, Facebook, and Twitter.

Google June 19, 2017

You Can Back Up Your Entire PC Using Google Drive Soon

Google will release a tool called Backup and Sync late June, a dedicated backup tool for Drive which can monitor files wherever they’re stored. The move stands to make Google Drive a more attractive cloud storage option than rival services.

Google June 14, 2017

Softbank To Buy Robotics Units Boston Dynamics, Schaft From Google Parent Alphabet: Why This Makes Sense For Both Sides

Softbank will purchase robotics units Boston Dynamics and Schaft from Google parent Alphabet for an undisclosed amount. Here is why the transactions make sense for all the parties involved.

Google June 9, 2017

Google Pixel Freezing Issue Fix Now Available As System Images, OTA Files Go Up For Download

Google has made the Nexus and Pixel system images and OTA files for June 2017 available for download, and the best part is, the update fixes the freezing issue found in certain Pixel devices.

Google June 6, 2017

Google Home Not Responding Properly To Many Users: Is Google Working On A Fix?

Google Home users experienced a widespread glitch, which prevented them from issuing voice commands to the Assistant. Google representatives assured the smart speakers' users they were looking into the matter.

Google June 5, 2017

Be A Bug Bounty Hunter: Google Is Offering Up To $200,000 For Android Exploits

Despite its strengths, Android has several security flaws that Google seeks to address. In order to do so, the company increased the payout on their bug bounty program.

Google June 3, 2017

Google Will Introduce Its Own Ad Blocker For Chrome By 2018

The last few weeks has seen Google announce a breadth of features that are more advertiser-friendly. Google isn't leaving users out in the cold, though, with new ad blocking features to improve the Google experience.

Google June 2, 2017

Google Can Now See If Online Ads Lead To Offline Purchases

Google is already able to track different habits as it relates to online activity. Its newest feature, though, will allow advertisers to see if online campaigns lead to offline sales.

Google May 24, 2017

Google Adds Family Sharing Options To Photos, Calendar, Keep And YouTube TV

Google has new family sharing options in place to bring families closer together in the digital world. Families of up to six members can now share Google Photos, Calendar, Keep and YouTube TV content, so here's how it works.

Google May 24, 2017

Google's AlphaGo AI Defeats World's Top Go Player

With every passing day, AI is becoming more of a reality. It took another step in that direction, with Google's AlphaGo AI defeating the world's top Go player.

Google May 23, 2017

New Google Play Services Feature Will Allow You To Pause Updates: How Will This Benefit Android O Users?

A new feature for Google Play Services that is currently being tested will allow Android device users to pause over-the-air updates. The feature is expected to widely roll out alongside the public release of Android O.

Google May 21, 2017

Google Debuts Newest Feature Of Its Search Engine: Google For Jobs

Among a slew of announcements and updates at Google I/O is the initiative called Google for Jobs. How does it work to make job hunting easier?

Google May 19, 2017

Could New Shared Libraries Feature In Google Photos Bring Privacy Issues?

Google has updated its popular picture app with some new sharing features. Could the new Google Photos have some privacy issues though?

Google May 19, 2017

Google I/O 2017 Biggest Takeaways: Android O, Android Go, Daydream VR, Assistant, Photos, And Home

Google kicked off its I/O 2017 conference strong, announcing how Assistant, Daydream VR, Photos, Home, Android O, and Android Go will be moving forward.

Google May 19, 2017

Say Goodbye To Those Weird Android Emoji Blobs: Google Will Introduce Redesigned Emojis In Android O

After being introduced in Android 4.4 KitKat, the weird emoji blobs of the mobile operating system will finally be replaced in Android O. The biggest change that Google made is the shape, which will become circular like most emojis.

Google May 18, 2017

Google Releases Android O Beta: What Can You Expect From The Updated Mobile OS?

Google launched the public beta of Android O at the annual Google I/O developer conference. Here are some of the new features that users can expect from the new operating system and how they can install the beta version.

Google May 18, 2017

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