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Gmail’s Right-Click Menu Is Getting More Options For Easier Email Management

Google finally gives Gmail’s right-click menu some neat functions. Previously, right clicking on Gmail only allows a user to archive, mark as unread, or delete an email, but the latest upgrade adds more than just three options.

Google February 12, 2019

Google Maps AR Navigation Is Now Available To Some Users

For those who have a weak sense of direction, there’s now an AR-powered Google Map. Currently being tested by a select number of people, the new feature uses a phone’s camera to find a user’s exact location.

Google February 11, 2019

Google's Adiantum Lets Even Cheap Android Smartphones Get Encryption

Google is unveiling its new form of encryption called Adiantum. It's designed to work with even low-end smartphones, computers, and the like without slowing them down and making them unusable.

Google February 7, 2019

Google's Live Transcribe, Sound Amplifier Android Apps Help Deaf Or Hard-Of-Hearing People: Here's How

Google has unwrapped two new Android apps for deaf and hard-of-hearing users. Called Live Transcribe and Sound Amplifier, these accessibility features can help people with hearing loss in daily interactions and the like.

Google February 4, 2019

Remember Inbox? Google Might Be Bringing Some Of Its Features Over To Gmail

Gmail is set to receive more features lifted from Inbox soon. Fan favorites such as reminders, pinned messages, and bundled categories, are rumored to be coming over.

Google February 4, 2019

Google+ Shutting Down On April 2: Here’s How To Download Your Data

Google has now confirmed that it will delete everything on Google+ beginning April 2. Here’s how to download your data before everything goes away for good.

Google January 31, 2019

Gmail For Android, iOS Gets Material Theme Redesign - Still No Dark Mode, Though

Google is giving the mobile version of Gmail a Material Theme redesign. Android and iOS users can expect the update to arrive in the coming weeks.

Google January 29, 2019

Google Might Be Working On Face ID Feature For Android Q

A feature similar to Face ID might be on the next major version of Android Q. If true, this will help phone manufacturers in a lot of ways.

Google January 28, 2019

Someone Cracked The Google I/O Puzzle: Event Starts May 7

A developer solved Google’s cryptic post about this year’s I/O, which will apparently take place in May. Google chief Sundar Pichai later on confirmed the event details.

Google January 26, 2019

Classic Google Hangouts Will Begin To Say Goodbye In October

Google announced that Hangouts for G Suite customers will be bidding adieu this October. As for other consumers, it is expected that the same will happen by 2020.

Google January 23, 2019

Google's Phishing Quiz Wants To Teach You How To Avoid Phishing Scams

Google's Jigsaw unit published a phishing quiz online to teach users how to spot phishing emails. It's designed with the latest tricks and techniques that cybercriminals use nowadays

Google January 22, 2019

Google Fined Nearly $57 Million For Violating GDPR In France

France's CNIL slapped Google with nearly $57 million fine for violating Europe’s new data privacy rules. It is the biggest GDPR fine issued since the regulations took effect in May last year.

Google January 22, 2019

Google Fi Finally Gets RCS Messaging Support, Faster 4G LTE Coverage

RCS is now on Google Fi. That and faster 4G LTE speeds for users who roam, which makes Fi one of the best mobile virtual network operators out there.

Google January 15, 2019

Google Kills Its Chromecast Audio: What Was It For Again?

With smart speakers being fairly affordable these days, the Chromecast Audio has lost its place in the market. No surprise that Google finally decided to let it go.

Google January 12, 2019

Chrome's Ad Blocker Will Roll Out Worldwide On July 9

Previously launched in North America and Europe, Chrome's built-in ad blocker will now be available in every country starting July. This is in compliance with the industry standards set by the Coalition for Better Ads.

Google January 10, 2019

6-Year-Old Girl Wins Doodle For Google Contest

Google named the lucky winner for the 2018 Doodle for Google contest on its official YouTube channel. Sarah Gomez-Lane, a 6-year-old girl from Virginia. bagged the coveted prize of $30,000 college scholarship fund.

Google January 9, 2019

Google Expects Google Assistant To Be On 1 Billion Devices By End Of January

Google revealed on Monday it is expecting the Google Assistant to be on 1 billion devices by the end of the month. The number is far more than the 100 million devices with Amazon's Alexa on board.

Google January 9, 2019

Google Going Down Disney Theme Park Route With Massive 18,000-Square-Foot CES Booth

Google appeared to outdo itself at CES 2019 with an interactive ride similar to a Disney theme park for the participants. The tech company's massive booth will also feature a mini-restaurant, gumball machine, and more.

Google January 8, 2019

Google Chrome For Windows 10 To Get Dark Mode: Here’s How To Enable It Now

A newly uncovered bug report suggests that Google will also be bringing native Dark Mode support to Google Chrome on Windows 10. It will be trailing the macOS version, though.

Google January 4, 2019

Google Confirms Fuchsia Will Be Able To Run Android Apps

Google is clearly working on bringing Android Runtime environment to its new operating system called Fuchsia. Speculations suggest the tech company would officially announce Fuchsia this year.

Google January 3, 2019

Google Is Going To Fix Terrible Lag Issues On Chrome OS Tablets

The Pixel Slate has performance and lag problems, especially while in tablet mode. Fortunately, Google might be working on a simple fix, but a rollout schedule remains unclear.

Google January 2, 2019

FCC Approves Google Project Soli: What To Know About This Advanced Motion-Sensing Device

The FCC has given Google the go-signal to use advanced motion-sensing devices aboard aircraft. These sensors, part of Project Soli, must still comply with aviation rules, however.

Google January 2, 2019

Android Messages Will Fight Spam In Your Texts

The default Messages app on Android is getting a new Spam Protection feature. It’s not clear how the feature works, but it should help users deal with unwanted spam texts going forward.

Google December 29, 2018

Google Chrome Users Stuck With New UI, And They're Not Happy

After Chrome version 71 rolled out, users found that they can't change back the UI to the old one anymore. Now they're up in arms about it.

Google December 27, 2018

Macaulay Culkin Recreates 'Home Alone' Scenes In New Google Ad

Macaulay Culkin starred in a Google ad where he played his iconic Kevin McCallister role but as an adult. The 'Home Alone'-themed commercial highlighted some of the most genius scenes from the 1990 film.

Google December 20, 2018

Google Assistant Now Tells You If Flights Might Be Delayed

Smart gets smarter. This forthcoming holiday season, Google Assistant will begin giving flight predictions so traveling users can prepare in advance in case delays occur.

Google December 17, 2018

Your Kids Can Call Santa Claus Using Google Home, Here's How

Kids can talk to Santa Claus this holiday season by calling him through Google Home. They can also track his exact location on Christmas Eve as well as his progress on holiday preparations.

Google December 17, 2018

You Can Buy A Chromecast On Amazon Again, But Here’s The Bad News

Amazon has now fulfilled its promise to put back Chromecast devices on its site. The unfortunate thing, however, is that Google is still stubborn in letting the streaming sticks have Prime Video.

Google December 13, 2018

Google+ Bug Leaked Data Of 52.5 Million People

Google+ admitted recently that another bug had leaked the information of 52.5 million users that resulted from an update in November. This followed suit the October revelation that a similar bug had compromised data for three years.

Google December 11, 2018

Rumor: Google Hangouts Is Getting Killed In 2020

It might be finally time to bid initial goodbyes to Google Hangouts. The search company will be killing the longstanding messaging platform in 2020, apparently.

Google December 1, 2018

Android Auto Update: Playing Music, Sending Messages Now Made Much Easier

Worried about playing music or responding to texts in your car? Don’t, because Google is making them much easier. Android Auto will soon get a much-needed update that makes these things less distracting.

Google November 30, 2018

Google Cloud CEO Diane Greene To Be Replaced By Former Oracle Exec Thomas Kurian

Google Cloud CEO Diane Greene to be replaced by former Oracle exec Thomas Kurian.

Google November 17, 2018

Google Confirms Fix For Disappearing Texts On Pixel 3

If text messages are suddenly disappearing from your Pixel 3, don’t worry. Google says a fix is coming soon, although it has yet to explain exactly why it’s occurring.

Google November 14, 2018

Here's Why You Should Turn On Dark Mode If It’s Available, According To Google

Dark Mode saves battery life. According to Google, toggling a darker theme on OLED smartphones will promptly extend their juice, and it has significant proof to back such claims up.

Google November 9, 2018

Google Pixel 3 Vs Samsung Galaxy S9: The Battle Of The Flagship Android Smartphones

Google has officially unveiled the massively leaked Pixel 3, alongside the Pixel 3 XL, Pixel Slate, and Home Hub. How does the device compare to other flagship Android smartphones, particularly the Samsung Galaxy S9?

Google October 10, 2018

Google Kept Google+ Data Breach Secret To Avoid Comparisons With Facebook, Cambridge Analytica Scandal

Google is now shutting down Google+, but not because of the lack of users and activity. A data breach compromised the data of 500,000 users on the social network, but Google decided to keep the security incident a secret.

Google October 9, 2018

Google Pixel Slate Leaked: Here's What We Know So Far About The Chrome OS Tablet

The Pixel Slate, Google's first Chrome OS tablet, was leaked ahead of the upcoming Made by Google event. The device will be unveiled alongside the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL smartphones.

Google October 8, 2018

Google Search Secrets: Here's How To Play The Hidden Text Adventure Game

Google Search has a hidden text adventure game that lets players take on the role of the capital G in the Google logo. The game is a bit more complicated to access and play compared to previous Google easter eggs.

Google October 2, 2018

Google China Prototype Allows Government To Track Search Queries Of Citizens

Google's new search engine for China will allow the government to track the search queries of its citizens. Codenamed Project Dragonfly, it will also prevent Chinese people from accessing information deemed sensitive by the ruling Communist Party.

Google September 17, 2018

Google Employees Resign In Protest Of Project Dragonfly, A Censored Search Engine For China

Seven employees abandoned their jobs at Google in protest of the company's project known as 'Project Dragonfly.' The project was crafted to eradicate content that China's government views as sensitive.

Google September 16, 2018

Google Inbox Will Shut Down Next Year: All The Best Features Are Already On Gmail

Starting March 2019, Google will stop its Inbox app and make all its best features available on Gmail. Since its introduction in 2014, Inbox became popular to a segment of users despite the Gmail’s existence.

Google September 13, 2018

Google Pixel 3 Event Set For Oct. 9: What Else Will Be Unveiled?

Google has sent out invitations for a Made by Google event on Oct. 9 in New York. The highlight is widely expected to be the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL, but Google likely has more hardware to unveil.

Google September 7, 2018

Google Hacked By Own Employee: Vulnerability Found In Supposedly Secure Doors Of Sunnyvale Campus

The supposedly secure key card-enabled doors of Google's Sunnyvale campus were hacked. Fortunately, it was a Google employee with no ill intentions, but it again raises concerns over Internet of Things security.

Google September 4, 2018

Here's How To Install Android 9 Pie On OnePlus 6: Open Beta Now Available

The Android 9 Pie Open Beta build is now available to download for OnePlus 6 owners. Installing the mobile operating system, however, is not as easy as triggering an over-the-air update.

Google September 4, 2018

Google Pixel 3 XL Leaks Keep Coming: Unreleased Smartphone Left In Lyft Ride

A Lyft driver found a pre-production unit of the Google Pixel 3 XL at the back of his vehicle. He returned the smartphone prototype to the passenger who left it, but not before taking a few pictures of the device.

Google September 4, 2018

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