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This Could Be What The Google Pixel 4 Looks Like

Renders of the Pixel 4 have allegedly been leaked. Apparently, Google's next-generation Pixel might have a square camera housing on the back, USB-C port, and under-display fingerprint reader.

Google June 11, 2019

Google Stadia Games, Price, And Release Date Revealed

During its Stadia Connect presentation, Google disclosed more info about its new cloud gaming platform. Particularly, it has revealed the release date, price, and games of Stadia.

Google June 6, 2019

Google To Announce Stadia's Pricing, Games, And Launch Details

More details about Google's Stadia is about to be revealed. The company has announced Stadia Connect, an event where it's set to reveal the cloud gaming service's pricing, games, and launch details.

Google June 4, 2019

Google Services Are Back After Widespread Outages

After suffering outages, a number of Google services are now online again. The issues affected not only Google’s apps, but a number of sites and services, too.

Google June 3, 2019

Use Google Search AR To See How Big Animals Actually Are

How large is a tiger? If your phone is compatible with ARCore or ARKit, you can see a life-sized version of it. There’ll be more animals and objects, too — soon, you’ll be able to look at sneakers.

Google June 3, 2019

Play Store Now Rolling Out Material Design Revamp: Check It Out

Play Store now has a fresh new look. At long last, Material Design has finally arrived on the service, dropping tired old design changes for a cleaner, less cluttered look and feel.

Google June 1, 2019

Unknown ‘Media Device’ By Google Suddenly Shows Up On FCC

Per a new FCC filing, it appears Google is preparing an unknown media device. Speculation suggests it’s a new portable Nest smart home product, but no one knows for sure.

Google June 1, 2019

Google To No Longer Allow Regular Chrome Users To Use Ad Blockers

Google is set to implement changes on how Chrome extensions would work. By the same token, ad blocking on the browser will no longer be available to regular users.

Google May 31, 2019

Google Is Making Chrome OS And Android More Integrated Like iOS And macOS

Uncovered lines of code suggest Google is working for a more integrated ecosystem shared by both Chrome OS and Android. There’s no guarantee of these improvements ever coming out, of course.

Google May 27, 2019

Google Search, Maps, And Assistant Can Now Take Your Food Delivery Orders

Google's new service lets users place food delivery orders using only Search, Maps, or Assistant. That way, they won't have to use an app or anything like it anymore.

Google May 24, 2019

Think Google Duplex Is So Amazing? That’s Because Humans Are Actually Behind Some Calls

Google confirms 25 percent of Duplex calls are initiated by actual humans from a call center. But eventually, Google wants to remove humans out of equation.

Google May 23, 2019

Google's Glass Enterprise Edition 2 Goes Official With A $999 Price Tag

Google's new Glass Enterprise Edition 2 has finally been announced. It has a lot of improvements over its predecessor, such as a better processor and camera, and it's more affordable at $999 too.

Google May 21, 2019

Google Smart Displays Get Revamped Interface, New Homescreen

Google has made some adjustments to the Smart Display interface. The homescreen, for starters, is now not always stark-white, and several icons are gone for a cleaner, more streamlined look.

Google May 20, 2019

Google's 'My Case' Is No Longer Available

Google doesn't offer its 'My Case' and 'Live Case' programs anymore. From the look of things, it stopped the service when it announced the new Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL phones at the I/O 2019 developer conference.

Google May 20, 2019

Google Has Been Secretly Tracking All Your Purchases Through Gmail

Google says it stores purchases to keep them all in one place. It claims it doesn’t use this information to target Gmail users with personalized ads.

Google May 19, 2019

Prepare To See Even More Ads On Google Apps

Google wants to serve up more ads on mobile. Soon, you’ll see them all over Google’s apps and services, including Gmail, YouTube, the Google app, and others.

Google May 16, 2019

Google’s Bluetooth Titan Security Keys Aren’t So Safe After All

If you’re using Google’s Bluetooth Titan Security Key, practice caution. The company has confirmed a security bug so serious that it’s going to issue free replacements to all existing users.

Google May 16, 2019

Google’s New Translatotron Converts Languages Directly And Talks Like You

Translatotron employs a sequence-to-sequence network model that looks at spectrograms to generate translations that sound like you. With this, Google hopes to open up future developments in the arena of translations.

Google May 16, 2019

Bought A Faulty Original Pixel? Google Might Pay You $500 Thanks To A Lawsuit Settlement

If you bought the original Pixel or Pixel XL and experienced microphone problems, you’re in luck. Google might pay you up to $500 if you’re eligible.

Google May 15, 2019

Pixel 3a Has A Headphone Jack Because Users At This Price Point Need 'Flexibility,' According To Google

As Google explains, the Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL have a headphone jack because buyers at this price point need 'flexibility.' That said, there's a good chance the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL will not have one.

Google May 13, 2019

Heads Up Sonos Owners: Google Assistant Is Coming Your Way

As promised back in 2017, Google Assistant is finally heading to Sonos’ smart speakers. Sonos had missed its original 2018 target but now support is finally coming soon.

Google May 11, 2019

Short On Credit? Google Play Store Now Lets Some People Pay In Cash

Pending transactions are now live in Japan and Mexico, and Google plans to roll it out to more developing countries over time. The option lets user buy apps and pay for them in cash at convenience stores.

Google May 11, 2019

Here's How To Disable Google Assistant If You've Had Enough Of It

Google Assistant isn't just a fun chatting partner when there's no one else around, but it's also really helpful in carrying out tasks. It's not for everyone, though, so it's a good thing it's easy to disable.

Google May 10, 2019

All Pixel Phones Are Getting A New Time Lapse Mode

Time Lapse mode is now available on all Pixel phones, including the very first ones. Simply open the Google Camera app, enter Time Lapse mode, set and adjust as you like, and witness a sped-up passage of time.

Google May 9, 2019

Google Says It’s Already Developing A Foldable Phone, But Don’t Count On One Soon

Google is looking into foldable technology. In fact, it’s already made a number of prototypes, but it doesn’t see a clear purpose for the new and much-hyped-about form factor yet.

Google May 8, 2019

Augmented Reality Is Coming To Google Search, Here’s What That Means

Instead of reading about the solar system, Google Search can just show you how it works. Augmented reality is being integrated into Google’s Search platform, which should make learning more dynamic.

Google May 8, 2019

Android Q To Introduce Live Captions And Subtitles To Any Content

Users can access Live Captions on Android Q by clicking any of the volume buttons on their device. It will literally transcribe any audio or video from any app.

Google May 9, 2019

Stopping Google Assistant Alarms With Voice Commands Just Became More Natural

Google Assistant is receiving a new feature that makes stopping alarms and timers easier. Now users can simply say 'stop' to turn them off, without having to say 'Hey Google' or 'OK Google.'

Google May 8, 2019

Chrome Users Can Soon Limit Tracking Cookies With New Privacy Tools: Report

According to a report, Google's Chrome is going to get new privacy tools that can limit tracking cookies and the like. That way, users will have more control over their online data on the browser.

Google May 6, 2019

90,000 Terrorist Videos Removed From YouTube, Google Reveals

In an attempt to track down extremist content on YouTube, Google checked a million videos with suspected terrorism content. Almost 10 percent of the uploaded videos violated their terrorism policy.

Google May 3, 2019

Google To Add A New Feature That Auto-Deletes Your Location History, Web And App Activity

Google will make managing user data a whole deal easier 'in the coming weeks.' To be exact, it's launching new controls that can automatically delete web and app activity or location history.

Google May 2, 2019

Google Admits Slow Pixel 3 Sales, Hints At New Midrange Phone At I/O Event

Pixel phone sales slowed down this past quarter, says Google, citing mounting market pressure, high prices, and decreased demand as the main causes. It might launch the midrange Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL devices to recover from this.

Google April 30, 2019

Google Pixel 3a Spotted On Geekbench, Just Days Ahead Of Its Unveiling

Ahead of its official unveiling, the Pixel 3a has showed up on Geekbench. The entry corroborates specs that have been leaked and rumored in the past, particularly its 4 GB of RAM and Android 9 Pie operating system.

Google April 29, 2019

Google Assistant's 'Tell Me A Story' Feature Makes Bedtime Stories Available Anytime, Anywhere

Google Assistant can now read stories from a phone or tablet with 'Tell Me a Story.' Previously, the feature was available only on Google Home speakers.

Google April 27, 2019

Google Slashes $200 Off The Pixel 3 And Its Larger Brother

Google's Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL phones have been made available online with huge discounts of at least $200. Even more discounts await those who can bring compatible models to trade in.

Google April 28, 2019

Google Home Users Can Now Access YouTube Music For Free, If They Can Stand Ads

There’s no way to pick songs individually, but at least the free tier of YouTube Music is finally available on any smart speaker powered by Google Assistant. Expect ads, of course.

Google April 19, 2019

Google System Updates Could Soon Be Downloadable From The Play Store

Instead of hiding the update tool deep within the Settings menu, Google might put it somewhere people always visit: the Play Store. Google System Updates could soon be as easy as downloading apps.

Google April 17, 2019

Google Play Store To Receive Material Design Revamp: Check It Out

Play Store receives a fresh new look as part of a Material Design overhaul. No word yet on when Google plans to roll it out to users, though.

Google April 13, 2019

Google+ Is Back From The Dead … Sort Of

Google+ will live on as Google Currents, an enterprise-only communication tool, but its future doesn’t seem that bright, either. Between Hangouts Chat and Currents, one could get axed eventually.

Google April 13, 2019

Google Assistant Comes To G Suite With Calendar Integration

It’s hard to believe, but Google Assistant is finally integrated within G Suite. There’s not a lot to try at the moment, but soon G Suite customers will be able to summon Google Assistant to do Calendar-related tasks.

Google April 11, 2019

Google Is Forcing Ads On Android TV Owners: Here’s How To Disable Them

Google’s latest pilot program for Android TV shows ads without warning, users report. Some have figured out a workaround to get rid of the pesky ads.

Google April 6, 2019

Google May Have Leaked Pixel 3a, Pixel 3a XL Specs And Release Date

Profile entries of 'sargo' and 'bonito' have been added to the Google Play Developer Console, along with specs and a potential release date. These code names are believed to refer to the Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL.

Google April 5, 2019

Google Duplex Is Rolling Out To Non-Pixel Smartphones And iPhones

Google has begun expanding Duplex's range of supported devices. Now more non-Pixel Android devices and iPhones with the Google Assistant app installed are compatible with the automated calling feature.

Google April 3, 2019

Google, Walmart Team Up To Let Users Buy Groceries With Google Assistant

Walmart adds Google Assistant as a shopping option seemingly to take on Amazon. What’s great is Walmart Voice Order uses information from your previous purchases to predict what you’re trying to buy.

Google April 3, 2019

Google Android Security Report: Installs Of 'Potentially Harmful Apps' On Google Play Doubled In 2018

Google has published its annual Android security report. Based on the company's findings, the Android ecosystem became generally safer in 2018, despite a twofold increase in 'potentially harmful apps.'

Google April 2, 2019

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