Google announced a new app called YouTube Go. It’s designed to help users in developing countries (with limited connectivity) to save videos for offline viewing.
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Last month Google launched its new video calling app, Duo. Today the company followed up that release with its messaging companion called Allo.
There are several cool tricks you can do with Google and Bing. The one we want to show you here is you can check the time anywhere in the world with a quick search.
Today Google Released a new Video Chat app called Google Duo. It’s free, secure and simple to use. I wonder if anyone will use it?
Two-factor authentication is a great security measure, and I can’t recommend to you enough how important it is to enable it to your Google account.
Over the past couple weeks, Google has been out several neat new apps for iOS. The latest one from the Googleplex is called Motion Stills. Here’s a look.
Google Spaces could be a Trojan horse that might become an alternative to what Facebook has become more of lately, a news feed aggregator.
Google keeps recordings of all of your voice activity using “OK Google”. Searches, voice dictations, commands are all saved. Here’s how to delete them all.
The Nexus Player, powered by Google’s Android TV, has been removed from the Google Play Store’s hardware section. Android TV lives on, though.
Google announced at its annual Google I/O 2016 conference that Google Play store will make an appearance on the company’s Chrome OS.
After Microsoft launched Word Flow for iOS, Google released its own iOS keyboard called Gboard. It brings its powerful search engine to your fingertips.
If you leave your Android phone on the nightstand while sleeping and annoyed by beeps and buzzes when you get a notification. Silence it with Do not Disturb.
The Google Photos iOS app doesn’t support Live Photo uploads. Here’s how to get your iPhone Live Photos into Google Photos, and why you totally should.
Windows Task Manager lets you monitor which tasks and programs are eating up system resources. But did you know Google Chrome has its own?