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Google to disconnect Photos from Drive

Google has made an announcement that users won’t be able to synch Google Photos with Google drive soon. The company has made the decision to disconnect Photos from the drive in order to make the...  Read More

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Google Launches Its New Spam Protection Feature for Android

Tech Behemoth Google has launched a new feature called the spam protection feature. The new feature is designed for Android smartphones and will allow its users to safeguard their ...   Read More

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Google comes with a handy app called Chrome Canvas for quick doodles

Creating Doodles is a massive form of art today. It is great news for all those who love to create doodles as Google has launched a progressive web app for designing quick doodles....   Read More

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Google set to pump in $1 billion for its New York City campus

It seems that Silicon Valley in California is growing increasingly insufficient for large tech corporations that are looking to expand their footprint. Some of the largest players ...   Read More

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Android users can now make donations through the Google Play Store

The Google Play Store will now allow customers to make charitable donations to non-profit organizations from their Android device. Although it seems a bit odd to use the ...   Read More

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The World’s first Autonomous Ride Hailing Services is here

Autonomous cars are finally into the action. Google worked on the technology for almost ten years and now the tech giant has launched its self-driving ride-hailing services. The au...   Read More

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Google is shutting down its latest messaging app, Allo

It is official now! Google has announced that it is shutting down Allo;it’s yet another not very successful messaging app experiment. The news is not very surprising as ...   Read More

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Google’s Chromecast now supports multi-room music playback

Chromecast is a series of digital media players designed and owned by Google. Google has announced an interesting feature in Chromecast’s latest update that allows playing mu...   Read More

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Google halts its Contact Lenses Project

Diabetics may have to wait longer, as one of the projects based on the development of glucose –sensing contact lenses have been put on hold by Alphabet (Google’s parent...   Read More

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Google Honours Michael Dertouzous, the Man Who Predicted Impact of Internet

Tech giant Google pays honour to Michael Dertouzous, the famous computer scientist from Greece on his 82nd birthday. Through Google doodle, Dertouzos is being sketched with a chalk...   Read More

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Google Offers Fund to Universities for AI Research

Tech giant Google is offering funds to universities and various non-profit organizations to carryout research by utilizing AI and other technology to tackle problems. The total amo...   Read More


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