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Google Photos adds “Memories”—a feature that brings back old photos and videos
Sep13

Google Photos adds “Memories”—a feature that brings back old photos and videos

Google Photos has just added a cool new feature that brings those nostalgic feelings—old pictures and videos will now be brought back on their anniversaries. In a format that is almost like Instagram’s Stories, “Memories” will on the day of a particular’s anniversary bring back the good old feelings. “Starting today, you’ll see photos and videos from previous years at the top of your gallery in a new feature we’re calling Memories....

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Mozilla is testing a new VPN for enhanced security and privacy
Sep13

Mozilla is testing a new VPN for enhanced security and privacy

Mozilla is currently testing a new Virtual Private Network as part of its revitalized Firefox Test Pilot program. The company announced this in a blog post—inviting testers to come and have a feel of the new tool. Though, Firefox did not actually refer to the new tool as a VPN, the Firefox Private Network is designed to provide “a secure, encrypted path to the web.” “One of the key learnings from recent events is that there is growing...

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Google has started rolling out dark theme on Gmail app
Sep11

Google has started rolling out dark theme on Gmail app

By now most people would have lost count on the number of apps from Google that have been updated with the popular dark theme feature. Dark theme is not only common to Google; it is a feature virtually every social media company has come to embrace. However, Google seems to be the company with the most apps, and they are not shying away from adding the feature to every one of them. Now, one of the most popular apps in the world—Gmail,...

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Twitter adds a vital feature, but fans obviously want more
Sep11

Twitter adds a vital feature, but fans obviously want more

So, Twitter has just confirmed a new feature we reported about a couple of weeks ago. The feature, one that will allow you drag and drop your pictures before posting your tweets is already rolling out to some users and should be available to all pretty soon. The drag and drop feature was first spotted or shall I say uncovered by no less a person than Jane Manchun Wong. Jane posted the screenshot showing the new feature via her Twitter...

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Google has confirmed the imminent arrival of its subscription service “Play Pass”
Sep10

Google has confirmed the imminent arrival of its subscription service “Play Pass”

Google Play Pass, a subscription service expected to rival Apple’s Arcade will soon be launched. The imminent arrival of the service was made known by Google via the official Twitter account of Google Play on Monday. Google Play Pass is a subscription service that gives you access to loads of premium games and apps for a monthly payment of $5. This seems to be Google’s own response to Apple Arcade—and coincidentally, Google chose to...

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