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Gmail’s Smart Compose goes live on iOS
Jun14

Gmail’s Smart Compose goes live on iOS

Finally, iPhone users can now use Smart Compose; a feature that was launched sometime last year on desktop, and not long after on Android. Smart Compose became instantly popular when launched on Google’s popular email service. It saves a lot of time when composing an email—allowing you to have more time for other things. Google first rolled out Smart Compose exclusively on Pixel 3; but later brought to Android phones. iOS users were...

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Skype brings screen sharing to iOS and Android
Jun04

Skype brings screen sharing to iOS and Android

Skype has taken its screen sharing feature to mobile—and is now available on iOS and Android. It is one of the most popular features in the Microsoft-owned app, and will may go a long way to help keep the video-chat app within a touching distance of other apps in the same category. “Starting today, we’re launching screen sharing on Android and iOS—along with multiple improvements to our mobile calling experience,” a statement on the...

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India is investigating Google over Android
May10

India is investigating Google over Android

Google seems to be swimming in troubled waters these days—the company is once again being investigated over alleged unfair edge it has over other competitors. This time around Google is not being investigated by Brussels, but by India. The India antitrust watchdog wants Google investigated whether it is abusing its Android dominant position to hurt rivals. Citing two sources familiar with the matter, Reuters reports that Google is...

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Google CEO Sundar Pichai keynote speech addresses privacy concerns
May08

Google CEO Sundar Pichai keynote speech addresses privacy concerns

  The chief exec of the world’s largest online search engine addressed on Tuesday privacy concerns about his company. He also told developers what to expect in future products. “Our work on privacy and security is never done, and we want to do more to stay ahead of constantly evolving user expectations. We’ve been working on a significant set of enhancements,” Google CEO Sundar Pichai said in his keynote speech at the Google I/O...

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Firefox browser for Android nearing its end with Fenix set to replace it
Apr27

Firefox browser for Android nearing its end with Fenix set to replace it

The Android version of Firefox browser is nearing its end as the company is set to replace it with Fenix. This is not coming as a surprise especially when you consider the fact that nothing much has been happening in terms of updating the Android version in recent times. This, however, won’t stop Mozilla from releasing Firefox 67 and 68 for Android as previously announced on the 14th of next month and July 9th. A document spotted by...

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BlackBerry Messenger will no longer be available from May 31
Apr18

BlackBerry Messenger will no longer be available from May 31

BlackBerry Messenger—does anyone still use that app these days? Well, for those who still do, the owners are calling it quit with one of world’s most popular messaging apps back in the days. BBM consumer version according to the company’s official blog, will bet sunset come May 31. The company said it had struggled to sustain its user base in the last couple of years, while adding new one remained a difficult task. The popularity and...

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