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Google News replaces Google Newsstand with AI-powered features
May18

Google News replaces Google Newsstand with AI-powered features

Virtually every Google app is being integrated with artificial intelligence. That of course, is the way to go considering how vastly improved AI has been in the last few years. Apparently, everyone that matters in the tech world is integrating AI, and Google is not shying away from being at the forefront. Your favorite news app, Google Newsstand is not just being integrated with AI, it is also getting a new name—Google News. With a...

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YouTube to launch its own music streaming service next week
May18

YouTube to launch its own music streaming service next week

YouTube A new music streaming service from Google is coming soon—next week as a matter of fact. YouTube Music is the new streaming service Google is set to launch next week, and will become an addition to an already saturated field. The exact launch date according to the company’s official blog is May 22nd. YouTube Music just as the name suggests, will be dedicated solely for music—including songs, albums, playlists and artist radio....

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Instagram will let you share feed posts as stickers to Stories
May18

Instagram will let you share feed posts as stickers to Stories

When you come across something in feed that inspires you — like a post from a friend raising money for a cause or a photo of a new design from your favorite brand — you can now quickly share that post as a sticker to your story for your friends and followers to see. The Facebook subsidiary rolled out the new update on Thursday, which sort of changes the way you have always used Stories. Instagram wants to make its own version of...

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Facebook Messenger now offers an easier way to report conversation
May16

Facebook Messenger now offers an easier way to report conversation

Facebook has been rolling out loads of updates across its apps and services recently. This is not coming as a surprise considering the widespread criticism that greeted the recent Cambridge Analytical data scandal. The latest change made by Facebook is one that affects its messaging app, Messenger. In a Newsroom post on Tuesday, the company announced that it has now added an easier way for users to report violations. Users, according...

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Snapchat bows to popular demand—replaces redesign with another redesign
May12

Snapchat bows to popular demand—replaces redesign with another redesign

Snapchat is rolling out a redesign to replace the controversial redesign it rolled out not quite long ago. Recall that the redesign caused so much uproar among Snapchat users that thousands of people signed petitions on change.org to have it reversed. At the last count, over 1.2 million people had signed to have the new design ditched. The target according to the site is 1.5 million, but that may no longer be necessary since the...

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Google Pay adds peer-to-peer payments in select markets
May11

Google Pay adds peer-to-peer payments in select markets

Was not quite long-ago Google replaced Android Pay with Google Pay and also unified Wallet to make its new product more competitive with other rival services. Things are now beginning to take a better shape as the app now boasts of a set of newly added features to make it a one-stop payment app—Google Pay is adding peer-to-peer payments, boarding passes, tickets and even more. The peer-to-peer payments feature along with online...

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