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WhatsApp backups will no longer count against your quota on Google Drive
Aug17

WhatsApp backups will no longer count against your quota on Google Drive

Some cheery news for all those who rely heavily on Google Drive when it comes to storing their WhatsApp data. Starting from November 12, all WhatsApp backups will no longer count against your quota—and that means more free space to store other things. What that means is that you don’t have to lose all or some of your chat history on WhatsApp because you have exhausted your free storage share on Google Drive. What you should do as a...

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3 tips on how to create a flexible corporate travel policy
Aug16

3 tips on how to create a flexible corporate travel policy

In the past, there wasn’t much room for flexibility in most company travel policies. In order to ensure expenses were reigned in, there were a lot of compliance and spending-related guidelines. The result of a highly restrictive corporate travel policy is often that employees feel resentful and see travel as a burden. Overly rigid corporate travel policies can also be counterproductive in terms of saving money because employees may...

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Google Classroom has a refreshing new look, new Classwork page added
Aug08

Google Classroom has a refreshing new look, new Classwork page added

Simplicity and ease of use were the two main features that characterized its Classroom upon launch—nothing has changed since then really. As a matter of fact, the company is continuing in the same line with the addition of more cute features that will make learning a lot of fun for both teachers and students. “From the very beginning, Google Classroom focused on simplifying tech, so that teachers and students could spend time on...

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Opera becomes first browser to add crypto wallet
Aug08

Opera becomes first browser to add crypto wallet

Opera continues to take a giant step towards making its browser friendly to people with passion for trading in cryptocurrency. Recall that the browser added a built-in protection against cryptojacking last January, and has now followed that up by adding a crypto wallet—thus becoming the first major browser to do that. The feature, which is currently only an invite-only one because it is still in its beta stage, will ease the process...

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Amazon’s Alexa will notify you when it has answers to old questions
Aug08

Amazon’s Alexa will notify you when it has answers to old questions

A new day, a new update to Alexa’s ever expanding vocabulary of knowledge. The smart assistant from Amazon has just added a new update that will alert you when there is an answer to a previously unanswered question. The new update called ‘Answer Update,’ according to TechCrunch, will notify you when Alexa learns the answer to the question it didn’t know when it was first asked. This update is just an indication that the smart home...

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Google preparing to add email scheduling to Gmail
Aug04

Google preparing to add email scheduling to Gmail

While there is no official confirmation that email scheduling is coming to Gmail, it does offer us something to be excited about. The top tier business exec is already battling with dozens of things to do, and he cannot possibly attend to every mail that drops in to his inbox—and even when he does have the time to do that, he barely has the time to respond to everyone of them. That said, his Gmail email does not afford him the chance...

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