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Google is rolling out a redesigned News Tab in Search on desktop
Jul12

Google is rolling out a redesigned News Tab in Search on desktop

Google has announced a new design for News Tab in Search on desktop. Just last year, Google overhauled its news app, and continued to add new updates and changes since then. The same cannot be said of the desktop version as it remained stagnant and never welcomed any change lately. Things will no longer stay the same as new changes are on their way according to the search engine giant. The new design was teased by the Google News...

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Google simplifies online payments with Google Pay in Chrome
Jul05

Google simplifies online payments with Google Pay in Chrome

Online payment with Google Pay has now been simplified on Google by Google. Users who want to make payments on Google Chrome no longer need to have the Google sync option turned on—access to autofill for payments only requires you to sign into your Google Account while using a desktop. The new update announced by Google, enables you to access previously saved payment information in your Google Account. Shopping online just got easier...

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Google calls time on travel app Google Trips
Jul05

Google calls time on travel app Google Trips

In a month’s time; precisely August 5, Google’s travelling app Trips will no longer be available. Apparently the app has failed to live to expectations, and there is no point in keeping it. Google announced during the course of the week that the Android-based app will be retired on August 5. Google Trips made its debut three years ago with so much promised. Specifically, it was created to help both individual and business travellers...

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Google Photos could soon let you manually tag faces it doesn’t recognize
Jul04

Google Photos could soon let you manually tag faces it doesn’t recognize

Google Photos, one of the most popular and regularly updated products from the company could soon let you manually tag faces it doesn’t recognize. Of course, it is not possible for the app to recognize all faces in your library, and that is what makes adding a tag feature so important. Product lead at Google Photos David Lieb made this known on Twitter in an unusual open Twitter dialogue per Engadget. Lieb had asked users what change...

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Google Lens can now provide info about arts and stories behind them
Jul04

Google Lens can now provide info about arts and stories behind them

Google Lens is now equipped with the ability to provide you with more information about arts and designs, and the artists behind them. This is coming as a result of a new collaboration between Google and Wescover, a San Francisco-based startup building a catalog of local artists and their works. Wescover said it is collaborating with Google to provide Google Lens with information about art and design installation. That is taking the...

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Google, Ethics, and the Chinese Market
Jul04

Google, Ethics, and the Chinese Market

Google, Ethics, and the Chinese Market   For an Internet business, China is indeed a very juicy country. It has approximately 800 million active Internet users. With this number, it is safe to say that even if a business flunked in all countries except this Asian giant, they would still be afloat and practically fluid! In 2006, Google launched a Chinese version of Google in China. However, in 2010, or after just roughly four...

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