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YouTube’s Android app gets Incognito mode for videos
Jul11

YouTube’s Android app gets Incognito mode for videos

There are times when you feel like you need to have your YouTube browsing history or habits covered up—you just don’t like the idea of someone having access to your previously watched videos. Of course, you can erase your browsing history soon afterwards, but that is not enough tweak to keep Google off. There is some good news after all, YouTube is adding an Incognito mode so you can watch your videos privately on your Android device....

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Google Duo is rolling out multi-device support in latest update
Jul04

Google Duo is rolling out multi-device support in latest update

It feels great to know that Google’s increasingly popular video-calling app Duo is finally rolling out multi-device support. You can now sign into the Dup video calling app on multiple devices. Some users have been able to access the app on a separate device, which means using two devices for a single account. It works on Android devices, and you can as a matter of fact have people call you with Duo ringing on both devices...

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Google strongly denies reading users’ emails in Gmail
Jul04

Google strongly denies reading users’ emails in Gmail

Google has hit back at report from The Wall Street Journal that third-party developers as well as its employees have access to read users’ emails. Per Nine, Google defended the security processes of its Gmail service—claiming it conducts “automatic processing,” which is a computer controlled process. The process, according to the tech giant, is designed to prevent the proliferation of spam and phishing of users’ emails. According to...

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Gmail gives access to third-party app developers to read your mails
Jul03

Gmail gives access to third-party app developers to read your mails

Gmail Promises of respecting users’ privacy online will remain what they are—hoax. Perhaps, the only way not to get fooled with these empty promises is not to have a presence on the internet. Time and time again Facebook and the likes failed to match words with actions—are we ever going to see an end to all these invasion on our collective privacy? Just when we thought that things could not get any worse, The Wall Street Journal...

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Google Maps is coming up with Incident Reporting feature
Jun30

Google Maps is coming up with Incident Reporting feature

Apparently, some Android users of the Google Maps app have spotted a Waze-like feature that will probably be rolling out soon. Incident Reporting is a popular feature being used by Waze users to report incidences such including accidents, road work and the likes—and according to The Verge, the feature is now being tested by Google. The feature was first reported by Android Police in a Google Maps APK teardown two weeks ago. While...

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Google is testing a Pinterest-like image search feature on desktop
Jun29

Google is testing a Pinterest-like image search feature on desktop

Pinterest has a reputation for bringing innovation into visual search. It is about the most trusted place to visit when looking for inspirational ideas for decoration and the likes. So, it does not come as a surprise that Google is looking to the world’s catalogue of ideas for inspiration. Google, according to TechCrunch, has confirmed that it is testing an image search feature on desktop—just the way Pinterest works. The feature will...

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