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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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Google Messages is testing Snapchat-like effects
Jun29

Google Messages is testing Snapchat-like effects

Google Messages is getting all the attention these days—and this might not be unconnected with Google’s desire to give Apple’s iMessage a run for the money. In the last couple of months, we have experienced a positive transformation of the app—bringing it almost at per with iMessage; though a couple of things still need to be done. XDA Developers have now uncovered Instagram or if you prefer to call it Snapchat-like effects. Guys at...

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Google is launching an Android version of iMessage called “Chat”
Jun24

Google is launching an Android version of iMessage called “Chat”

Google is adding an Android version of Apple’s iMessage called Chat—one that will provide read receipts and to indicate when someone is typing. Chat is expected to be launched in the UK and France before the end of June, and Android users will be able to opt into the new texting service when it is finally launched. Chat, like iMessage, offers you an easier way to texts on your Android phone because it provides you with read receipts...

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Google Search for Android testing a new way to share searches
Jun22

Google Search for Android testing a new way to share searches

A new and easy way to share your searches on Google Search app for Android is currently in beta state, and could soon be available. Trust me, the new way is actually cool, but there is no way you can access it unless of course, you have already signed on as a beta tester. Luckily, I have a screenshot of the new share button sitting comfortably beside the microphone button on the Google Search app for Android. Trust me, this new way of...

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Google Pay deepens PayPal integration to now include online merchants
Jun22

Google Pay deepens PayPal integration to now include online merchants

After successfully adding PayPal as a payment method in Android Pay [now Google Pay] two years ago, Google is again building on the many successes achieved with that integration. Last Thursday, Google Pay announced that PayPal will be further integrated into its app—this time around, merchants can choose to enable PayPal as a payment method in their Google Pay integration. This can be done in either of these ways—if Google Pay has...

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