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Gboard has enabled screenshot sharing in clipboard
May14

Gboard has enabled screenshot sharing in clipboard

Image Credit: Play Store A small but handy feature has been added to Gboard—you will now be able to share screenshot via the popular keyboard app. This ability to easily share screenshot via Gboard further enhances the popularity of the app as one of the best keyboard apps available on mobile. A message in Gboard will popup asking if you would like to add screenshots to it to make sharing easier. If you agree to turn on the new...

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Google Search on the web finally rolls out dark mode
May12

Google Search on the web finally rolls out dark mode

Google Search has finally rolled out dark mode on the web. This probably marks the end of a long test that began sometime last year. The feature is gradually rolling out to users on macOS devices and Windows 10 [also available on Windows 8]. The Google Search dark theme was first spotted by social media commentator Matt Navarra who posted a snapshot on his Twitter page. When I ran a quick check, I discovered that it was already...

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Google to enroll users in 2FA by default
May07

Google to enroll users in 2FA by default

Image Credit: Google Google has announced that all users will be enrolled in its two-factor authentication by default. Two-factor authentication also known as 2FA, is a more secure way of logging in to your account without the need for a password. You will receive a prompt on your smartphone to verify or authenticate that an attempt to login with your Google account is legitimate. Google in a blog post, described “passwords are the...

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Google sued for downgrading links to MailOnline articles
Apr21

Google sued for downgrading links to MailOnline articles

Image Credit: ABC One of Britain’s popular online publishers MailOnline, has sued Google for allegedly downgrading links to its content. MailOnline is claiming that the search engine giant hid links to its articles on topics such as “Meghan Markle” and “Piers Morgan,” and this has now prompted the publishing company to sue Google.   Mail claims that Google has too much control over the online ads market, and systematically downgrading...

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Google Photos could soon welcome a more advanced search filter
Apr18

Google Photos could soon welcome a more advanced search filter

Image Credit: Jane Manchun Wong Google Photos is everyone’s favorite photo app; and for many good reasons too. The app is not only foot at organising your photos and saving them on the cloud, it makes sorting your memorable moments easy. Google Photos is about to get even better with a new feature that could soon be added. Per our reliable Jane Manchun Wong, Google is working on “search result refinement filters.”...

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Google releases new insights on consumption trends in Google Ads
Apr16

Google releases new insights on consumption trends in Google Ads

The COVID-19 pandemic not only changed social media usage, but also online shopping trends. It has been harder for marketers to catch up with the changes in their target audiences. And it has altered how they optimize their campaigns. To avoid overwhelming the marketers, Google has added new insights for emerging trends in Google Ads. The insights come from Google users’ online search activity. It will inform marketers what...

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