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Fitbit will Remove Google Sign-in Support
Dec29

Fitbit will Remove Google Sign-in Support

Fitbit Transitioning to Google Accounts  Image Fitbit is saying goodbye to Google sign-in. It has been sending a warning message to users. It does so to provide them with an improved experience.  But there’s no date yet when it will happen. Fitbit warns that users must know the email and password used for Fitbit.  In 2019, Google bought Fitbit for $2.1 billion. Since the acquisition, Google didn’t have a say in Fitbit’s business,...

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Google Nest Hub Sleep Sensing Update: It’s Free Through 2023
Dec27

Google Nest Hub Sleep Sensing Update: It’s Free Through 2023

Sleep Sensing is Free for Another year Image In March last year, Google stated that Sleep Sensing on Nest Hub would be a paid feature. This feature is powered by Soli technology that debuted on the Pixel 4. Perhaps, the company hasn’t decided yet how it will charge its users of Nest Hub.  The Google Store product page of Nest Hub was updated to say that the feature is free until next year. It’s planning to integrate it into Fitbit...

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Google Lens can now help with your doctor’s bad handwriting
Dec19

Google Lens can now help with your doctor’s bad handwriting

Image Credit: TechCrunch Doctors are good people, and we all appreciate how much efforts they make to keep us healthy. However, one common issues most of us have when it comes to understanding a doctor’s prescription, is their handwriting. Most times, it is difficult understanding what a doctor writes; but that is about to come to an end with Google Lens offering a helping hand. The search engine giant is set to have a go at making...

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Google’s Client-Side Encryption for Gmail
Dec19

Google’s Client-Side Encryption for Gmail

Google’s client-side encryption for Gmail is now in beta.  Client-Side Encryption for Gmail Accessible to Some Customers  This feature is only accessible to customers on Google Workspace Enterprise Plus. You can also use it if you’re a customer of Education Plus or Education Standard.  Thus, this feature excludes personal Google accounts. And if you are using older G Suite Basic and Business plans, you won’t get the feature for...

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Android 13 for TV is out
Dec05

Android 13 for TV is out

Android 13 for TV has been officially released. But don’t expect to see it on consumer devices soon. Google says it’s more of a developer milestone than anything else. Android TV updates have slower and less broad schedules than its Android for mobile counterpart. Google’s own Chromecast devices only received Android 12 for TV earlier this year. Android 13 adds further customizations to improve the user experience and increase...

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Google Messages launches E2E for group messages
Dec04

Google Messages launches E2E for group messages

Image Credit: Android Police Google has spent much of the few years building and improving its Messages app. Truth is, there remains a lot to be done, but much have changed in the last couple of weeks though. The good news is that some lucky Google Messages users are starting to see the mush-awaited security feature-end-to-end chat. The feature was first announced by Google sometimes in May, and Wednesday’s announcement will gladden...

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