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Google Maps Is Starting To Show Traffic Lights On Android

Read the original post: Google Maps is Starting to Show Traffic Lights on Android With the launch of iOS 13 a year ago, Apple introduced a feature into Apple Maps that even Google Maps had yet to implement. Apple added traffic lights and stop signs,...
Related topics: Android, Mobile Technology, Ios, Apple

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More Smart Home Shed Types, Traits Introduced By Google

Google is really serious about going deeper into the smart home game. It introduced the SHED system, short for Smart Home Entertainment Device. It’s a new system of smart home devices that includes a TV, remote, and set-top box. It also involves...

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This App Solves The Biggest Problem With Video Calls That Google And Zoom Haven't Been Able To...

Mmhmm is an app that will eventually allow people to virtually share their screen with others in a video call while also remaining in the picture. Founded by ex-Evernote CEO Phil Libin, the app will let you share your presentation, a web browser, or...
Related topics: Tech Videos, Evernote

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Lilbits 7-07-2020: Xiaomi Mi Tv Stick Gets Fcc Certification, Google Loon Goes Live In Kenya

The Xiaomi Mi TV Stick is expected to be one of the smallest Android TV devices to date, packing the guts of a powerful media streamer into a small stick that plugs into the HDMI port of your television. In May Xiaomi confirmed it was planning to...
Related topics: Android, Mobile Technology

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Microsoft’s Android Strategy Ready To Move To The Next Level

The Android ecosystem is becoming more and more important for Microsoft, and the Redmond-based software giant is getting ready to make the switch from a mobile app and services company to a hardware developer focused on Google’s operating...
Related topics: Microsoft, Microsoft Surface, Android, Android Apps, Mobile Technology

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Meet 18 Firms Solving Companies' Giant Problems Selling And Advertising On Amazon

Amazon has the third-largest advertising business after Google and Facebook. As Amazon's ad business grows, a number of third-party tech companies and agencies have emerged to help marketers navigate the e-commerce giant. Business Insider identified...
Related topics: Amazon, Amazon (AMZN), Social Media, Facebook

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Nearby Sharing Now Live In Latest Chrome Os Canary Build

Just a few weeks after reports indicated Google was developing its Nearby Sharing feature for Chrome, Chrome Story now has it working. Nearby Sharing, for the unfamiliar, is a new wireless function for sharing content between devices. It works...
Related topics: Chrome

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Google+ Finally Gone After Google Rebrands Mobile Apps As ‘currents’

Google+ is truly gone now. After shutting down personal accounts last year, Google as officially replaced the failed social network’s enterprise-facing variant with Google Currents. The demise of Google+ has been long in the making. Google...

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Short Google Calendar Events Will No Longer Be Displayed As 30-minutes Entries

Some people live in Google Calendar and have picked up on how shorter entries are visualized in the exact same way as 30-minute events. This is now changing to “better reflect the true duration of the event.” more… The post Short...

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Gmail For Ipad Now Supports Split View Multitasking

Tired of jumping between your iPad’s Gmail and Safari apps for promo codes and password resets? Google just added Split View multitasking to its Gmail app, so you can quickly set Gmail side-by-side with your browser, a notes app, or your photo...
Related topics: Gmail, Ipad, Tablets, Tech Photos

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Google's Loon Launches Service In Kenya

Loon says it's now providing service over a 50,000 square kilometer region to subscribers of Telkom Kenya.
Related topics: Kenya

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Rejoice! Google Fiber Comes To First New City In Four Years

Stephen Silver Technology, Americas A big breakthrough? Google Fiber was launched in 2010, with an aim towards providing very fast Internet service in U.S. cities. The service was built out in the Kansas City area first, while also establishing a...

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9to5mac Daily: July 07, 2020 – tim Cook To Testify, More Iphone 12 Rumors

Listen to a recap of the top stories of the day from 9to5Mac. 9to5Mac Daily is available on iTunes and Apple’s Podcasts app, Stitcher, TuneIn, Google Play, or through our dedicated RSS feed for Overcast and other podcast players. Sponsored by...
Related topics: 9to5mac, Iphone, Mobile Technology, Technology Rumors, ITunes, Apple, Podcasts

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Google Duo Ups Group Call Limit To 32 People On Android

It’s been a bit of a wait, but Google’s excellent Duo video chat service now allows up to 32 participants in a group call. This isn’t the first time that Google has increased the limit for group video and audio calls on Duo. Back...
Related topics: Android, Mobile Technology, Tech Videos

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Alphabet’s Loon Now Providing Commercial Internet Service In Kenya Via Balloons

A little over seven years ago, Google revealed that it was working to provide internet via balloons floating in the stratosphere. Loon, now an independent Alphabet company, today announced its first commercial operation in partnership with an...

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Leaked Trailer Shows Orcs Must Die! 3 Will Be Free Stadia Pro Title

Since launch, Google Stadia has been amassing a collection of timed exclusive “First on Stadia” titles, including Get Packed, Embr, and most recently Crayta. The next Stadia exclusive to release, Orcs Must Die! 3, has had its launch...

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How To Find Investors For Your Mobile App 

Just suppose you encounter an idea to develop an app. Whatever your purpose with the app is, your next should be to register the app on the App Store and Google Play Store. Then you suddenly realize you need investment for that and maybe you...

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Google Brings Dark Mode To Docs, Sheets And Slides On Android

Google is adding dark mode, or “dark theme support,” to Google Docs, Sheets and Slides on Android, it announced today. Users will be able to select the dark theme in settings or toggle the feature on and off in each app. As in other apps, this...
Related topics: Android, Android Apps, Mobile Technology

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City Builds Open-access Broadband Network With Google Fiber As Its First Isp

Enlarge / Illustration of fiber-optic cables. (credit: Getty Images | Tetra Images) Google Fiber's wireline broadband is expanding to a new city for the first time in several years as part of a public-private partnership to build an open-access...

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That's Infotainment, That's Infotainment: Android Automotive Os Goes Virtual With New Reference...

The screech of brakes and lamplights blinking... Google and pals tackle heterogeneous hardware subsystems Google, chipmaker Qualcomm and transportation tech firm OpenSynergy have teamed up to create a reference platform for virtualising Android...
Related topics: Android, Mobile Technology, Qualcomm

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