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Chrome Dark Mode For Windows 10 Arrives – But There’s A Catch

After arriving on macOS last month, Chrome’s dark mode is finally making its way to Windows 10 today. The feature is shipping as part of Chrome 74, which is beginning its roll out to Mac, Windows, and Linux users. Google, unfortunately, is...
Related topics: Chrome, Linux

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High-resolution Pixel 3a Leak Reveals The Design Of Google’s Next Phone

Much like the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Fold before it, Google's Pixel 3a appears to have leaked in full ahead of its unveiling next month. On Wednesday morning, VentureBeat's Evan Blass piled on with a leak of his own -- a high-resolution Pixel 3a...
Related topics: Space

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Area 120’s Touring Bird Now Curates Travel Activities For 200 Cities

Back in September, Area 120 launched Touring Bird as a web app to help travelers find and customize tickets and tours. Originally featuring 20 cities, the Google service now provides curated activities for 200 destinations around the world. ...

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Report: Amazon Gave Alexa ‘reviewers’ Access To Customer Location Data, Audio Clips

Smart speakers are inherently terrifying to many users. After all, an always listening speaker could gather a lot of data on you. Now, a report has revealed that Google’s competitor Amazon is apparently giving a team of Alexa...
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Review: Anker Roav Bolt Adds Google Assistant To The Car W/ Convenience Even Android Auto Can’t...

Google is on a mission to bring the Assistant basically everywhere. Its latest endeavor? Google Assistant powered car accessories and the first of those is the Anker Roav Bolt. Here’s why it’s the most convenient way to bring Assistant...
Related topics: Android, Mobile Technology

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Google Drive Files Now Work Offline, Here’s How To Turn It On.

One of the largest flaws of Google Docs is its reliance on the web. While the Office Suite can compete with Microsoft for normal uses, the requirement that users be online at all times limited is usefulness for people who had poor internet...
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Childish Gambino And Google Team Up For A Multiplayer Ar App

Google and Childish Gambino are teaming up again for another augmented reality experience. Following the arrival of the Coachella headliner as a Playmoji on Pixel cameras earlier this year, the pair have released a multiplayer app called Pharos AR....

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Indian Court Lifts Ban On Tiktok In India

An Indian state court has reversed its ban on TikTok, allowing the short-video app to return to both Apple and Google’s app stores, according to a report this morning from Reuters. Earlier this month, India’s Ministry of Electronics and...
Related topics: India, World Videos, Reuters

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It’s Now Easier To Find Work-from-home Jobs In Google Search

Over the course of the last year or so, Google started adding more job search features to its search engine. Today, it’s expanding this program by also making it easier to find work-from-home jobs. Typically, when you searched for a job like...

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Yo, Here Is The Pixel 3a

Google has May 7 penciled into the calendar to announce something Pixel-related. It’s pretty obvious after numerous leaks that they’ll reveal the Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL, two phones we believe to be budget-friendly. Pictures of each...

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Google Fit Launches On Iphone With Apple Health And Apple Watch Integration

Over four years after debuting on Android, and following a significant redesign last year, Google Fit is now available on iOS. The fitness tracking app can track workout sessions completed with both an Apple Watch or a Wear OS smartwatch, and...

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What Is G Suite, Anyway?

G Suite is a collection of enterprise-based products—like Gmail, Drive, Docs, Sheets, and so on—offered by Google via a monthly subscription platform to help streamline your business. But what’s the difference between it and the...
Related topics: Gmail

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Chrome No Longer Lets Websites Track You In Incognito Mode

Incognito Mode is meant to allow for private browsing but it has been possible for websites to track if the visitor is using the mode or not. Google has now made it impossible for websites to do that. However, this functionality is disabled by...
Related topics: Chrome

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Verizon 5g And Broadband Customers To Get Youtube Tv

Verizon is working with Google to provide its internet customers with streaming media. It has confirmed that both wireless 5G home and Fios broadband customers will receive YouTube TV, the company’s standalone online TV streaming service. It...
Related topics: Verizon Communications Inc, Youtube

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Google Fit Health And Activity App Launches On Ios

Google has announced the launch of its fitness and health app Google Fit on iOS. Starting today, iPhone owners can download Google Fit and use it to track their daily activities. The app focuses on two goals, Move Minutes and Heart Points, which...

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9to5mac Daily: April 24, 2019 — Airpods 3 Rumors

9Listen 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...
Related topics: 9to5mac, Technology Rumors, ITunes, Apple, Podcasts

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Computers In North Korea Run On Look-alike Mac Software Called 'red Star 3.0' — Here's What It's...

Almost every computer in North Korea runs on a North Korea-made operating system called "Red Star." A former Google employee purchased a copy of North Korea's operating system before returning to America, which lets us see what it's like to use a...

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How Google Saved Over 6 Million Pounds Of Food Waste In Its Cafés

Five years ago, Google starting measuring the quantity and value of food being tossed at its facilities. It’s still got a long way to go, but it’s an object lesson in how focusing on a problem can bring solutions. In a kitchen at...

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Google I/o 2019 App With Ar Navigation, Dark Mode For Android Rolling Out [gallery]

With Google I/O just 13 days away, the developer conference’s companion app has been updated for the 2019 edition. Available on Android, the Google I/O 2019 app will deliver alerts and provide directions for attendees, as well as a schedule...
Related topics: Android Apps, Android, Mobile Technology

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Childish Gambino Ar App Exclusive To Coachella 2019 & Pixel 3 Now Available For Android

Over the past two weekends, Google hosted an art installation at Coachella 2019 with Childish Gambino. Advertising the Pixel 3’s camera prowess, a central part of “Brighter in the Dark” was an AR app from the musician. Leveraging...
Related topics: Android Apps, Android, Mobile Technology

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