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Google Maps For iOS Gets Parking Reminders

04/25/2017, Earlier this year Google Maps introduced a new feature to its app that allowed users to remember where they parked. This is versus more traditional methods where users would take photos to remember their parking spots. However the feature was only...

Google Starts Downranking Fake News

04/25/2017, The term fake news has been thrown around a lot over the past few months. It basically refers to the use of online mediums to spread stories that may not be entirely true. Facebook has been working hard to combat the spread of fake news on the...

Google Patents Drag-And-Drop Feature For Android

04/25/2017, While our smartphones are convenient little computers in our pockets, sometimes there are certain tasks that are much better accomplished with a computer. For example copying and pasting text isn’t quite as fast compared to a computer, although to...

Google’s 2017 Pixels Could Feature Snapdragon 835 Chipsets

04/24/2017, With the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 being the latest processor and top of the line model from Qualcomm, it isn’t surprising to see that many Android OEMs are adopting it and incorporating it into their flagships. This is also why it probably wouldn’t be...

Google Testing Copyless Paste Feature In Chrome For Android

04/24/2017, Back in March it was reported that Google was apparently testing out a feature for Android that would save users a couple of steps when it comes to copying and pasting text. This was done by predicting what users wanted to copy and it would then offer up...

Google Now Translates Local Reviews In Your Language

04/24/2017, It can be daunting to travel on your own and if you’re not familiar with the local language, it can be particularly difficult to even find something to eat if you have to take care of dietary restrictions. If you’ve ever faced that problem you...

YouTube Workshops Will Teach Teens How To Spot Fake News

04/24/2017, Fake news is a growing problem especially when it has the ability to mislead countries and people into making the wrong decision. So much so that in India, the government has stated that admins in WhatsApp group chats could be get in trouble should they...

Google Seeing An Increase In Government Data Requests

04/24/2017, Thanks to the leaked documents uploaded onto the internet by former CIA contractor Edward Snowden, the way we look at privacy has forever been changed. What was shocking was how governments have been spying on its citizens, which in turn has led tech...

Google Play Music Will Be Default Music App On Samsung Devices

04/21/2017, There was a point in time when it felt that Samsung might be growing a bit too big for Android, and we had reported that Google had to step in and tell Samsung to cut back on the customizations they were making to Android. Things have changed since then...

Some Pixel Phones Are Having Trouble With Backups

04/21/2017, It is always a good idea to keep your phone backed up whenever you can. This is because you never know what could happen where your phone could get stolen, damaged, lost, or some kind of bug/malware could brick it and wipe your device in an instant. At...

Google Home Now Supports Multiple Users

04/20/2017, The other day it was reported that Google Home could soon be getting support for multiple users. Google did not mention when exactly we can expect the feature, but as it turns out we didn’t have to wait too long because in a blog post, Google has...

Class-Action Lawsuit Filed Against Google & Huawei Over Nexus 6P

04/20/2017, The other day we reported that a lawsuit was being considered against Google and Huawei over the Nexus 6P’s bootloop issues. Turns out that the law firm that was investigating the case was decided to proceed with the lawsuit and has since officially...