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What’s New In Android O (Android 8)?

05/07/2018, Last year, Google released Android Oreo (i.e Android 8.0). Although it has been a year, not every smartphone is fortunate enough to get the Android Oreo upgrade. According to Google, only 4.9% of Android devices have got Android Oreo running and nearly...

Google And JBL Reveal A Hybrid Soundbar With Android TV

05/07/2018, Google today revealed that it has teamed up with JBL to develop a new hybrid soundbar that’s going to double as an Android TV-powered set-top box as well. It’s called the JBL Link Bar and it’s going to be an audio hub for the living...

YouTube Picture-In-Picture Mode Being Tested For Non-Red Users

05/07/2018, Android 8.0 Oreo brought support for picture-in-picture mode to Google’s mobile operating system, allowing nested playback even what an app was minimized by the user. Many apps have since been updated to support this mode and while Google was...


Google Lens Rolling Out To OnePlus Devices

05/07/2018, Google Lens is a visual search tool that was initially available on Google’s Pixel smartphones only. The company announced at the Mobile World Congress 2018 in Barcelona this February that it was going to release Lens to all Android phones. Some...

New Chromecast With Bluetooth Support Possibly Coming Soon

05/06/2018, The existing Chromecast dongle will be some three years old this September which means that it’s time for Google to launch a new model that’s more capable than its predecessor. According to a report, a new Chromecast is now in the pipeline...

Buying Election Ads On Google Will Now Require ID Verification

05/06/2018, Much has already been said and done about the reported misinformation campaign launched by the Russians during the U.S. presidential election as part of an operation to influence the democratic process. Companies like Facebook since increased verification...

Google Partners With Fandango, Lets You Buy Tickets With Assistant

05/04/2018, Google Assistant can help you do a lot of things, and now it seems that it can do one more thing which is to help users buy tickets. This is made possible through a partnership with Fandango, according to a report from The Verge where through voice...

Google Extends its Advanced Protection Program To Native iOS Apps

05/04/2018, It’s not surprising that Google would focus on creating security protocols and methods to protect its Android platform. After all the security of iOS is Apple’s business, right? The good news is that it seems that iOS users will now get the best of...

Google News Could See A Major Revamp At I/O 2018

05/03/2018, According to recent rumors, Apple is looking to revamp its news service but it seems that they might not be alone in doing this. A report from AdAge (via 9to5Google) has revealed that Google has similar plans as well and that their news revamp could be...

Google Now Launcher Finally Bites The Dust

05/03/2018, If you have used an Android smartphone ever then you will certainly be familiar with the Google Now launcher. It was the first public launcher that Google released and it was shipped on the company’s Nexus handsets. Countless Android devices also...

Google Quietly Developing Gaming Startup Called ‘Arcade’

05/03/2018, Internet search giant Google has reportedly been working on a new social gaming startup called “Arcade” quietly. It’s said to be part of the company’s efforts to nurture new startups under its umbrella. Michael Sayman is reportedly...

Google Pay Is Now Rolling Out For The Web & iOS Devices

05/02/2018, One of the features of Apple Pay is the ability for users to pay via their smartphones, Apple Watch, and also via the web. This means that users can use Apple Pay to facilitate their web purchases as long as the site supports it. The good news is that if...

Google Will Invest In Startups That Develop Apps For Assistant

05/02/2018, The thing about running an artificial intelligence-powered virtual assistant is that the development never really ends. The companies behind them have to continue adding new features and apps so that users can continue to rely on them to make their lives...