Google Search Will Now Teach You How To Pronounce New Words

Have you ever wondered how to pronounce a word? On Google Search, users can already search for the definition of words which also comes with an audio feature that will pronounce the word for you. However, how do you know that if you’re saying it right? In an update to Google Search, Google will help you learn the pronunciation of words you don’t know.


Some Developers Are Worried That Google Could One Day Kill Stadia

Over the years, Google has launched many products and services. Some have gone on to become staples in our everyday lives, such as Google Search and Gmail, while others have fallen by the wayside. This is normal since it doesn’t make sense for any company to continue investing time and resources into a product or service that simply isn’t profitable.


Google Isn’t Waiting For Carriers, Rolls Out RCS Support For Android Uses In The US

For a while now, Google has been trying to get RCS off the ground, and it wasn’t too long ago that US carriers announced that they would finally be adopting it. However, it seems that Google has decided that they will not be waiting for US carriers to roll out support for it. Instead, the company has decided to enable support for RCS on Android devices in the US.


Google Stadia Will Not Launch With All Of Its Features

Google’s Stadia game streaming service will be going live on the 19th of November, but if you are planning on using the service, you might want to take note that during a recent AMA held on Reddit, Google has revealed that not all of Stadia’s features will be available at launch, so that could be worth your consideration.


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Google Wants To Start Offering Financial Services To Its Users

In the past, tech companies like Apple and Google mostly dabbled in tech-related products in the form of hardware and software, but in recent times, it seems that these companies are starting to move towards financial services. With Apple, we saw the launch of Apple Pay and later the Apple Card, and now it looks like Google wants to make a similar transition as well.


Google Stadia Launch Day Titles Revealed

Google Stadia will be launching on the 19th of November, and as expected, there will be a bunch of games that will be available to play at launch. If you’re wondering what games will be available, it seems that there will be at least 12 titles that will be playable when Stadia eventually goes live.


Chrome Will Soon Start Pointing Out Websites That Load Slowly

There are a lot of things to consider when building a website. It’s not always about having the best design or even about having the best content, because other factors are also taken into consideration where things like loading time matters too. This is because if you have an amazing design and fantastic content, but your website takes too long to load, people might simply give up and go somewhere […]


Google Wants To Take Its Search And Apply It To Patient Records

While Google might be known for many different products and services these days, like Android, YouTube, Gmail, and so on, what made the company so popular and is still widely used today would be its search engine. It has evolved over the years to become even better and smarter than before.


Google’s App Defense Alliance Wants To Stop Bad Android Apps From Reaching Your Phone

While the Google Play Store has systems in place to try and prevent malware and bad apps from getting listed and downloaded by users, unfortunately, it’s not the perfect system and from time to time, we do come across reports that bad apps find their way into the Play Store where it ends up being downloaded by users.


Google Will Be Open-Sourcing Its Cardboard VR Headset

A few years ago, Google announced that they would be getting into virtual reality (VR) through a couple of initiatives, one of which is its Daydream VR platform, and the other would be Cardboard, a very affordable VR headset that would make it easier for anyone to get into VR technology.


Google Rolls Out A ‘Fix’ For The Pixel 4’s 90Hz Display

When the Pixel 4 was announced, one of the features Google boasted about the phone was its 90Hz Smooth Motion display. However, when the phone was released, it was discovered that the 90Hz display was not persistent. This meant that the display would actually switch between 90Hz and 60Hz depending on the situation, which was clearly not very ideal.


Google To Acquire Fitbit For $2.1 Billion

For years, we have been hearing rumors that Google could be looking to make their own smartwatch. However, that has yet to materialize, but it looks like the company could be inching closer to making that a reality. This is because following the rumors, Google has officially acquired Fitbit for a whopping $2.1 billion.


Nest WiFi Will Have A ‘Gaming Preferred’ Mode That Will Favor Stadia

Google Stadia will be going live later this month and while it does away with the need to own high-end gaming hardware, what it will require more so than ever is enough bandwidth and a fast enough internet connection to ensure that your gaming sessions do not get interrupted. The good news is that if you own a Google or Nest WiFi device, it could be to your advantage.


How To Find Recent Google Searches You Made?

Google collects every data for your activity while using its services. You can easily access the data collected (download it) and delete it if necessary.The same ability lets you find the recent Google searches that you have made.