Google is an Internet Search company with profits mainly derived from its AdWords advertising program. Google is also known for other high-profile web-related products such as Chrome, GMail, Google Docs or Google Map, and it has also made a very successful entry into the mobile handset market with its Android mobile operating system. The company was created in 1998 and went public in 2004. Google is one of the most visited site in the world.

Google Wants The US Government To Reinstate Huawei For National Security
Due to the US government officially blacklisting Huawei from doing business with US companies, it has resulted in Huawei losing support from the likes of Google. However, it seems that Huawei might have found an unexpected ally in Google because in a report from the Financial Times, Google is reportedly lobbying the US government to reinstate Huawei.

Streaming Google Stadia In 4K Could Eat Up To 1TB In 65 Hours
Google recently confirmed that its Stadia game streaming service will be launching in November later this year. As part of the announcement, Google also revealed a Stadia Pro subscription where for $9.99 a month, gamers will be able to stream their games at 4K at 60 fps, which sounds pretty amazing if you’ve never been able to do that with your home PC.

Google Stadia To Launch In November At $9.99 A Month
A few months ago, Google revealed their upcoming Stadia game streaming service. Previously, the company had demoed the service by allowing gamers to stream Assassin’s Creed Unity through their Chrome browsers, a truly impressive feat, but the question some are wondering is when will it launch, and how much it could cost?

Google Maps Will Now Show The Current Vehicle Speed
It’s actually kind of odd that Google has two completely separate navigation apps. The company has Google Maps and Waze, both of which share similar features and functions, but yet for years on end, both apps have existed separate of each other. However, it seems that Google could be close to bringing them together.


How To Turn ON Flashlights on Android
Thanks to high-powered flash units being included in our smartphones these days, we essentially have a flashlight in our pocket ready to go at all times, and here’s how you can enable them ranging from brand to brand.

How To Share Your Google Calendar
If you work in an office and you’re in charge of the calendar for the year, sharing the calendar with the rest of your office is a good way to ensure that everyone is aware of upcoming events. This can also be used for schools or for homes, like organizing birthdays, reminding each other of upcoming events, family trips, and so on.

US DoJ Gearing Up For Antitrust Investigation Into Google
Google is one of the biggest tech companies in existence right now, and it’s hard to use the internet without coming across some of Google’s services or products. For example, Gmail is one of the most popular email services around, and it’s safe to say that the majority of us rely heavily on Google for search.

Google Is Banning Marijuana Delivery Apps On The Play Store
A few years ago, several states in the US made a somewhat landmark decision where the use of marijuana was legalized. Previously, marijuana was legal in some states but only for medicinal use, but now there are some states where you can buy them for non-medical purposes, and in some cases, even grow a couple of plants yourself.

Google Says Disabling Digital Wellbeing Doesn't Improve Pixel's Performance
There have been reports from a few Pixel smartphone users lately who claim that disabling the Digital Wellbeing features on the device has a noticeable improvement in the performance. Google has now commented on the matter, saying that this isn’t the case. It maintains that there are no performance issues being caused by Digital Wellbeing on Pixel smartphones.

Google Is Forcing Microsoft Edge Preview Users To Use Chrome To Watch YouTube
It seemed like Microsoft might have slightly conceded to Google when the company announced their plans to rebuild its Edge browser based on Chromium, the same platform that Google’s Chrome browser is based on. However, it seems that isn’t enough for Google because according to reports, Google still very much wants Edge users to use Chrome.

Google Maps Speed Camera Alerts Are Rolling Out To More Countries
We should definitely be obeying the laws of the road all the time, but sometimes, we get it, it can’t be helped where an open road with no cars makes it very tempting to put pedal to the metal. Unfortunately, speed cameras are the bane of many a fast driver out there, but Google Maps has tried to solve this problem with speed camera alerts.

YouTube Gaming App Shuts Down On May 30th
Google first announced late last year that it would sunset the standalone YouTube Gaming app in 2019. Since the company had decided to move the features of the app, it didn’t make any sense to keep the standalone version around for much longer. The company had initially said that the shutdown would take place in March but it has now confirmed that the app will be removed on May 30th.

Google Search, Maps, Assistant Will Soon Let You Order Food Directly
One of the things Google has been working on over the years is to make its products and services easy to use and indispensable. What we’ve seen Google do is try to make all kinds of information readily available right from the jump, thus saving users precious time when they are browsing the web.

Google Has An AI That Helps Clean Up Trashy Videos On YouTube
YouTube is home to millions of videos due to the ease of uploading them to its platform where anyone can upload a video at anytime they want. However, more often than not, many of us have probably encountered instances where videos end up being clickbait or are misleading, leaving us frustrated in the process.