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.

Pixel 3 In Japan To Get Exclusive Cases With AR Support
Phone cases are pretty straightforward and for the most part they’re meant to protect our phones from getting scratched, and in many cases they’re also used to show off a bit of our own personality based on the style of the case and design that we’ve chosen. However in Japan, Google is trying to make a case more than just a case.

Google Is Killing Off Its ‘Reply’ App
One of the features that we’ve been seeing Google do with its services is introduce ways to quickly reply to messages. It was initially introduced in Gmail where based on the content of the message, users could choose from various “smart” replies for something simple. Google then decided to try applying it system wide with the launch of its Reply app.

Google Gives Pixel 3 XL Users The Option To Hide The Notch
The new Google Pixel 3 XL (the larger of the two phone) comes with a notch and given that we’ve seen Google include support for notched designs ahead of the phone’s official unveiling, it wasn’t surprising to see it. Now just like with the iPhone X, there are some who say that the notch is barely noticeable after a while, but there are some who understandably hate it.

Google Pixel 3 Owners Get Free Full-Sized Photo Backups Until 2022
Google Photos is a great way for users to backup their photos and sync it across multiple devices, and for the most part the free option is actually more than enough for most people. However there are some who might upload photos that go beyond the free limit in terms of quality, and that’s when you’ve got to start paying for backup.


C By GE Bulbs Starter Kit Will Now Include The Google Home Mini
These days smart speakers and smart home devices such as smart bulbs seem to go hand in hand. However setting up the entire thing can prove to be an expensive process, but if you don’t mind using GE’s own smart solution, their C by GE bulbs, then you’ll be pleased to learn that the starter kit will actually come with a Google Home Mini bundled with it.

The Google Home Hub Has Been Officially Launched
It has been rumored for a while now that Google is planning on launching its own smart speaker + display combo also known as the Google Home Hub. In fact earlier today Google seemed to have accidentally confirmed its existence and for those who want more details, you’ll be pleased to learn that the Home Hub is now official.

The Google Pixel Slate: An Impressive Tablet
It’s been a while since the last Google Tablet, and what a comeback: the Pixel Slate is a 12.3” tablet that runs on Chrome OS, the same operating system that not only powers Chromebook laptops, but can also run Android apps. This means that the Pixel Slate is a potent productivity computer, like iPad Pro or Surface Pro.

Google Pixel 3 : The Essential Things To Know
Google has announced its Google Pixel 3 smartphone in an NYC event just this morning. The Google Pixel 3 builds on fundamental strengths that are hallmarks of the Pixel series: leading camera performance, pure Android OS, and neat industrial design. However, Google has pushed the envelope in new areas to improve the experience of the majority, while advancing its own strategic position.

Google Lets You Enable Sign-In Prompts On All Your Phones
Given how ubiquitous Google’s services are, even if you use a Mac, Windows, Linux, or iOS device, chances are you probably have a Google account somewhere. With so many devices, it can sometimes be a bit hard to keep track of where you’re signed in, which is why Google had previously introduced a 2-Step Verification feature to help secure your accounts.

Google Accidentally Confirms ‘Google Home Hub’
When it comes to smart home speakers with built-in displays, Amazon’s Echo Show was kind of the first to the market, and later it was sort of followed by Google with devices like the JBL Link View which offered Google Assistant in a speaker + screen combo. Now we have heard rumors and seen renders of a Google-made device called the Google Home Hub, and now it looks like it […]

Google Decides Not To Compete For $10 Billion Pentagon Cloud Contract
Earlier this year it was reported that Google had entered into a partnership with the US Department of Defense over the use of AI that would have been used to analyze drone footage. Google employees were reportedly unhappy about the project and protested it internally and signed a petition calling on Google to end the partnership.

Google Testing Manual Google Drive Backup Support For Android
Say what you will about Apple’s iOS system and its services, but if there is one area that Apple excels in, it would be its iCloud system which does a fantastic and seamless job of backing up user data to the cloud, syncing it, and restoring it when the user buys a new device. Thankfully for Android users, it seems like Google is testing something similar for Android 9.0 Pie.

Pixel 3 Could Feature Clips-Like Selfie ‘Smarts’
One of the new products Google announced back in 2017 was the Clips camera. This is a camera that came with AI features that would be able to detect when the best time was to capture a shot, with the idea being that it would allow users to capture special moments that might have been otherwise missed.

Google Slides Will Automatically Add Captions To Your Presentations
When we give presentations or speeches, we almost always take it for granted and assume that everyone in the audience can hear us, as in no one is suffering from any hearing issues. However that isn’t always the case, but at the same time we understand that maybe not everyone wants to create captions just to cover such an eventuality.