SmartReply Coming For YouTube Creators

SmartReply first launched four years ago but it is now being rolled out for YouTube content creators. The company has announced that it is giving creators this feature to help support their interaction with viewers. SmartReply began rolling out with Android 10 as well recently so it is expanding throughout many platforms. SmartReply has been […]

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Google Maps Gains A Sleeker Interface, Better Android Auto Support

Google is now making fairly significant changes to its Maps application, including some that make Android Auto navigation better. Spotted in the latest update to version 10.45, the most notable alterations will, in fact, apply to that other experience. That’s because the changes are most noticeable in landscape orientation. Starting with where the most impact […]

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Hey Google, When Will Pixel 4’s Face Unlock Work With Face Masks?

With the Pixel 4, Google decided to go all in with Face Unlock, and removed the fingerprint sensor altogether. I didn’t have much of an issue with the Pixel 4 Face Unlock – other than some of my apps still not supporting facial recognition – until we all started wearing a face mask. We should […]

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Chrome Team Removes Forced Dark Mode Flags But It’s Still Coming

According to recent reports, developers on Google’s Chrome browser appear to be removing flags to force websites on mobile into dark mode. But that may not tell the entire story, based on recent changes in the Chromium Gerrit. Instead, the change in flags — spotted by Redditor ‘u/MMyRRedditAAccount’ — seems to showcase a switch in […]

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Gboard To Roll Out Smart Compose On Google Messages

Some users have found that “Smart Compose” has begun to roll out on Google Messages as reported by 9to5Google. This comes after a new beta version of Gboard began to roll out at the end of June. There is no word as of yet about how this will continue to roll out or what the plan […]

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Google Pixel 4a Picks More Certifications, Launch Imminent

The Google Pixel 4a has picked up one more necessary certification as the company prepares for its launch. The affordable Pixel smartphone has received approval from the competent authority in Singapore (IMDA). It was previously spotted at the FCC as well as the BIS (Bureau of Indian Standards) with the same model number, G025N. The […]

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How To Open A New File Directly In Chrome – Google Docs, Sheets, Slides & Forms URL Shortcuts

Google’s GSuite offers users a healthily-featured alternative to expensive options such as Microsoft Office. And, it enables users to edit those documents, spreadsheets, slideshows, or even forms on the go. That’s thanks largely to the fact that Chrome allows the files to be both created and edited directly from Google Drive. And, of course, that’s […]

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Google Wants To Bring Early Earthquake Warning Alerts To Android

Google has been hard at work trying to bring early earthquake warnings and alerts to Android at the system level as part of Google Play Services. That’s based on a recently reported tear-down of the app by 9to5Google, showing the progress made so far. The alert system appears to be based on ShakeAlert, which is […]

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Now You Can See Dinosaurs Up Close In 3D AR With Google Search

Google Search and Ludia’s Jurassic World mobile game have teamed up to deliver life-size 3D AR models of 10 dinosaurs to the virtual space. The models are intended to represent the now-extinct creatures at scale and in motion. Paleontologists also helped build out the assets. Although, since the consensus is that many dinosaurs had feather-like […]

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The Stadia Controller Finally Offers Wireless Support For Android Phones

Today Stadia is finally making it possible to use the Stadia controller in a wireless format when playing games on Android smartphones. This has been one of the most requested features for Stadia since it launched in November of 2019. Only just recently gaining the support for wireless play on Chrome a little earlier this […]

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