Google Allo Downloaders Can Now Receive Free Grilled Cheese

Google is taking a pretty unique approach to promoting its messaging app Allo in Wisconsin. The app, which was originally launched in September 2016 has largely failed to gain ground in the messaging market, despite an initial surge in user interest shortly after launch. Recently, the internet giant has chosen to advertise at individual university campuses […]

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Google’s Swift Fork Is Being Modified To Support Fuchsia OS

Google’s Fuchsia OS will have native support in the company’s fork of Apple’s Swift programming language, according to Googler Zac Bowling, who works on both Swift and Fuchsia. Bowling’s Tweet was in response to a curious soul asking about what Google was doing with Swift. This move means, theoretically, that iOS apps may be easy […]

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Google Home Gets Trivia Game To Test Your Hockey Knowledge

Google Home has a new trivia game that will test your Hockey knowledge as just at the tail end of last week it was discovered that you could activate the smart speaker and see how well you know the game, its teams, its players, and everything about the sport. The game is called Drop The […]

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Google Pixelbook With Core i7 Now Available For Pre-Order

The variant of the Google Pixelbook with the  Intel Core i7 processor is now available for pre-order. This comes more than a month after the pre-orders for the model with the Core i5 CPU started. Interested consumers may order the Pixelbook from the online retailer B&H, which prices the top-of-the-line model of the Pixelbook with […]

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Camera Effects & More Features Coming To Google Allo: Teardown

Google Allo is set to be updated with new camera effects and a wide variety of other features and improvements, as suggested by a teardown of the latest version of the app performed by 9to5Google earlier this week. The build version 23 that started rolling out on the Google Play Store on Thursday contains references […]

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Project Fi Referrals Could Earn You A Chromecast Or Moto X4

Google has now announced its latest Project Fi referral challenge, Fi it Forward. This follows on from similar challenges which have in the past offered prizes including free Google Play credit and a trip to Google HQ. This one however is a lot more device-focused as the prizes up for grabs include a Chromecast at the […]

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Google’s Chromebook Ad Apparently Violated YouTube Policy

In a strange turn of events, it seems YouTube managed to flag a Google ad for Chromebooks as inappropriate. At least that is what seems to have been the case for a short period of time before the issue was rectified. It was however, not fixed before someone managed to record the event and post […]

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More Local Suggestions Are Being Tested In Google Search

More local suggestions are being tested in Google Search for some users, with the service displaying relevant search suggestions for various things that it predicts might be something that the user is or is wanting to look for. Things like movie times and translations for words, and in the case of the user from the […]

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Google Opens Chatbase Analytics Framework For Public Use

Google’s Chatbase framework for AI-based chat bot analytics has been limited to use by select early adopters handpicked by Google, but an announcement by the web giant today indicates that Chatbase is now available for any bot developers who want to use it. Chatbase is completely free, and can be used by anybody with a […]

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Google Pixel Buds Review: The Assistant Only You Can Hear

Easy setup, easy to use, fast charging and Google Assistant makes these an option worth considering During the company’s Oct. 4 event Google introduced two new smartphones, the Google Pixel 2 and the Pixel 2 XL. While they were just the headline products announced, Google also announced a number of other hardware additions including some […]

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