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Google Duo Lets You Call People Without the App

Google has quietly updated Duo to allow users to call people who don’t even have the Duo app installed. This means that Google Duo users can make voice calls or video calls to their contacts using Duo even if the other person has never even heard of this particular messaging app. The number of messaging… read more »

How to Quickly Find a Photo in Google Photos

Most of us have a Google account, probably for something like Gmail or Google Calendar. But did you know that Google is also a great option for storing and searching all of your photos too? Google Photos offers free unlimited (compressed) storage for your photos, making them available across a multitude of devices. If you… read more »

Google Assistant Comes to Old Phones and New Tablets

Google is bringing Google Assistant to even more smartphones, and, for the first time, tablets too. This means that even if you own an older Android handset or budget Android handset you should still be able to start using Google Assistant. Unfortunately, it’s only coming to newer tablets. Assistant was initially only available on the… read more »

Google Launches 3 New Photo Apps Worth Trying

Google has launched three brand new photography apps for Android and iOS. They’re all free, they’re all original, and they’re all well worth trying. These three new apps are the first installment of what Google is calling “appsperiments,” which are experimental apps. Smartphone cameras have improved massively over the years, to the point at which… read more »

Google Asks Celebrities to Answer Your Questions

Google has a treat in store for people who search for information on celebrities. A handful of celebrities have answered questions about themselves, with videos appearing at the top of search results. You just have to ask the right question about the right celebrity to trigger it. For reasons I don’t understand people are fascinated… read more »

15 Funny Questions You Can Ask Your Google Home

Smart speakers can be as entertaining as they are useful. If you need a break after the work of setting up your Google Home, why not try out some of the hilarious phrases built right in? Just like Alexa’s goofy responses, the following are all phrases you can say to your Google Home for a… read more »

Google Launches Android Go for Budget Smartphones

Google has launched Android Oreo (Go Edition), or Android Go for short. This is a pared-down version of Android Oreo designed for budget smartphones, and it comes with lightweight versions of core apps such as Chrome, Google Play, Google Maps, Google Assistant, and the new Files Go. While iOS set the early pace when it… read more »

Vidme Shuts Down Because Google and Facebook

Vidme is shutting down, and it’s all the fault of Google and Facebook. The popular online video platform will go offline on December 15th, 2017, at which point all videos will be “permanently deleted from the Vidme servers”. And with that, Google and Facebook’s stranglehold tightens. A Brief History of Vidme Vidme was launched in… read more »

How to Delete Your Google Chrome History

Do you wish you could wipe your Google Chrome search history and start with a clean slate? Luckily, it’s both possible and easy to do! There are a few benefits to deleting your search history. First and foremost is privacy. Of course, Google will still have all your search history on file, but it’ll stop… read more »

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