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Deal: Google Home Max is $100 cheaper at most major retailers

If you want a smart speaker but also want it to sound great, there aren’t too many options better than the Google Home Max. However, at a list price of $399, that extra audio quality is going to cost you…. Continue Reading →

Get Google’s help launching your app with Start on Android

YouTube If you’re a first-time app developer, you might feel a little overwhelmed with the process of getting your product on the Google Play Store. Well, Google is here to help! With the Start on Android program, app developers can… Continue Reading →

More countries can now integrate YouTube Music with Google Home

Since YouTube Music, Google Assistant, and Google Home hardware are all owned by the same company, you’d think making them all play nice together would be a no-brainer. However, Google has the peculiar habit of taking quite a while before… Continue Reading →

Google says an app that tracks Saudi women’s whereabouts doesn’t violate its terms

Update, March 4, 2019 (7:38PM EST): Business Insider (via The Verge) reports that Google has declined a request by U.S. lawmakers to remove the Saudi Arabian government app Absher from the Google Play Store. The outlet reports that, according to a statement sent… Continue Reading →

Physical Google Assistant buttons are coming to more phones along with new features

Over the last year, LG has introduced a handful of phones that feature dedicated Google Assistant buttons. Google is now working with several smartphone manufacturers to bring the physical Assistant button to more handsets. At MWC 2019, Google announced that… Continue Reading →

‘Google Keep’ Note Taking App Now Available on Apple Watch

Google’s “Keep” app for taking notes and making lists today expanded to the Apple Watch, allowing the app’s users to use the note taking and list making functionality right on their wrists. With Google Keep for Apple Watch, you can… Continue Reading →

We asked, you told us: Playmojis are fun, but you don’t use them

Augmented reality, much like virtual reality, never really took off the way that many believed it would. While some are using it in creative ways, most people aren’t walking around holding their smartphones in front of their faces, augmenting the… Continue Reading →

Google also peddled a data collector through Apple’s back door, has since disabled iOS app

Privacy concerns aren’t the only things in common between Facebook and Google — TechCrunch recently reported that Google also has an iOS app used to collected user data. Similar to Facebook’s now-defunct Facebook Research app, Google’s Screenwise Meter app uses an Enterprise… Continue Reading →

One-month test: Can a Chromebook replace my main computer?

Ever since Chromebooks started coming out, the most common question has been, can they really replace your main computer? Many users have already done it, especially those who don’t need much more than something for checking emails, going through social… Continue Reading →

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