After months of speculation, Google has unveiled its new cloud gaming platform. It’s called Stadia, a name designed to conjure up images of people playing games throughout history. And Stadia will let you stream games anywhere and everywhere on multiple devices. What Is Google Stadia and How Will It Work? Google Stadia is a cloud-based

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Google has revealed that a zero-day bug in its Chrome browser was being actively exploited. Google released a patch on March 1 to fix the problem without publicizing the fact. The upshot is that you need to update Google Chrome as soon as possible. What Is a Zero-Day? A zero-day, also written as 0-day, is

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Google Duo is now available on the web as well as on Android and iOS. This means you can make voice and video calls from your web browser without needing to download the Google Duo app. This isn’t going to change your life, but it might make it slightly easier. Google Duo debuted at Google

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There are some great mobile games out there, but the screen size of your smartphone can limit your enjoyment of them. Chromecasts are solving the issue, as they allow you to play mobile games on your big-screen TV. Here are the best mobile games you can play on your TV using a Google Chromecast. 1.

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Gboard for iOS now lets you feel each button press on your iPhone. This is thanks to Google adding haptic feedback to its iOS keyboard. Android users have enjoyed haptic feedback for a while, but now Google is offering the same feature to iPhone users. What Is Haptic Feedback? Haptic feedback is exactly what the

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Google has launched two new apps for people who are deaf or hard of hearing. Both apps, Live Transcribe and Sound Amplifier, are designed to make it easier for people with hearing problems to communicate better with the people around them. Live Transcribe and Sound Amplifier Live Transcribe is a realtime transcription tool. It uses

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