Google has released a new version of Google Photos. And it’s all about your memories. The Google Photos redesign helps you relive the treasured moments you have captured on film. With a simpler UI, an expanded search function, and a new interactive map. Google Taps Into Your Treasured Memories Google Photos is a fairly simple
Phones work diligently to help us with our daily life, so much so that sometimes we don’t even know what data it’s sending back to servers around the world. For example, did you know that your phone can be used by Google Maps to help predict traffic jams on the road? Let’s explore how you’re
Google has launched Keen, a new social networking site that shares a lot in common with Pinterest. Keen focuses on your passions, whether that’s baking bread or bird-watching. Helping you curate and share a collection of resources around your hobby. Google Launches Another Social Networking Site Google has its fingers in lots of different pies.
Google is opening Stadia up to more phones. So much so that Google Stadia should now work on almost any Android phone. While an 8-year-old phone running KitKat won’t be capable of running Stadia, a 5-year-old phone running Marshmallow may well be. Google Stadia is only officially supported on a select number of handsets. And
Browser extensions are a great way to expand the functionality of your favorite browser. But bad Chrome extensions can cause much more harm than help. Whether they use lots of system resources, collect your data, install adware, or similar, you don’t want them on your system. It’s hard to keep track of the worst Chrome
Google is making it a little easier to stay safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. To do this, the company is adding a new set of features to Google Maps designed to help us all make better choices when travelling. Which may help prevent a second spike. Countries Are Emerging From Lockdown With countries emerging from