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Google Photos tests monthly subscription service to print photos

Google Photos tests monthly subscription service to print photos

Google Photos can be regarded as one of the stellar free service apps on Android with unlimited photo backups, Google Assistant integration and a plethora of AI-enabled features. But Google is continu... Read more

Google Searches for Coronavirus will reveal SOS Alert info

Google Searches for Coronavirus will reveal SOS Alert info

Coronavirus is making headlines as the World Health Organization (WHO) just declared it a global health emergency. And Google Search just switched on an SOS Alert for searches to calm some of the anxi... Read more

IBM appoints Arvind Krishna as its new CEO

IBM appoints Arvind Krishna as its new CEO

IBM, a big name in the IT world, has announced Arvind Krishna as the new CEO of the company. He replaces Ginni Rometty, who has served as the CEO and president since 2012. However, Krishna will offici... Read more

Official Android tech support on Twitter is here

Official Android tech support on Twitter is here

There are several ways to report a problem through customer support and over the years it has improved drastically. Although many still prefer a voice call, the millennials usually take up an issue to... Read more

Google Drive is back after widespread disruption

Google Drive is back after widespread disruption

Several Google services like Google Drive and Google Docs went through an outage yesterday and many users reported that they weren’t able to access Google Sheets and Slides either. Also, there a... Read more

Facebook Watch signs global content deal with PGA tour

Facebook Watch signs global content deal with PGA tour

Facebook Watch is getting a lot of attention nowadays and it’s making plans to increase user engagement. Now, PGA tour – organizer of professional golf is collaborating with Facebook and h... Read more

Amazon may be considering hand recognition as a payment system

Amazon may be considering hand recognition as a payment system

Considering the pace of technology today, the news of Amazon looking to introduce a hand recognition-based payment system doesn’t come as a surprise. Earlier, plastic cards replaced paper cash a... Read more