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Google LLC is an American multinational technology company that specializes in Internet-related services and products, which include online advertising technologies, a search engine, cloud computing, software, and hardware.
For all the environment lovers who are always keen on gathering knowledge about the world, Google has introduced a new interesting feature in its Google Earth app for you.
In 2020, the sudden transition of classrooms from schools to computer screens wasn't an easy one. Many teachers and students had to adapt to brand new challenges and the exchange of learning could not be as efficient as a traditional classroom. It is a free web tool that lets teachers work and communicate with students more efficiently. It basically lets teachers create, share and grade assignments quickly and easily.
In today's internet era, one needs to constantly work in the online environment, and actively use digital content to market or promote your business brand.
Tech giant Google has announced new features coming to Google Assistant on Thursday, and the most essential feature is - finding your lost iPhone.
Different Google platforms encountered a partial outage on Monday, with certain users unable to create new drafts in Google Docs and Google Sheets. Google's Workspace Status Dashboard detailed that Drive, Docs, Sheets, Slides, and Classroom all reported assistance interruptions.
Google has announced that it is shutting down its mobile shopping app for both iOS and Android devices by June this year.
Just hours after several reports claimed that Google's Pixel 5a 5G has been cancelled due to chip shortage, the tech giant has shot down the rumours, stating that the handset will launch later this year.
The latest short media sharing app, TToko, is now officially launched in India and available for download for both iOS and Android platforms.
Just like 'Hey Siri', 'Hey Google', the Swedish audio streaming and media services provider Spotify, has rolled out its own 'Hey Spotify' feature to some of its users.
American multinational technology company Google will soon be more selective about which apps on the Play Store can see all of the other apps, installed by users.