Category: Google

YouTube is down for users around the world

If you have tried accessing YouTube in the past hour, chances are that you were met with errors. It looks like the service is not working for users around the world. According to Downdetector, YouTube is currently facing issues in the USA, parts of Canada, Brazil, most of Europe, Japan and parts of Australia. Users […]
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Facebook now allows users to transfer their photos directly to Google Photos

Facebook now allows users to transfer their photos directly to Google Photos

Back in 2018, Facebook along with Microsoft and Google announced the Data Transfer Project (DTP). The aim of this new project is to build a framework with open-source code that can connect any two online service providers, enabling a seamless, direct, user initiated portability of data between the two platforms. Late last year, Facebook started […]
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Netmarketshare: Google Chrome registers a slight jump in the market share

Netmarketshare: Google Chrome registers a slight jump in the market share

Netmarketshare has released the market share for March 2020. The data shows a slight jump in Google Chrome’s market share compared to February 2020’s data. With Windows 7’s end of support, more and more users are switching to Windows 10. The OS now holds 57.34% of the market and is followed by Windows 7 which […]
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Google Podcasts app now available on App Store for iOS devices

Google Podcasts app now available on App Store for iOS devices

Google today announced the release of Google Podcasts app for iOS devices in Apple App Store. With Google Podcasts app, you can subscribe and listen to all your favorite podcasts, explore show and episode recommendations, browse popular and trending shows in comedy, news, sports, and more. Google Podcasts iOS app allows you to customize your […]
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Google announces Stadia Makers program for indie devs

Google has officially announced its Stadia Makers program for the Google Stadia, a program which the company hopes will be the “first step into an expansion of self-publishing for experienced independent game developers.” Since the Stadia’s launch in November 2019, more than 30 games and 60 game updates have been launched on the service. Another […]
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Google developing Chrome OS printing and scanning interfaces

Google developing Chrome OS printing and scanning interfaces

It looks like Google is hard at work developing improved printing and scanning software for Chrome OS. 9to5Google uncovered a wealth of new tweaks and code submitted by Chrome developers to the Chromium Gerrit, an online collaboration tool for sharing and merging code into Chromium. Chromium is the open-source foundation for Google’s Chrome browser, as […]
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New leaked pictures gives us another clear look at the Google Pixel 4A

While Google I/O may be cancelled, we are still getting closer to the launch date of the Google Pixel 4A, meaning more and more pictures of the handset are leaking. Today we have another set, courtesy of Techdroider, which shows the handset and a characteristic Google-branded fabric case for the device. Back in December, renders […]
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