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Google Home gets multi-user support in the UK (Update: Canada too?)

You can now connect up to six accounts to Google Home in the UK.
by Mitja RutnikJune 29, 2017

Google experimenting with what ads might look like in VR

Although it’s just an idea at this stage, Google’s test concept for VR ads already looks annoying and is eerily reminiscent of that Black Mirror episode.
by Brian ReighJune 28, 2017

What’s going on with those Android Wear 2.0 notification issues?

Smartwatch owners are experiencing notification problems following the upgrade to Android Wear 2.0. And Google doesn't seem to be helping.
by Scott Adam GordonJune 28, 2017

Google News gets a fresh new look and more features

Google News has a brand new design. The desktop website has adopted a card format, features a new customizable navigation column, and more.
by Mitja RutnikJune 28, 2017

Google fined record €2.42 billion ($2.7 billion) over search results abuse

The European Commission has penalized Google for giving its shopping comparison tool an illegal advantage over the competition.
by Scott Adam GordonJune 27, 2017

Want your Pixel photos to be seen by millions? So does Google

Google has a pretty enticing offer for budding photographers: get your Pixel photos seen by millions of Chromecast owners as Backdrops.
by Kris CarlonJune 24, 2017

Google Photos removes option to backup content only while charging

The option of backing up content only when your smartphone is charging is no longer available in the Google Photos app.
by Mitja RutnikJune 23, 2017

YouTube’s mobile app will soon adapt any videos to fill the screen

YouTube made some pretty big announcements today, including word that its mobile app will soon let users adapt any clip to fill the screen.
by John CallahamJune 23, 2017

Google cuts 360-degree videos in half with YouTube’s new VR180 format

YouTube announced a new VR video format, VR180, that lets creators make and upload 180-degree clips instead of full 360-degree videos.
by John CallahamJune 22, 2017

Google wants to make it easy for law enforcement to access user data overseas

Google wants to change the laws regarding how governments can gain access to user data stored on servers in other countries.
by Mitja RutnikJune 22, 2017
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