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Google app for Android adds podcast subscription, management support

Video: Google adds audiobook streaming for Google Assistant devices Google is beginning to push podcast subscription and management features in its Google app for Android, and it could pave the way for petter podcast support on Google Assistant devices. A new option in the Google app to “Subscribe” below the …

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Google Play Instant lets you try games without having to install them – TechCrunch

Last year, Google launched Instant Apps, a way for developers to give users a native app experience that didn’t involve having to install anything. Users would simply click on a link on the search results page and the instant app would load. Today, the company is extending this program to …

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Google to ban cryptocurrency, ICO adverts

Google will soon prevent advertising relating to cryptocurrencies, Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) and more from appearing on the tech giant’s search engine. Starting in June, Google says that the updated Financial Services policy will ban “Cryptocurrencies and related content (including but not limited to Initial Coin Offerings, cryptocurrency exchanges, cryptocurrency …

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Google Lens arrives on iOS – TechCrunch

On the heels of last week’s rollout on Android, Google’s new AI-powered technology, Google Lens, is now arriving on iOS. The feature is available within the Google Photos iOS application, where it can do things like identify objects, buildings, and landmarks, and tell you more information about them, including helpful …

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Google rebrands Android Wear to Wear OS

Image: Google After months of relative silence surrounding Android Wear, Google’s wearable operating system, the company on Thursday announced a name change. Going forward, Wear OS will take the place of Android Wear. The change is already reflected on the Android Wear website, which now redirects to the Wear OS …

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VR, presence and the case of the missing killer app – TechCrunch

Sibjeet Mahapatra Contributor More posts by this contributor The bull case for Snapchat Compelling virtual reality shipped to developers and consumers nearly two years ago. The first flagship headsets arrived from Oculus and HTC back in the spring of 2016, offering enough resolution, frame rate, field of view, latency mitigation …

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Google adds plus codes support for remote areas

(Image: Google) Google Maps has added support for plus codes, an open-source addressing system that generates simplified street addresses for people or places that don’t have one. The plus code system divides the geographical surface of the Earth into what Google calls “tiled areas” and gives each a unique code, …

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Google expands its Cloud Platform region in the Netherlands – TechCrunch

Google today announced that it has expanded its recently launched Cloud Platform region in the Netherlands with an additional zone. The investment, which is worth a reported 500 million euros, expands the existing Netherlands region from two to three regions. With this, all four of the Central European Google Cloud …

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​What’s the best cloud storage for you?

Back in 2007 Drew Houston, Dropbox‘s CEO, got sick and tired of misplacing his USB drive, so he created the first personal and small business cloud storage service. It was a radical one in its day. Today, everyone and their uncle seems to be offering cheap or free cloud storage. …

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Google adds a wheelchair-accessible option for transit maps – TechCrunch

Google Maps has a pretty solid set of data for taking transit from here to there, but anyone with a physical disability knows it isn’t quite that simple. Some stations may be wheelchair-unfriendly, have out-of-service elevators, that kind of thing. A new update to the service adds an option for …

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