Google Launches RCS For Communication Between Companies and Customers

RCS means Rich Communication Services and is the upgrade of SMS which is long overdue. Google has for a couple of years, dedicated itself to enabling carriers’ transition to RCS on a global scale and Google now says that it is working hard to partner with 43 carriers and various OEMs in order to make […]

List Of Android Enterprise Recommended Phones Good for Business

Google is now planning to make Android OS enterprise-compliant after being the heart of consumer market. Such initiative is called “Android Enterprise Recommended”. It is publicized as a means of finding “the best enterprise devices and services Android has to offer”. The company’s first set of Android Enterprise Recommended devices is ready. The consumer market […]

Google Introduces “Auto Ads” To AdSense, How To Set Up Auto ads

Google has added a new tab called ‘Auto ads’ to its AdSense platform which is located just above ‘Ad Units’ tab. What Does Auto ads Means? According to Google, Auto ads are a family of ad formats that provides a simple and innovative way for website owner or bloggers to monetize their content. With Auto […]

The New Google Pay App for Android Is Now available

Recall in January, Google announced that it will be combining all its various payment services into the new Google Pay brand. And now the new Google Pay app for Android has become reality and available. This is simply saying farewell to both Android Pay and Google Wallet. The Google Pay app is actually just one […]

How to Fix Google Two-Factor Authenticator Incorrect Codes

Using two-step verification is a clever way to help guard your data on Google, and other online services. With that protection, anybody endeavouring to break into the user’s account would need both the password and the mobile device that user’s authentication codes are sent to in order to gain access. However, sometimes the Google Authenticator […]

Google Removes ‘View Image’ Button Search Engine

Google has decided to eliminate one of the most important parts of image search. The Search Giant disabled the “view image” button on its desktop search interface. That implies that users can no longer easily navigate to the picture they’d searched for – or download it for later use. It means that you will only […]

Google releases Gmail Go For Devices With Less Than 1GB RAM

Google continues unleashing versions of its apps specially developed for smartphones with less than 1 GB of RAM. After releasing YouTube, Gboard and Google Assistant, now Gmail also giving us its own Go version – Gmail Go. Gmail Go does virtually everything the regular mail app can. It works with less RAM and loads images […]

Google Announces ‘Stories’ Format To Rival Snapchat

Google has announced its own “stories” format Tuesday to compete with Snapchat and Instagram with image-driven news articles aimed at mobile phone and tablet users. Content for its “AMP stories” initially comes from outlets like CNN, The Washington Post, Conde Nast, Wired and US People magazine, and is designed to load much faster on mobile […]

Chrome to start labeling all HTTP pages “Not secure” from July

About this period in 2017, Chrome browser which is owned by Google started labeling HTTP pages with text fields as “Not secure” when user enter any information. And today the Google has announced the next and final step in its approach meant to ensure website owners switch to HTTPS encryption. From July this, when Chrome […]

Some Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL tricks you will Like

Google released two world’s top camera phones in 2017 and they were Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL smartphones. Aside being the world’s top 2017 camera phones, they also have a few cool tricks up their sleeves. So let’s explore some of the coolest Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL tricks that we have […]