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05
Jul

Google is trying out its own internet speed test in search results

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It seems everyone wants to have their own speed test nowadays. A month after Netflix launched fast.com, Google is trying out a way for people to check your internet speed by simply typing “check internet speed” into search.   Looks like... Continue reading
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05
Jul

Google is building casting features right into Chrome

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Google Chrome is about to learn a new trick. The browser is set to be updated with a new feature that allows you to take advantage of Google Cast without the need for a separate browser extension.   Google Cast is... Continue reading
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23
Jun

Google's two-factor authentication is now a breeze to use

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Two-factor authentication, while basically essential for protecting important aspects of your online life nowadays, can also be annoying, especially if you juggle a lot of accounts.   Usually, the two-factor authentication (or 2-step verification, as Google calls it), works as follows:... Continue reading
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23
Jun

Google Maps starts explaining what foreign businesses actually are

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If you've ever tried getting around when traveling in a country with an unfamiliar language, you might have had trouble figuring out what all the businesses around you are, even if you could read the names. A new Google Maps feature... Continue reading
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23
Jun

Google Promises Improved Voicemail Transcriptions, Cuts Error Rate By 49%

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“Hi, My name is Melissa and also i’m calling on behalf of terribly a meeting a technology company at the forefront of, and both the city of entertainment. I wanted to follow up with you to make sure you saw love... Continue reading
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22
Jun

Google is just delighted with this extra-polite search query by a British grandmother

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Good manners never fail—even on automated search engines. On June 9, an 86-year-old UK woman named May Ashworth typed a simple Google query:“Please translate these roman numerals mcmxcviii thank you.” The polite request quickly went viral, after Ashworth’s 25-year-old grandson Ben... Continue reading
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21
Jun

Google Photos Finally Supports The Slideshow Option

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We all know how implausible and amazingly organized Google Photos feature is, which truly makes the best use of advanced machinery learning as well as neural networks to make it easier for you to search photos from the automatically organized pictures... Continue reading
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21
Jun

Google Brings Attention to Criminal Justice Reform With Love Letters Campaign

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This week, a new report by The Sentencing Project revealed the startling racial and ethnic disparities among the incarcerated; African Americans are incarcerated in state prisons across the country at more than five times the rate of whites, and at... Continue reading
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20
Jun

Google employees are adding 'Lady' to their job titles to fight sexism

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More than 800 members of Google's staff are standing together in a showing against sexism today by appending a single word to their job titles: "Lady."   Business Insider has details on the protest, which is happening in response to... Continue reading
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20
Jun

Tame your Gmail Inbox, master google spreadsheets & more with 8 courses that are 95% off

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Finding yourself adrift in a sea of emails? Have no idea where you saved that cat meme? Gain back control of your online life with the Google Guru Bundle, now only $29 for BGR readers.   Packed with over 27... Continue reading
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18
Jun

Google is removing the custom date range search filter for mobile users

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Mobile searchers on Google will no longer be able to use the custom date range search filter. To access that feature, they need to go to the desktop version of Google.   Google is removing yet another search option filter, but... Continue reading
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18
Jun

Google testing filter buttons for Shopping ads: Filter by local availability, top rated and more

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The new test offers more opportunity for ad exposure beyond the product listing ad box and mobile carousel.   Google has started testing product filter buttons for product listing ads in the search results, including a special “In Store” filter for... Continue reading
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17
Jun

Google says keywords in the TLD part of your URL are ignored for ranking purposes

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After a controversial sponsored post on Search Engine Land, Google has said that they ignore the keywords in the TLD portion of your domain names.   Google’s John Mueller confirmed yesterday in a Google Hangout that keyword-rich TLDs, such as the... Continue reading
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17
Jun

New survey says Google Maps favored by nearly 70 percent of iPhone users

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The survey data seem to contradict statements made by Apple and others about Apple Maps' dominance on the iPhone.   Earlier this week at Apple’s WWDC, the company announced a “beautiful redesign” of Apple Maps and opened it up to third-party... Continue reading
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17
Jun

Official: Google is rolling out green “Ad” label globally

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In April, Google users in many countries began seeing green “Ad” labels instead of yellow ones next to text ads in Google search results.   In the last week, more and more users have reported seeing the green labels. On Wednesday,... Continue reading
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