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Hey Google, what’s for dinner? On-demand food delivery coming to Assistant

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Would you like some large fries and a frozen drink with that? With our busy lives nowadays, along with the onset of winter now arriving, more and more people are eating out or ordering take away to have at home...

League of Legends is going mobile on Android and iOS — eventually

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You've probably heard of League of Legends. It's a huge MMORPG / Battle Arena slash em up that's formed the basis for many an eSports tournament, and it's been PC-only, until now. Well, soon ... probably next year according...

Instagram is this week’s leaky ship, with users’ private contact details exposed via profile...

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It's a day ending in "y", which means it's time for a reminder of how Facebook handles your private data - badly. Today it's Instagram's turn, with users' contact details exposed in web profiles regardless of whether the user...

You can now buy a wider variety of Movies and TV Shows on YouTube

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YouTube is the world's largest video platform, and Google would like it easier for people to consume even more moving picture entertainment on the platform. To that end YouTube has announced its Movies and Shows store has arrived in...

Google Assistant integration to Messages is beginning to roll out

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Back at MWC we had an early look at the integration of Google Assistant into Messages but as is often the way we were not given a timeline on delivery for users. It seems that has now been...

Google Assistant can now … settle your debts?

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Google Assistant is constantly striving to be more personal and more helpful with every update, and today's latest announcement is actually pretty cool ... if you live in the USA. Users in the US will soon be able to...

Google is changing search result presentation for mobile users to place sites’ branding upfront

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While we like to refer to Google as an advertising company or the parent of Android, the company made its name in search. Today, Google has detailed some changes coming to search for mobile. Google doesn't often make big changes...

Tor browser finally has a stable release for Android

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Tor browser is a great tool for anyone wanting to add a layer of anonymity to their web activities. It's routinely used by professions that require some level of secrecy or protection, and it's finally available in a stable...

You can now make Google Duo group calls in Australia

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Earlier this month we heard that Google's video calling app Duo was taking its group calling feature out of beta and expanding more widely than the original test market of Indonesia. We were keenly waiting, but we didn't receive...

Google rolls out dark theme to two more core Google apps on Android

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With Google officially announcing Dark Mode coming in the next version of Android Q (or is it 10?), Google is continuing its rollout of dark mode to the core apps on Android. Today it's Google Keep and Calendar that's getting...

Google’s new kid-focused reading app Rivet is incompatible with their kid-focused Family Link accounts

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Earlier this week Google announced Rivet, an app focused on assisting kids to learn to read. We were excited to see it launch, and we still think that overall it's a fantastic concept. If you want to know more...

Stop your Google Account being hijacked – just by adding a phone number

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Some online services make it fairly difficult to secure your account beyond an email address and a password. When you stop and consider just how much of your online identity is protected by these two simple things - which...

Google Live Transcribe continues early evolution, soon to show sound events

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For those who have hearing difficulties, Live Transcribe made quite an impact when it was launched. It gives opportunity for people with varying levels of hearing impairment to be more involved in active conversation, even in relatively noisy environments. If...

Google brings Carmen Sandiego back to Google Earth

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Back in March, Google asked for super sleuths to help track down Carmen Sandiego in Google Earth. The company was blown away by the enthusiasm and speed with which people helped find the former VILE agent who has now...

Google is pulling the plug on Project Campfire

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It appears Project Campfire, which was an initiative that was meant to enable Chromebook users the ability to boot Windows or Linux, is no more. AboutChromebooks reported the closure based on comments and code removals on Chromium that have make...

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