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Google continue working to stay ahead of the bad guys and keep your devices...

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In the current connected era we live in, keeping devices secure is a strong focus not only for users but for providers as well. Android as a mobile platform has over 2.5 billion devices connected which results in...

Spotify spruced up their app UI with easier access to your favourite tunes

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Spotify is the leader in streaming music and their user numbers show this very clearly. With the continually evolving streaming market and changes from competitors it can be hard to keep up. The latest update to the...

Google continues to move towards YouTube Music, sadly the first upload efforts aren’t great

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The continual steps towards YouTube Music becoming Google’s only music platform are .. well .. continuing. Like a lot of users, I’m waiting for feature parity before I migrate over permanently. One of the final keys to that puzzle...

Google Messages is continuing to evolve, soon to add reactions

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The Google Messages platform is continuing to evolve, we've seen the addition of RCS with Telstra and soon we may see reactions added too. The team at 9to5Google has discovered through an APK teardown some code strings that suggest...

WhatsApp dark mode has begun rolling out to Android and iOS users

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Dark mode, a feature that you either love or hate but an ever increasing feature that is requested, has begun rolling out overnight to Android and iOS users of WhatsApp. The new Dark mode feature, should you choose to enable...

Google Photos UI changes rolling out, removing the hamburger menu and more

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Google are rolling out all the changes in yet another app today, this time Google Photos. The new UI changes makes some major changes such as removing the hamburger menu, which disappeared from Google Maps a few weeks...

YouTube Music continues to improve, this time rolling a new interface to the Player...

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Let's face it, YouTube Music, although is inferior to Play Music at this stage, is the future of Google's music offerings. You may like it or not but if you want to stick to the Google ecosystem you...

March Pixel security update OTA available now with some of the Pixel Feature Drop...

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Right on cue Google has released the March update for Pixel phones along with details of the Pixel feature drop. While all the details of the feature drop have been revealed not all seem to be present in...

Facebook Messenger set for a major overhaul

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Facebook Messenger is one of the biggest messaging platforms in our digital world. The user base is massive and the interface is remarkably simple, it's also set for a major overhaul. TechChrunch has delivered a report that...

WearOS may have some big changes on the horizon

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When Google purchased Fitbit for a cool 2.1 billion US dollars, there were immediately high expectations. Perhaps some of the expectations were born from hope, but - being honest - this could be the last roll of the...

Gmail continues to develop capacity to detect malicious attachments to keep you safe online

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When you think about the volume of email that is processed through Gmail servers every day, particularly taking into account the G Suite users, there’s a lot of data. Unsurprisingly, nefarious actors like to access other people's data, and so...

Google users in the UK will lose GDPR protections, falling back to much weaker...

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Being part of Europe brought UK citizens a number of benefits (and I'm sure there are downsides too) but one of the things that they've enjoyed until very recently was the excellent privacy and personal information protections offered by...

Microsoft is bringing Defender antivirus to Android and iOS users in 2020

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Microsoft Defender has long been a part of Windows' security offering, and it has seen an almost complete removal of the need for 3rd party antivirus software; it's adept at dealing with viruses, malware and other crap from the...

You can now export your Facebook photos to Google Photos in Australia

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Late last year, Facebook introduced a means to export photos to Google Photos. The tool was launched in Ireland in December, and it's now become available to users in Australia. Part of the Data Transfer Project, the tool will help...

Mozilla launches its own VPN service for Android and Chromebooks

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The Mozilla Foundation - behind the popular Firefox browser - has announced its bringing its own VPN service to Android, Chromebook and Windows devices, offering greater security, more speed and at a reasonable cost. Until now, there have been...

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