The Google G Suite productivity apps will now show your employe if you’re using their apps with the help of the new Work Insights tool.
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Windows 10 uses Bing as the default search engine in your Start menu search field. Learn how you can switch to Google as the default search engine in Windows.
Google announced this week that they’re getting rid of their Inbox app. After the big redesign of Gmail earlier this year, they no longer need it.
A proposal has been made for the U.S. to regulate Google. Should governments be in the business of regulating search engines?
Android devices send data to Google more often than Safari sends data to Apple, according to a new report.
It was discovered that Google has been tracking your location even when you have disabled Location History.
For those who love the Roboto font and wish to use it in their app, here’s how to install the Roboto font on your PC.
Google will let businesses using G Suite know if their users are being targeted with a government-backed attack.
If you need to find something on the Internet, you go to Google. But have you tried the other options? Let’s find out how other search engines fare in answering your questions.
Saying “Okay, Google” to Google Home again and again can get tedious and annoying. The new Continued Conversation option can save you some trouble.
If you are really worried about the security of your Gmail account, Google has created an easy-to-use Security Checkup tool for you to check your account.
Google has added new AI-based recommendation features to its Google Maps. Check them out here.
Are you bored? Do you like playing games? Does the prospect of playing games sound like a cure for your boredom? Luckily for you, Google has your back.
Google has a program called Foobar that flags people who go looking for code-related information, giving them coding challenges and occasionally hiring them.
The EU has fined Google $5 billion for antitrust abuse with the dominance of its Android operating system. Was this a fair decision?
At some point you might delete some information accidentally on your Android phone. With Google backup you can easily recover Android settings and data.
As humans, we have to claim we’re not robots fairly often. But there’s more to captchas than meets the eye, and they’re far from foolproof.
Android has the best support for Google’s services, but iPhone can do well on its own. This will show how to get Google’s best features on your iPhone.