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Reminders have been available in the Google Photos app since 2019. These are automatically created memory stories, which are located at the top of the screen. Google has now announced that the reminders will soon also be visible in the web application. Google Photos Web – Memories coming soon Reminders in the Google Photos app show you a selection of your pictures consisting of recent highlights, highlights of specific people, and pictures from one year, two years, three years, four, six, or seven years ago. The widget has also been available since August of this year, which you can further…

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At the beginning of December, Google released the security update for all Pixel phones. However, not for the Pixel 6 devices. They only received the update a few days later. The rollout has now been stopped because some users have connection problems due to the update. Pixel 6 (Pro) – December 2021 update paused The December Security Update was available on December 7th for all Pixel phones except Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro. The new devices only received the update a week later. From then on, the information from users with connection problems piled up. However, some users have…

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If I like something about Android, it is its ability to adapt to any device, something that has already become clear after Google I/O 2014 with the arrival of Android Auto, and, of course, the famous Android Wear. And this article is precisely about the latter, and it is that We can now access the Google Play section of applications for Android Wear as we read in Android Police. The arrival of these devices is revolutionizing the world of technology, which is why Google has banned the customization layers of manufacturers, such as Touchwiz or Sense, with the aim of…

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The Google phone app keeps getting new functions, or functions that were already available in the USA are activated in this country. Just like the “verified calls”. These are now also available on the Pixel 6 Pro. Google phone app with verified calls The verified calls have been available in the USA since last fall. If enabled, they show the caller’s name, the company logo (if any), the reason for the call and a confirmation icon showing that the company has been authenticated by Google. Authentication is done in a secure way, Google does not collect or store any personally…

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We tested Google’s Pixel Buds 2 last year, but returned them due to the recurring audio dropouts. With the Pixel Buds A-Series, an offshoot of the Pixel Buds without gesture control was launched. These were recently discounted at a major electronics store, so let’s take a look at the “little” buds for today’s review. Pixel Buds A – Unboxing The Google-typical packaging with the Pixel Buds A-Series label contains the white charging case with the Pixel Buds A-Series inside, two pairs of interchangeable ear molds (L and S, M is pre-installed), a charging cable and a user guide. Pixel Buds…

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Supercell is a famous Android video game developer company that we all know from two games: Clash of Clans and Hay Day. These games are sure to be installed on your smartphones and tablets, and it doesn’t surprise me, because they are free games, very well done, with very successful graphics and that, despite having in-app purchases, they are not necessary to advance. Well, if you are fans of these two games, today you are in luck, because Boom Beach, the new Supercell game, has just appeared on Google Play. Sorry, I have to rectify: it’s not entirely new, since…

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Knowing languages ​​is of the utmost importance. Whether to run abroad for work, for leisure, because we live in a tourist area, etc. However, many cannot memorize a second or third language due to bad wealth, slip of time, ugliness in languages, etc. , in effect, there is no excuse: who positively wants, finds a possibility. In the meantime, we can make use of translators and dictionaries to get out of the way. We recommend that you download the application on your smartphone Google Translate, which has recently been updated with World Lens, a translator based on increased effectiveness. A…

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“Get all!” is the motto of Pokémon. We all know this series that surely will have marked the childhood of many of us, to such an extent that one of the things I like the most about Google Play are the Game Boy Color and Game Boy Advance emulators to play my beloved Pokémon Yellow. The dream of any person was to become a Pokémon Master, and a lucky few, thanks to google, they got it. Do you remember that Google, for April Fool’s Day, introduced 150 Pokémon to Google Maps for us to capture? Well, it seems that Google…

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A few days ago our fellow Rootear echoed the change that Google had made in the way of displaying application permissions in Google Play. This change was intended to simplify the permissions and make them more understandable for the average user, but this simplification led to a way of categorizing app permissions that introduced major security flaws. This new categorization of permissions meant that an application could update and add potentially dangerous permissions that endanger the privacy of our information without the user knowing it. Since this update, the only way to protect ourselves from this problem was disabling automatic…

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A desk that tastes so much retro with a cathode ray tube computer screen on it, two balloons, a small penguin, a “lava lamp” and a typical party hat. Behind what might seem one of the many and original doodle Google hides an important date for Big G and for internet users around the world. Today it is, in fact, the Google birthday; today the internet giant celebrates its first seventeen years of life. In fact, the birth date of the most clicked search engine in the world is September 4, 1998. But for some years now, from 2005 to…

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