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Signup for Google This Week!  newsletter here -  http://eepurl.com/bEwmL5

Every Sunday, I send out a useful newsletter that covers all the latest and important updates from Google. First, I curate information from authentic and verified sources and then write the newsletter in an easy to understand format with images and summary for each update. You can see fast few newsletters here - http://us12.campaign-archive2.com/home/?u=7565fc09c9755c06392ae1eaa&id=08df9211b8
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Google latest prototype brings the magic of augmented reality to your phone by an entirely new route: Chrome.
It seems that Google envisions a future where AR can be a universal part of the web.Google is experimenting with augmented reality in Chrome.
Read here: http://www.androidpolice.com/2018/01/23/google-experimenting-augmented-reality-chrome/ #AR #VR #Google #Chrome #Technews #Experiment
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Acer has announced the Chromebook Spin 11 (pictured), Chromebook 11 C732, and Chromebox CXI3. All three are priced near the budget end of the price spectrum. As with all new Chrome OS devices, the trio support Google Play, allowing them to run Android apps.
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Google's Gboard for iOS is lagging a bit behind its Android counterpart, but a new update for iPhone users comes with a game changer.
As The Verge has noticed, its dedicated GIF-maker button is no longer hidden at the bottom and now has a more prominent position on the keyboard, right on top beside the word suggestion bar.
Read More: https://www.engadget.com/2018/01/21/google-gboard-make-a-gif-button/
#Gboard #Google #iOS #Android #Update #gif
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Google wants to compete with Amazon again with its popular Audible service, where it plans to start selling audiobooks through the Google Play Store with competitive discounts.
Read here: http://www.techcovenant.com/2018/01/google-play-will-soon-sell-audiobooks.html
#Google #Audiobook #Technews #Playstotre #App
+Google Play +Google+ +Google Arts & Culture +Google Paraguay
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Gmail account is probably filled with thousands of unwanted messages begging to be deleted. You simply can’t risk deleting important emails, and going through each email when there are over ten thousand emails is unpractical.
If you are dealing with a cluttered Gmail account, then I can help make things a little easier for you. Know 3 easy ways to bulk delete emails in Gmail without too much effort.
Read here: https://www.gtricks.com/gmail/how-to-bulk-delete-gmail-emails-3-easy-ways/ #Gtricls #Gmail #bulkmail #delete #techblog #trick #Google
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In India, it’s been long rumored that WhatsApp is working on adding a payment feature.
Although there’s no official word on the precise launch date, a report online claims that the feature could be rolled out as early as next month.
Read here: https://thisisshaikh.blogspot.in/2018/01/whatsapp-pay-upi-based-feature-to-roll.html
#Gtricks #whatsapp #payment #India #launch
+WhatsApp +WhatsApp India +WhatsApp +Google
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Google currently has two OS on the market: Android and Chrome OS. And it's also developing a third operating system called "Fuchsia."
When we last checked in on the experimental OS in May 2017 it has been hard to check in on Fuchsia since.
So after the recent news that the Fuchsia team picked the Chrome OS-powered Google Pixelbook as a supported device, we jumped at the chance to get it up and running.
Read more: https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2018/01/googles-fuchsia-os-on-the-pixelbook-it-works-it-actually-works/ #Gtricks #Google #Fuchsia #os #Upadte #Chrome
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Google's Project Fi can make sense if you only use a smattering of data and want to save money.
It assures those individual users who use more than 6GB of data a month will be charged one flat rate and, like current Fi plans, if you use under 6GB in a month, you have credited back money for those unused gigs.
Read more: https://www.engadget.com/2018/01/17/google-project-fi-bill-protection-unlimited-data/ #Gtricks #ProjectFi #Google #Android #UnlimitedData #ThursdayThought
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By default, Google Docs uses 1.15 line spacing. It works for most users as the document stays compact and readable.
However, you can also use double space in Google Docs to make the document easier to read.
Read to know how: https://www.gtricks.com/docs/add-double-space-google-docs-desktop-mobile-app/ #Gtricks #Googledoc #Trick #Google #Reader
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