Google Pledges $800+ Million To Support Brutal Covid-19 Pandemic Crises

Google has announced $800+ Million to support global ‘Covid-19 Pandemic’ crises and a fund of $340 Million in the form of free ads for small businesses (SMBs)

Need Authentic Info On Coronavirus — Visit Google Covid-19 Website Only

Google’s new website on Coronavirus offers information about the pandemic, prevention measures as well as local resources.  Read on… As Coronavirus has become its biggest search topic by a country, Google has recently launched a new website that is dedicated to the…

Why You Must Visit The Google COVID-19 Website?

Are you in lockdown? Is pandemic panic taking over you? Is self-isolation killing you? Has your business gone downhill? Looking for a work from home opportunity? Google’s Coronavirus (COVID-19) Website has an answer for how to plan ahead.

Google Chrome 78 releases Tab customisation, Forced Dark Mode, more

Google released its latest Chrome 78 stable version that brings a host of improvements and bug fixes. A new customisation menu for the New Tab page lets you personalise your tab while the Forced Dark Mode enables dark mode for even those websites which do not support the dark theme, Engadget reports.

Google Maps gets new tools for seamless travelling

Google Maps has added a range of new tools that are aimed at making travel plans simpler and seamless. Google Maps will now show all your flight and hotel reservations under ‘Your Places’ in the app menu.

Google’s not getting the latest and greatest content today

Google indexing issue is not common. This entails that the search engine is unable to show the latest and greatest content available online.

Google improves image search for easy comparison

Google has announced a few changes to the way users search images through its platform and how the results are displayed. With the new changes kicking in, when you select an image, it appears in a side panel on the page, next to the search results, the official blog explains.

Google won US approval – Radar based hand motion sensor

Alphabet’s Google unit won approval from US regulators to deploy a radar-based motion sensing device known as Project Soli On Monday, The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) said in an order late that it would grant Google an exemption to operate…