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Stressed out from shopping? Play a little game to ease the mind. After that, you've got a free photo album you can make and that's another gift checked.
With privacy concerns abound as our homes smarten up, Google has decided against including a camera on its smart home hub.
A slate of new Google features are rolling out to consumers for use at their leisure. Except for Color Pop. You'll learn why.
Duplex was great and all. Android P made a big step towards wider, faster distribution. But what about privacy? We talk Google I/O on this week's show.
Sharing photos you take with the people that are in them should be easier. Google Photos will help to do that and much more with its AI.
Available for Pixel and Pixel 2 users since November, the Google Lens "preview" experience is finally expanding to other Android phones, also "coming soon" on iOS.
Google Lens is supposed to bring all the addresses and phone numbers we capture with our cameras and make them actually useful on our phones.
The dongle now costs way less and is more convenient to replace if needed. Google Photos backups on the original Pixel phones aren't going anywhere.
Compression-free uploads will last up to 2021. From there, Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL will still get free though compressed backups.
HTC is planning to add new abilities to its squeeze-based user interface, Edge Sense, including zooming into maps or pictures and turning off alarms.
Only two big Google apps have been updated with revised software version targets. Code refers to a new API level and a new Android version.
If you share an album of an event with your friends on Google Photos, they'll automatically get pushed photos to share by Google's AI.
Google Lens can "understand what you see", turning your smartphone camera and digital assistant into something truly revolutionary.
It has a new guide for best practices on the Android website and a new backup function for contacts and calendar events on Google Drive for iOS.
Kodak? Polaroid? Fujifilm? None of the above? No problem. If you ever finally get around to scanning some old photos, you will not need a dedicated machine.
The promo shows off some Googlers jumping up for a photo, only for it to not be taken. Darn "Storage Full" box. Well, what's the phone, there?
Google Photos is an extremely useful, one-of-a-kind cross-platform storage service, and the latest video promoting it doesn't let iFans forget why.
The Moto G4 and Moto G4 Plus will be compatible with AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, US Cellular and Verizon when it begins sales July 12.
Plan on getting the Moto Z in any form or fashion? You can back your pictures and movies up to Google Photos at full resolution for free.
If you take a lot of photos with your Nexus device, perhaps maybe even throughput photos on your dedicated camera, Google Photos may get interesting.
Eric Kay, Director of Engineering, announced a new messaging app called Allo. It focuses on letting you express yourself in a messaging situation while making it secure and smart with the Google Assistant.
You connect with your phone contacts and talk with your friends through texts, lots of custom-made stickers and a little something called “WhisperShout”. It’s a slider feature that can shrink or grow how your message will appear in the conversation — sorta like how you can hold the Like button to blow up a thumbs up in a Facebook Messenger [...]
As always, Google takes April Fools' Day uniquely seriously, unveiling the Cardboard Plastic actual reality headset, parachute Express delivery, and more.
New Google Photos reversible edits for its Android app allow users to tweak and re-tweak their pics to get just the right look.