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Google Chrome adds smart AI-powered features, with more to come

Google Chrome adds smart AI-powered features, with more to come

Image: Mark Hachman / IDG Google Chrome is adding three new generative AI features, ranging from the creative to the practical. For now, however, they’re an experiment — though it’s likely they’ll arrive in the stable version of the browser before long. The three new features include AI-powered tab organization, a way to use AI

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Google makes employ of public security argument to deflect competitors

Google makes employ of public security argument to deflect competitors

By Ronan Shields  •  November 3, 2023  •  3 min read  • Ivy Liu Google’s advertising empire (both in search and online display advertising) is under fire on several fronts, and in this week’s proceedings, the narrative took a new hue as the search giant’s defense spoke up in court. In some territories, those jibes are being

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Google to pay €3.2M yearly fee to German recordsdata publishers

Google to pay €3.2M yearly fee to German recordsdata publishers

Google has agreed to pay German publishers €3.2mn per year for publishing their content on its News search engine. The compensation is part of an interim agreement between the tech giant and Corint Media, pending a decision by the German Patent and Trademark Office (DPMA), which will determine the final (and potentially higher) amount. Corint

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Google Bard Expands Its Reach into Google Apps and Services

Google Bard Expands Its Reach into Google Apps and Services

In a significant leap in the world of generative AI, Google’s Bard will now have access to a broader range of Google applications and services, including Gmail, Docs, Drive, YouTube, and more. Known as Bard Extensions, this feature will allow you to interact with the chatbot to maximize the power of Google’s suite of tools.

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Google axes Chromebooks with discrete Nvidia GPUs

Google axes Chromebooks with discrete Nvidia GPUs

Image: Asus Who wants to play full-power PC games on a Chromebook? At least a few people, presumably, since Google and its manufacturing partners have made “gaming Chromebooks” for a year or so. But with some screen upgrades and RGB keyboards, these machines are very clearly intended to be used with cloud services like GeForce

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Google releases Nearby Share, its Android AirDrop clone for Windows

Google releases Nearby Share, its Android AirDrop clone for Windows

Image: Google You now have a new way to connect your Windows PC to an Android device to share files: Nearby Share, an app Google released Wednesday and which will be bundled with upcoming PCs. As the name suggests, Nearby Share allows you to share files back and forth between Android devices and PCs. It’s

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Google Drive is killing support for Windows 8, 8.1, and

Google Drive is killing support for Windows 8, 8.1, and

Image: PCWorld / Google Windows 8 and 8.1 died earlier this year, but that hasn’t stopped people from continuing to use those operating systems. But if the lack of support and security updates haven’t compelled you to upgrade, Google’s now increasing the pressure to get on to a modern OS: Come this summer, it’s discontinuing

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Become a Google Cloud Developer and streamline your business operations

Become a Google Cloud Developer and streamline your business operations

We may earn revenue from the products available on this page and participate in affiliate programs. Learn more › Becoming a Google Cloud Engineer can help raise your earning potential in a competitive cloud job market. Right now, you can get The 2023 Complete Google Cloud Developer and DevOps Course Bundle for just $39. The cloud is...

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5 Google I/O announcements we wish Apple would have made first

5 Google I/O announcements we wish Apple would have made first

Skip to content Image: Foundry ‘Tis the season for developer conferences–Apple’s WWDC (the one we care about the most) is in June, Microsoft has theirs later this month, and Google’s I/O conference kicked off this week. Developer conference keynotes are fun because you get to see what the companies are working on and what new...

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Google just revealed the Pixel Fold

Google just revealed the Pixel Fold

If you buy through links on BGR, we may receive an affiliate commission. Learn more. Google will announce the Pixel Fold on May 10th at its Google I/O developer conference, but given that the device has already leaked extensively, there isn’t much left to reveal. That might explain why Google chose to showcase the unannounced...

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