Google To Introduce Autocorrect & Improved Autocomplete In Chrome URLs
The 5 minor improvements introduces for Google Chrome includes autocorrect, better autocomplete, bookmark search, suggestions and UX improvements.
October 19, 2023
Google’s Home Page May End Up Filled With Newsfeeds, Like Bing
Google is currently testing waters in the Indian domain with the new homepage containing newsfeeds, weather information and more.
October 11, 2023
Google Chrome Trialing “Organize Tabs” Feature To Sort Out Tabs For You
The Organize Tabs likely involves AI to help users sort out their tabs into groups.
September 26, 2023
Gmail To Phase Out Legacy HTML View Next Year
Gmail for years had an obscure option to view mailbox in legacy systems or slow internet connections - but it's going away starting next year.
September 11, 2023
Google May Be Introducing Emoji Reactions To Gmail Soon
As revealed by the app's code, Google is working on a quick-fire emoji reply function for Gmail.
September 8, 2023
Google Photos Locked Folder Support is Coming for iOS and Web
The Locked Folder support in Google Photos, which was initially limited to Android, is making its way to iOS and web.
August 15, 2023
“I’m Not A Robot”: Study Says Robots Solve CAPTCHAs Better Than Humans
Research says bots are significantly better than humans at solving the CAPTCHA test that was intended to prove you're not a robot.
August 7, 2023
Instagram’s Threads Is Getting A Web Version Soon, Says Zuckerberg
Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg has confirmed the web version of Threads is "coming in the next few weeks", among other things.
June 23, 2023
Google, Why Am I Playing Whack-A-Mole In Search?
Noticed something different when you search for specific things on Google, such as images? If you've clicked on the wrong button a few times before - you're probably not alone.
February 10, 2023
Let’s Talk: Is Twitter API Getting Paywalled A Good Idea?
Twitter is in the news lately for its controversial decision to pull free API support for developers, hobbyists and researchers alike (which is later reversed, somewhat). But regardless, had Twitter went ahead with its initial decision, what are the implications?