Google Might Be Launching Something Similar To Duolingo

After everything, it is now time for Google to venture into the foreign language learning market and give a competition to platforms like Rosetta Stone, Duolingo, and Babel. As per reports from The Information, Google is said to be working on an app called Tivoli. This is known to be built in Google’s Search and work on only text at first. This service will be launched later this year.

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First-Ever Retail Store Of Google Opened In New York

Following Apple, Google has now opened its first-ever walk-in store with hardware products on display and much more in New York.

This store has been opened in the Chelsea area. Customers can walk into this store anytime and select what they want to buy from a vast range of software and hardware products made by Google. These include Pixel phones, Stadia, WearOS, Nest, Fitbit devices, Pixelbooks, and more. The total area of this store is 5,000 square feet.

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Honor Phones With Google Apps Announced For The First Time Since Split With Huawei

Huawei, the Chinese smartphone maker has been banned from working with US companies. The outcome of this is the Huawei smartphones do not have Google’s services and apps in them. It has been almost two years now. Now, Honor, a sub-brand of Huawei, has launched its first device containing Google apps after its split with Huawei. A state-backed group bought Huawei last year in November. This means that Honor can now again start working with Google. 

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Next AirPods Earbuds Might Come With Fitness Tracking Features

If rumors are to be believed then it looks like Apple is going to launch its next-generation AirPods which is likely to feature fitness tracking capabilities. This news comes from Kevin Lynch, the Apple Vice President of Technology who shared in an interview with TechCrunch that there is a possibility that its TWS earbuds would be having sensor fusion that is available across “some devices.” This means that it merges data from various devices like an iPhone and Apple Watch, and along with software tweaks, accurate results can be obtained.

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Apple Podcasts Subscriptions Now Allowed For iOS Users

Apple Podcasts subscriptions have finally been released. Users from over 170 countries can now purchase these subscriptions for either individual shows or group shows using channels. This way they can show their support to their favorite creators, enjoy new content, and also unlock additional benefits like ad-free listening and early access, directly on Apple Podcasts, the company said.

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Google Introduces Android Earthquake Alert System Along With New Features Of Android Auto And More

We already told you about some of the features that Google has announced. Here you bring before you some more features that have been announced by Google. These include the Android Earthquake alert system, Emoji Kitchen recommendations, and new features of Android Auto. Here are the details.

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Google Launches New Features Like Starred Messages, End-To-End Encryption, And More

Google has come up with some new features for Android to provide users with a better experience. The new updates are mainly aimed at the safety of the users. End-to-end encryption and Starred messages features for its messages have been released by Google. You can now even open Android apps using your voice. Let’s know about these in detail.

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