Here’s What The New Google Photos Update Will Contain

Google Photos has seen several major updates for some time now. There have been updates where the users have got an Explore page as well as a Favourites option in Library which wasn’t available earlier. Another feature that has been included in recent updates has been the ability to show high-quality photos in a bad light. Recent reports suggest that Google is in talks to release a big update to the app soon. Read More

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Caesar Sengupta Google’s Next Billion Users Head Calls It Quits With The Company After 15 Years

Caesar Sengupta, who worked as Vice President and General Manager of payments and the Next Billion Users initiative at Google has resigned from the company. Sengupta has been leading Google’s efforts in payments and building products for the next lot of internet users has called it quits with the company. He worked with the company for about 15 years and now he has resigned to start a new venture. Read More

Apple To Suspend The iMac Pro And Two Variants Of Its 21.5-Inch iMac

Apple has recently announced that they are going to stop the iMac Pro and two designs of the 21.5 inch iMac.

A report by MacRumors said that the 512 GB and 1 TB SSD variants of the 21.5-inch iMac will not be available anymore for the users to buy. Only the 256 GB SSD and 1 TB Fusion drive forms will be available for sale on Apple’s site. Read More

Apple To Apply App Store Rules To All Apps Globally After China Workaround

After reports of Chinese app developers preparing workarounds for Apple’s upcoming limits on ad tracking, the company has said that it will apply App Store rules to all apps throughout the world.

The latest software update iOS 14.5 that the U.S. tech giant is planning to release in the coming weeks will ask for the permission of the users before apps can start tracking them across other services and websites for advertising with targets. the worry for most digital companies including Facebook lies in the fact that most people would deny the permission which will hence cause a decrease in their revenue. Read More

Google Launches New Video Service Called Threadit

Google’s in-house incubator, Area 120 has developed a new video service known as ‘Threadit’. Google has officially made its announcement and this will be available both as a website and as a Chrome extension.

Using this new launch, users can record small videos or clips or even record their screen and share them with their friends and family and other known ones. Read More

New Models Of iPad To Be Launched By Next Month

Apple is all set to launch new models of iPad earliest by next month. Due to the pandemic and owing to the work-from-home working and learning the line of iPads performed well and hence Apple has decided to launch the new models of iPad. Bloomberg has said a report that Cupertino has plans of adding to its iPad Pro line. These will have a better processor which will be at the same level as M1. These will also have better cameras while giving the same designs and these will also have two sizes options-11 inch and 12.9 inches. Read More

French Watchdog Investigates Apple’s ‘App Tracking Transparency’ Feature

France’s antitrust watchdog has denied the requests made by the advertisers to stop the privacy feature of Apple which is coming up. Although it still faces scrutiny over whether it favors its products and services unfairly.

Apple has introduced a new feature called the ‘App Tracking Transparency’ which lets users block advertisers who track them through different applications. Read More