Google’s Pixel 3a/XL At $239! Up To 30-hours Of Battery Life And A Lot More

As part of its DealZone, recently, B&H is proposing the Google Pixel 3a 64GB Unlocked Android Smartphone for $239 shipped. This deal is at the best price that has been tracked in months, usually, retailing is for $399 at Amazon, $349 was needed to be paid for the newer Pixel 4a as we speak. A 5.6-inch display with 64GB of built-in storage is being offered by Google Pixel 3a. Some amazing holiday season pictures and videos can be captured with its 12.2MP rear camera. Additionally, 7-hours of battery life after plugging in just for 15-minutes can be obtained, when you access the fingerprint reader around the back to unlock the phone. Currently, Amazon has received thousands of 4.4/5 star rating. Read More

Google Meet Introduces “100 Breakout Rooms” In A Single Call To Its Users

Breakout rooms are being introduced by Google Meet, although, presently, the availability G Suite Enterprise customers for Education. As much as breakout rooms seem like a really interesting feature, the accessibility is only for Enterprise for Education as we speak. Workspace, Essentials, Business Standard, Business Plus, Enterprise Essentials, Enterprise Standard, and Enterprise Plus customers, as well as G Suite Business and Enterprise for Education customers, are getting breakout rooms ensures Google. Workspace Business Starter, G Suite Basic, Education, or Nonprofits do not have the availability to it yet. Read More

“Plex Accounts” – Banking Made Easy With Google Pay

“A new way to bank in Google Pay.” Google grandly announces Plex accounts. Google Plex will span over options from banks and credit unions including checking and saving accounts. The just-arrived new Google Pay app is available for both iOS and Android users. Once the app has been set up, through an info screen, users are welcomed with a greeting “Banking meets Google.” Read More

Google Photos Ditches Unlimited Uploads Alongside Other Storage Changes

Google Photos recently went through a couple of storage changes, among which the company decided to put a limit on the uploads users get. Previously, Google Photos granted all users with unlimited uploads. Google recently accounted that they will be limiting the uploads 15GB storage per account that is shared by its popular apps like Gmail and Google Drive. If one wishes to use above the free storage limit, they will have to purchase one of the company’s storage plans. Read More

Google One Rolls Out VPN For Android: How To Enable

Google One is now providing higher tier plan members with VPN services. For the moment, only android users are able to enjoy this function. Google One has assured that all other platform users will be receiving the same service anytime soon now. Users have to adhere to three basic requirements in order to fully optimize the VPN service provided by Google One. Read More