YouTube To Introduce Pop-Up Reminders To Curb Toxic Comments

Youtubers face a lot of toxic and negative comments on a daily basis no matter what they do or say on their channel. Almost everyone on the platform seems to have faced these comments. Naturally, it can be harmful to their mental well being, so YouTube is trying to reduce the number of hate comments through a new feature they’re experimenting with. Read More

Google’s Recorder App To Get An Audio Editing Feature

Google recently announced that its Recorder App, available for Pixel 2 or newer phones, will get a new update that will make it easier for users to search through audio files. The update will allow users to select a snippet of audio from a recorded clip, which can either be shared or removed from the larger audio file. Read More

Pixel 4 Owners Can Switch To Pixel 5 With Trade-In Offers Up To $365

Google‘s most affordable flagship, Pixel 5, doesn’t seem to be boasting a very hot trade-in value when it comes to swapping from the Pixel 4 to the Pixel 5.

Google Store is offering a trade-in at checkout for Pixel 5 that includes as little as $195 for a Pixel 4 and as much as $365 for a maxed-out Pixel 4 XL, assuming there’s no damage. Read More

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Google Meet Rolls Out Noise Cancellation To iOS And Android, Adds Attendance Reports For Schools

Thanks to noise cancellation on Android and iOS, Google Meet will now let users filter out disruptive sounds. Moreover, it will also add attendance reports for schools and educators.

Joining background blur, Google Meet will filter out any background noise such that you can call from any possible environment, including “keyboard typing, doors opening and closing, and construction outside your window.” Google’s “cloud-based AI” supports this feature by blocking out anything that isn’t your voice.  Read More

Pixelbook Goes Out Of Stock On The Google Store

First announced in the year 2017, the Pixelbook has now gone out of stock three years later. The first-party store in the US lists all three configurations and the refurbished model as “Out of stock.”

Although there is a chance that the inventory might return, but the current designation matches the Pixel 3a and Pixel 4. While the stock is completely exhausted in the UK, the Canadian Store only offers the highest-end model. Read More

Google To Launch Pixel 5, New Chromecast, And Smart Speaker On September 30th

Google is planning to launch its Pixel 5 smartphone, a new Chromecast, and a new smart speaker at a special event scheduled for September 30th. The company has started inviting members of the media to the said event, promising the launch of new hardware. The invite says, “We invite you to learn all about our new Chromecast, our latest smart speaker, and our new Pixel phones.” Read More

Google Groups To Revamp, Will Include Improved Mobile Site Among Other Features

Starting next week, Google Groups’ Material Design, which was in beta for months, will revamp to become the default version for all users. Google announced in a blog post about the new interface which will have several “highly requested features” on top of a new mobile design, updated collaborative inboxes, and replaces tags and categories in groups with labels. Read More

YouTube Music Hits 500 Million Downloads, Set To Officially Replace Google Play Music On All Android Devices

Google’s latest venture at a Music Streaming App, YouTube Music, has just crossed 500 million downloads. YouTube Music was not very well received when it came out, with most users favoring Google’s old Music App – Google Play Music. But Google is discontinuing Play Music soon, and YouTube Music is the intended replacement app. Replacing such a widely loved application was obviously a very tough task, and reaching 500 million downloads on Google Play Store is a big achievement for YouTube Music, even after the service is being aggressively promoted by Google.  Read More