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In 2021, Google is expected to pay Apple $15 billion to be the default search engine on Safari

According to experts, Google would pay Apple $15 billion (approximately Rs. 1,10,718 crores) in 2021 to remain the default search engine for iPhone, iPad, and Mac. The cost of keeping Google as the default search engine for the Safari browser has reportedly increased once again, and it is expected to rise much more in 2022. It’s commonly assumed that Google pays Apple a large sum of money each year to

In India, Google Safety Centre has been updated to include support for eight Indian languages

On Wednesday, August 25, Google announced an upgraded Google Safety Centre in eight Indian languages, as well as an online safety-focused initiative called “Be Internet Awesome” for children in the nation, during the virtual Google for India event. The software, which is currently available in several international markets, features an interactive experience dubbed “Interland” that teaches youngsters the basics of internet safety as they play free arcade games. The Internet

How can you secure your Google Search history using a password?

Google keeps track of the searches you make using its services. YouTube, Google Search, Google Assistant, and other Google services are among them. Even if you only ask Google Assistant a single inquiry, the firm maintains note of it so you can access what you’ve previously searched (or asked for). Anyone with access to your phone may get these search results on activity.google.com, as it simply requires your account to

Users report that the Google App on Android phones of all brands is crashing after a recent update

The Google app for Android is crashing on phones from a variety of manufacturers and locations. On Reddit and Twitter, a number of users have expressed their dissatisfaction with the software. After a stable update was pushed out to Android smartphones across brands, a problem appears to have been introduced to the Google app. Google Assistant and Google Lens are apparently malfunctioning for certain users as a result of the

Google will use Samsung's ultra-thin glass in its foldable Pixel smartphone

Samsung has been making foldable screens for a few years and is one of the market leaders, having released a number of foldable gadgets. The business makes its own ultra-thin glass that is only used in its foldable, but that might change in the near future. Samsung will offer its ultra-thin glass (UTG) to Google, according to a new claim from ET News. Google is presently building its own foldable

Google Pay enables international money transactions between the United States and Singapore and India

Google Pay will now accept payments from users in the United States to Singapore and India. It has partnered with major remittance firms Wise and Western Union to offer international money transfers. By the end of the year, Google Pay customers in the United States should be able to send money to people in more than 200 countries and territories via Western Union and more than 80 countries via Wise.

FLoC is being tested by Google in India and other countries

Google also announced the implementation of Federated Learning of Cohorts (FLoC), which is an important aspect of its Chrome Privacy Sandbox initiative. FLoC can replace cookies, which Google uses to remember your favourite language, make the advertisements you see more important to you, count how many visits a page gets, assist you in signing up for its services, secure your privacy, and remember your ad settings. FLoC runs locally on

Gmail also has Google Chat and Rooms in one app, which is open to all users.

Google’s Chat and Rooms feature is now open to all Gmail users, with the aim of making Gmail your “Home for Work.” Previously, this service was only open to business customers, but Google is now making the integrated workplace feature accessible to personal account holders as well. The aim is for users to be able to complete all tasks on a single page without having to click between tabs. ‘Chat’

With a slew of new features, Google Maps Compass is back on Android.

The Compass functionality in Google Maps is being reintroduced for Android users. The function was initially discontinued in 2019 due to compatibility problems, but it has now been reinstated as a result of customer reviews. The Compass functionality in Google Maps for iOS, on the other hand, has not been disabled and will continue to be accessible in the future. The compass can be used in two ways: as a

Google Duo Review: Skype has a serious rival.

At this year’s Google I/O, Google revealed two new messaging apps: a video calling service dubbed ‘Duo’ and a daily text messenger called ‘Allo.’ The business boasted of the app’s user-friendly interface at the time of the incident. Many of us would say that Skype and Facetime are the most common video chatting apps at the moment. Duo might not be as effective as Google says, particularly now that Whatsapp