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Dropbox brings Google Docs, Sheets, Slides integration for Business accounts

While Dropbox and Google Drive are generally seen as competitors in terms of cloud storage aspects, there are some features of the latter that...

Slides update: Keep integration, add-ons from Adobe, Shutter Stock

If you do a lot of client presentations or reporting decks, you probably have mastered the art of Powerpoint or Keynote or Prezi. But...

Hangouts to replace Google Talk in chat within Docs, Sheets, Slides

When Google announced a few months ago that they were shutting down Google Talk, no one was really surprised and no one actually panicked...

Google Drive, Docs shutting down old versions; Calendar web gets update

A lot of tech companies and apps seem to be on a virtual house-cleaning spree and this time it’s Google’s turn. They have announced...

Google Suite updates bring new features to mobile apps

Being able to work on your documents even when mobile has become an important factor for a lot of working people who are digitally...

Google Slides can now be controlled by Android Wear devices

When smartwatches were first introduced to the market, most users wanted to have the coolest apps on their wrist that would make them seem...

Google Keep sorted by topic, Google Apps get improved notifications

With the news that Evernote has cut some of the features from its free app (and made the paid ones more expensive), people are...

Offline access to Google Docs, Sheets, Slides, now easier 

When you’re working on something on your mobile device, Internet access isn’t always reliable. So sometimes, you need to save or access files on...

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GOOGLE Assistant CES 2020

Google Assistant updates, improvements announced at CES 2020

Google usually makes major announcements during the Google I/O which happens May of each year but it's taking advantage of this year's biggest tech...

LG G8X ThinQ Dual Screen review: a few steps shy of...

Foldables are the new obsession in the mobile tech industry but we're still very far from the ideal, especially when it comes to durability...