Google must look at this and feel even more uncomfortable than usual.
Month: January 2023
If you need to use different languages for different email recipients, Gmail has you covered with the Input Tools option.
A developer’s new best friend? ChatGPT is up with the best when it comes to automatically debugging code. But whether it saves developers’ time or creates more work remains to be seen.
Google announced today how Android and the Play Store will change to comply with recent regulatory rulings in India. more… The post How Android and Google Play are changing in India following antitrust ruling appeared first on 9to5Google.
If you find yourself missing notifications for important emails on Android, the problem might be a particular setting in the Gmail app. And there’s more than one way to handle this.
Oppo’s Find N2 is the latest testament to foldable phone supremacy and Samsung’s lack of competition — at least within the US. Here are three of its features that I hope to see in Samsung’s next Z Fold.
The US DOJ and a handful of states have filed an antitrust lawsuit against the internet giant, accusing it of unlawfully dominating the digital ad tech market.
Make this process part of your Android maintenance routine.
The US Department of Justice, along with eight other states, sued Google today, alleging antitrust practices in digital ads to “unwind Google’s monopolistic grip on the market.” more… The post US DOJ antitrust suit sets out to ‘unwind Google’s monopolistic …
In a town hall meeting with employees, Google executives shared that “nothing was random” about the way the company’s 12,000 layoffs were selected. more… The post Google says ‘nothing was random’ about layoffs in town hall appeared first on 9to5Google.
This is really quite clever, perfect for inflationary times, and even uses Google in an interesting way.
Among the many divisions impacted by Google’s widespread layoffs, the Fuchsia operating system and Area 120 incubator teams have been cut back significantly. more… The post Google’s Fuchsia and Area 120 see significant cuts in layoffs appeared first on 9to5Google.
Google today announced it was laying off 12,000 employees, or just over 6% of its workforce. As of September 2022, Alphabet had 186,779 employees. The layoffs impacted many departments and roles within Google and Alphabet. more… The post Google layoffs …
“I take full responsibility for the decisions that led us here,” says CEO Sundar Pichai.
A new report from Reuters suggests that Google’s parent company Alphabet is set to lay off around 12,000 employees with immediate effect. more… The post Report: Google to lay off up to 12,000 employees with immediate effect appeared first on …
Chromebooks can print just like any other laptop or desktop. Find out how easy it is to add a printer to your favorite laptop.
Outlines make it much easier to organize and navigate longer documents, and Google Docs is no stranger to the feature. Find out how to create and view your first outline.
Google has made the Google One VPN client available on the desktop for both MacOS and Windows. See how easy it is to use on a MacBook Pro.
Improvements to Google’s dictation feature are coming in February, but you can take advantage of voice typing today by following these steps.