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Google Maps Now Available On The Apple Watch

Google’s support for Apple Watch users just keeps on rolling and today an update to Google Maps has been released that lets you use the app on your Apple Watch. Previously, you would need to use Apple’s own Maps app to get directions or view maps via an Apple Watch. …

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Here’s How to Unsend / Undo an Email From Gmail

We’ve probably all sent an email or two that we later come to regret sending. Once you click that Send button, your words fly out into the digital ether and cannot be reclaimed. There was a small exception with Gmail’s ‘Undo Send’ feature that allowed you to unsend an email …

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How to transfer Your Flickr Photos to Google Photos

Flickr is a very popular image hosting and sharing platform. If you’ve been a user since the good old days when Flickr launched over a decade ago, you’ve likely built up quite a collection of photos. If you want to migrate your photos over to Google Photos, the process is …

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Move Your Dropbox Photos To Google Photos

Dropbox is one of the most popular cloud storage apps and is amazing for keeping your data synced across multiple desktops and devices. It’s also excellent for data backup of photos and documents. If a file gets corrupted or deleted locally on a device, if the original is intact on …

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Google’s New Tone Extension for Chrome

Tone is a new experimental extension for Google’s Chrome browser. It leverages the fact that nearly all devices have speakers and microphones to transmit information using actual sound waves instead of standard wireless radio signals like WiFi and Bluetooth. Although these familiar ways of transmitting data are also present everywhere, …

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Apple iMessage vs Google Hangouts

Are you a frequent message sender? Do you use an app for sending messages through your smartphone? Yeah, I thought so. Chances are you’re acquainted with either Apple’s iMessage service or Google’s Hangouts messaging app or even (gasp!) both of them. Basically they are both capable of conveniently sending short …

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