With Google Photos changing its storage policies in one week, the firm is reminding users about the change and offering some transition help.
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At its I/O conference today, Google announced new Google Photos features that will help you better relive favorite memories.
Apple has finally figured out how to let its users get out of the one-way, dead-end street that is the Apple ecosystem. At least part of it.
Google Photos is getting a new video editor for all users, plus some photo editing features that were Pixel-exclusive to Google One customers.
Last week, I explained how I managed my work-related documents and other files. This week, I’m thinking about something even more important.
Last week, Google announced that it was discontinuing free, unlimited photo storage in its Google Photos service, enraging fans.
Starting in mid-2021, Google Photos will no longer offer free and unlimited storage. The good news? Existing uploads are exempt.
I was just pondering the pointlessness of all the Google Home smart speakers we have. And then Google saved the day.
Google announced this week that it is adding a Memories feature to Google Photos that surfaces photos and videos from previous years.
As I write this, we’re about two-thirds of the way through this year’s home swap, which is taking place near Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Google Photos has quickly rocketed to the one billion user milestone, about four years after it was spun out of Google+.
Today’s the day: As promised, Google is no longer automatically syncing photos between its Drive and Photos services.
Google announced today that it will no longer automatically sync photos between its Drive and Photos services.
I knew I’d provide an update about my experience using a high-speed photo scanner. I just didn’t think it was going to be this successful.
Like some of you, I have many paper-based photos that need to be digitized. It’s a daunting, thankless task.
It’s time for a quick smart home check in to see where we’re at and look ahead at what we’d like to accomplish in 2019.
When it comes to paid and free online services, I’m usually looking for cross-device and -platform availability, with as little lock-in as possible.
It's been a few years since I last documented the mobile apps and services that I rely on while traveling internationally.
The Google Photos website has been converted to a Progressive Web App so that it can be installed on desktop PCs.