Google's G Suite now has more than 2 billion monthly active users, but it won't reveal exactly how many of those are paid users, or how many just use Gmail.
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Google is reportedly planning on a major upgrade for the Chromecast Ultra. The company is working on a second-generation Chromecast Ultra that will come with Android TV and a remote.
In response to coronavirus, Google is making its advanced meeting features on Hangouts Meet available for free to G Suite and G Suite for Education customers till July.
Google Earth has so far only worked on Google's Chrome browser, limiting users of other browsers like Microsoft Edge, Firefox, etc. That's changing now, though.
Google Images will soon get a new feature that will show users more details about pictures at a glance. The company announced that the new feature will be available to some users later this week.
Google says its new AI-powered scanner for detecting malicious documents is much better at detecting malicious Office documents, with daily detection coverage increasing by 10%.
Google added automatic punctuations to its voice typing feature, but it isn't working as expected, causing problems for hundreds of users.
Google announced the Glass Enterprise Edition 2 back in May of 2019, and it's now enabling developers to purchase it directly online, along with a number of code samples that help them build apps for the new Glass.
Google's parent company Alphabet reports a total revenue of $46.08 billion in Q4 2019, with YouTube bringing in a total ad revenue of $15 billion in 2019.
Huawei says the company is still very much interested in going back to using Google Play Services despite an executive stating that the company will stick to its own alternative -- even if the US trade ban is lifted.
Google is reportedly working on adding a built-in call recording and transcription feature to the phone app on Android.
Google is working on...yes, another messaging app. This time, it's apparently planning to offer a new unified messaging experience for its business users. 13th time the charm, maybe?
Google is shutting down its no-code application development service App Maker shortly after it acquired a similar platform earlier this year.
Microsoft's engineers are working to bring one of Edge's tab management features to Chromium, contributing the new "move tabs to another window" feature to Chromium.
Google says it's going to experiment with new designs after a recent design change made it harder to distinguish between ads and search results on the desktop.
This is our first look at Google's own version of AirDrop for Android -- and no, it's not limited to Google Pixel devices only.
Google researchers found multiple security flaws in a privacy feature on Apple's Safari browser, which ironically left user's data exposed to hackers.
Google has three new Digital Health Experiment apps that are meant to help you use your phone less.
Google is now going to give schools at least eight years of support for new Chromebook devices starting this year.
Google is reportedly planning to bring Steam to Chrome OS, along with more powerful hardware that will actually be capable of running games.
Sonos is taking legal actions against Google for infringing 100 of its patents after Google got access to its multi-room audio tech back in 2013.
The Pixel 4's first feature drop is here -- and along with the promised features, it also introduces an improvement to Face Unlock, support for T-Mobile eSIM, and improved location tracking.
New Android phones in Turkey will ship without Google apps, including the Play Store, after Google failed to meet the local competition authority's demands.
Google is shipping RCS messaging support on Android a little early, and all Android users in the United States now have the modern chat features part of RCS messaging.
Gmail is getting a brand new feature where users can attach their emails on an email.
Google's impressive new AI-powered Recorder app is no longer exclusive to the Pixel 4, and owners of older Pixel devices can now try it out.
Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin are stepping down as Alphabet leaders, handing off their responsibilities to Google CEO Sundar Pichai.