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Google Maps Will Show Storm Information, Earthquakes and Floods

Google Maps Storm Earthquakes Floods Alert
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What Is Google Stadia, Game “Streaming” Service That Doesn’t Need a Console?

Google Stadia Controller
Google finally confirmed some details of its cloud gaming platform. Stadia will be capable of playing games for AAA titles or smartphone or smart TV with reliable Internet access. Here’s what we have everything about Google Stadia: A subscription to Stadia Pro will cost $10 per month and will include several free games. Subscribing to Stadia Base plan will be launch in 2020 and will not include...

Google Adds Auto White Balancing Tool in Google Photos

Google Photos Auto White Balancing
Google Photos, a favorite photo storage app, introduces another way to improve your photos without hassle. The company announced the new feature “auto white balance” on Thursday. Now, when the user selects a filter, Google Photos will adjust the white balance of the image, in addition to the exposure and saturation. Users can customize things further by going to the “Color”...

Gmail Changes its Attachment Limit Size from 25MB to 50MB

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It’s 2017 and we’re still stuck with mail clients that refuse to accept attachments limit of 25MB. Gmail is changing that. Almost. Google announced that it would double the size of the email attachment for all Gmail users – going up from 25MB to 50MB. This is a welcome move, and rivals like Outlook have to worry and Yahoo as well. In addition, they do not actually have to worry about...

Google’s Mixed Reality Headset to Launch Soon

Google Mixed Reality Headset
The Google is reportedly working on a mixed reality headset on the lines of Microsoft’s HoloLens, in contrast to the Oculus Rift. Version of Google Glass is no longer available to customers, but it is available to corporations for use in some applications. The headset will have its own dedicated screen it was built in. Computer or mobile phone, is not necessary to operate the headphones. The focus...