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Category: Google

Google Allo

Google is shutting down Allo Google has officially announced that it’s shutting down Allo, ending the run of yet another failed Google chat app experiment. The news isn’t entirely unsurprising, given that Google had already paused investment in Allo back in April. Allo will “continue to work through March 2019,” Google says, and users will…

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Google+ | Shut down | Google Plus

Google+ Is Shutting Down: What Should You Do Now? Earlier this month, Google announced that it will be shutting down Google Plus for consumers in a 10-month phase-out. The decision follows a recent discovery of an undisclosed security flaw that exposed users’ profile data that was said to have been remedied in March. The software glitch may…

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Google My Business | Add Products

Google My Business Lets Businesses Add Products to Listings Google My Business has been spotted testing a new feature that lets businesses add collections of products to their listings, rather than services. So this may be rolling out on a case-by-case basis, depending on whether the business belongs to a category that specializes in either…

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Google Assistant | Book Rides

Google Assistant Can Book Rides and Compare Prices More ride-sharing services will be added in the future, Google says. Users can hail a ride from any device that with Google Assistant, whether it’s an Android phone, iPhone, Google Home, or any other smart speaker. Hailing a ride is as simple as saying, “Hey Google, book…

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SEO Rank Tracking Tools | Google

Your Guide to Selecting SEO Rank Tracking Tools In the early years of SEO, ranking was the primary measure of success. SEO professionals focused on ranking #1 for their desired golden keyword and relied heavily on rank tracking tools to monitor their improvement over time. Over the years, SEO pros quickly learned that ranking alone is…

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Amazon builds | Google partners

Amazon and Google both want to run your home, but for totally different reasons Don’t expect Google to follow Amazon, though: it’s expected to release the latest editions of its Pixel smartphones, and possibly some laptops and its own smart speaker with a screen, but not much else. That’s because while both companies want to get their AI…

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