Your Google Maps timeline shows all the countries, cities, and attractions you've visited. You can find it in the mobile app and on the website.
You can sign into Google Drive using the same username and password as Gmail, YouTube, and all other Google apps.
To use iMessage on an Android, you'll need to download the AirMessage app on both your Android and Mac, then link them.
Google imposed a mandate for its more than 150,000 employees to be vaccinated — whether they will be in-office or remote — by December 3.
The metaverse may see a total addressable market of over $8 trillion, Morgan Stanley analysts said.
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Gen Z's top brands include gaming companies, streaming services, and fast-food chains, according to data compiled by Comparably.
Millennials' top brands include social media companies, fast-food chains, and streaming services, according to data compiled by Comparably.
You can set up and write an APA formatted paper in Google Docs using the platform's built-in tools or a template on its website.
"Fortnite" maker Epic Games launched a campaign to take on Google and Apple's app stores. Google's response was swift, and unique to "Fortnite."
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In leaked audio of an all-hands obtained by CNBC, Google Cloud CEO Thomas Kurian said 'not every Googler will agree' with the company's decisions.
Google will spend $1 billion on expanding Australia's cloud infrastructure, incubating local talent, and partnering with local researchers.
Facebook parent company Meta is spending billions to create what it calls a "metaverse" - and it's racing the likes of Apple and Google to market.
Morrison told Microsoft’s senior leadership that tech giants needed to create their own industry codes of practice that meet the government’s expectations across a range of issues.
The European Commission accused the tech giant of promoting its own shopping service in its search results over those of its competitors.
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