PMPML and Google Cloud partner for live bus tracking in Google Maps in Pune

Today, PMPML (Pune Mahanagar Parivahan Mahamandal Ltd), the public transport bus service provider for the twin cities of Pune and Pimpri Chinchwad as well as the PMRDA region in India has announced a collaborative work with Google Cloud to build an intelligent transit management system and feed system to track bus services live on Google Maps. Continue reading “PMPML and Google Cloud partner for live bus tracking in Google Maps in Pune”

Google fined Rs. 936.44 crore by CCI, ordered to allow third-party payments

According to India’s antitrust commission, which on Tuesday slapped Google with $113 million for anticompetitive conduct, Google shouldn’t prevent app developers from adopting third-party billing or payment processing providers. Continue reading “Google fined Rs. 936.44 crore by CCI, ordered to allow third-party payments”

Android 13 QPR1 Beta 3 brings Clear Calling for Pixel 7

Google has released Android 13 QPR1 Beta 3 (T1B3.221003.003), which includes the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro. The latest bug fixes, as well as performance and stability improvements, are included in the update. Continue reading “Android 13 QPR1 Beta 3 brings Clear Calling for Pixel 7”

Google fined Rs.1337.76 crore by CCI for Android anti-competitive activities

Alphabet Inc.’s Google was been fined Rs. 1337.76 crore ($161.95 million) and told to change its strategy for the Android platform by India’s competition watchdog on Thursday for doing things that hurt competition. Additionally, Google was told by the Commission to change its behaviour within a specific time frame. Continue reading “Google fined Rs.1337.76 crore by CCI for Android anti-competitive activities”

Samsung strengthens Google Partnership for better Smart Home Experiences

Samsung has announced a collaboration with Google to make smart homes meaningful. The integration also makes it easier for SmartThings and Google Home users to add Matter-enabled devices to their Samsung Galaxy phones or tablets and control them from both apps Continue reading “Samsung strengthens Google Partnership for better Smart Home Experiences”

Google rolls out passkey support for Android and Chrome

Google has the roll out of passkey support for Chrome and Android. In this initial stage, Google Play Services Beta and Chrome Canary are used to give developers access to the technology and allow them to add support for this functionality to their websites and applications. Continue reading “Google rolls out passkey support for Android and Chrome”

Google Nest Wifi Pro with Wi-Fi 6E announced

Google today unveiled the most recent Wi-Fi system, the Nest Wifi Pro, which uses Wi-Fi 6E technology. All those home connections benefit from being made quicker, more dependable, and easier to maintain thanks to this new smart mesh Wi-Fi technology. Earlier this year, Google Nest Hub (2nd gen) launched in India. Continue reading “Google Nest Wifi Pro with Wi-Fi 6E announced”

Google considers manufacturing some Pixel devices in India: Report

Google is discussing migrating some Pixel phone production to India due to COVID-19 lockdowns and Beijing’s escalating tensions with the U.S., according to The Information, citing a source. The firm has invited bids from Indian manufacturers to create 500,000 to 1 million Pixel smartphones, or 10% to 20% of the expected yearly production, according to the Reuters report. Continue reading “Google considers manufacturing some Pixel devices in India: Report”

Pixel tablet and dock appear in the latest Android 13 beta

The long-awaited release of Android 13 QPR1 Beta 1 is here, reviving Google’s dormant beta programme and virtually pleading with us to learn its secrets for the future of the operating system and beyond. In addition to the current software, which we and the other beta testers will continue to try out, today’s release also gives us a glimpse of a prospective Pixel device. Continue reading “Pixel tablet and dock appear in the latest Android 13 beta”

Google rolls out Android 13 QPR1 Beta 1 update

Although Android 13 could be accessible for all Pixel phones that are compatible, this does not indicate that Google is ending its beta programme. The company is starting to send the first Android 13 QPR1 (Quarterly Platform Release) beta update to devices that can use it. Continue reading “Google rolls out Android 13 QPR1 Beta 1 update”

Google rolls out search results with helpful content updates

According to a blog post by the company, Google notes that starting next week for English users worldwide, we’re rolling out a variety of improvements to Search to make it simpler for people to locate useful content created by, and also for, people. Continue reading “Google rolls out search results with helpful content updates”

Google improves search snippets with MUM

Google today announced new initiatives to enhance the high-quality content and information in search results. In addition, the business claims that it wants to introduce you to reliable information and aid in your comprehension and evaluation of it. Google recently claimed that utilizing quotes in search results improves them. Continue reading “Google improves search snippets with MUM”

Google says it’s time for Apple to fix text messaging

In its most recent attempt to persuade Apple to include RCS in iMessage, Google launched a campaign today with the tag line #GetTheMessage. Google is targeting Apple for all issues with Android-to-iPhone communications via YouTube, social media, and a special space on the Android website. Continue reading “Google says it’s time for Apple to fix text messaging”

Google improves search results when using quotes

Today, Google revealed improvements to “quoted” searches. The text you see describing web content is constructed around the location of a quoted word or phrase in a web document in the snippets Google shows for search results. Google recently rolled out a unified Gmail interface to improve user experience. Continue reading “Google improves search results when using quotes”

Chromebooks to get new video editing and productivity apps

As early as next month, ChromeOS will receive a slew of new productivity and video editing tools. The firm will release new Chromebook features, including editing features in the Google Photos app, improved app functionality, and tools to manage and complete tasks “with just a few taps.” Recently, Chromebooks got better integration with Android devices. Continue reading “Chromebooks to get new video editing and productivity apps”