Google will make it easier for people without accounts to collaborate on G Suite documents — TechCrunch

Soon it will be easier for people without Google accounts to collaborate on G Suite documents. Currently in beta, a new feature will enable G Suite users to invite people without G Suite subscriptions or Google accounts to work on files by sending them a pin code. Using the pin code to gain access allows…

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Meet The Google’s New Shopping Website — Tech Viral

Google finally expanding its search experience for products to buy with the launch of Style Search in Google Lens. As now according to the latest reports, the tech giant Google just launched its all-new shopping website. Meet The Google’s New Shopping Website The tech giant Google’s well-known Shopping tab is renewed in order to simply…

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Google will shut down Google+ four months early after second data leak — The Verge – Tech Posts

Google+ has suffered another data leak, and Google has decided to shut down the consumer version of the social network four months earlier than it originally planned. Google+ will now close to consumers in April, rather than August. Additionally, API access to the network will shut down within the next 90 days. According to Google,…

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Google has acquired one of India’s most popular train tracking apps — TechCrunch

Google is increasing its efforts in India after it snapped up the team behind popular transportation app ‘Where is my Train.’ The app claims 10 million registered users and, as the name suggests, it helps commuters track arrivals and departures as well as buying seats. That’s no small job given that India is estimated to operate…

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Google is shutting down Allo — The Verge – Tech Posts

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. Back then, the head of the communications group at Google, Anil Sabharwal, noted that “[Allo] as a whole…

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