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Google is the most recognizable search engine and a company that focuses on products and services related to the Internet. Founded in 1998 by Larry Page and Sergey Brin, the company now headquarters in California. Google says that its mission is “to organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful." Sounds like a plan, right?

Google Photos Gets a Boost in Organization with Artificial Intelligence

With the introduction of Photo Stacks and improved screenshot and document management, Google Photos takes a significant step toward making your photo library cleaner and more organized.

Google Launches a New .ing Top-Level Domain for Unique Web Addresses

Users can now purchase these domains during an early access period, albeit at an extra one-time cost, which will gradually decrease each day until December 5. After the official launch, no additional fees will apply.

Google Chrome on iOS Now Offers Bottom Address Bar Option

The decision to offer a bottom address bar aligns with the diverse preferences of users, who may have different hand sizes and device dimensions. Google's move mirrors a similar design change introduced by Apple for its Safari browser in iOS 15.

Google Unveils Pixel Watch 2 with Enhanced Health and Performance Features

Under the hood, Google has made significant changes. Instead of the Exynos chip, the Pixel Watch 2 runs on the Snapdragon W5. The watch's RAM remains unchanged at 2 GB, ensuring smooth performance.

Google Introduces Passwordless Sign-In with Passkeys as a Default Option

Google has been actively promoting passkeys, which align with the industry's goal to reduce reliance on passwords. The company encourages users to adopt passkeys as their primary sign-in method, emphasizing their ease of use and enhanced security.

Google Is Finally Bringing Emoji Reactions to Gmail

The introduction of emoji reactions is set to be a gradual process. Initially, Android users will have access to this feature, while iOS and web users can expect it to be integrated into their Gmail experience in the coming months.

Google's Gboard Team in Japan Introduces a Futuristic Hat for On-the-Go Typing

This unconventional device provides a fresh way to type on the go. To input characters, users turn their heads left or right to select and then press down on the hat, creating an audible click akin to traditional keyboard typing.

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