Google has announced that Google Assistant's Interpreter Mode will be rolling out to Android and iOS users today. It helps users communicate when they are in a foreign country through text or speech.
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Netflix announced in a press release that it would be partnering with the popular Japanese messaging service to create an original animated series based on Brown & Friends stickers.
Netflix is testing long-term discounted plans in India. As spotted by a Twitter user, the new three-month, six-month and 12-month plans offer discounts between 20% to 50% to new users.
A new microsite highlighting the top trending products spanning eight categories which include tech, gaming, and home goods among others went live today. Google Home is the most searched tech product.
Google Maps for iOS now has an incognito mode. This can be used to stop Google Maps from saving your location history. Android users will also be receiving a bulk delete option in the January update.
Google Calendar app is gaining the ability to move events between calendars in a server-side update. Previously, users needed to copy or duplicate event details and delete the original event later.
Google Stadia now permits buying games directly through the Stadia website which before could only be done through the mobile app. To buy a game, users need to click on the tab and follow the prompts.
Apple says that it is "taking a deeper look" at how it handles disputed borders after it started showing the Crimea region as part of Russia earlier this week and received condemnation from Ukraine.
Discord for Android adds functionality which includes temporary muting, slash commands and marking individual messages as unread. The update is currently rolling out through the Google Play Store.
YouTube TV is offering three months of YouTube Premium to subscribers who haven't tried the service before. YouTube Premium offers ad-free streaming, letting users download videos for offline viewing.
Disney+ has added the "continue watching" feature in a new update. It permits viewing content being watched at an earlier time. The feature works across multiple platforms where Disney+ is offered.
Google now offers three months of free Disney+ for people buying new Chromebooks between 11/25/2019 and 1/31/2020. The offer is only valid in the United States and permits one user per device.
Ryan Reynolds has purchased an ownership stake in Mint Mobile. The actor who plays Pokémon Detective Pikachu has attributed this unconventional business move due to his belief in the company.
OnePlus has suffered a second data breach in two years. In the email sent out to impacted users, the company states names, emails, contact numbers, and shipping addresses were leaked.
A new Google Assistant feature allows parents to pre-record stories for their kids which can then be heard on MyStorytime.com. The idea is inspired by an active duty military family.
Google is revisiting its political ads policy. It will now limit political ads to target consumers by age, gender, and general location. It won't permit targeting based on political leaning.
Spotify has rolled out "Your Daily Podcast" Playlist in many countries. It mixes podcasts you already follow with Spotify's own recommendations, helping you discover new podcast content.
A redesign of the Google Photos is now available on version 4.30 of the Android app. It replaces the overflow menu with a new carousel and EXIF panel which can be accessed with a swipe up.
Google allegedly has been using data shared by Ascension without knowledge of patients and doctors. Shared data includes lab results, diagnoses, records and other personal information.
Discord has quietly added a new AMOLED dark theme in recent version of its Android app which is accessible in Settings > Appearance. The new dark theme is not limited to Android 10 devices.
Google has started rolling out a compact version of the Assistant on older phones. The update (on Pixel 3 series) revolves around taking up less vertical space as needed to display the results.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey attempted to mock Facebook's update of its company branding which includes an all-caps logo for the parent company, distinguishing it from the Facebook app.
Google Maps for Android adds carousel for search shortcuts in the new update, replacing the old grid of colored icons which could be swiped up from the "Explore" tab at the bottom.
Google is now testing a drastically different User Interface for Google Assistant Updates. New iteration of the "updates" dedicates the upper part of the feed to events happening "Today".