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Google is getting rid of free, unlimited high-quality, new backups on Photos today. Find out what that means for you and how you can manage your storage across Photos, Drive, and Gmail.
Google has announced that it will be restricting several Chrome APIs from March 15, 2021. An audit by the firm found that some unnamed third-party Chromium-based web browsers were leveraging them.
Free up storage space in your Google or Gmail account by following this guide to prepare for the upcoming changes in Google's storage policy and the end of free 'High' quality option in Google Photos.
Google has announced some upcoming changes to its Chrome browser on Android and the desktop, making it easier to sign into websites, save passwords, and make payments with a Google account.
Google has announced that starting today, new Google accounts will be automatically set to delete web and activity, as well as location history, after 18 months. This setting can be changed.
Google is constantly updating the app to make the experience for users better. Today, a new feature has been spotted - the ability to set your account profile picture directly from the app.
In a blog post published today, Google acknowledged its missteps with Chrome 69, and promised to provide users with an option that would de-link web-based sign-ins to Google accounts from the browser.
Google has caused a stir over the weekend with a change introduced in Chrome 69. Users who signed into Google's web services now see their account picture in Chrome without actually being signed in.
Google is redesigning its Account page on Android, iOS and the web to make it easier to manage information on your account as well as control the privacy features that shape your experience.
While Google already sends emails to let you know when a new device has accessed your account, it's now going further, with native security notifications on Android, rolling out to "all end users".