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Gmail Big Redesign for Android and iOS

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After it was announced that Google is pushing a new redesign, we should definitely take a look to see the differences between Gmail 8 version and the new one...

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I Cut Google Out Of My Life. It Screwed Up Everything

Week 3: GoogleLong ago, Google made the mistake of adopting the motto, “Don’t be evil,” in a jab at competitors who exploited their users. Alphabet, Google’s parent company, has since demoted the phrase in its corporate code of conduct presumably because of how hard it is to live up to it. Google is no stranger to...

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The Most Critical Google Ads (AdWords) Trends of 2019

Search engine marketing (SEM) has been a game-changing marketing tool for companies for the last ten years. But today, creating a simple ad is not enough to keep driving traffic to websites. Search has become so complex that it is prohibitively difficult for the average individual to create a...

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I Love Google Photos So Much that I Redesigned It

Google Photos redesign — a UX case studyLeveraging Google’s Machine Learning algorithms to help users better manage and compare similar photosI love Google Photos.As a user, I think it’s my favorite app for organizing photos, looking them up, quickly sharing them with friends, and getting fun animations &...

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Huawei, Google and the tiring politics of tech

The defining question of the 21st century is pretty simple: who owns what? Who owns the telecommunications infrastructure that powers our mobile devices? Who owns the OS that powers those devices? Who owns our data? Today, we see these intersecting arcs with two prominent tech leaders mired in legal and political...

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YouTube quietly added free, ad-supported movies to its site

YouTube quietly added around 100 ad-supported Hollywood movies to its site, beginning last month, according to a new report from AdAge. The titles include a mix of classics like “Rocky” and “The Terminator,” as well as other family fare like “Zookeeper,” “Agent Cody Banks,” and “Legally Blonde,” among...