7 years after Steve Jobs famously penned an open letter titled ‘Thoughts on Flash’, Adobe has decided to kill the now-infamous web plugin for good.

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Finally. Google has released its first app for Apple CarPlay with Google Play Music subscribers who interact with the service via Google’s native iOS app, now have the additional benefit of being able to access their music via a CarPlay-enabled vehicle thanks to the latest update.

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Google has just announced the Google Glass Enterprise Edition for the workplace. Here’s everything we know about it.

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Google Pixel XL 2017 leaked photos show slim bezel around the AMOLED display, a lowered fingerprint sensor on the back, and a squeezable frame. Here are the details.

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It has come to light that the decision to remove YouTube from iOS 6 was Google’s own decision. Here are the details.

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Out of nowhere, discontinued eyewear Google Glass today received its first software update XE23 since 2014 – that’s three years – and nobody knows why.

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Google has announced a new feature for Drive by which it will let users backup their entire computer to cloud. Here are the details on it.

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Here’s how to get Google Assistant on your macOS Sierra powered Mac with the newly released MacAssistant utility.

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Here’s how to install Android 8.0 O beta OTA update on your Pixel and Nexus Android smartphones or devices the right way.

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Google’s developer conference, Google I/O 2017, is up and running and the company has taken the lid off a host of new features that are arriving on its Google Home devices. Here are the details.

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Perhaps one of the least anticipated Google I/O 2017 announcements is an update to the ever-popular Google Photos app, which brings new features that could prove useful to many. Here are the details.

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Announced during the ongoing Google I/O event, Android Go is exactly what Android One was supposed to be, designed to run on inexpensive devices that have 1GB or less of RAM.

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