Multiple sources have had a go at guessing the amount of money that Apple gets from Google to keep its services at the top of the tree on iPhones, iPads, and Macs. Now, it’s Goldman Sachs’ turn, with $9.5 billion the number it believes Google paid Apple during 2018.

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Apple has just reactivated certificates for Google and Facebook iOS apps after punishing both for breaking the rules. Here are the details.

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After Facebook, Google too has been found using enterprise certificate for collecting iPhone users’ data, but has now shut it down and also issued an apology. Here are all the details on this.

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Google has taken on Apple’s iPhone XS in a new Night Sight on Pixel 3 vs ‘Phone X’ ad. Here’s what you need to know.

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Google I/O 2019 event date and venue has just been revealed. Here’s everything you need to know about this.

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Here’s how to give Google Chrome web browser a significant speed boost with just one click. As great as Chrome can be, it does tend to choke a little when under the strain of too many tabs, and unfortunately, many of us live in that situation day in, and day out. Thankfully, there is way around this, and it’s via a free Chrome Extension called OneTab.

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Google Chromecast Audio dongle is being officially discontinued. Here’s everything you need to know about Google’s decision.

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Google announced that it’s shutting down Allo messenger, while Hangout and Meet will be coming to non-corporate users. Here are the details.

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Google’s Project Fi is now ready to expand support to the iPhone and more Android phones, with a rebranding of the service to “Google Fi” now confirmed.

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Want Google Pixel case’s fabric look on iPhone? Look no further than this case for iPhone which costs just $12.

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Google Assistant has just added Shorcuts support so that you can invoke it on the iPhone using “Hey Siri, OK Google”. Here are the details.

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Google is doing what Apple can’t, or won’t, by adding the ability to edit the depth of field, or blur effect, of Portrait shots to the iPhone 7, iPhone 8, and iPhone X in an update to its Google Photos app.

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