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Google’s URL2Video can turn websites into videos using AI

Google has some sweet new artificial intelligence technology that can take elements of a website and convert them into a really slick video. In this multi-channel world we live in, brands spend an awful amount of time and money reformatting content for different platforms. A new project from Google Research, recently published on the Google…

Comment: Google’s Nest lineup is overdue for new hardware as the competition advances

Home security is an increasingly embraced technology in today’s world, and there are tons of options out there. Perhaps the most widely used, however, are Google’s Nest and Amazon-owned Ring. As Amazon unveils more new hardware today, I’m reminded yet again — Google’s Nest lineup isn’t keeping up with the competition anymore. Nest Cams are…

We made Google’s official Android 11 Red Velvet Cake recipe [Video]

Well, personally, I never anticipated that I would be making a cake based upon a recipe that Google shared during the launch of Android 11 but here we are. For those slightly out of the loop, during the launch of Android 11, Google left a little Easter Egg of sorts on their not-so-traditional Android statue.…

Google’s ‘Sabrina’ Android TV dongle appears at major retailers suggesting $49-$59 price

Back in March of this year, we reported that Google was preparing to launch its own Android TV dongle. In the time since, along with the world going upside down, a handful of leaks have revealed more about the product. Today, we’ve obtained information that suggests the price of Google’s first Android TV dongle, “Sabrina.”…

Google’s move to limit 3rd-party camera apps on Android 11 protects location data

It emerged on Tuesday that the next version of Android will force apps to use the built-in camera and ignore third-party defaults. This is part of Android 11’s focus on privacy, with Google specifically wanting to protect location data derived from the camera. With this change, users are still able to download and use a…

Google’s Pixel 4a drops to $10 per month at Verizon (Save $140)

Verizon Wireless is offering the latest Google Pixel 4a 128GB Android Smartphone for $10 per month when you add a new line to your account. Note: Activation fees may apply and can vary. This effectively makes the Pixel 4a $240 after 24-months, saving you $140 from its retail price and is the best deal that…
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Kuo: iPhone 12 demand strong, new form factor Apple Watch and MacBooks in late 2021

In a report today, reliable Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo shared his view on Apple’s product momentum heading into the holidays. Most importantly to Apple’s bottom line, Kuo sees better than expected demand for iPhone 12 Pro and Pro Max, apparently offsetting slightly–weaker sell-through of 12 and 12 mini. In terms of new products, Kuo indicates…

Black Friday Android app deals start now: Monument Valley 2, Castlevania, many more

While things are just starting to kick up on the iOS side of things, we are now tracking some fantastic Black Friday Android app deals. Today’s collection is easily one of the biggest and best of the year with a series of rare offers on top-tier titles. While we are expecting to see this list…

Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides for iOS add Microsoft Office editing

Following the web last year and Android in September, Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides for iOS can now edit Office files.  This capability is pitched as bringing the “collaborative and assistive features of Google Workspace to your Microsoft Office files” in a familiar interface. For example, an organization might still receive Word documents from clients…

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Coronavirus in Context is a weekly newsletter where we bring you facts that matter about the COVID-19 pandemic and the technology trying to stop its spread. You can subscribe here. Hola pandemic pals, I saw an elderly gentleman selling face masks outside of a convenience store today. He shook hands with almost everyone who spoke to him as…