Google Blog – 4.19.21 (4.15.21)
Lately, my productivity has been up and down, following the curves of the pandemic and the seasons. But where I live, spring is here 🌷. And, in addition to spending more time in my garden, I’m finally zeroing in on how I can be more productive working from home. Here’s how I use some new Chrome features to get work and life done throughout my day. Check them out for your own productivity boost.
Source: A more helpful Chrome, throughout your workday
Google Blog – 4.16.21 (4.15.21)
For the past 15 years, billions of people have turned to Google Earth to explore our planet from endless vantage points. You might have peeked at Mount Everest or flown through your hometown. Since launching Google Earth, we’ve focused on creating a 3D replica of the world that reflects our planet in magnificent detail with features that both entertain and empower everyone to create positive change.
Source: Time flies in Google Earth’s biggest update in years
Google Blog – 4.7.21
Though women are playing mobile games at record numbers and make up 45% of gamers, they are heavily underrepresented in the gaming industry and as protagonists in video games. At Google Play, we have a mission to make mobile gaming truly for everyone by enabling women to be celebrated and empowered as both players and creators.
Source: Seeking aspiring designers looking to Change The Game
Google Blog – 2.24.21 (2.23.21)
It wasn’t all that long ago that we introduced Android users to features like Emoji Kitchen and auto-narrated audiobooks. But we like to stay busy, so today we’re highlighting six of the latest Google updates that will make Android phones more secure and convenient — for everyone.
Source: Your Android is now even safer — and 5 other new features
Google Blog – 2.23.21 (2.18.23)
With every major Android release, we want to strike the right balance between improving security and manageability and making the platform more usable and private for employees.
Source: Android 12 simplifies security for work devices