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G Suite gets 5 new productivity features!

by Elie Chahine • October 20, 2016

Google’s G Suite, the new name for what was previously called Google Apps for Work, is getting a couple of new productivity features today. The new features focus on supporting more of the existing workflows in larger companies and bringing more of Google’s smarts to these apps. If you work in the kind of company where people […]


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by Elie Chahine • October 1, 2016

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Google rebrands ‘Apps for Work’ to ‘G Suite’ under a new ‘Google Cloud’ brand with many Updates!

by Elie Chahine • September 30, 2016

Google is giving its Apps for Work a refresh, adding new features and renaming the entire collection into ‘G Suite.’ Google says the new name better reflects its mission to “help people everywhere work and innovate together, so businesses can move faster and go bigger.” Everything cloud-based—including the Google Cloud Platform, enterprise mobility, and even […]


Google Maps is getting better with its latest acquisition

by Elie Chahine • September 20, 2016

Google Maps has arguably become one of the Internet Giant’s most recognizable products. Many of us use it on the way to work every single day. Google has been adding to Google maps consistently over the past five years. To take that even further, Google has now acquired urban-planning firm, Urban Engines, which should help Google understand […]


Evernote is moving to Google Cloud Platform!

by Elie Chahine • September 14, 2016

Evernote — is a cross-platform, free app designed for note taking, organizing, and archiving. The app allows users to create a “note” which can be a piece of formatted text, a full webpage or webpage excerpt, a photograph, a voice memo, or a handwritten “ink” note. The popular note taking and productivity startup with 200 million users […]


Google’s Chromecast Dongles are now more useful with the latest Chrome Update!

by Elie Chahine • September 2, 2016

Google has updated its Chrome browser to support the Chromecast and Chromecast Audio dongles without the need to install an additional extension to your browser by adding Google Cast to Chrome and other exciting new features. Chromecast is a device that you plug into your TV’s HDMI port, powered by a USB cable (included). Using […]


Google Drive’s web interface gets updated with better file downloads, and more!

by Elie Chahine • August 19, 2016

Google Drive is getting some improvements today. The update will affect its web interface. Even if you’re primarily using Drive on Android, you’ll end up visiting in the browser on occasion. When you do, you’ll see a refined User Interface and much better file downloads. Here’s what Google says is coming in the update: – You can […]


Hangouts on Air to be replaced with Youtube Live on September 12!

by Elie Chahine • August 18, 2016

Hangouts on Air, the live-streaming app within Google’s social network Google Plus, will be discontinued. Google is pulling the feature from Google Plus and a new version will be redirected to YouTube Live. In mid-September, Hangouts on Air will no longer function on Google Plus. The web giant said its Hangouts group video chat feature will […]


Gmail is now safer with two new Security Warnings!

by Elie Chahine • August 11, 2016

  With the increasing amount of data breaches, it can be important to take the appropriate steps to be as safe as possible online. Google has been taking a few steps to make Gmail a little safer for users, both on Android and the web. For as long as we have had email there have been individuals […]


Google adds New Alerts on your Android device to protect your account

by Elie Chahine • August 4, 2016

Google announced a new Android feature that alerts users of new devices and security events on their account via onscreen notifications. When a new device is added to a user’s account, a notification will tell the user about the newly added device. The notifications will also alert users about account activities. If an activity looks suspicious, […]