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Google Maps satellite images cover 98% of the world’s population

Published on 12/16/2019 @ 7 AM EST

Google said that they have captured over 10 million miles of images for Street View which is equal to the distance of circling around the globe 400 times. Additionally, Google Earth has 36 million square miles of HD satellite images you can browse. These images actually cover 98% of the world's population. This data was primarily revealed to highlight the immense scope of Maps in the near future.

Google Assistant’s Interpreter Mode is Available Now

Published on 12/13/2019 @ 2 AM EST

Previously available on Google Home and Nest devices, the Interpreter Mode is now going to take over your Android and iOS phones running the Google Assistant. This mode will translate conversations in real-time along with a few Smart Replies below the translation for faster analysis.

Chrome 79 releases today with improved security

Published on 12/11/2019 @ 2 AM EST

The new Google Chrome 79 is loaded with tons of security improvements, the most prominent being password protection. Chrome will now be able to tell you when your password has been stolen alongside other phishing improvements as well as real-time protection.

Google workers unite for zero emissions

Published on 11/05/2019 @ 8 AM EST

In an open letter, Google employees are demanding the company set a goal of zero emissions by 2030. Their requests also include no longer funding climate change deniers in any way. In the letter, they cite an open letter written by Amazon employees which propelled Amazon to set similar goals.

Stadio Pro from Google will cost $10 month

Published on 07/19/2019 @ 10 AM EST

The subscription online gaming service, which is set to launch in November, gives users access to about one free game a month. Stadio Pro memberships will also offer 4K/HDR streaming and 5.1 sound. Users who purchase the base plan will not receive these benefits.

Google won’t release any more tablets

Published on 06/23/2019 @ 7 AM EST

The tech powerhouse recently canceled its sequel to the Google Pixel Slate; it will instead focus on laptops. The company plans to continue improving Chrome OS and Pixelbook laptops. Pixel Slate owners will receive product support and updates until June 2024.