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Apple-Google Contact Tracing Tech Idea Originated at Apple, Built within a Month

Apple-Google Contact Tracing Tech Idea Originated at Apple, Built within a Month

A few weeks ago, Apple and Google announced a partnership to create standard APIs that use Bluetooth connections on smartphones for COVID-19 contact tracing. The companies will release apps based on the new technology on May 1, and it will get deeply integrated into iOS 14 and Android 11. Now, a story has shined the light on how this technology came to be and how it was developed.

Leaked Images Allegedly Show Google’s Apple Card Rival

Leaked Images Allegedly Show Google’s Apple Card Rival

Apple partnered with Goldman Sachs and launched the Apple Card last year. Now leaked images reveal that Google is working on Apple Card Cash rival and has partnered with multiple banks including CITI and Standard Federal Credit Union.

Apple and Google Collaborating on Bringing COVID-19 Contact-Tracing Tech

Apple and Google Collaborating on Bringing COVID-19 Contact-Tracing Tech

Apple and Google have joined hands during these tough times to bring better COVID-19 contact tracing technology through apps for smartphones. The technology will reportedly use Bluetooth and also feature better user privacy.

Here’s a Weird Safari Bug in iOS 13.4 and macOS 10.15.4 That You Should Be Aware Of

Here’s a Weird Safari Bug in iOS 13.4 and macOS 10.15.4 That You Should Be Aware Of

Apple released iOS 13.4 and macOS 10.15.4 updates earlier this week, and both the updates brought various new features and fixed a lot of bugs. However, it has also introduced a weird bug in the Safari web browser app that you should be aware of. So, what’s that bug? Well, continue reading to find out.

You’re Not Alone: Gmail and YouTube Go Down for Many

You’re Not Alone: Gmail and YouTube Go Down for Many

Various users across the globe have started reporting that they’re unable to access multiple Google services such as Gmail, Google Drive, and YouTube. This might be the effect of millions of people increasing their internet bandwidth consumption amid the COVID-19  lockdown.

Google Podcasts App Lands on App Store for iPhones

Google Podcasts App Lands on App Store for iPhones

Google’s in-house app for downloading and listening to podcasts is now available for iPhones and other iOS devices. The Google Podcasts app can now be downloaded on iPhones all over the world via the App Store. It is a free app with no in-app purchases.

Google Emulates iPhone’s 3D Touch Feature on Pixel Phones Using Just Software

Google Emulates iPhone’s 3D Touch Feature on Pixel Phones Using Just Software

Remember the immensely useful 3D Touch feature that Apple removed from all its iPhones with iOS 13? Well, Google is adding a similar feature to its Pixel smartphones with an update using just software.

How Many Chrome Tabs Can You Open on a Mac Pro with 1.5TB RAM?

How Many Chrome Tabs Can You Open on a Mac Pro with 1.5TB RAM?

There’s no doubt that the 2019 Mac Pro is an incredibly powerful machine. However, it looks like Google Chrome can bring any desktop computer to a standstill if we push it hard enough.

Google Maps Gets New Icon and New Features to Celebrate 15th Anniversary

Google Maps Gets New Icon and New Features to Celebrate 15th Anniversary

It has been fifteen years since Google Maps was first released. Quite hard to imagine, isn’t it? Well, to celebrate Google Maps’ 15the anniversary, the internet search giant has unveiled a shiny new icon and a few new features to go with it.

Google Paid $80 Billion to Play Store Developers, Half of What Apple Paid to Developers via App Store

Google Paid $80 Billion to Play Store Developers, Half of What Apple Paid to Developers via App Store

Google has announced that it has paid $80 billion to Android developers via the Play Store until last quarter. However, the amount is half of what Apple paid to iOS developers through the App Store.