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Google Home and Google Assistant New Features

Google Home and Google Assistant New Features, Products, and Updates! And a New App! – By Automate Your Life youtube.com VIDEO

Google Home and Google Assistant New Features, Products, and Updates!  And a New App!

I have all of the latest Google Home, Google Nest, and Google Assistant updates, features, and products for you today on the channel.  We also have a brand new Google Home application to walk through, and there's a ton to talk about with the new Nest Aware subscription plan.

Best Photo Editors for Android

11 of the Best Photo Editors for Android – By Eric Schoon reviewgeek.com

Over the past few years, phone cameras have managed to jump from serviceable shooters to flat-out great. They may not be able to match the quality of something like a DSLR camera, but for most people, they’re more than enough. And, while plenty of stuff already goes on behind the scenes of your phone’s camera to increase image quality, even the best photos can use some touching up—and that is where photo editors come in.

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How to View Everyone At Once in Google Meet – By Joel Cornell howtogeek.com
Google Meet is the video-chat tool integrated into G Suite and available to anyone with a Google account. By default, you’ll see the most active speaker on video calls with a lot of people, but you can now get a Zoom-style grid of videos.


Is Google Meet actually more secure than Zoom? – By Joe Maring androidcentral.com

Best answer: Google Meet and Zoom are both very secure video chatting apps, with each service offering encryption and other security measures to ensure your data is protected. Neither one is perfect or overwhelmingly better than the other, however, with each having its own pros and cons.


How to use Google Meet – By Kevin Stratvert youtube.com VIDEO 

In this tutorial video for beginners, learn how to use Google Meet to video conference with up to 100 other participants. With Google Meet, you can speak with and see others, and share your screen, whether a browser, your desktop, or just a window, to make collaboration easy and more effective. Google Meet is free for anyone to use at http://meet.google.com.


How to remove Meet from Gmail – By Markthe androidsoul.com

With Google Meet recently opening its doors to all Gmail users, a number of complaints have popped up about the app utilizing precious real estate in the sidebar and taking up the space they reserved for labels. Let’s see how to hide, remove or move the Google Meet ‘Start a meeting’ and ‘Join a meeting’ menus from the sidebar.

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How to Take Better Photos in Your Home (No Flash Needed) – By Harry Guinness howtogeek.com

Photography is often seen as an outdoor hobby. Think of landscape photographers roaming through mountains and woods for a sunrise shot. But really, photography can be done anywhere. And indoors, at home is one of the best spots. Here’s how you can get started.

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ONLINE 3D SATELLITE AND FLARE TRACKING : Visual SAT-Flare Tracker 3D – By satflare.com

In this page you can track in real time all the satellites orbiting the Earth, with both 2D and 3D interactive representations, predict their passes, view their trajectory among stars on an interactive sky chart, predict satellite flares and transits (across the Sun and the Moon), find out the best location to see these events on a detailed Google map. You can also follow satellite re-entries and other special events, join the observer community, post messages and share your comments and observations. Currently in our database we have more than 9000 observation reports!. You won't find any other tracker that provides all these functions!

31 Little-Known Settings on Your Phone and Laptop You Should Know About

31 Little-Known Settings on Your Phone and Laptop You Should Know About – By gizmodo.com

You’d have to be really, really bored to devote some time to scrolling through all the settings on your phone or laptop—so the devices you rely on every day may well offer a selection of options and features that you’re completely unaware of. Here’s a rundown of 31 of the best lesser-known settings that you might find useful.

Cord-cutting myths busted

Cord-cutting myths busted: Why you should stop worrying and dump cable – By Michael Simon techhive.com

While your gas, car insurance, and credit card bills have all shrunk due to the coronavirus quarantine, there’s one monthly payment that’s as big as it ever was: your cable bill. And it’s not about to go down anytime soon, even with reruns likely to stretch into the winter. So if you’re starting to explore your options for cutting cable once and for all, we’re here to dispel a few myths that might be giving you pause.

 

Great Photo Editors on Windows

7 Great Photo Editors on Windows for Hobbyists and Professionals Alike – By Eric Schoon reviewgeek.com

Photo editing can mean a lot of different things, from simple color grading and cropping to making images nearly unrecognizable from the original version. Because of this range of complexity, there are many programs out there that focus in on one aspect of photo editing, and others that try to do it all. With so many options and things to consider, it can be hard to figure out what’s best for you.

– Smart Switches and Dimmers

The Best Smart Switches and Dimmers to Bring Brains to Dumb Bulbs – By Andrew Heinzman reviewgeek.com

Most people begin their smart home journey with a set of smart bulbs. But at $15 to $20 a pop, smart bulbs might be more trouble than they’re worth . Smart switches and dimmers are much cheaper options that can provide the same smart controls, scheduling features, and dimming effects as a set of expensive bulbs.

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