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Plan Your Next Vacation on Google Travel

Why You Should Plan Your Next Vacation on Google Travel Instead of a Spreadsheet – By Emily Long Lifehacker

Stoked to go on vacation, but not stoked to DIY your travel plans? The very idea of the dozens of browser tabs and the hours of work it could take to find flights, hotels, restaurants, and things to do—and then actually make all those reservations and keep everything organized—is (almost) enough to make a person just stay home. If this sounds overwhelming, Google Travel’s new tools may make your trip planning a little bit easier.

How to find songs that played near you with your Google Pixel

How to find songs that played near you with your Google Pixel – By Andrew Romero 9to5Google

One of the worst things to happen is hearing a song play, thinking you’ll remember it to find later, only to completely forget. Fortunately, your Pixel has a feature called Now Playing. It lets you identify playing songs in the background so you can easily add any song you hear to your library. On top of that, you can find songs that played near your Pixel over a week ago in your Now Playing history. Here’s how to do it.

Google Assistant in Chrome, powered by Duplex, can now auto-change stolen passwords

Google Assistant in Chrome, powered by Duplex, can now auto-change stolen passwords – By Abner Li 9to5Google

At I/O 2021, Google announced that Assistant would help you change stolen credentials. This Google Assistant-branded, Duplex-powered capability for changing passwords is now rolling out in Chrome for Android.

How to use call screening and adjust your settings on the Pixel

How to use call screening and adjust your settings on the Pixel – By Andrew Romero 9to5Google

Hands down, one of the very best features to live on the Google Pixel is its call screening feature. The ability to discern a caller’s intention before even picking up is fantastic and makes handling calls and fighting spambots much easier. On the Pixel, these settings are fully customizable and allow you to change what kind of calls get screened. This guide will bring you through all of the basics.

How to copy and paste on Chromebooks

How to copy and paste on Chromebooks – By Edgar Cervantes Android Authority
Chromebooks are cheaper, faster, and simpler, but they can be a bit confusing to people who come from other operating systems. Even simple actions are done differently, so today, we will show you how to copy and paste on Chromebook computers. This is likely one of the most commonly used features on any PC, so let’s help you figure out how it’s done.

How to clear your passwords in Google Chrome and turn off autofill

How to clear your passwords in Google Chrome and turn off autofill – By Andrew Romero 9to5Google

There are multiple different services available that allow you to save your passwords, including Google Chrome. If you happen to use one of the many other password-saving programs out there, you probably don’t need to use Chrome’s version. This guide will help you clear all your passwords to essentially turn off Chrome’s autofill.

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