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Gmail for iOS finally gets customizable swipe actions

Google is making yet another prominent change to Gmail — one that will make it easier to get work done in a hurry. The search giant announced on Thursday that its Gmail for iOS app will be updated to add several new customizable swipe actions: archive, trash, mark as read, mark

The Pixel 3 Lite will be Google’s most important Pixel in 2019

Google's finally creating a Pixel phone for everyone else, and that's really exciting. For the past three years, Google's released a new Pixel phone in October. In 2016 we got the original Pixel, 2017 saw the release of the Pixel 2, and last year in 2018, we had the Pixel 3.

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Best viewed FULLSCREEN with scaling off. Short little timelapse I did out the back door of the condo in Mammoth Lakes, CA. The mountain peak that is visible is the top of chair 22. If you want to follow my future photographic events you can find me at: Google+ (gplus.to/scientifantastic)

Google Translate gets rid of some gender biases

Google is by no means perfect when it comes to issues relating to gender, but it’s clear the company is trying. Google recently made some important changes to its Translate tool — reducing gender bias by providing both masculine and feminine translations for gender-neutral words. Previously, Google would default

DeepMind claims early progress in AI-based predictive protein modelling

Google -owned AI specialist, DeepMind, has claimed a “significant milestone” in being able to demonstrate the usefulness of artificial intelligence to help with the complex task of predicting 3D structures of proteins based solely on their genetic sequence. Understanding protein structures is important in disease diagnosis and treatment, and could improve

The White House will meet with tech execs to talk ‘transformational ideas’

Top tech executives from Google, Microsoft, Qualcomm and Oracle will head to the White House next Thursday to discuss “bold, transformational ideas” focused on U.S. innovation. The meeting, framed as a “roundtable discussion” by The Wall Street Journal, is expected to cover a broad range of emerging tech topics, from

Google will likely announce the Pixel 3 on Oct. 9

It's time to get hyped! Google just sent out press invites for a "Made by Google" launch event in New York City on Oct. 9, where the company will most likely announce the Pixel 3. As for hints on the invite, there's not much that could tell us what to expect from

Banish those annoying Gmail ‘Nudges’ from your inbox

Listen, I get it, an inbox can be anxiety-inducing. The last thing any user needs is a notification guilting you into replying to someone's email. But with Gmail's recent massive overhaul, Google snuck in little, nagging orange reminders to some emails, asking if you want to reply to an email that

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