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Being there for Thailand’s small businesses

August 26th, 2020

Around 1.3 million Thai small businesses have been affected by the impact of COVID-19—from clothes manufacturer Chu Su Mo in Chiang Mai, to coffee shops like Hidden Tree Garden in Samut Songkhram. These businesses are often at the heart of their communities, supporting local jobs and services. They’re also critical to the Thai economy as…

3 easy ways to maximize the new Saved tab in Google Maps

August 26th, 2020

The Saved tab in Google Maps lets you save and manage all the places you’re interested in, from must-try restaurants nearby to far-flung places for the bucket list. And it’s a popular feature too. Worldwide, people have saved more than 7 billion places on Google Maps. Even during a time when people may not be…

Easy Wi-Fi backup from your Canon camera to Google Photos

August 26th, 2020

Photos often represent our most important memories—from everyday moments to the biggest events in our lives—and it should be easy for you to access them in Google Photos and beyond. Since launching our Google Photos partner program two years ago, we’ve worked with hundreds of partners to build high-quality and secure integrations so that you…

Hands-free hotel stays, with Google

August 26th, 2020

If you’re like me, you’re more than ready to at least start thinking about a future getaway. Or maybe your travel remains essential and you are still on the road. Whatever reason is driving you to consider staying in a hotel room, you know you want to take as many precautions as possible. With Google’s…

The new AdSense reporting is live

August 25th, 2020

The mission of AdSense Reporting is to enable publishers to make decisions to grow their businesses by providing information and insights about their monetization performance, audience, and content. To achieve this goal, we are announcing a new version of AdSense reporting. We are launching it in phases, so it might be a week or two…

Invite ancient creatures to your living room with AR

August 24th, 2020

What does it feel like to stare into some of the oldest eyes on earth? With augmented reality (AR) and Google Arts & Culture, now you can find out: Meet Cambropachycope, an ancient crustacean with a distinctive pointy head covered in tiny eyes. In collaboration with institutions such as Moscow’s State Darwin Museum and London’s…

CEO Hana Hassan refuses to be ignored

August 24th, 2020

If you’re friends with Hana Hassan, you might know her by another name: Dope’rah (yes, it’s a combination of “dope” and “Oprah”). She was given the nickname because, as she puts it, she does her best to make sure “people feel seen and heard.” One way she does that is through her role as an…

Get more out of Google Meet with these tips

August 21st, 2020

With a lot more of our lives happening on video, you might have discovered more ways for things to go wrong during a call. Shaky camera, bad lighting—remember that time you could only understand every third word someone was saying? With Google Meet, there are lots of ways to make video meetings and calls with…

Google teams up with news publishers on a new product

August 20th, 2020

In late June, we launched a licensing program to pay for quality content from publishers for an upcoming news experience. The goal of this project is to create something that gives readers more context and journalistic perspective on news stories as well as helps publishers’ distinct editorial voices shine through. Today, we wanted to update…

Boost your bass and share your sounds, with Pixel Buds

August 20th, 2020

Today, we’re dropping new features for Pixel Buds to help you customize your sound experience, find your earbuds more easily if you misplace them and get more done with your earbuds—including an experimental feature that alerts you to what’s going on around you even when you have your Pixel Buds in. Personalize your audio experience…