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November 6, 2020

‘Stadium’ browser returns to the App Store, enabling Google Stadia on iPhone/iPad

Google Stadia has been expanding a lot lately, but the cloud streaming service has one major caveat for a lot of gamers — it doesn’t work on iOS. A custom browser by the name of “Stadium” enabled Stadia support on iPhone and iPad, but Apple quickly removed it. Now, the app is back!

September 21, 2020

Google now lets you set Gmail as the default mail app on iOS 14

As promised on Friday, iOS 14 users can now set Gmail as the default mail app on iPhones and iPads. This follows a handful of updates from Google to support the latest version of Apple’s mobile operating system. 

September 9, 2020

Google Maps for Apple Watch is now available on the App Store

Last month, Google announced that Maps is coming back to watchOS after leaving the platform in 2017. Google Maps for Apple Watch is now available following the latest update.

August 20, 2020

Instagram’s ‘Suggested Posts’ roll out widely, adds content you don’t follow to feed

Instagram’s feed has made some big changes over the years, but its latest is perhaps the biggest. Rolling out to all users over the past 24 hours, Instagram is filling your feed with “Suggested Posts.”

August 10, 2020

Google Maps coming back to Apple Watch, now supports CarPlay Dashboard

Google today announced two big features for its mapping service on Apple platforms. After removing in 2017, Google Maps is bringing back its Apple Watch app, as well as adding support for CarPlay Dashboard. 

July 31, 2020

Trump plans to ban TikTok in the US, decision as soon as Saturday; opposed to Microsoft spinoff

Earlier today, it emerged that President Trump was reportedly planning to order ByteDance to divest TikTok, with Microsoft in talks to acquire. The US is now going further and plans to ban the social network from operating in the US as soon as tomorrow. Meanwhile, he is against a possible Microsoft spinoff.

June 30, 2020

Belkin’s 7-in-1 Thunderbolt 3 Dock Core debuts with 8K display support, more

Belkin is now out with its new Thunderbolt 3 Dock Core, the latest addition to its stable of USB-C hubs and other docking stations. Alongside notable features like 60W USB-C charging passthrough and the ability to drive 8K monitors, the upcoming 7-in-1 hub takes on competing offerings with a compact, bus-powered design. Head below for all of the details, including pricing and how to lock-in your pre-order.

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