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- You can now schedule turning the lights on and off with Google Assistant.
- Nest Speakers can finally work as part of your home theater setup with a Chromecast... sort of.
- Google wants to pay you to talk to your phone with its newest app.
- If you use Google Pay on the web, you'll want to read this: Google will be shutting down a large part of the web interface's functionality.
- Want to get Twitter verified? Starting in 2021, Twitter will begin accepting new applications.
- The bad Google Pay news just keeps coming. Free instant transfers are going away, and Google is adding fees.
- Google is making more and more progress with Project Mainline on Android, adding a major new module to the framework.
- The Pixel 5 and Google Home Max are our highlight Google deals for the week, with Google Store discounts on both.
- Trying to find official music videos on YouTube may get a lot more annoying.
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- Ryan reviewed the new Nest Thermostat, and it's an absolutely amazing value.
- Corbin's review of the Eero Pro 6 is about as glowing as you can get — this is some serious Wi-Fi hardware.
- Looking for a smartphone camera gimbal? Zhiyun may have what you need; check out Cody's review of one of their newest models.
- You can get OnePlus' custom Cyberpunk 2077 on your phone, here's how.
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