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Chromecast with Google TV brings its recommended shows and movies to Spanish-speaking users

Chromecast with Google TV brings its recommended shows and movies to Spanish-speaking users

Google really knocked it out of the park on its most recent Chromecast. Adding an entire interface with remote support helped to push the gadget to the next level in the ever-competitive streaming scene. Of course, the addition of a UI also requires making the experience as accessible as possible. With Google's newest update to its streaming device, more streaming recommendations are now available in Spanish.

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No, you're not crazy — Twitter has a new font

No, you're not crazy — Twitter has a new font

Back in January, Twitter revealed that it had made a new branded font family for its products, called Chirp. (Get it — Twitter, Chirp?) After laying low for the last few months, based on user reports, that new Chirp font has started rolling out to the web version of Twitter starting today.

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Facebook's new couples app keeps things between you, your partner, and Mark Zuckerberg

Facebook's new couples app keeps things between you, your partner, and Mark Zuckerberg

The New Product Experiments team at Facebook is a way for the company to try out new apps and services without the, um, complication of actually attaching Facebook to them. For example, its latest app is Tuned, a platform designed specifically for couples. Yeah, that's a pass from me.

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Google is testing a simplified menu for sharing in Chrome

Google is testing a simplified menu for sharing in Chrome

Chrome makes syncing and sharing tabs between devices easy. Sending a link from your laptop to your phone only takes a couple of seconds if you're logged in, while QR codes allow for transferring sites with a snap of a photo. Although these various methods keep passing websites simple, they all clutter up your Omnibox any time you click on it. Google is testing a new sharing hub for Chrome that simplifies your browser, making it easier to hand off articles, projects, and more between devices.

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Spruce up your Pixel 3 or Pixel 3 XL with a fresh coat of LineageOS 18.1

Spruce up your Pixel 3 or Pixel 3 XL with a fresh coat of LineageOS 18.1

Custom ROMs are the saviors of old Android phones. Google's Pixels get quite a lot of after-release support, but with the Pixel 2 series hitting end-of-life back in December, the writing is on the wall for the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL. So if you're ready to say goodbye to official software updates a little early, why not hop on the Lineage train?

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Gboard is bringing screenshots to the clipboard for easier sharing

Gboard is bringing screenshots to the clipboard for easier sharing

Gboard is probably one of Google's best Android apps — it's constantly evolving and gaining useful new features. Last year, its clipboard was expanded to allow for easier copying and pasting of images, and now screenshots are being added into the mix for your convenience.

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NieR Re[in]carnation is now available for pre-registration, inching closer to its English release

NieR Re[in]carnation is now available for pre-registration, inching closer to its English release

Square Enix has been hinting at a Nier spinoff for mobile titled NieR Re[in]carnation since March (2020), but up until recently, it was unknown if this Japanese-developed title would make its way West. Well, thanks to a recent announcement at the Tokyo Game Show 2020, we now know the game will also come to the US and Europe with an English translation in tow.

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Samsung's April patch is rolling out to the Galaxy A51 and other US models — here's the complete list

Samsung's April patch is rolling out to the Galaxy A51 and other US models — here's the complete list

The April security patch has already reached a whole bunch of Galaxy devices in the US, but Samsung’s rollout continues to steadily progress as more phones and tablets join the list. Now, the April patch is hitting some mid-range Galaxy A phones and flagship tablets from Verizon and T-Mobile.
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Google Pay adds international transfers, but destinations are limited for now

Google Pay adds international transfers, but destinations are limited for now

Google Pay, especially after its excellent redesign, has become the go-to app among Android users for sending money to friends and family. But one feature that it has sorely lacked is international transfers — something that is indispensable to ex-pats and remote workers. Saving you quite a bit of effort, Google Pay is introducing foreign transfers to its US users, although you can only send money to India and Singapore at the moment.

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Chrome OS will soon play nice with noise canceling microphones

Chrome OS will soon play nice with noise canceling microphones

Google is working hard to improve Chrome OS with features that make the system simpler to use, with things like better media controls and easier copy and pasting planned for the near future. But the company also wants to make Chromebooks better at things you might not notice right away, especially when you work from home. One of these upcoming improvements is microphone noise cancellation, which could enhance the audio quality of your video conferences drastically — if you have compatible hardware, that is.

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