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Nest Hub Max doubles down on video calls with new Zoom support and big Google Meet improvements

Nest Hub Max doubles down on video calls with new Zoom support and big Google Meet improvements

For a year defined by videoconferencing, our smart displays have not been able to keep up as a worthy companion — mostly because the apps either aren't there or aren't very good. But there's a giant improvement due for the cross-section of Nest Hub Max owners and Google Meet users and even bigger news for those on Zoom.

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Unlimited-length Google Meet video calls remain free for all through March

Unlimited-length Google Meet video calls remain free for all through March

You may remember way back when in May of 1920 2020 that Google made its relatively new enterprise-focused videoconferencing program Meet free for anyone to use. Everyone would be able to make free calls of unlimited length* through September 30. Well, just a day ahead of its expiration, the company has decided to extend that grace through March 31, 2021.

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Zoom for Android now supports virtual backgrounds and a bunch of new features

Zoom for Android now supports virtual backgrounds and a bunch of new features

Zoom has grown to become one of the most popular videoconferencing apps, boosted by a sudden need to virtually keep in touch with close ones, co-workers, and clients during the COVID-19 pandemic. One of the app's most popular features is the ability to add a virtual background, which is a nice way of keeping a modicum of privacy, especially when working from home. Sadly, this particular feature was not available on Android, but a new update just brought the functionality along with a bunch of other useful ones to our handheld devices.

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