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Google Meet has added 4 more languages that the live caption feature will now support.
Google can process personal data to enable further features such as reminders from Google for bills that are due or show maps with restaurant reservations in Google Maps.
Zoom is temporarily removing its 40 minute call limit for the occasion of Thanksgiving on November 26th.
Google Meet is now getting the ability to change backgrounds in a video call, same as the Zoom app.
At a time when technology has become a part of life, those celebrating Karwa Chauth are using the internet to perform rituals.
Microsoft is working on a feature which will suppress the background noises while you are on a video or voice call. A similar feature is already present in Zoom and Google Meet.
Gmail is now getting a revamped look with its icon being changed with a four-colour theme instead of the envelope icon. The changes come as a part of the Google Workspace announcement.
Google has announced the rebranded GSuite, which is now Google Workspace. With Google Workspace, Google has clubbed apps like Gmail, Calendar, Meet, Docs, Slide, etc under one name, which is Workspace. Google has also announced a new brand identity for these apps.
Google Meet is now offering video unlimited calls ( up to 24 hours) to all its users till March 2021.
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Google Meet is now restricting the time limit of the video calls to 60 minutes after September 30. Users will have to opt for a paid plan to remove the limit. Also going away are some G Suite Advanced features.
Google has announced 2 new features for Google Meet for desktop which will be making way to its mobile app soon.
Google is soon bringing its video calling app, the Google Duo to Android TV in the coming weeks. The app can be downloaded on TV's that have an in-built camera, but also on those that don't have one as by connecting an external USB camera, it will work. Google Duo is also said to be replaced by Google Meet in Future.
The other services that are facing issues include Google Meet, Google Drive, and Google Docs.
Due to the immense growth of Google Meet, the tech giant now wants to merge its less popular Google Duo