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Google's Motion Stills app helps you spruce up your Live Photos

Google has released a new app for iPhone called Motion Stills, which helps you make GIFs and video clips from your Live Photos

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Google's My Account will now help you find your lost iPhone

Google has updated its My Account page for controlling a person's Google services with a new "Find my phone" feature that lets people locate or lock down their smartphone.

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Google app gets a speed boost with Accelerated Mobile Pages

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Joe Steel compares the intelligent assistant landscape by way of food orders β€” and by "food" I mean "pizza."

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Google's search app for iPhone and iPad has added support for external keyboard shortcuts on the iPad.

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