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Google's Live Caption Tool Is Now Available as a Hidden Feature in Chrome

Google’s Live Caption Tool Is Now Available as a Hidden Feature in Chrome

Screenshot: Sam Rutherford Live Captions is one of the most useful features on Android phones, allowing your mobile device to automatically transcribe any audio it’s currently playing. And now it seems Google is bringing Live Captions to Chrome, with the feature already available as a hidden option in the browser. First noticed by Chrome Story, …

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It Could Soon Be A Lot Easier For Chrome OS Users To Access Google Photos

It Could Soon Be A Lot Easier For Chrome OS Users To Access Google Photos

In the tech world, it’s not surprising to see companies “borrow” ideas from each other for their own products and services. Take for example Chrome OS which allows users to run Android apps, something that Apple has borrowed for its M1 Mac computers. Now it seems that Google could also be borrowing something of Apple’s …

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Samsung’s Next-Gen Chromebook Could Ditch The 4K Display For Better Battery Life

Samsung’s Next-Gen Chromebook Could Ditch The 4K Display For Better Battery Life

When Samsung launched the Galaxy Chromebook, one of the key features of the laptop was its 4K display. Given that Chromebooks in generally are typically marketed as budget laptops, having a 4K display was a nice touch, but reviews have found it less than favorable, especially with its terrible battery life. Advertising Samsung might have …

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Google Could Bring Its Radar Technology To Future Chromebooks

Google Could Bring Its Radar Technology To Future Chromebooks

One of the nifty features we saw Google introduce in the Pixel 4 was radar-sensing technology, also known as Project Soli. Granted it might come across as novel and somewhat gimmicky, but on paper it does hold a lot of promise. So much so that Google might be considering applying it to future Chromebooks and …

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