• Apple's Shortcuts app lets Siri do everything

    4 monthes ago - By Engadget

    Apple's virtual assistant, Siri, doesn't have the best reputation - especially when you compare it to Google's incredibly smart counterpart. But, the company has been making efforts to make Siri more useful for those of you with an iOS or Mac device...
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  • Google Photos is now available as a desktop app - sort of

    Google Photos is now available as a desktop app - sort of

    4 monthes ago - By TechRadar

    Good news for shutterbugs - Google Photos is now available as a Progressive Web App , meaning you can add it to your desktop or your phone's home screen. Provided you have Chrome installed on your device, the PWA will run like any native app, without the need to open the browser. To add the new Google Photos PWA to your desktop, visit the Google Photos site in Chrome, click the menu button on the top right, go to 'More tools' and select 'Install Google Photos'. If you can't see that option, you'll need to visit chrome, search for 'Enable app banners', choose 'Enable' from the drop-down...
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  • Dark Web Dumps: Businesses Get New API, New Europol Team

    Dark Web Dumps: Businesses Get New API, New Europol Team

    4 monthes ago - By CBR

    Breach detection tool gets thumbs-up from Big Three
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  • Google Photos is the next big Google service to get a Progressive Web App

    Google Photos is the next big Google service to get a Progressive Web App

    4 monthes ago - By The Verge

    Google Photos is the latest Google service to get a Progressive Web App version. It's following in the footsteps of Google Maps Go, which got its own lightweight web app last December , via Android Police .
    To set up the Photos Progressive Web App, go to the Google Photos site where you can now add it to your home screen on Android or desktop .
    Right now, there isn't much new in the Progressive Web App version of Photos. There's no support yet for notifications or offline support, so you're mostly just getting a glorified link to the Google Photos site. But it's still early days, and it's...
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