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No joke, Google is killing off the Pixel 2, Inbox, goo.gl URL shortener, and Google+ this week

Google is trimming down its product line with the removal of Inbox, the Pixel 2, Google+, and URL shortener goo.gl.

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Google Gmail celebrates 15 years by adding scheduled email and Smart Compose for mobile

As Gmail turns 15, Google adds features like scheduled email and Smart Compose for writing email on the go.

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Google really wants you to use Maps and search to plan your next outing

Google is rolling out new features in Maps and search to help plan trips and outings with friends.

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Major Google News overhaul starts rolling out today on web, Android, and iOS

Google is overhauling its News app and web presence, making it easier to find the news that matters to you from the sources you trust.

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Gmail now supports sending money and snoozing emails on iOS

These two handy features have been in the Android app for some time—now the iOS app catches up.

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Google's cleaning up the Play Store, using machine learning to remove 700,000 bad apps

Google has announced that some 700,000 apps were removed from the Play Store in 2017 as it continues to crack down on bad apps that could harm your phone.

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Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides updates add support for iPhone X, iOS 11 drag-and-drop

Better late than never.

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Google Allo finally gains a web interface but it may be too late

Google has started to roll out the long-awaited web interface for its Allo messaging app, but it still requires a phone to work.

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Five Google Tango apps your AR phone needs right now

Google's Tango is still a new platform, so there aren't that many apps (or phones) for it just yet, but our five favorites show the potential of augmented reality.

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Goodbye Google Now, hello new feed that obsessively tracks your interests

Google has officially killed off the Google Now name, replacing it with a smarter, more personalized feed that aims to deliver only the most relevant information to your phone.

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