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Google Photos Memories feature can be a blessing and a curse. Check out this tutorial to learn how to hide old pictures of loved ones you've lost or exes you'd rather not see again.
Microsoft's OneDrive cloud storage app just added photo editing features which helps it better compete against Google Photos for backing up your images online.
Google's latest Pixel Drop is adding Astrophotography videos, Locked Folders to Google Photos, and more while expanding some previous features to other regions.
On June 1, 2021, Google Photos will no longer back up your photos for free unless you use certain Pixel smartphones.
Google took the stage at I/O 2021 to announce several improvements rolling out to Google Photos this year, including improved Memories, Cinematic moments, and a way to password protect a folder of images.
A new feature in Google Photos 5.22 turns your Memories albums into a live wallpaper for your phone.
Google adds a number of features to its Photos experience, giving users the ability to order same-day physical prints from more than 11,000 locations.
Google Drive is dropping syncing your Google Photos, but there are loads of other apps that offer storage and photo backups. Here are our top 5 options.
Google Lens has become widely available and most Android users can give it a go. So here is some cool stuff you can do with it.
Try these tips and tricks if you're using the Google Photos app on your Android device to get out the most of your growing picture gallery.
Google Takeout is a free service that lets you export copies of your data. Here's what it does, how it works, and why you might want to use it.
In this episode, three of us sit down to discuss Google Pixel 3 and Samsung Galaxy S10 rumors as well as Verizon's new mix-and-match data plans.
There were quite a few announcements made during the Google I/O 2018 keynote. We take a look at all of the announcements and condense them into the seven biggest.
During its I/O 2018 keynote, Google laid the future roadmaps for some of its products including Google Photos, Gmail, and Assistant.
Google's AI-powered camera feature is no longer exclusive to Pixel phones. Now all Android users can try and use it by accessing Google Photos.