Tag Archives: Google

Data reveals the most popular tech brands in Europe

Experts at RebootOnline.com have conducted a study looking into Europe’s most popular tech brands and how their popularity has altered over the past year. Annual search volumes were documented for each of the 20 most valuable tech brands and divided by the quantity of years since they were founded to establish a standardised annual …

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Linnwork’s Buy on Google integration for Google direct shopping experience

Linnworks is integrating with Buy on Google, a checkout experience that allows shoppers to purchase products directly from retailers on Google. Buy on Google is a commission-free sales channel, enabling brands to expand the reach of existing product lines and find new audiences for best-selling items. Buy on Google is available …

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Redstor arrival on Google Marketplace helps MSPs ramp up protection of Google Workspace

A new web-based app has been released by Redstor on Google Marketplace to help MSPs protect customer data in Google Workspace in a few clicks. Partners can use the app to back up customer data in Google Drive and Gmail directly from Google’s cloud to the Redstor cloud in less than 15 minutes. …

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Tech Data offers Google Android Essentials to simplify mobile device security

Tech Data has extended its partnership with Google to include the new Android Enterprise Essentials mobile security service. Tech Data has set-up the Android Enterprise Essentials Zero-Touch Enrolment area on InTouch (it’s online procurement and order management platform). This is already up and running, making it easy to add, register and …

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Google research identifies shifts in online shopping behaviour ahead of the first digital-only Black Friday

The UK is on the cusp of its first wholly digital Black Friday event, in a year that has already seen online shopping and ecommerce play a growing role in consumers’ lives. As we enter what is traditionally the biggest retail peak of any year, UK retailers and small businesses …

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CommScope partners with Google to bring Orion WiFi to public venues

Network infrastructure provider CommScope is partnering with Google’s Area 120 for the launch of Orion Wifi, a platform designed to bring private, secure roaming for consumers while helping public venues solve cellular dead zones and monetise their networks. CommScope’s RUCKUS SmartZone controller will support Google’s Orion Wifi by offering a friction-less and secure experience when connecting subscribers to public Wi-Fi in venues …

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Acer and Google to showcase the benefits of Chromebooks and G Suite for education

Acer will be hosting an event at Google’s London office on 21st November, showcasing the benefits of Chromebooks and G Suite for Education within the modern classroom. Taking place between 9:30am and 5pm, visitors will be able to experience a live classroom demonstration, explore Accessibility features in Chrome, and network …

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Google buys Fitbit for $2.1 billion

Google has acquired San Francisco-based fitness tracker brand Fitbit for $2.1 billion (£1.6 billion). The deal is Google’s biggest consumer purchase since it paid $3 billion for smart home brand Nest five years ago. With the coming together of two large technology companies, unsurprisingly, the deal has received instant scrutiny. …

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Google introduces Pixel 4 smartphone, Pixel Buds, Nest Wifi system and Nest Mini assistant

At its recent Pixel event, Google has unveiled the latest version of its Pixel smartphone, wireless earphones, a new Wifi system and an updated home assistant. Pixel 4 (pictured above) The Pixel 4 smartphone features two cameras on the back of the phone, including a new telephoto lens. When you …

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How is Google’s repair ads ban affecting tech businesses?

As Google removes adverts related to computer repairs in a bid to stop scammers, how is this affecting legitimate businesses? Tech For Techs asks its members. MIKE WHITEHOUSE, SUNDERLAND COMPUTER REPAIRS “I have worked with Google for a long time and I’ve resigned myself to having to spend £300 a …

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