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'Profile Cards' will let you customise what Google Search shows about you

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The profiles act as a virtual business card, letting you choose what information people see when they search for you. What you need to know Google is currently testing a feature called 'Profile Cards' for its search engine. These show up a small widget that appear at the top of the results page whenever someone searches for your name. You can also customize it to show only the information you want. Google is seemingly working on a virtual business card-like feature for its search engine. The new 'Profile Cards' show up as a small card at the top of the results page when someone searches for you by name. They function similar to the cards that Google will throw up to the right of the page when you search for a famous person/organization. While Google has not yet announced the feature, it was discovered by Android Police on support pages on Google's website. These have, unsurprisingly, now been taken down. When Google finally rolls them out officially, it

Five cool Android 10 features that haven't yet arrived

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android 10 If you own a Pixel or still have an Essential Phone lying around, you’ve probably already tried out Dark theme, gesture navigation, and all the other new Android 10 features. top Android 10 features you should know A dark mode (finally!)  Smart Reply for all messaging apps.  A better sharing menu.  Focus Mode.  Quicker access to settings.  A standard depth format.  Overhauled permissions.  Wi-Fi sharing via QR codes. An improved Files app Gestures, app drawers play nicely Google Assistant ‘handles’ Hearing aids get streaming support Security updates via Play Store Wet, overheating USB warnings But you might not know there are some other features to explore—features that still need a bit more development time and are currently hidden behind a rather flimsy gate. Best Tech Deals

Google Pixel 4 leak: astrophotography mode is coming!

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You’ll be able to capture ‘even the stars,’ says Google in a leaked marketing video. The Pixel 4 may allow photography enthusiasts to do something they've never been able to do before with a smartphone camera: astrophotography. A seemingly official marketing video uploaded by Pro Android shows Google's newest smartphone will feature a dedicated mode for taking photos of the night sky. Unfortunately, the ad provides few details about how the new functionality will work other than to promise you'll be able to capture "even the stars." Based on the "hold still" prompt shown in the video, the one detail we can glean is that you won't need a tripod to use to take advantage of the feature.

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