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Friday
Oct182019

Google One customers can earn Google Store credit with new rewards program

Google is offering a new rewards program for its Google One cloud storage platform users who plan on buying new Google devices. It will allow you to earn Google Store credit in Canada.

Google One members on select plans who purchase a Google device or accessory from the Google Store qualify to earn as much as 10 percent back in Google Store credit. Those with 200GB plans will get three percent back in Google Store credit, while those with 2TB,10TB, 20TB, or 30TB plans will get 10 percent back.

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Thursday
Oct172019

Google goes traditional with Pixelbook Go

 

Google brings back the Pixelbook line in a more traditional design. The Pixelbook Go can't rotate into a tablet. Instead, it has a more conventional laptop clamshell design. It's unique in the sense that it has a new ridged bottom housed in a magnesium build. It comes in two colours: Just Black and Not Pink. At launch, though, only Just Black will be available in Canada with a starting price of $879 for the Intel m3 variant with 8GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. 

It's not the cheapest machine. Still, for those looking for a computer for light word processing, web browsing, and watching videos online, or rely heavily on Google's ecosystem, this might suffice as an on-the-go daily driver. It's incredibly light at under 1,090g.

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Thursday
Oct172019

Hey Alexa, can we talk about the election?

We are just days away from the Canadian Federal election and if you're still undecided on who to vote for, where can you turn to for the latest information? For the first time ever, Canadians can stay up to speed with developments on the campaign trail, or test their own knowledge of elections in Canada, using just their voice—by asking Alexa. 

Alexa can now help voters access answers to a range of election queries, whether you want to know what you should bring with you on voting day, confirm which riding you belong to, or even to show off to your friends how much you know about the Canadian political system.

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Thursday
Oct172019

Apple TV app shows up on Roku devices ahead of Apple TV+ streaming service launch

We're weeks away from the launch of Apple's streaming service, and, just in time for that, Roku devices are getting the Apple TV app. This launch will be the first time the app will be introduced to third-party products. Right now, it only lets you access things like their iTunes video library as well as subscribe to Apple TV channels directly from Roku devices. But starting November 1st, this app will also be the home to the Apple TV+ streaming service, which features the company's original programming.

The new app will require you to authenticate your identity by singing in with your Apple ID. Once you've done so, this will give you access to things like purchased content, personalized recommendations, the ability to buy and rent from iTunes, as well as subscribe to paid channels (like HBO, Showtime, etc.). The Apple TV app will come to most Roku streaming devices. You can check out the full list here

Source: TechCrunch