Jimmy Rodela

Jimmy Rodela is a Freelance Writer and a Content Marketer. He is the Founder of the Guild of Bloggers. He is a contributor on websites with millions of monthly traffic like Yahoo.com, Business.com, Monster.com, Business2Community and SocialMediaToday.com. Follow him on: LinkedinTwitterFacebookGoogle +,Read more about me

Google Launches Lighter Version of Google Mail

Gmail Go

Android users, rejoice! There is now a lightweight version of Gmail. Compared to Gmail, which uses 47 MB of storage space and has a download speed of 20.66 MB, Gmail Go occupies about 25 MB of space and has 9.51 MB download speed, a TechCrunch report said. The Same Features as Gmail Also, Gmail Go has “multiple account support, conversation …

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Project Fi Is Now Available in 35 More Countries

Project Fi

Google announced on Thursday that data coverage provided by Project Fi is now available in 35 more countries. From 135 nations, the total number of countries and territories where users can take advantage of Project Fi’s service is now at 170. Same High-Speed International Coverage “Starting today (Thursday), you can enjoy data coverage in 170 countries and territories. Like always, …

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Google Begins Test on New App Called Reply


Internet search giant Google is testing a new feature that will work other messaging apps. Called Reply, Google said the app “puts the Smart Reply you may know from Google right into notifications from the chat apps you use most often.” (Read: Google’s Fast-Loading AMP Pages Are Coming to Gmail) Android Police reported that invitations to test Reply were sent …

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Vimeo Now Allows Simultaneous Uploading of Videos on Sites


Vimeo has come out with two new features that, as the video platform claims, would “simplify your distribution workflow, and help your videos succeed out in the wild.” Vimeo announced the rollout of the features on Wednesday. (Read: Vimeo’s CEO Goes Goes Against the Grain and Stays Ad-Free) “For uploaded videos, you can now publish videos as native social posts. …

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Let Superphone Track Your Calls and Messages


Rapper Ryan Leslie’s tech startup SuperPhone is offering to monitor calls and messages of the phone’s users for a minimal rate. (Read: Superphone Wants to Track Your Calls and Messages for a Small Fee) Connecting With Fans When Leslie formed SuperPhone, he envisioned the text messaging-based CRM and sales tool as a way for celebrities to connect with fans, message …

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Microsoft Surface Laptop Is Now $200 Cheaper

Surface Laptop

Microsoft has begun selling a new Surface Laptop that’s $200 cheaper than the previous model. Windows Central was the first to report about the $799 model. The older model, launched last year with the Surface Pro, costs $999. (Read: Microsoft Is Now Selling the Surface Laptop with an Intel Core m3 Processor for $799) The Verge reported that Microsoft did …

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YouTube Go: Data-Saving Service Expands to 130 Countries

Youtube Go

For many of us, it’s fun (and mostly entertaining) to watch videos on YouTube on your mobile phone. But it can also be expensive as it uses much data. (Read: YouTube Stars Settle Twitter War in the Ring: 1.6 Million Viewers) If you want to save your data plan, there’s a way for you to watch YouTube videos offline through …

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Facebook Suffers Slowest User Growth Ever

Facebook Daily User

Facebook has released its earnings report for the last three months of 2017. While the world’s most extensive social network enjoyed a 47-percent increase in revenue in the fourth quarter of last year compared with income recorded during the same period in 2016, the company suffered its slowest user growth in years. Lesser Time Spent on the Site Noted Also, …

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Firefox Quantum Update Fixes Security Vulnerability

Firefox Quantum

Mozilla has rolled out an update to the Firefox Quantum browser to fix a security flaw. The vulnerability was first discovered by Cisco, which came out with a report about it on Tuesday. The Hacker News later saw the Cisco report and came out with an article about it. (Read: Update Your Firefox Browser to Fix a Critical Remotely Exploitable …

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Google Clips Are Already Available for Order

Google Clips

Google Clips – the $249 artificial intelligence-powered camera – is ready to order. However, Android Police said deliveries are not expected until March. The camera was introduced to the public during a Pixel 2 event back in October. (Read: Google’s Surprise Camera Autonomously Snaps Photos) The camera, which was revealed at the end of the event, snaps photos of what’s …

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