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Google’s “I’m Feeling Lucky,” Explained

Google's I'm Feeling Lucky button takes you directly to the first website in Google's search results, skipping past the results page and everything on it. You can still use I'm Feeling Lucky in the desktop version of Google's homepage, and it hides some fun easter eggs. …

Google's VPN Finally Arrives on Windows and macOS

After a long wait, Google’s VPN is now available on Windows and macOS. All Google One subscribers who pay for 2TB of cloud storage (or more) can install the company’s desktop VPN client through the Google One web portal. The Google One VPN originally launched as …

How to Save Google’s WEBP Images as JPEG or PNG

Google’s WEBP image format is pretty cool: its unique compression systems can display images at approximately two-thirds the size of the same image rendered in JPEG or PNG format. Despite years of development, being prominently featured in Google products, and experiencing widespread adoption, WEBP still isn’t …

Google’s latest Nest cameras now work with Amazon Alexa

Good news for smart homes divided: as of this week, the newest Google Nest cameras can now stream to your Amazon Alexa smart displays, including Echo Show devices, Fire TVs, and Fire tablets. Following Amazon’s announcement last week that third-party cameras can take advantage of its …