Tag Archive: meet

Find the right size Instant Pot to meet your needs

Which Instant Pot size makes the most sense for you?

One of the most common questions people have when trying to pick the right Instant Pot to buy is figuring out the right size. Most Instant Pot models come in three sizes — 3-quart, 6-quart, and 8-quart — but those numbers don’t exactly give you any indication as to which is best suited for you based on how you cook, how big your family is, and what  [Read More…]

Meet ARM’s Cortex-X, the design that could create custom Pixel chips

Custom chips are about to mean so much more.

ARM announced new CPU designs for 2020 and one of them is something nobody saw coming — a program that would help companies that make processors build specially customized chips targeting specific user-facing improvements.

You might have read about how the new Cortex-X1 CPU will be 22% faster than the new Cortex A78 design, but that doesn’t do the new Cortex-X program justice. The exciting part of it  [Read More…]

Google Meet vs. Skype Meet Now: Which is best?

The Crowd Pleaser Google Meet

Free from Google

Pros Works on all platforms Supports up to 100 participants Collaboration tools Cons Meetings capped at 60 minutes Mac users may be dropped during meetings

Google Meets is simple to use and allows you to easily connect with at least a hundred other people and is especially convenient when meeting with those across time zones.

Meet for Longer Skype Meet Now

Free from Skype

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Here’s how to fix face-to-face foibles in Google Meet

Google Meet is one of our favorite video conferencing apps, and it’s the one we use here at Android Central for our team meetings and planning sessions since we all work from home. As with any kind of software or technology, there are times when you might experience problems with the video quality of a call. If you’re working from home or trying to stay in touch with family or friends, it’s probably important that you be able  [Read More…]

Can’t hear your colleagues or vice-versa in Google Meet? Here’s what to do.

I’ve been singing the praises of Google’s video chatting platforms like Google Duo and Google Meet for weeks now, talking about how they are both free and secure work from home conferencing alternatives to other platforms like Zoom. And while these platforms are great, like anything in tech, there are inevitable hiccups, hassles, and errors that can happen along the way. Some of the most common problems that people run into with video chatting software are audio bugs.  [Read More…]

Facebook’s Zoom and Google Meet challenger is now available worldwide

Messenger Rooms was announced last month.

What you need to know Messenger Rooms is now being rolled out globally. The feature, which is Facebook’s answer to Zoom, lets you host group video calls with up to 50 people and no time limit. You can invite people to group video calls from Messenger or Facebook, even if they do not have a Facebook account.

Facebook announced Messenger Rooms last month, allowing users to host free video calls right  [Read More…]

What platforms and devices is Google Meet available on?

Best answer: Google Meet is compatible with most desktop systems, Windows, Mac, Chrome OS, and even some Linux systems like Ubuntu. There are also apps available for Android, iOS, and iPad OS.

Stay Connected: Google Meet (Free at Google Play) Easy to use on desktop or mobile

Google Meet was originally developed as part of the G Suite, and as such, it was made with as few barriers to use as possible. Beyond the normal Mac and  [Read More…]

Zoom is better than Google Meet — here are 6 reasons why

Google Meet is great, but Zoom has a few key advantages.

Video conferencing apps have been an essential tool for a lot of companies for a while, but thanks to recent global events, they’ve exploded in popularity like never before.

There are numerous apps out there that you can use for video calling, two of the most popular being Zoom and Google Meet. These are apps focused on enterprise/business use, and each one has its own set  [Read More…]

Meet the world’s most eco-friendly smartphone

There are plenty of incredibly cool smartphones on the market right now. From the latest and greatest iPhone to a series of Samsung and LG models that make it easy to keep in touch and watch shows on the go, there’s certainly no lack of options when it comes to selecting a smartphone that’s right for you.

The only problem is that the average lifespan of a smartphone in today’s world is a mere two years—meaning that countless  [Read More…]

Here’s how to use Google Meet codes to start or join a video conference

What are those random strings of letters mean?

These days with most people working from home, video conferencing is all the rage. Some platforms require you to create an account, while others let just about anyone join in, provided they have an invitation from the meeting organizer. The way Google Meet handles this is through meeting codes. We’ll explain what these are, and just what you are supposed to do with them.

Explaining Google Meet codes

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