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Google Intends To Add Galapagos Islands To Street View

Google Intends To Add Galapagos Islands To Street View

Galapagos islands feature a unique landscape that usually feels out of this world. That, and the creatures that inhabit the islands, was precisely what led Charles Darwin to coin his theory of evolution. Now, Google intends to add the Galapagos islands to Street View.

By On May 27, 2013 Respond
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Wikipedia Starts Offering Real-Time Editing Map

Wikipedia Starts Offering Real-Time Editing Map

Over the last few years, Wikipedia has emerged as the top go-to place to gather any kind of information. This was possible because it turned into an crowd-sourced encyclopedia which is written and edited by thousands of people around the globe. Wikipedia has recently offered a real-time map which shows who is editing what articles.

By On May 14, 2013 Respond
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View Microsoft Office Documents In Chrome On Windows And Mac Machines

View Microsoft Office Documents In Chrome On Windows And Mac Machines

Viewing Microsoft Office documents in a browser is a ‘virtually impossible’ task. Oftentimes, you click a URL to open a page and rather, it starts downloading an Office file to your computer. Google is apparently trying to take care of this hassle by letting the users view Microsoft Office documents directly in Chrome browser.

By On April 27, 2013 Respond
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Mozilla Introduces Experimental API For Web Payments In Firefox OS

Mozilla Introduces Experimental API For Web Payments In Firefox OS

“Mozilla wants to introduce a common web API to make payments easy and secure on web devices yet still as flexible as the checkout button for merchants.” And, the foundation has developed a payment service API to support in-app purchases in Firefox OS.

By On April 7, 2013 Respond
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Google Opens Compute Engine To More Developers At Lower Price

Google Opens Compute Engine To More Developers At Lower Price

Last year at the Google I/O developer conference, Google launched Compute Engine, a cloud computing platform that allows developers to run their apps on Linux virtual machines hosted on Google’s massive infrastructure. Only few developers could access to this service and for that they had to either get an invitation or go through Google’s sales teams. But now any developers will be able to use the Google’s Compute Engine! Keep reading for further details.

By On April 7, 2013 Respond
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Now Google Translate For Android Can Translate 50 Languages ‘Offline’

Now Google Translate For Android Can Translate 50 Languages ‘Offline’

Google Translate has always been proven helpful to people translating web pages or languages, although it doesn’t provide perfect translations every time. Recently, search giant Google has launched a new version of Translate for Android that can do translations ‘offline.’ That means from now on, Android users won’t need an internet connection to translate any language or web page through the service.

By On March 30, 2013 Respond
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Google’s Street View Includes Japan’s Fukushima Nuclear Zone

Google’s Street View Includes Japan’s Fukushima Nuclear Zone

After bringing the peaks of Mount Everest to armchair travelers via Google Street View, Google has brought the no-entry nuclear zone of Fukushima for the world. The web giant has brought a ghost town inside Fukushima nuclear zone, named Namie-machi, to Google Maps.

By On March 28, 2013 Respond
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Google Finally Releases Google Keep, Ready To Compete Evernote

Google Finally Releases Google Keep, Ready To Compete Evernote

Google has finally launched its note-taking, list-keeping app, which we saw a few days ago after an apparently accidental leak. The app is being touted as ‘Google Keep’ and may be a direct competition for the likes of Evernote as well as Pinterest.

By On March 21, 2013 1 Response
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Google Adds Animated GIF Search Option

Google Adds Animated GIF Search Option

There are many people who want to express their feelings through animated GIFs. But, finding the exact GIF over internet was not a very easy job. The job turned easier now. Google has officially added a feature to its image search that lets you exclusively search for animated GIFs.

By On March 20, 2013 Respond
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[KickStarter] CoreVia Connect – A New, Intuitive App For Remote Desktop Use

[KickStarter] CoreVia Connect – A New, Intuitive App For Remote Desktop Use

Using remote desktop clients on tablets so that you can access your PC or Mac is a really useful feature, especially if you have to work across multiple machines. However, once you reach the desktop of your PC or Mac via such an app, the tablet screen is too small to accommodate the whole view. CoreVia team has devised a cool new solution for this.

By On March 14, 2013 Respond
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Updated Dropbox Desktop Client Is Here With Real-Time Notifications, Better File Sharing

Updated Dropbox Desktop Client Is Here With Real-Time Notifications, Better File Sharing

The Dropbox team has pushed out an update for their desktop client. The update arrives with a number of new features, such as real-time notifications as well as easier and quicker file-sharing options.

By On March 13, 2013 Respond
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Gmail’s Web App For Mobile Devices And Offline App For Chrome Gets Updated

Gmail’s Web App For Mobile Devices And Offline App For Chrome Gets Updated

Google has rolled out an update for the Gmail web app for mobile devices as well as its offline app for Chrome users. The update has much to do with the looks, which the company has made neater, simpler and less cluttered.

By On March 12, 2013 Respond
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Release Candidate For Bootstrap 3 Is Here, Built On A ‘Mobile First’ Philosophy

Release Candidate For Bootstrap 3 Is Here, Built On A ‘Mobile First’ Philosophy

We have been waiting about the next release of the popular front-end framework for web development, Bootstrap. While Bootstrap 3 hasn’t exactly been released yet, the candidate preview of the new version is up. And the creators behind the framework tell us that this time, they have included mobile-support right into the code.

By On March 11, 2013 Respond
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Dropbox Handles 1 Billion New Files Every Day

Dropbox Handles 1 Billion New Files Every Day

Dropbox may have only 100 million users, but these users save 1 billion users every day on the online storage service. This stat came out in a presentation by Dropbox’s CEO Drew Houston.

By On February 28, 2013 Respond
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Google Drive Starts Offering File Previews

Google Drive Starts Offering File Previews

Google Drive is used by a huge number of users. It is often meant to store an online copy of important documents so that they can be accessed easily from anywhere by logging in to the Google account. Now, the service has started offering file previews which essentially let you find the files you’re looking for more easily.

By On February 22, 2013 Respond
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