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Google Glass To Get ‘Made In USA’ Label, But There’s A Twist

Google Glass To Get ‘Made In USA’ Label, But There’s A Twist

Google Glass is going to get the “Made in USA” label. Yes, that’s true; Google Glass will be assembled at a facility in Santa Clara, California. However, there is a twist. The assembling will be done by Foxconn.

By On March 28, 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.

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Now You Can Set Animated GIF As Google+ Profile Picture

Now You Can Set Animated GIF As Google+ Profile Picture

Google+ was launched as an invitation-only “field test” in June 2011. Now it has become a popular social network. It has added a new feature for the users. Now users can set animated GIFs as profile picture on Google+.

By On March 27, 2013 Respond
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After LG, Google Glass Has Another Competitor – Sony

After LG, Google Glass Has Another Competitor – Sony

The game just got interesting! First, there was only the Google Glass. Then, we heard rumors about a similar product from LG. Now, a new patent by Sony has been spotted which shows a similar augmented reality gadget.

By On March 25, 2013 1 Response
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Google May Launch A Smartwatch This Summer: FT

Google May Launch A Smartwatch This Summer: FT

I’m definitely missing out something here- what is this fuss around smartwatch? From the prototypes that have been leaked so far, the new generation of smartwatches seemed something of the combination of watch-phone-media player. Yeah…tech-savvy gadgets, but not very enticing to me. However, consumers must have a different vide; otherwise, why on Earth every big tech company is running after the pie? The latest name in race is Google.

By On March 23, 2013 1 Response
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Google+ Introduced Photo Only Search Filter

Google+ Introduced Photo Only Search Filter

We have reported when Google introduced larger size Cover photo in Google+ profile, and Fecebook announced their updated home feed. Today Dave Cohen, from Google+ Technical Lead announced a new very easy Photo filter on Google+ search. Take a look inside.

By On March 22, 2013 Respond
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Google Play Might Getting An Update Of Version 4.0

Google Play Might Getting An Update Of Version 4.0

Currently Google’s Android is the most used operating system for mobile in the world. Google’s own marketplace known as the Google Play store got a very few updates throughout last few years. Last time when we got some major changes was earlier in July, 2011. Although we found some design upgrade on Jelly Bean and Ice Cream Sandwich, overall there was no changed at all. But now it seems like, Google Play might getting an update of version 4.0.

By On March 21, 2013 Respond
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Google Fiber Gigabit Internet Expands to Olathe, Kansas

Google Fiber Gigabit Internet Expands to Olathe, Kansas

Another city in Kansas has come under the coverage of Google Fiber – Olathe, Kansas. It is the third city to get Google’s 1 Gbps internet connectivity.

By On March 21, 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+ Introduces ‘Capture’, A New Hangouts App Which Lets You Take Snapshots

Google+ Introduces ‘Capture’, A New Hangouts App Which Lets You Take Snapshots

Google Hangouts have gradually gained traction among professionals as well as casual users. The tool has been popularly used by a huge number of users ever since its release. Now, the search giant is rolling out a new Hangouts app called ‘Capture,’ which lets you take snapshots during Hangouts sessions.

By On March 20, 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.

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Google Chrome OS Is Far Behind To Stir Any Competition With Windows

Google Chrome OS Is Far Behind To Stir Any Competition With Windows

Google has been very successful with the Android in mobile OS market. However, Chrome OS hasn’t been very successful in stirring competition in the market. It is yet to be competitive enough to stand a chance against major operating systems from Microsoft or Apple. Taiwan-based notebook ODMs and vendors expect Google’s Chrome OS to be struggling for the next 1-2 years to gain a competitive edge against Windows.

By On March 19, 2013 1 Response
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Within Two Days, Half A Million Google Readers Switch To Feedly

Within Two Days, Half A Million Google Readers Switch To Feedly

Google recently announced that it will soon abandon its RSS aggregation tool, Google Reader. The announcement aroused a debate on the social media, with journalists, reporters and other RSS users seeking out a viable alternative. Apparently, they found it in Feedly and within two days, more than 500,000 news users have signed up for the tool.

By On March 18, 2013 Respond
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The Rumored X Phone May Actually Refer To Multiple Google/Motorola Devices

The Rumored X Phone May Actually Refer To Multiple Google/Motorola Devices

We have been hearing about the fabled X Phone which supposedly is a joint collaboration of both Google and Motorola. However, so far no clear proof has surfaced to substantiate these rumors. Another claimed image of the X Phone has now come up, and it has been hinted that X Phone may actually be a banner brand for multiple devices.

By On March 17, 2013 Respond
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Google Promises To Unveil An X Lab Project In The Coming Month

Google Promises To Unveil An X Lab Project In The Coming Month

Remember the sheer glee of the tech crowd when we were told that Google was trying its hands on self-driving cars? And the sheer hype created by Google Glass? Both these projects came from Google’s secret X Lab. And now, we have been told that another X Lab project will be unveiled in the coming month.

By On March 16, 2013 1 Response
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