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Iran Making An ‘Islamic Google Earth’, Plans To Launch Within Four Months

Iran Making An ‘Islamic Google Earth’, Plans To Launch Within Four Months

Iran’s Ministry of Communications and Information Technology has announced that it’ll launch Islamic Google Earth within four months.

By On April 11, 2013 Respond
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AT&T Announced Gigabit Fiber Internet For Austin, Texas After Google

AT&T Announced Gigabit Fiber Internet For Austin, Texas After Google

After weeks of speculations, Google formally announced that the company will deploy its Gigabit fiber internet in Austin, Texas. On the very day, AT&T has announced that it will build a 1Gbps Fiber Internet network in the city too.

By On April 10, 2013 Respond
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Google Play Music Expands In Australia And Six Other Countries

Google Play Music Expands In Australia And Six Other Countries

Around one and half year ago, Google launched its music service Google Play Music. The service was initially available to U.S. consumers only, and later expanded to some other European countries. Earlier today, Google announced that the Music service has stepped in the Australian continent and expanded to some more European countries.

By On April 10, 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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Google Fiber Coming To Austin, Texas

Google Fiber Coming To Austin, Texas

What is the next city to get Google Fiber? According to Google Fiber’s website, the next city in line is Kansas City North, MO, and last in the entry is Mission Woods, KS. According to reports, a new name will add to the list shortly – Austin, Texas.

By On April 6, 2013 Respond
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Google Announces New Blink Rendering Engine For Chrome And Opera

Google Announces New Blink Rendering Engine For Chrome And Opera

The web browser industry is experiencing a major transition right now. Yesterday, Mozilla announced a new web browser engine named Servo, developed in collaboration of Samsung. On the same day, Google has announced to introduce a new webpage rendering engine named Blink, based on WebKit. The new rendering engine would replace WebKit in future versions of Chrome and Opera.

By On April 4, 2013 Respond
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Baidu Eye — Another Competitor Of Google Glass

Baidu Eye — Another Competitor Of Google Glass

Though Google Glass is the apparent pioneer in a new breed of augmented reality gadgets, it is not going to have a road of roses. We have already heard about similar developments by LG and Sony. Now, there is another entry in the list – Baidu.

By On April 3, 2013 Respond
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Google’s Director Of Privacy Alma Whitten Leaving This June

Google’s Director Of Privacy Alma Whitten Leaving This June

Around three weeks ago search giant Google announced that its Android platform chief Andy Rubin is no longer in that position. And recently Google has confirmed that its current privacy director Alma Whitten is going to resign this June.

By On April 2, 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 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.

By On March 28, 2013 Respond
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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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