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Google May Open Retail Stores In Key US Cities This Year

Google May Open Retail Stores In Key US Cities This Year

It seems that opening up brand retail stores has become a growing trend by consumer tech companies; a profitable trend first started by Apple and then followed by Microsoft. Following that trend, a rumor is swirling that search giant Google is planning to open several retail stores in the United States by 2013.

By On February 17, 2013 Respond
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Google May Generate $5 Billion In Revenues From Tablet Ads During 2013

Google May Generate $5 Billion In Revenues From Tablet Ads During 2013

The landscape of the computing world has sharply changed in recent years. With the rise of tablets and decline in PC sales, advertisers as well as companies such as Google are now more interested in capturing the mobile platform. According to a report, Google is all set to bag an estimated $5 billion from its ads on tablets alone during the current year.

By On February 14, 2013 Respond
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Google May Pay Apple $1 Billion To Remain The Default Search Engine On iOS

Google May Pay Apple $1 Billion To Remain The Default Search Engine On iOS

Google and Apple are like a divorced couple who have been forced to continue to share the same house. Though we have seen them fighting each other at different times, they’re still reliant on each other. A recent news proves it well. Recently, investment firm Morgan Stanley has created a buzz by reporting that Google may pay Apple at least $1 billion next year to remain the default iOS search engine.

By On February 13, 2013 Respond
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Google Taking Orders For Nexus 4 Wireless Charger

Google Taking Orders For Nexus 4 Wireless Charger

Last October when Google announced for the Nexus 4, it also said, ‘Google would be shipping a wireless charger soon for Nexus 4.” Finally Google has started taking orders for Nexus 4 wireless charging accessory. Now all Nexus 4 owners can order the wireless charging dock from Google Play.

By On February 12, 2013 Respond
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Another Wave Of Google’s Malware Warnings Hits The Web

Another Wave Of Google’s Malware Warnings Hits The Web

Last week, we reported that Google was blocking a number of major websites on Chrome, citing that they were malware-infected. It later transpired that the malware had affected the ads network which was serving advertisements across those websites. Now, another wave of malware warnings have arrived, blocking another few high-profile websites.

By On February 12, 2013 Respond
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Google Search Bug Returns Porn Results For Contradictory Queries

Google Search Bug Returns Porn Results For Contradictory Queries

Google takes pride in being the quickest and most reliable search engine online. That doesn’t mean it’s security is fool-proof. A Quora member has recently revealed that a Google bug makes the search engine treat different equations as impossible queries and then return porn links in search results.

By On February 9, 2013 Respond
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Nintendo Wii U Gets Google Maps With Street View

Nintendo Wii U Gets Google Maps With Street View

Back in December, Nintendo had promised that it would soon be bringing the Google Maps with Street View to its new Wii U console. However, the company didn’t divulge when will it make the feature available except hints that it may arrive in January this year. But even those plans were delayed and now, Google Maps with Street View is finally available on Nintendo Wii U.

By On February 7, 2013 Respond
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Google Drive Now Lets Developers Host HTML Websites

Google Drive Now Lets Developers Host HTML Websites

Yesterday, Google announced that it will allow users to “create and share hosted websites” via Google Drive. The service won’t support web applications like Google app Engine does, instead it would serve HTML, JavaScript and CSS files.

By On February 6, 2013 1 Response
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Google Play Malware Can Infect Your PC Via Mobile Device

Google Play Malware Can Infect Your PC Via Mobile Device

It is rather well-known that if you connect an infected PC to a mobile device, it can infect the device. However, there are those rare occasions when a nefarious mobile app can end up infecting a PC. So is the case with two Google Play apps recently discovered by Kaspersky Labs.

By On February 5, 2013 Respond
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Google And Mozilla Demonstrate Video Chat Between Firefox And Chrome, Courtesy Of WebRTC

Google And Mozilla Demonstrate Video Chat Between Firefox And Chrome, Courtesy Of WebRTC

Google and Mozilla teams have been working on implementing WebRTC support to their respective browsers. The functionality essentially allows the two browsers ‘talk’ to each other. And now, the two teams have demonstrated this by posting a YouTube video about it.

By On February 5, 2013 Respond
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Google Issues Malware Warnings For Multiple High-Profile Sites

Google Issues Malware Warnings For Multiple High-Profile Sites

Google’s Chrome browser routinely stops a user from accessing a given website if the website is a security risk. It so happens that today, Google served malware warnings to many users who tried to access a number of high-profile websites. The security alarm was triggered because a rather popular ad network, NetSeer, had come under a malware attack.

By On February 5, 2013 Respond
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FCC Filing Of Google Glasses Hints At Bone Conduction Technology

FCC Filing Of Google Glasses Hints At Bone Conduction Technology

Bone conduction technology has been around for quite a while, although it hasn’t gained much traction in the tech world. Google recently filed with FCC for Google Glasses. A detailed look into the filing reveals that Google has also mentioned bone conduction technology in it, which shows that the company has plans of implementing the technology in its smart glasses.

By On February 4, 2013 Respond
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Beta Version Of Tesla Model S App Now At Google Play Store

Beta Version Of Tesla Model S App Now At Google Play Store

Electric car maker Tesla ‘s Model S car hit the road last year. The car attracted people not only because it was “the quickest production vehicle” in quarter-mile tests, but also users could do a lot of things to the car through their iPhone or iPad. Android users were waiting when they would have the same capability in their devices. The good news is, now Android users can do a lot of things to the car through their Android devices.

By On February 4, 2013 Respond
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Google Forms Refreshed, Adds Real Time Collaboration And Smarter Editing Features

Google Forms Refreshed, Adds Real Time Collaboration And Smarter Editing Features

Google Forms is a very useful tool to help people send out a survey, give students a quiz, or collect other information in an easy, streamlined way. Recently, Google has released a more robust powerful version of Google Forms. The new version of Google Forms has new features, including the ability to collaborate in real-time.

By On February 4, 2013 Respond
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Google’s Eric Schmidt Bitterly Criticizes China In His New Book

Google’s Eric Schmidt Bitterly Criticizes China In His New Book

China has long been lambasted by the Western governments and companies for allegedly backing hackers who steal trade secrets and otherwise cause financial damages to organizations. Google’s chairman, Eric Schmidt, has criticized the country at length in his new book for its unethical cyber practices.

By On February 4, 2013 Respond
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