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Google Maps Is Back On iOS

Google Maps Is Back On iOS

Finally, Google maps is back on iOS. After the release of iPhone 5, Apple fans were dissatisfied with the own map of Apple which is actually amateur application. Yesterday Google released the new app for iOS which is actually a counterpart of Android version.

By On December 16, 2012 Respond
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Google’s Giant Gift: Added 24 New Features To Google+ Service

Google’s Giant Gift: Added 24 New Features To Google+ Service

Holidays are coming few days later. Before holidays start, tech giant Google has come with a giant gift for its users. Recently, the company has added 24 new features to its Google+ service and updated its beautiful Android and iOS apps.

By On December 15, 2012 Respond
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Google Adds Two-Step Verification To Avoid Accidental Clicks In Mobile Ads

Google Adds Two-Step Verification To Avoid Accidental Clicks In Mobile Ads

Ads displayed on a laptop or a tablet may not experience accidental clicks because users have ample space to navigate. But on a smartphone display, a user may end up clicking on one by mistake, simply because the display is a lot smaller. Google has now dished out two-step verification to avoid such accidental clicks.

By On December 15, 2012 Respond
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Google Reaches Settlement With Belgian Newspapers Over Copyright Infringement

Google Reaches Settlement With Belgian Newspapers Over Copyright Infringement

Google has frequently been lambasted in the EU for its Google News service. A group of Belgian newspapers had earlier alleged that Google indulged in copyright infringement by displaying snippets of their content on Google News. Apparently, the search giant has finally reached a settlement with the group.

By On December 14, 2012 Respond
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Google Maps For iOS Finally Released, Tops The iPhone App Store

Google Maps For iOS Finally Released, Tops The iPhone App Store

In a huge and rather overwhelmingly pleasant surprise to the iOS users, Google Maps for iOS has finally landed in the App Store. In other words, iOS users will once again be able to access the best mapping solutions on their mobile devices. The app has already topped the iPhone App Store’s free apps section.

By On December 14, 2012 Respond
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Porn Becomes Harder To Find Through Google Images

Porn Becomes Harder To Find Through Google Images

Google has decided to beef up its search algorithm so that these incidents don’t happen when you’re using Google Image search The search giant has tweaked its image search algorithms to make it harder to find porn in Google Images.

By On December 13, 2012 Respond
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Netflix Hails Google Fiber In Its First Monthly ISP Speed Rankings

Netflix Hails Google Fiber In Its First Monthly ISP Speed Rankings

By gauging the speed at which users are able to stream its videos, Netflix is able to determine what speeds ISPs are able to provide. Based on this data, the company has now released its first monthly ISP speed rankings.

By On December 12, 2012 Respond
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$99 Google Chromebook For Schools Sold Out In 24 Hours

$99 Google Chromebook For Schools Sold Out In 24 Hours

To bring computing power to the students, online charity DonorsChoose.org along with Google, started selling Samsung Series 5 Chromebooks for students and school teachers for $99 from Monday, December 10, 2012. The buzzing news is, all those Chromebooks were sold out within 24 hours.

By On December 12, 2012 Respond
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Facebook And Gmail Went Down Temporarily, Frequent Google Chrome Crashes Reported

Facebook And Gmail Went Down Temporarily, Frequent Google Chrome Crashes Reported

Today it had been reported by a number of users that they were not able to access Gmail or Facebook. Moreover, within some time of Gmail outage, Google Chrome users also started reporting that their browser windows were repeatedly crashing. Thankfully, the problems have been resolved by now.

By On December 11, 2012 Respond
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Google Offers $99 Chromebook To Students And Teachers

Google Offers $99 Chromebook To Students And Teachers

When it comes to education, technology holds a critically important position. Yet, many students are unable to afford a computer, a huge disadvantage in today’s tech-savvy world. Google now plans to resolve this problem through a $99 Chromebook campaign.

By On December 11, 2012 Respond
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Hints Of Desktop Google Now Integration Found In Latest Chromium Version

Hints Of Desktop Google Now Integration Found In Latest Chromium Version

Android users have been able to avail the Google Now feature for a while now. The code in the latest version of Chromium hints that this feature may also be on its way to the desktop platform.

By On December 9, 2012 Respond
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Apple And Google Join Hands To Buy Kodak Patents

Apple And Google Join Hands To Buy Kodak Patents

One of the rather interesting features of the modern technology arena is that even when two companies are fierce rivals, they may join hands when the need be. So seems to be the case for Apple and Google, both of which have now joined hands to put forth a joint bid for the acquisition of Kodak’s patents.

By On December 8, 2012 Respond
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Google Will No Longer Offer Free Google Apps

Google Will No Longer Offer Free Google Apps

Since 2006, Google has been offering a free version of its Google Apps offering. However, the search giant has now announced that it is abandoning the free version and from now on, businesses will have to sign up for the subscription version of Google Apps if they want to make use of them.

By On December 8, 2012 Respond
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Google Wants To Save Rhinos: Donated US$5 Million To WWF

Google Wants To Save Rhinos: Donated US$5 Million To WWF

The search giant Google wants to save the Rhinos. So on December 4, Tuesday, Google gave the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) US$5 million so that the organization can use more drones to monitor poachers who hunt endangered animals.

By On December 7, 2012 2 Responses
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Apple And Google Are More Like Two Countries With Disputes, Says Eric Schmidt

Apple And Google Are More Like Two Countries With Disputes, Says Eric Schmidt

Apple and Google have been embroiled in a lot of indirect warfare. With Apple assaulting multiple Android vendors and Google implicitly backing its Android partners, the relationship between the two companies are certainly not amicable. However, Google’s Eric Schmidt downplays the mutual differences of the two.

By On December 5, 2012 Respond
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