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Google Glasses Spotted In FCC Filing

Google Glasses Spotted In FCC Filing

Google seems to be hard at work at its Project Glass. The search giant had promised that it would be making its smart glasses available for developers shortly. A commercial rollout can be expected somewhat later. A recent FCC filing now reveals many such details about Google Glasses which were unknown as of yet.

By On February 1, 2013 Respond
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Google Funds Handing Out Of 15,000 Raspberry Pi Units To UK Schools

Google Funds Handing Out Of 15,000 Raspberry Pi Units To UK Schools

Raspberry Pi has fast become the most popular PC last year or so. Being very tiny and ultra cheap, and yet equipped with all basic computing functions, the mini PC has become a darling for the education sector too. Google has now funded 15,000 Raspberry Pis to be handed over to UK schools.

By On January 31, 2013 Respond
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Google Finally Adds Data To North Korea’s Map

Google Finally Adds Data To North Korea’s Map

Google Maps is the largest online mapping solution. And yet, even after 8 years of its inception, the service had been unable to provide any data about North Korea. Now, Google has finally started carving out the details of North Korea into its Maps, adding street names and other general geographical features.

By On January 31, 2013 Respond
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Google Search Indexes 86000+ HP Public Printers, Open To Hack And Use

Google Search Indexes 86000+ HP Public Printers, Open To Hack And Use

Devices connected to internal organizational networks need a bare minimum level of security. But what happens when they are not set up with that minimum security? The consequences are manifest in the fact that Google’s search reveals more than 86000 HP printers, some of which don’t even have a password to stop an outsider from using it.

By On January 27, 2013 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Transfer Google Contacts To iPhone Via iCloud

[Tutorial] How To Transfer Google Contacts To iPhone Via iCloud

The Exchange ActiveSync support is disabled in Google Contacts; that left iOS users with Google accounts in a hard position, because they didn’t have any option to sync their contacts over the air. However, Google contacts can be transferred to iPhone via iCloud; in this tutorial I will show you how do that.

By On January 26, 2013 3 Responses
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Google Complies With 88% Of US Information Requests

Google Complies With 88% Of US Information Requests

Over the years, Google has tried to guard itself against the inspection of governments and other powerful organizations alike. It has also been publishing its Transparency reports on a regular basis to tell the world who wants it to cough up what information. Sadly, U.S. tops that list and is often successful in retrieving the information it requires.

By On January 25, 2013 Respond
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Google Seeks Permission To Test Out Experimental Wireless Network

Google Seeks Permission To Test Out Experimental Wireless Network

Google is trying to gain a license from the Federal Communications Commission which would allow the search giant to implement an ‘experimental radio service’ in its headquarters. The catch is that Google intends to use unusual frequencies in implementing this wireless network.

By On January 24, 2013 Respond
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Vice President Joe Biden To Host Google+ Hangout On Gun Violence Today

Vice President Joe Biden To Host Google+ Hangout On Gun Violence Today

President Obama seems fairly determined to go after gun violence and devise measures to ensure gun control. To this end, he elucidated a number of proposals in a recent speech. The Vice President, Joe Biden, is also supporting the Premier on this issue. Biden will hold a Google+ Hangout session on the issue of gun violence on Thursday.

By On January 24, 2013 1 Response
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Emails Related To No-Hire Agreements Between Apple, Google And Others Made Public

Emails Related To No-Hire Agreements Between Apple, Google And Others Made Public

Mid and high-level employees, often experts in their respective fields, are a key asset for different tech companies. When the competition is fierce, employees are given fair benefits to retain them. But when companies sign a mutual agreement not to ‘steal’ each other’s employees, that disrupts fair market competition and is, thus, illegal. In the light of certain emails made public recently, Apple, Google, Adobe and many others indulged in such an agreement.

By On January 24, 2013 Respond
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Google Hints Of ‘X Phone,’ Slated For May 2013 Release

Google Hints Of ‘X Phone,’ Slated For May 2013 Release

In the past, it has been frequently speculated that Google may be working on a smartphone of its own, namely ‘X Phone.’ So far, the search giant has been rather shy of playing to this speculation, but in its latest earnings call, Google executives explored the possibility of a smartphone as well as its many features. This may show that the company is indeed working on one.

By On January 23, 2013 Respond
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France Considers Taxing Facebook, Google Over Collecting Users’ Personal Data

France Considers Taxing Facebook, Google Over Collecting Users’ Personal Data

France has been trying to look into additional avenues which can be taxed to lend some support to the economy of the country. It now seems that the French President Francois Hollande may be considering levying a new tax on the likes of Facebook and Google, simply for making use of the personal data of millions of users.

By On January 22, 2013 Respond
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Sergey Brin Spotted In New York City Subway Wearing Google Glasses

Sergey Brin Spotted In New York City Subway Wearing Google Glasses

Google co-founders have always come off as very humble fellows to me. We have often seen the duo mingling with fellow Googlers and sometimes, even with the users. A user recently snapped the photo of Sergey Brin taking a New York City subway while wearing Google glasses. Does he regularly take the route or was he testing out the gear?

By On January 22, 2013 Respond
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US P2P Users Buy 30% More Music, Reveals Google-Commissioned Survey

US P2P Users Buy 30% More Music, Reveals Google-Commissioned Survey

In the past, a number of researches have suggested that such internet users who actively use P2P sharing are often more tech-savvy and usually spend more money on music than non-P2P users. Now, a Google-commissioned survey carried out by American Assembly research center in Columbia University affirms this.

By On January 22, 2013 Respond
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War On Password: Google Explores Multiple Alternatives To Password

War On Password: Google Explores Multiple Alternatives To Password

Passwords have been around in the tech arena for a really long time. And over time, although they have grown complex, they are a rather poor security tool, as many recent hacks have suggested. Many have been proposing that technology must move on and find an alternative. Google apparently agrees with that as it explores new alternatives to passwords.

By On January 19, 2013 1 Response
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Google Will Move Its UK Headquarters To King’s Cross By 2016

Google Will Move Its UK Headquarters To King’s Cross By 2016

Given the sheer bulk of services provided by Google, and the user data gathered and processed by it, the company has always had a knack for huge facilities. It has now finalized a deal to move its UK headquarters to a new facility which will be a lot larger than its current campus. The new facility will be completed by 2016, which is when the Google UK headquarters will be shifted there.

By On January 19, 2013 Respond
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