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Google+ Brings Version 3.0 App For iPhone And iPad

Google+ Brings Version 3.0 App For iPhone And iPad

Great news for the Google+ iOS users. Google brings more attractive features of Google+ for iPhone and iPad users with version 3.0. The new version makes using Google+ easier. The new version is also the first to support iPad with its unique interface features. Check more details below about the new features of the latest version.

By On July 11, 2012 Respond
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Google May Have To Pay $22.5 Million For Violating Safari Privacy Settings

Google May Have To Pay $22.5 Million For Violating Safari Privacy Settings

Google had been taken to court over allegations that it intentionally bypassed the privacy settings of Safari browser to track Mac users and to let different advertisers use the information. Google allegedly bypassed the settings with the help of a tiny code. Naturally, as soon as it was discovered, criticism heaped on the search giant and lawsuits were filed against it.

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Google+: Is It A Failure? [Infographic]

Google+: Is It A Failure? [Infographic]

Ever since Google launched its own social network, Google+, many have asked whether or not it will be able to compete with the social media giant, Facebook. In fact, some even tried to gauge whether or not Google+ can effectively compete with Twitter. However, so far, the growth of Google+ has been rather slow.

By On July 9, 2012 1 Response
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Google Urges The Government To Legalize Gay Marriage

Google Urges The Government To Legalize Gay Marriage

Google has been vocal about its support for LGBT rights since quite some time. The company has frequently expressed its support for gay marriages and seemed to have launched a proper campaign to persuade certain governments for gay marriages. The campaign that has been launched is being called ‘Legalize Love.’

By On July 9, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Enable And Set Up Google Docs Offline

[Tutorial] How To Enable And Set Up Google Docs Offline

Do you travel a lot and you dont always have access to internet on your mobile device or laptop but you need to have files from Google Docs with you? How about having your Google Docs with you no matter where you are, and no matter if you have or dont have internet access near you? If this sounds like something that will make you more productive read on, because in this tutorial I iwll show you how to manage and edit your documents saved in Google Docs offline.

By On July 7, 2012 Respond
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Google Halts Selling Galaxy Nexus, To Resume Sells With Android Jelly Bean Next Week

Google Halts Selling Galaxy Nexus, To Resume Sells With Android Jelly Bean Next Week

Google has sidetracked Galaxy Nexus smartphone from its Google Play store suddenly. The company removed the purchase button from Galaxy Nexus page and put a ‘coming soon’ message instead. Customers will, however, get a new version of Galaxy Nexus next week. It will be with Android 4.1, Jelly Bean.

By On July 5, 2012 Respond
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Google To Shutdown Five Services Including iGoogle, Google Video

Google To Shutdown Five Services Including iGoogle, Google Video

Google CEO Larry Page decided to terminate all the services that have become redundant. This effort started last fall, when Google expunge 10 of its products. Now, the company has decided to dump five more products – Google Mini, Google Talk Chatback, Google Video, iGoogle and Symbian App.

By On July 4, 2012 Respond
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Nokia Claims Google’s Nexus 7 Tablet Profanes Its Patents

Nokia Claims Google’s Nexus 7 Tablet Profanes Its Patents

Earlier this week, Google has launched its first own-brand flagship tablet Nexus 7 which includes Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, a quad-core processor, 7-inch display etc. Recently, Nokia has claimed that Google and Asus (the manufacturer of the new Nexus 7) profaned some of the mobile giant’s patents. Nokia has also commented that both companies (Google and Asus) should simply approach the handset maker for a patent license. A spokesperson from Nokia told The Inquirer about this issue.

By On July 4, 2012 Respond
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Google Joins Samsung To Stave Off Patent Attack From Apple

Google Joins Samsung To Stave Off Patent Attack From Apple

We have been watching Apple and Samsung fighting for a long time regarding patent issues. None of this companies were accompanied by a third company for assisting them handling the battles. But, according to The Korea Times, Samsung has confirmed that the company is working with Google to fend of patent infringement claims made by Apple. Now, Samsung and Android creator Google are “working closely to create a united front” in the face of legal challenges from Apple.

By On July 4, 2012 Respond
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How To Adds Full Screen Mode And More Functionality To Google Chrome On iOS

How To Adds Full Screen Mode And More Functionality To Google Chrome On iOS

After waiting a long period Google finally brings their most popular Chrome browser to Apple’s iOS mobile platform. No doubt the browser is a great for work and an more improved then Mobile Safari in some cases. But i think Google forget to add some vital and extremely user-friendly features. No worries here comes the solution.

By On July 3, 2012 Respond
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Google Places For iOS Is Now Google+ Local

Google Places For iOS Is Now Google+ Local

The Google Places app for iOS is now Google+ Local. The change has been applied on the 2 July. The new Google+ local app for iOS is available from Apple App Store. After Google purchased Zagat it changed Google Places to Google+ Local.

By On July 3, 2012 Respond
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Be Aware: Google Can Expose Your Social Security Information

Be Aware: Google Can Expose Your Social Security Information

Few days ago, Planetzuda.com has published a news about Google search results showing private information of people. They have found that Google search results sometimes expose all types of confidential data including credit card number, social security number etc. The team has contacted Google security team and explained the issue. Google replied that they knew about this, but due to Google’s policy of non-censorship of search results the data can’t be removed.

By On July 2, 2012 Respond
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Android Fans Joining #BoycottApple Movement On Google+ – Reacting Ban On Nexus

Android Fans Joining #BoycottApple Movement On Google+ – Reacting Ban On Nexus

Android fans are joining on a silent movement against Apple called #BoycottApple on Google+. More and more furious comments are coming from them. Google-centric social networking sites have also joined on this protest. It is now the 2nd most favorite trending topic on Google+. Some reactions are also coming from Twitter users. Though the numbers may not be so huge in terms of real users but yet can be influential.

By On July 2, 2012 2 Responses
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[Tutorial] How To Uninstall Android Apps Via Google Play Web Site

[Tutorial] How To Uninstall Android Apps Via Google Play Web Site

If you are an Android user you are gone love this new feature offered by Google which allows you to update or uninstall apps on your Android device directly from Google Play. Quite small feature, but many users will certainly try or use it on day to day bases and in this tutorial I will show you how it works and how to use it.

By On July 1, 2012 1 Response
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Google Started Search Result Censoring About Guns And Ammunition

Google Started Search Result Censoring About Guns And Ammunition

Google has started censoring their search result about guns, ammo and related accessories. A user wrote, when he was searching with firearm-related term on Google such as “5.56 ammo”, the search engine did not show anything in general search results, even under the shopping results category. The source also claims that Google has sent a lengthy email to an online retailer about their new shopping policy.

By On July 1, 2012 Respond
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