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Google Testing New UI And Features For Google Calendar

Google Testing New UI And Features For Google Calendar

Google always loves to do experiment with its services. If the experiments are proved to be successful, the company utilizes the features, otherwise omit those. And now we’ve come to know that Google is testing new user interface (UI) and features for Google Calendar.

By On April 10, 2014 Respond
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U.S. Air Force Is Beta-Testing Google Glass For Use On Battlefield

U.S. Air Force Is Beta-Testing Google Glass For Use On Battlefield

U.S. armed forces tend to be the earliest users of many of the major and significant technological innovation. The same now goes for Google Glass which is currently being beta-tested by the Air Force for possible battlefield use.

By On April 10, 2014 Respond
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‘Search Nearby’ Option Reintroduced In Google Maps

‘Search Nearby’ Option Reintroduced In Google Maps

Back in February when a redesigned Google Maps was rolled out, a number of earlier features bit the bullet. These included the ‘search nearby’ feature which was immensely useful. Thankfully, the feature has been reintroduced now.

By On April 3, 2014 Respond
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Google Naps – A Parody Site Of Google Maps, Finds Places For A Quick Nap

Google Naps – A Parody Site Of Google Maps, Finds Places For A Quick Nap

Google Maps helps you find your way throughout the world, but Netherlands-based developers Kakhiel and Venour have come up with a new take on the feature: “Google Naps,” which will help you find the perfect place for having a quick nap.

By On April 1, 2014 Respond
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After Google, Amazon Also Slashes Prices Of Cloud Services

After Google, Amazon Also Slashes Prices Of Cloud Services

Google recently cut down the price for its Google Drive storage by a significant margin. Following in these footsteps, Amazon has also announced significant cuts for a wide range of its cloud services.

By On March 29, 2014 Respond
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Google Was The Most-Visited US Desktop Site During February, 2014

Google Was The Most-Visited US Desktop Site During February, 2014

Every month, ComScore reveals the most popular and most-visited sites by desktop users in the U.S. The results for February 2014 are in now and Google has topped the charts.

By On March 27, 2014 Respond
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‘Google Now’ Finally Comes To Desktop Chrome Browser

‘Google Now’ Finally Comes To Desktop Chrome Browser

Few days ago, we heard from one of our reliable sources that Google will soon launch its amazing predictive search tool Google Now to desktop (for Windows and Mac) Chrome browser. And finally, Google has launched Google Now for desktop Chrome browser.

By On March 26, 2014 Respond
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Google Increased YouTube’s Page Loading Speed By 10%

Google Increased YouTube’s Page Loading Speed By 10%

Internet speed is a great factor for loading videos online. Search giant Google has made a new image file format called WebP and it has increased YouTube’s page loading speed by 10%.

By On March 25, 2014 Respond
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Apple, Google And Yahoo Can Read Your Emails Without Your Permission

Apple, Google And Yahoo Can Read Your Emails Without Your Permission

Microsoft recently admitted that it had read the emails on the Hotmail account of a journalist. The company also claimed that it has a right to do so. It appears that others like Yahoo, Google and Apple also reserve a similar right.

By On March 23, 2014 Respond
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Google Makes Gmail Encryption Mandatory

Google Makes Gmail Encryption Mandatory

Until now, Gmail allowed users to choose between encrypted and unencrypted emails. Now, Google has removed the choice of opting out of encryption, making it mandatory for all users.

By On March 22, 2014 Respond
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Google Reveals Android Wear, An Operating System For Smartwatches

Google Reveals Android Wear, An Operating System For Smartwatches

Wearable technology is undoubtedly the next big thing. Understanding the facts, Google has announced a modified version of Android called Android Wear that’s designed specifically for wearable devices.

By On March 20, 2014 1 Response
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Man Search His Name In Google, Found Himself In ‘Most Wanted’ List And Surrendered To Police

Man Search His Name In Google, Found Himself In ‘Most Wanted’ List And Surrendered To Police

Many people run searches for their own names, or the names of people they know, on google.com. Last year, Christopher Viatafa, who resides in California did the same thing, but interestingly, he found himself in ‘most wanted’ list and surrendered to police!

By On March 18, 2014 Respond
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Google Offers Amazing Drop On Google Drive Pricing

Google Offers Amazing Drop On Google Drive Pricing

The cloud storage arena has heated up over the past few years. Google has now dropped the price tags on its Drive cloud storage very significantly, which is sure to drive up the competition.

By On March 15, 2014 Respond
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Doctors Testing Google Glass To Get Real-time Patient Data

Doctors Testing Google Glass To Get Real-time Patient Data

Although Google Glass is certainly not a best-selling gadget, vendors, software makers and consumers are very interested in it. And now, this glass has even made doctors interested to use it. What we have come to know that some doctors are testing Google Glass to get real-time patient data.

By On March 14, 2014 Respond
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Google Translate For Android Gets Support For 13 More Languages

Google Translate For Android Gets Support For 13 More Languages

Google Translate is an excellent app for the travelers who are frequently required to understand or communicate in different foreign languages. The Android version of the app has now received support with recognition of 13 more languages.

By On March 13, 2014 Respond
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