Inbox – Google’s New App For Email, Entirely Different From Gmail

Inbox – Google’s New App For Email, Entirely Different From Gmail

Google never fears to bring new thing. Lately, the company has unveiled Inbox, a new app for email for iOS, Android, and desktop web browsers. It is built by the folks who has created Gmail, but Google Inbox is entirely different from Gmail.

By On October 24, 2014 Respond
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Google Includes Yahoo And Outlook In Its New Update

Google Includes Yahoo And Outlook In Its New Update

Google is all psyched up about Android 5.0-Lollipop and they are already preparing all the apps to take the leap. Their latest change includes an updated Gmail app for android, which can handle both Yahoo and Outlook within itself.

By On October 22, 2014 Respond
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Want To Know How Google Fights Piracy In Search Results?

Want To Know How Google Fights Piracy In Search Results?

Google is the most popular thing to people for searching something over internet. Each day, the search giant receives millions of billions of questions, keywords and so on. However, one of the biggest things Google has to face is handling piracy. Recently in a blog post, Google has unveiled how it fights piracy in search results.

By On October 20, 2014 Respond
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Google To Offer Unlimited Drive Storage To Students And Teachers

Google To Offer Unlimited Drive Storage To Students And Teachers

Few months ago, Google launched Classroom, a free tool which helps teachers create and organize assignments, provide feedback to their students, and communicate with their classes. And now it seems like Google is in a very jolly mode. Now, Google has decided to offer students and teachers unlimited drive storage soon.

By On October 2, 2014 Respond
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FBI Not Happy With Apple And Google’s Encryption Policy

FBI Not Happy With Apple And Google’s Encryption Policy

Apple and Google have revealed that they will enable encryption by default on your smartphones and tablets. It means neither company will know your smartphone’s or tablet’s passcode. And this has made FBI very much disappointed as the agency will not be able to get any peoples’ data unless their data is stored in the cloud.

By On September 28, 2014 Respond
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Google Stops Forcing New Users To Make Google+ Account

Google Stops Forcing New Users To Make Google+ Account

Since 2012, whenever people used to create a new Google account, at the same time, they were forced to open a Google+ account too. But now, Google+ is no longer a requirement for creating a Google account.

By On September 22, 2014 Respond
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Google Acquires Online Polling Startup Polar To Help Improve Google+

Google Acquires Online Polling Startup Polar To Help Improve Google+

Polar is a highly graphical opinion poll service. The company has served over 1 billion polls over the last 8 months and it had 1.1 million active voters in September. However lately, search giant Google has announced that it has acquired Polar.

By On September 12, 2014 2 Responses
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Google Selling ‘Explorer Edition’ On The Play Store

Google Selling ‘Explorer Edition’ On The Play Store

Google Glass is one of the superb examples of modern science and wearable device. Since the very beginning, the Glass has attracted people and won their heart. Later, Google unveiled its Glass Explorer and sold to only U.S. residents. But now, anyone can buy the Explorer Edition Glass as it is available on the Pay Store.

By On September 7, 2014 Respond
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Google To Make Its Own Quantum Processors

Google To Make Its Own Quantum Processors

Google is a curious web search company with its hand in almost everything – from wearable devices to robots. The company already has access to a quantum computing device for artificial intelligence experiments. But now, Google has decided to make its own Quantum processors.

By On September 5, 2014 1 Response
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Google Maps Keeps Each Record Of Your Movement, Do You Know?

Google Maps Keeps Each Record Of Your Movement, Do You Know?

Google Maps is one of the most widely used mapping service applications people use. Often, people take help of Google Maps to go from one place to another. But do you know that Google Maps can keep each record of people’s movement?

By On August 19, 2014 Respond
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Google Ranking Websites With HTTPS Higher In Its Search Results

Google Ranking Websites With HTTPS Higher In Its Search Results

There are many websites that come with or without HTTPS (Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure). Lately, search giant Google has announced that it is giving HTTPS sites higher search rankings.

By On August 9, 2014 Respond
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Google Augmented Reality Game ‘Ingress’ Arrives On iOS Platform

Google Augmented Reality Game ‘Ingress’ Arrives On iOS Platform

Ingress is near-real time alternate reality multiplayer online GPS-dependent game created by Niantic lab in collaboration with Google. This augmented reality game was originally made for Android, but all on a sudden, it has officially found its way to Apple App Store without any official announcement from Google.

By On July 27, 2014 Respond
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Google Updated Google Drive, Simply Awesome

Google Updated Google Drive, Simply Awesome

A little more than two years have passed since Google Drive launched. At present, more than 190 million people are actively using the Google Drive to safely store and access their files on their phones, tablets, and computers. Such growth has inspired Google to offer more affordable storage plans and lately, Google has updated its Drive.

By On July 26, 2014 Respond
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Google Hangouts No Longer Require A Plugin For Chrome Users

Google Hangouts No Longer Require A Plugin For Chrome Users

If you are a regular user of Google’s video Hangouts service, you’ll be glad to know that the experience on desktop for this service is about to get a little more stable. Google has announced that Google Hangouts will no longer require a plugin for Chrome users.

By On June 28, 2014 Respond
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Google Cardboard: The Weirdest Thing At Google I/O 2014

Google Cardboard: The Weirdest Thing At Google I/O 2014

Each year at I/O, Google gives all of the developers in the audience a gift. Some years it’s a tablet while some years, it’s a laptop. But this year at I/O, Google has given the attendees a piece of cardboard! Actually it’s an app that lets Android users transform their phones into Virtual Reality headsets.

By On June 26, 2014 Respond
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