YouTube App Code Hints At Ad-Free ‘Music Pass’ Streaming Service

YouTube App Code Hints At Ad-Free ‘Music Pass’ Streaming Service

YouTube is currently the largest video-sharing site online. A look into the code of the recent YouTube app for Android hints that YouTube is preparing a subscription-based music service.

By On November 28, 2013 Respond
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Hackers Reveals Vulnerability In Gmail Password Reset System

Hackers Reveals Vulnerability In Gmail Password Reset System

A hacker has discovered a critical vulnerability in Gmail password reset system, enabling him to nick away Gmail passwords through simple spear-phishing attacks.

By On November 27, 2013 Respond
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Google Offers Nexus 7 Holiday Deal: Free Shipping, $25 Play Store Credit

Google Offers Nexus 7 Holiday Deal: Free Shipping, $25 Play Store Credit

Gearing up for the holiday season which is just around the corner, Google has unveiled a ‘holiday special’ deal for Nexus 7. Upon purchasing the tablet, you get free shipping as well as a $25 Google Play gift card.

By On November 27, 2013 Respond
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Google Glass Mirror API Is Now Accessible For All Developers

Google Glass Mirror API Is Now Accessible For All Developers

Google has been opening up the development platform for its Glass devices gradually. While the Google Glass Mirror API was available only to whitelisted developers until now, Google has now announced that any developer interested in Glass-related apps can now access it.

By On November 26, 2013 Respond
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Google Brings Voice Commands To Chromebooks

Google Brings Voice Commands To Chromebooks

Google has recently focused on enabling voice-based search and other functionality on mobile devices. Now, the company is apparently preparing a similar funtionality for Chromebooks. The latest Chrome OS developer release comes with the ability to make a few rudimentary voice commands.

By On November 22, 2013 Respond
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You Can Now Get A Physical, Prepaid Debit Card For Your Google Wallet

You Can Now Get A Physical, Prepaid Debit Card For Your Google Wallet

Google Wallet has long been a virtual tool which has received praise from many but hasn’t exactly gained a lot of traction. Despite the fact that it hasn’t been mentioned in any news for a while now, Wallet is alive and kicking. Google has now started offering a prepaid debit card to go with it.

By On November 22, 2013 Respond
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Microsoft Launches Anti-Google Mugs, Hats And T-Shirts

Microsoft Launches Anti-Google Mugs, Hats And T-Shirts

It is no secret that Google and Microsoft don’t exactly get along well. In recent months, Microsoft has notched up the rivalry by launching an anti-Google campaign. As part of this campaign, the Redmond-based company has now unveiled a wide range of anti-Google hats, mugs, t-shirts and hoodies at its online store.

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Google Glass Can Now Translate Any Foreign Signs You See With It

Google Glass Can Now Translate Any Foreign Signs You See With It

Over the last few years, we have seen a number of apps which let you snap shots of a foreign text with a smartphone or tablet and then translate it to whatever language you prefer. This functionality has finally landed on Google Glass, thanks to the Word Lens team.

By On November 21, 2013 Respond
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Unconfirmed Images Of Upcoming Nexus 10 Slate Leak To The Web

Unconfirmed Images Of Upcoming Nexus 10 Slate Leak To The Web

Google recently came out with Nexus 5, a new handset it created in collaboration with LG. Now, rumors have it that the search giant is readying a next-generation Nexus 10 model, purported images of which have leaked on to the web. These images claim that the upcoming Nexus 10 will cost $480.

By On November 19, 2013 Respond
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Google Maps Show Dead Body Of A Boy Murdered In 2009

Google Maps Show Dead Body Of A Boy Murdered In 2009

Google Maps tend to overlook the private details of different images, which is why Google is often in trouble for breaching people’s privacy when uploading these satellite images. Jose Barrera has now asked Google to take down an image which shows the dead body of his 14-year-old son who was murdered back in 2009.

By On November 19, 2013 Respond
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Google Maps Reveal Region-Wise And Global Deforestation Rates

Google Maps Reveal Region-Wise And Global Deforestation Rates

Forests are a critically important part of our planet. They are not only the habitat of countless species, they also help in preserving the natural balance of our atmosphere. But over the past few years, deforestation has escalated at a nightmarish pace. Google Maps now provide detailed breakdown of such deforestation around the globe.

By On November 19, 2013 Respond
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10 Awesome ‘Ok Google’ Uses For Google Now Apps In Android & iOS

10 Awesome ‘Ok Google’ Uses For Google Now Apps In Android & iOS

Apple caused a revolution in the arena of voice-based commands when it unveiled Siri. Since then, other tech giants have been trying to catch up. The new Google Now app has finally matched the competition by offering quality voice-based assistance on Android. Below are 10 awesome things you can get Google Now to do for you.

By On November 18, 2013 Respond
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‘Pinkie Pie’ Hacks Into Chrome For Nexus 4 And Samsung Galaxy S4

‘Pinkie Pie’ Hacks Into Chrome For Nexus 4 And Samsung Galaxy S4

A number of companies keep holding hackathons so that they can find vulnerabilities in popularly used software and hardware. Recently, in such a hacking contest, a hacker by the nick of ‘Pinkie Pie’ was able to hack into Chrome browser for Nexus 4 and Samsung Galaxy S4.

By On November 15, 2013 Respond
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Google Updates Gmail For iOS App, Offers Full Screen Portrait View

Google Updates Gmail For iOS App, Offers Full Screen Portrait View

Google has just dished out an update for its Gmail for iOS app. While the app carries a number of visual improvements for both iPad and iPhone, iOS tablet users stand to gain more from it. The new app offers full-screen portrait view for iPad users, allowing you to navigate between Gmail folders and multiple accounts with perfect ease.

By On November 15, 2013 Respond
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Google Chrome 32 Beta Arrives With Indicators For Audio Tabs, Webcam Use And TV Casting

Google Chrome 32 Beta Arrives With Indicators For Audio Tabs, Webcam Use And TV Casting

It has often happened to many of us that right in the middle of some intensive online work, one of the countless Chrome tabs suddenly goes audio and we have a really hard time trying to find it. Google has finally resolved the issue by pushing out indicators for audio, web-cam using and TV-casting tabs in Chrome 32 Beta.

By On November 12, 2013 Respond
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