Google Glass Owners Can Now Invite A Friend To The Explorer Program

Google Glass Owners Can Now Invite A Friend To The Explorer Program

Google has finally kickstarted what seems to be an active marketing campaign, meant to expand the scope of Google Glass. The search giant has now sent out exclusive emails to the owners of Google Glass Explorer Edition, offering that they can invite one friend to buy a Google Glass prototype.

By On July 31, 2013 Respond
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Google Launches Zagat Guide, Covering Restaurants In Nine Cities

Google Launches Zagat Guide, Covering Restaurants In Nine Cities

Back in 2011, Google surprised many when it purchased the restaurant guide, Zagat. However, it would now appear that the search giant was revamping the guide, incorporating Maps and other services within in. And now, Google has launched a Zagat guide of its own, initially covering restaurants in nine cities only.

By On July 30, 2013 Respond
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Moto X Packs Magic Glass, Laminated Aluminum Structure And Dual LTE MIMO Smart Antennas

Moto X Packs Magic Glass, Laminated Aluminum Structure And Dual LTE MIMO Smart Antennas

We’ve seen Moto X camera app being leaked that showed Motorola’s new camera user interface and swipe gestures in action. Now we have some press shots from Taylor Wimberly, formerly of Android and Me, which show some more unannounced features of Moto X. Wimberly shared the photos on his Google+ page.

By On July 28, 2013 Respond
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New Google Nexus 7 Gets High Repairability Score From iFixIt, It’s A 7 Too!

New Google Nexus 7 Gets High Repairability Score From iFixIt, It’s A 7 Too!

iFixIt is popularly known for tearing down new devices and then discerning how repairable they are. Google recently launched second-gen Nexus 7 and before long, the iFixIt team got its hands on the tablet and opened it down to the very bits. Apparently, the new slate has earned a high repairability score from the team.

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Support For 4K Resolution Found In Android 4.3 Source Code

Support For 4K Resolution Found In Android 4.3 Source Code

Android currently offers support for a wide range of display resolutions, letting developers run their apps on both low-resolution as well as high-resolution displays. Now, it has been found that the source code of Android 4.3 supports the ultra-high 4K resolution.

By On July 27, 2013 Respond
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The New Nexus 7 Available In Google’s US Play Store

The New Nexus 7 Available In Google’s US Play Store

The new Nexus 7 is now available for pre-order at Google Play Store in the U.S. The Nexus 7 is the first device to get the new version of Android 4.3 (Jelly Bean) operating system.

By On July 27, 2013 1 Response
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T-Mobile Compatible Moto X Appears In FCC Documents

T-Mobile Compatible Moto X Appears In FCC Documents

Every handset that is supposed to appear in the market has to get the green signal from FCC. Apparently, the much-awaited Moto X has now been approved by the regulatory authority. Interestingly enough, FCC documents reveal that the specific Moto X model it has approved is compatible with T-Mobile.

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Google Pulls Back Bonus Netflix Offer For Chromecast

Google Pulls Back Bonus Netflix Offer For Chromecast

Google launched its tiny video-streaming dongle, Chromecast, on July 25th. Together with the dongle, Google was offering a 90-day free Netflix access, as part of the promotions. However, the company has now cancelled that offer due to the ‘overwhelming demand’ of Chromecast.

By On July 27, 2013 Respond
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Google Spent $966 Million To Buy Waze

Google Spent $966 Million To Buy Waze

In June, Internet search giant Google decided to purchase online mapping service Waze, but unfortunately the company couldn’t complete the deal. And now Google says that it has paid $966 million to buy Waze.

By On July 26, 2013 Respond
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31 San Francisco Parks Get Free Wi-Fi, Courtesy Of Google’s $600K Gift

31 San Francisco Parks Get Free Wi-Fi, Courtesy Of Google’s $600K Gift

Google has made a rather generous gift of $600,000, spending the money to bring absolutely free Wi-Fi to some 31 locations in San Francisco. These locations include parks, recreation centers and playgrounds. Thanks to the search giant’s endeavor, people in these locations will be able to enjoy free internet access for up to two years.

By On July 25, 2013 Respond
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Nexus 7 First To Get Android 4.3, Coming On July 30 From $229

Nexus 7 First To Get Android 4.3, Coming On July 30 From $229

The new Nexus 7 tablet is already available for pre-order. The Nexus 7 tablet is running Android 4.3 (Jelly Bean) operating system, and is the first device to get the new version of Android. Android 4.3 has been announced yesterday at Google’s special event in San Francisco. The new Android will also be coming to other Google Nexus devices.

By On July 25, 2013 Respond
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Google Unveils Tiny Low-Cost TV Dongle — Chromecast

Google Unveils Tiny Low-Cost TV Dongle — Chromecast

In the past, Google has made frequent attempts to gain a foothold into consumers’ drawing rooms through their TV sets. However, so far, the search giant has failed miserably. Now, the company has launched a new low-cost TV dongle called ‘Chromecast’ which can stream content from a plethora of devices.

By On July 25, 2013 Respond
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Moto X’s Camera User Interface And Swipe Gestures Leaks

Moto X’s Camera User Interface And Swipe Gestures Leaks

We found Moto X’s camera user interface spotted in the leaked picture. Some new image posted by Android Police shows screen captures that reportedly show Motorola’s new camera software in action.

By On July 24, 2013 Respond
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Google Accounts For 25% Of North American Internet Traffic

Google Accounts For 25% Of North American Internet Traffic

Google is considered the undisputed champion of the web. The company has a huge online presence, offering a multitude of wildly popular products and maintaining the search engine as the backbone of this strength. It has now been revealed that Google accounts for a whopping 25% of all the internet traffic generated from North America.

By On July 23, 2013 Respond
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Google Makes Spam Official With Gmail Redesign!

Google Makes Spam Official With Gmail Redesign!

Google recently rolled out a redesign for the mobile as well as the web version of Gmail inbox. The new design makes it really convenient for users to organize mail neatly. However, with the introduction of the new ‘Promotions’ tab, Google has also started dishing out ads to the users, a practice which borders on online spam.

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