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Google Rolls Out Gmail 4.5 For Android, With Multiple Tabs

Google Rolls Out Gmail 4.5 For Android, With Multiple Tabs

Google updated the desktop looks of its Gmail inbox a while ago. The new look of the Gmail for desktop offers a more sleek, clean and easy-to-use interface. After a lot of wait, Google has finally updated its Gmail app for Android, offering multiple tabs and and slide-out navigation features.

By On June 4, 2013 Respond
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Google Won’t Accept Any Facial Recognition Apps For Glass

Google Won’t Accept Any Facial Recognition Apps For Glass

When Google Glass was first unveiled, many of us were awed at the product. Glass serves as an excellent example of wearable computers. However, privacy concerns were cited by many since Glass comes with a camera. Google has now assured that we don’t have to worry about that.

By On June 2, 2013 1 Response
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Judge Says FBI Won’t Need Warrant To Access Google User Information

Judge Says FBI Won’t Need Warrant To Access Google User Information

In the recent past, FBI has devised National Security Letter (NSL), a document that allows the agency to force tech companies into divulging protected data. Google had lodged a request against 19 of such letters it received but a federal judge has now ruled that the company should comply with these letters.

By On June 2, 2013 1 Response
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Google Announces Two Mysterious Chrome Mobile Special Events In June

Google Announces Two Mysterious Chrome Mobile Special Events In June

Google is apparently gearing up for two significant announcements for the developer community in June. The company has recently posted two YouTube videos on its Developer website, with each of these videos hinting at a ‘Mobile Chrome special event’ due to take place in June.

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Gmail Is Getting Brand New Inbox Today That Puts You Back In Control [How-To Guide]

Gmail Is Getting Brand New Inbox Today That Puts You Back In Control [How-To Guide]

Email is very important part of our life now, but lets admit, its getting clutter day-by-day. There been lots of discussion, customization, apps, tools to make inbox less clutter, make it more useful. Today Google rolling out a new Inbox for Gmail, which in their language puts user back in control. So whats new this update have? And when and how you could get this new feature? We will try to answer all of those question below.

By On May 30, 2013 Respond
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LG Announces Nexus 4 White, Coming On May 29

LG Announces Nexus 4 White, Coming On May 29

There have been rumors for months that a white version of the Nexus 4 was in the pipeline, but so far nothing has been announced officially either by Google or LG. Today, LG has announced the Nexus 4 White.

By On May 28, 2013 Respond
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Google Intends To Add Galapagos Islands To Street View

Google Intends To Add Galapagos Islands To Street View

Galapagos islands feature a unique landscape that usually feels out of this world. That, and the creatures that inhabit the islands, was precisely what led Charles Darwin to coin his theory of evolution. Now, Google intends to add the Galapagos islands to Street View.

By On May 27, 2013 Respond
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Google Plans To Develop Wireless Networks In Developing Countries

Google Plans To Develop Wireless Networks In Developing Countries

More than half of world’s population doesn’t use internet. Most of this population is based in developing countries, where there is either no infrastructure to access internet or the populace, at large, simply can’t afford it. Google now intends to remedy it by aiding in the development of wireless networks in emerging markets.

By On May 27, 2013 Respond
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Microsoft Cooperates With Google Over Windows Phone YouTube App

Microsoft Cooperates With Google Over Windows Phone YouTube App

Microsoft and Google have been involved in a minor tussle over the YouTube app for Windows Phone. When Microsoft offered the app to its Windows Phone users, Google sent out a cease-and-desist letter to the company, citing that the app didn’t contain any advertisements. Apparently, Microsoft eventually decided to appease Google’s concerns.

By On May 24, 2013 1 Response
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Pulling The Skirt Down Around Google Glass Users – Must Or Not?

Pulling The Skirt Down Around Google Glass Users – Must Or Not?

Google Glass has fueled one of the leading privacy-related controversies of recent times. And, it is ,without a doubt, one of the most sought-after gadgets of 2013. While this augmented reality device has the capacity to give its users a hands-free experience as they surf the net, take pictures or record videos, it has many technology experts, non-users, and lawyers in a tizzy. We’re letting you decide whether or not it’s ‘a must’ to pull down our skirts around this product, as we try to hide ourselves away from its invasive features.

By On May 22, 2013 2 Responses
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Chinese Hackers Accessed Sensitive Information By Hacking Google: US Officials

Chinese Hackers Accessed Sensitive Information By Hacking Google: US Officials

Back in 2010, Google reported that Chinese hackers had been able to breach its systems. This triggered a very real concern from the U.S. government, leading to an investigation by FBI. Now, government officials have revealed that during the hack, Chinese hackers were able to access databases of highly sensitive information.

By On May 22, 2013 Respond
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Google And NASA Buy D-Wave Two Quantum Computer For AI Research

Google And NASA Buy D-Wave Two Quantum Computer For AI Research

Quantum computers have been around for a while. But due to their sheer sophistication as well as the hefty price tags, not many have been able to afford them. Now, Google and NASA have joined hands to buy a quantum computer D-Wave Two and install it at the Quantum Artificial Intelligence Lab.

By On May 20, 2013 Respond
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Congressmen Cite Privacy Concerns Over Google Glass

Congressmen Cite Privacy Concerns Over Google Glass

Google Glass has made many headlines as of late, being the coolest, new gadget in town. However, at the same time, many have cited concerns that Glass can easily be used to violate other’s privacy, especially at public places. Similar concerns have been voiced by members of the Congress now.

By On May 17, 2013 1 Response
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All Access: Google Gears Up For New Music Streaming Service

All Access: Google Gears Up For New Music Streaming Service

In the recent past, nearly all social media giants have tried their hands at digital music. From Twitter to Facebook, we’ve seen them all trying to get a pie of the digital music industry by launching their own services. Now, Google seems to be following in these footsteps with the announcement of All Access.

By On May 17, 2013 1 Response
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Google Introduces Smart Voice-Activated Search

Google Introduces Smart Voice-Activated Search

Google has been innovating and improving its search engine for a long while now. The company diligently adds new features to its search and that is the very reason why Google continues to be the top search engine. Now, the company is on the verge of enabling smart voice-activated search.

By On May 17, 2013 Respond
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