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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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Google Maps Get A New Look

Google Maps Get A New Look

A few days ago, we reported that Google may be coming up with a major visual and navigational revamp for Google Maps. As it turns out, the search giant did reveal an all new look of Maps at its I/O event. The new look gives more screen space to the Maps and presents information in a far more useful manner.

By On May 17, 2013 Respond
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Send Money As Gmail Attachment Through Google Wallet

Send Money As Gmail Attachment Through Google Wallet

Gmail is currently the most widely-used email service around the globe. Google has also tried to push Google Wallet as a comprehensive financial tool for quite some time. Now, the company is enabling Wallet users to ‘attach’ money in their Gmail drafts and send this money to other contacts.

By On May 16, 2013 Respond
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Google Plus About To Undergo A Major Revamp

Google Plus About To Undergo A Major Revamp

Google Plus has been around for a while now but it has failed to gain much traction. The search giant now intends to launch a major revamp of the social network, offering some exciting new features. These details were revealed by Google at its recent I/O event.

By On May 16, 2013 Respond
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Google Barely Makes Any Major Announcements At I/O

Google Barely Makes Any Major Announcements At I/O

Google I/O is the key event where the company discusses its future plans and often unveils new offerings. However, this time, Google failed to stir the tech audience by making any major audience. Compared to sheer number of rumors of expected releases, the event turned out to be rather underwhelming.

By On May 16, 2013 Respond
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Larry Page Suffers From Vocal-Cord Paralysis, Officially Confirmed

Larry Page Suffers From Vocal-Cord Paralysis, Officially Confirmed

For long, doubts have been casted on Google CEO, Larry Page’s health. In the past, Page has taken long leaves from his work on the pretext of health issues. Recently, he has revealed that it’s nothing serious and that he simply suffers from vocal-cord paralysis.

By On May 15, 2013 Respond
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Nexus Q Not Re-Appearing At Google I/O 2013

Nexus Q Not Re-Appearing At Google I/O 2013

The 3-day Google I/O 2013 annual developer conference is starting tomorrow. It was thought that Google will present its Android-powered social media streaming player Nexus Q at this year’s I/O developer conference once again. But Nexus Q won’t be making another appearance at this year’s Google I/O.

By On May 14, 2013 Respond
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Purported Images Of A White Nexus 4 Spotted

Purported Images Of A White Nexus 4 Spotted

Seems a white version of Nexus 4 could debut at Google I/O 2013. We got to see the device from Ervin Sue, who posted images of the device on Google+. He posted some pictures of a white Nexus 4 that he claimed to have bought from a “local buy and sell website”.

By On May 14, 2013 Respond
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