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Google I/O 2013 Event Schedule Announced, Registration Opening In February

Google I/O 2013 Event Schedule Announced, Registration Opening In February

Google announced on December 4 (Tuesday) through its Twitter account that the company’s next I/O conference, one of the most hotly anticipated tech conferences that occurs each year, will take place for three days next year – from May 15 to May 17. Registration will open sometime in early 2013.

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Seven Months Since Its Launch, Google’s Knowledge Graph Grows Three Times In Size

Seven Months Since Its Launch, Google’s Knowledge Graph Grows Three Times In Size

When Google first launched its Knowledge Graph, it was fairly exciting for the users. This new feature promised to deliver more accurate results, factually and syntactically. Less than seven months later, the Knowledge Graph has been able to grow three times in size.

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Google Protests Over Publishers’ Demands To Pay For Google News Content

Google Protests Over Publishers’ Demands To Pay For Google News Content

Google News is, at best, a news aggregation hub which only gives brief previews of news from many different publishers. However, certain people in France and Germany apparently want that Google must pay these publishers in question, and are trying to push legislation to that end.

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[Tutorial] How To Share Large Files From Gmail Using Google Drive

[Tutorial] How To Share Large Files From Gmail Using Google Drive

Few days ago, Google made a change inside Gmail allowing its users to attach files inside their emails with size up to 10 GB. If you are still unfamiliar with this new feature, in this tutorial, we will show you where to find this new feature inside your Gmail account, and how to use it.

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Low-End Asus Jelly Bean Tablet Spotted In Benchmarks

Low-End Asus Jelly Bean Tablet Spotted In Benchmarks

Benchmarks posted online are often a popular source of discerning the upcoming devices. A new Asus tablet has been spotted at GLBenchmarks recently. From the hardware details divulged by the benchmarks, it is a relatively low-end tablet. From the specs experts are speculating it to be cheaper Nexus 7, without the Google branding.

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ABI Research: iPad Loses 14% Market Share To Android

ABI Research: iPad Loses 14% Market Share To Android

When Apple had been doing great business with its iPad, Android had been rapidly grabbing the market through a variety of tablets. Due to increase in Android tablet market share, iPad market share has decreased recently. ABI Research has rang the bell in a new report.

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Google Acquires Candian Parcel Pickup Kiosk Provider BufferBox

Google Acquires Candian Parcel Pickup Kiosk Provider BufferBox

Canadian startup BufferBox started its journey in 2010. It is specialized in providing users with temporary lockers to receive delivery of packages from online e-commerce retailers. On November 30, Ontario-based BufferBox announced that tech giant Google had acquired it.

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Google And Twitter Offer Speak2Tweet Voicemail Service For Syrian Users

Google And Twitter Offer Speak2Tweet Voicemail Service For Syrian Users

We reported earlier today that Syria has been under a nation-wide internet blackout, probably a stint pulled off by the Syrian regime. Even landline and mobile phone connections seem to have been blocked in the country. Still, for Syrian users who have a voice connection, Google and Twitter have offered an excellent service.

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Hacker Uses DNS Poisoning To Redirect Google’s Romanian Website

Hacker Uses DNS Poisoning To Redirect Google’s Romanian Website

DNS poisoning is a fairly well-known and popular technique which is used to change the entries in the routing tables of the domain name system. Apparently by making use of this technique, an Algerian hacker was able to redirect users visiting Romanian websites of Google, Yahoo, PayPal, Microsoft and others to his own page.

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Bing Launches ‘Don’t Get Scroogled’ Campaign Against Google

Bing Launches ‘Don’t Get Scroogled’ Campaign Against Google

Remember the character ‘Scrooge’ from Charles Dickens’s “A Christmas Carol”? Apparently, the folks over at Microsoft have decided that it is apt to give Google a similar title, and have thus launched a website named Scroogled.com to reveal the allegedly dishonest practices of the search giant.

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Google Plans 12.85-Inch Touch Chromebook

Google Plans 12.85-Inch Touch Chromebook

Google has long vowed its commitment to the Chrome OS, even when its Chromebook line hasn’t gained much traction. The company continue to dish out new devices in the Chrome lineup, and reports have suggested that it may be readying a 12.85-inch touch-enabled Chrome notebook.

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Fake Press Release Saying Google Bought ICOA Gave A Stock Price Spike To The Latter

Fake Press Release Saying Google Bought ICOA Gave A Stock Price Spike To The Latter

On November 26, a press release was floating around and claimed that Google had bought Wi-Fi hotspot provider ICOA for $400 million dollars. The news resulted in a sudden spike in ICOA’s share prices. But the news was later found to be bogus.

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Google Uses Atomic Clocks To Synchronize Its Global Spanner Database

Google Uses Atomic Clocks To Synchronize Its Global Spanner Database

Ever imagined how Google is able to store and sync the immense amounts of data that is generated by its millions of users? The company makes use of atomic clocks collectively with Spanner database to sync the time between all data centers.

By On November 27, 2012 Respond
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No Discount For Google Nexus 7 Tablets On Cyber Monday

No Discount For Google Nexus 7 Tablets On Cyber Monday

Google has confirmed that there will be no discount on Nexus 7 tablets, as they are already being available at discounted price.

By On November 26, 2012 Respond
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ITU’s Upcoming Internet Treaty Conference Opposed by European Parliament

ITU’s Upcoming Internet Treaty Conference Opposed by European Parliament

We recently reported that Google has launched a page criticizing the efforts of International Telecommunications Union (ITU) to give the governments a greater control over internet. Members of the European Parliament have cited similar concerns now.

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