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iOS Users Finally Get ‘Send To TV’ Option On YouTube App

iOS Users Finally Get ‘Send To TV’ Option On YouTube App

Android users have been enjoying an exclusive feature, namely ‘Send to TV’ on their YouTube apps for quite some time. After a wait of months, Google has finally updated the YouTube app for iOS users, offering the same feature.

By On March 1, 2013 Respond
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Google Planning To Launch Paid And Non-Paid Streaming Music Service

Google Planning To Launch Paid And Non-Paid Streaming Music Service

Search giant Google first introduced its Music service in 2011, offering to store a user’s music collection in the cloud and stream it to their devices, and later merged that service into Google Play, the digital marketplace for the company’s Android devices. Now it seems like, Google has more plans to expand its music service. Financial Times has reported that Google is in negotiations with major music publishers to develop a Spotify-esque subscription-based streaming music service for its Android operating system.

By On February 24, 2013 Respond
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Google Glass Will Be Compatible With iPhone, Full Functionality Not Known Yet

Google Glass Will Be Compatible With iPhone, Full Functionality Not Known Yet

We have already covered a lot about Google Glasses, the augmented reality heads-up display. One thing that was particularly been sitting on the corner was device compatibility. Yeah, it will definitely be compatible with Android, but what about iOS? Thankfully, iPhone users won’t be out of the radar either.

By On February 24, 2013 Respond
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Google Released Chrome 25, Fixes Total 22 Flaws

Google Released Chrome 25, Fixes Total 22 Flaws

Earlier, we reported that search giant Google’s web browser Chrome 25 will arrive with SSL search encryption by default. The good news is the search giant has released Chrome 25 last Thursday that fixes 22 vulnerabilities and many more.

By On February 24, 2013 Respond
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Google Is Working On QUIC, A Web Protocol Meant To Replace UDP

Google Is Working On QUIC, A Web Protocol Meant To Replace UDP

Google is essentially a web-based company. Nearly the entire plethora of services it offers require you to be browsing the web in one way or the other. So it is understandable that the search giant has been vying to find speedier web protocols. Francois Beaufort has now revealed that the company is currently working on a UDP-replacement, QUIC.

By On February 23, 2013 Respond
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Google Unveils $1,299 Chromebook Pixel With A Stunning Display

Google Unveils $1,299 Chromebook Pixel With A Stunning Display

Google has long been putting its weight behind the Chromebook line-up which essentially brings a unique web experience on very cheap and light-weight laptops. However, the search giant has taken a giant step forth by unveiling Chromebook Pixel, a premium machine equipped with high-end specs and priced at $1299.

By On February 22, 2013 1 Response
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Google Drive Starts Offering File Previews

Google Drive Starts Offering File Previews

Google Drive is used by a huge number of users. It is often meant to store an online copy of important documents so that they can be accessed easily from anywhere by logging in to the Google account. Now, the service has started offering file previews which essentially let you find the files you’re looking for more easily.

By On February 22, 2013 Respond
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Warby Parker May Help In Adding Some Style To Google Glass Frames

Warby Parker May Help In Adding Some Style To Google Glass Frames

Ever since Google unveiled its Project Glass, we have been catching frequent glimpses of the much-touted augmented reality glasses. However, many have cited concerns as to the practicality and suitability of wearing an odd-looking pair of glasses in public. Apparently to counter this, Google is trying to bring Warby Parker on board to add some style.

By On February 22, 2013 Respond
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Google Will Register Minimum Presence At MWC This Year

Google Will Register Minimum Presence At MWC This Year

The popular annual event of the wireless industry, Mobile World Congress (MWC) is just around the corner. Conventionally, Google has always been proactively present at the past MWC events. But this year, the search giant seems to have taken a break from all the Android branding.

By On February 20, 2013 Respond
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Google Now Widget In The Works, Support Page Reveals

Google Now Widget In The Works, Support Page Reveals

Google Now is currently a part of Google’s search app for the mobile devices. However, there are hints that the company is planning on dishing out an independent, stand-alone Google Now widget for Android users.

By On February 19, 2013 Respond
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Google May Open Retail Stores In Key US Cities This Year

Google May Open Retail Stores In Key US Cities This Year

It seems that opening up brand retail stores has become a growing trend by consumer tech companies; a profitable trend first started by Apple and then followed by Microsoft. Following that trend, a rumor is swirling that search giant Google is planning to open several retail stores in the United States by 2013.

By On February 17, 2013 Respond
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Google May Generate $5 Billion In Revenues From Tablet Ads During 2013

Google May Generate $5 Billion In Revenues From Tablet Ads During 2013

The landscape of the computing world has sharply changed in recent years. With the rise of tablets and decline in PC sales, advertisers as well as companies such as Google are now more interested in capturing the mobile platform. According to a report, Google is all set to bag an estimated $5 billion from its ads on tablets alone during the current year.

By On February 14, 2013 Respond
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Google May Pay Apple $1 Billion To Remain The Default Search Engine On iOS

Google May Pay Apple $1 Billion To Remain The Default Search Engine On iOS

Google and Apple are like a divorced couple who have been forced to continue to share the same house. Though we have seen them fighting each other at different times, they’re still reliant on each other. A recent news proves it well. Recently, investment firm Morgan Stanley has created a buzz by reporting that Google may pay Apple at least $1 billion next year to remain the default iOS search engine.

By On February 13, 2013 Respond
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Android 4.2.2 Spotted On Nexus Smartphones And Tablets

Android 4.2.2 Spotted On Nexus Smartphones And Tablets

We have been hearing that an Android 4.2.2 update is due to arrive this month. Recent rounds of rumors had pegged the expected date of release somewhere in February, 2013. Now, multiple reports cite that the update is starting to arrive on a number of Nexus devices.

By On February 13, 2013 Respond
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Google Taking Orders For Nexus 4 Wireless Charger

Google Taking Orders For Nexus 4 Wireless Charger

Last October when Google announced for the Nexus 4, it also said, ‘Google would be shipping a wireless charger soon for Nexus 4.” Finally Google has started taking orders for Nexus 4 wireless charging accessory. Now all Nexus 4 owners can order the wireless charging dock from Google Play.

By On February 12, 2013 Respond
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