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Gmail For iOS Updated, Will Automatically Refresh Inbox Now

Gmail For iOS Updated, Will Automatically Refresh Inbox Now

Gmail for iOS hasn’t exactly been the smoothest of iOS apps until recently. Now, Google has dished out a significant update for the app, offering automatic inbox refreshing in the new version.

By On March 6, 2014 Respond
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Restaurant Menus Will Now Appear In U.S. Google Search Results

Restaurant Menus Will Now Appear In U.S. Google Search Results

Looking up a good enough restaurant can be a daunting task. You have to look at a whole lot of things before deciding that a given joint is good to go. Google has now made it easier by offering restaurant menus in search results.

By On March 3, 2014 Respond
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Nokia X Handset Hacked To Run Google Apps

Nokia X Handset Hacked To Run Google Apps

It has been only days since Nokia first unveiled its new Android line-up including the Nokia X handset. A user at the XDA-Developers forum was quick to hack the handset and run Google apps directly on it.

By On March 2, 2014 1 Response
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You Can Now Track Google’s Project Loon Balloons In Real Time

You Can Now Track Google’s Project Loon Balloons In Real Time

Remember the really cool initiative by Google which aimed to offer internet connectivity through air-borne balloons? Here are some great news: you can now track the balloons which are part of this project in real time.

By On March 2, 2014 Respond
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Gmail Starts Offering ‘Unsubscribe’ Link On Promotional Mails

Gmail Starts Offering ‘Unsubscribe’ Link On Promotional Mails

Getting promotional emails on Gmail is quite a nuisance. And it’s quite tough to rid them by unsubscribing. Google is now making it easy by offering the ‘unsubscribe’ link at the top of header fields in such marketing emails.

By On February 26, 2014 Respond
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Google Is Working On A WiFi App To Automatically Connect You To Wireless Hotspots

Google Is Working On A WiFi App To Automatically Connect You To Wireless Hotspots

When you walk into Starbucks, it takes you a while to figure out the WiFi, agree to certain terms and conditions and only then get internet access. Google is now readying a WiFi app that will automatically connect with free WiFi hotspots instantly.

By On February 23, 2014 Respond
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Google Shuts Down Bufferbox, Focuses Efforts On Google Shopping Express

Google Shuts Down Bufferbox, Focuses Efforts On Google Shopping Express

Google purchased Bufferbox, a startup offering shipping items to public lockers, back in 2012. Now the search giant is shutting down the service, integrating the Bufferbox team and technology into Google Shopping Express.

By On February 22, 2014 Respond
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Project Tango By Google Is A 3D Mapping Smartphone

Project Tango By Google Is A 3D Mapping Smartphone

Google has unveiled Project Tango, a smartphone prototype that is able to sense 3D motion thanks to a built-in chip sensor. The project is open to developers who can request prototype kits to be a part of the initiative.

By On February 21, 2014 Respond
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Google Will Stop Supporting Chromebooks After Four Years

Google Will Stop Supporting Chromebooks After Four Years

Google has divulged the details of its ‘Chrome OS End of Life Policy’ and that’s not good news for users of Chrome OS for Enterprise or Education. According to Google, it will stop supporting Chromebooks in these categories four years from their manufacturing date.

By On February 20, 2014 Respond
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World’s Largest Solar Farm In California Is Reportedly Hurting The Birds

World’s Largest Solar Farm In California Is Reportedly Hurting The Birds

Only days ago, the world’s largest solar farm became functional in the Mojave Desert in California. The plant has attracted a lot of praise as well as criticism from environmentalists who have cited that heat from the plant is killing and burning the birds in the area.

By On February 19, 2014 Respond
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Apple And Google Start Rejecting Submissions Of Flappy Bird Clones

Apple And Google Start Rejecting Submissions Of Flappy Bird Clones

Flappy Bird, the wildly popular game that rose to unprecedented success in no time, is gone. And it’s a ripe time for others to cash in on its fame. But Apple and Google have now started rejecting such app submissions which appear or are clones of Flappy Bird.

By On February 18, 2014 Respond
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Google Acquires SlickLogin On The Quest To Smarter Login Technologies

Google Acquires SlickLogin On The Quest To Smarter Login Technologies

Google has been working on trying to find viable security alternatives to passwords. The search giant has now acquired SlickLogin, which may be a step forward towards that goal. SlickLogin has a product that offers a sound-based login method.

By On February 17, 2014 Respond
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Google Will Block Unofficial Chrome Extensions On Windows From Version 33

Google Will Block Unofficial Chrome Extensions On Windows From Version 33

Google is aiming to limit the use of unofficial extensions on Chrome. The search giant has announced that from now onward, it will be blocking local Chrome extensions on Windows, starting from version 33 of the browser.

By On February 14, 2014 Respond
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Kaspersky Says There Are 10 Million Rogue Android Apps Out There

Kaspersky Says There Are 10 Million Rogue Android Apps Out There

Google has tried to significantly improve the security of its Google Play store in the last year or so. However, Kaspersky Labs has now warned that there are still 10 million possibly malicious Android apps out there.

By On February 10, 2014 Respond
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Google Announces $999 Videoconferencing ‘Chromebox For Meetings’

Google Announces $999 Videoconferencing ‘Chromebox For Meetings’

Google is steadily building a Chrome ecosystem in the PC arena. The company has now unveiled a Chromebox, equipped with everything needed for video conferences and meant for organizational meetings.

By On February 7, 2014 Respond
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