New Android Malware Can Bug Your Handsets, Dial Premium Numbers

New Android Malware Can Bug Your Handsets, Dial Premium Numbers

With each passing day, malware directed towards Android users grows more and more sophisticated. Fresh discoveries have uncovered such malware which can bug your handset and even dial premium numbers from it.

By On December 11, 2013 Respond
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Google Glass Gets Unofficial WordPress Plugin Called ‘wpForGlass’

Google Glass Gets Unofficial WordPress Plugin Called ‘wpForGlass’

Google Glass is certainly not a best-selling gadget as of yet, given its very limited availability. But vendors, software makers and consumers are very interested in it. PR firm, Weber Shandwick, has now released a WordPress plugin for Glass called ‘wpForGlass.’

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WhatsApp Conversations Stolen By Malicious Android Gaming App

WhatsApp Conversations Stolen By Malicious Android Gaming App

Google has recently identified an Android gaming app on its Play store which is potentially malicious and steals the users’ WhatsApp conversations. The app has been removed from the Play store.

By On December 9, 2013 Respond
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Google Says 91.4% Of Gmail’s Non-Spam Emails Are Authenticated Now

Google Says 91.4% Of Gmail’s Non-Spam Emails Are Authenticated Now

Phishing emails used to a prominent nuisance on the internet, being the key part of online mass cons. Google has been actively working to curb such mails and the company has now revealed that 91.4% of its non-spam emails are authenticated.

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Moto G Components Cost $123, Leaves Google Less Than 5% Profit Margin

Moto G Components Cost $123, Leaves Google Less Than 5% Profit Margin

Google has astonished the smartphone industry with its $199 offering, the 4.5-inch Moto G. TechInsights has now calculated that Moto G components cost nearly $123, leaving Google a tiny margin of less than 5%.

By On December 8, 2013 Respond
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Google Wallet For iOS Updated, Add Credit Cards Simply By Snapping Pictures

Google Wallet For iOS Updated, Add Credit Cards Simply By Snapping Pictures

Google has updated its official Google Wallet app for iOS devices. The company has added a cool new feature which allows users to add new credit cards simply by snapping their pictures using an iPhone camera.

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Google May Beat Amazon’s Drones With Its Self-Driving Cars

Google May Beat Amazon’s Drones With Its Self-Driving Cars

The social media has been abuzz with Amazon’s plans of launching delivery drones and the subsequent statement by UPS citing a similar plan. However, Google may beat them both by using it’s self-driving cars.

By On December 6, 2013 Respond
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Updated Google Trends Offers Topic Predictions And Groups Searches In 7 Countries

Updated Google Trends Offers Topic Predictions And Groups Searches In 7 Countries

Google Trends shows how often a particular search-term is entered relative to the total search-volume across various regions of the world, and in various languages. Lately Google has updated its Google Trends service. Now, Google Trends offers topic predictions and groups searches for 700,000 topics in 7 countries.

By On December 5, 2013 Respond
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2 Million Facebook, Twitter, Google And ADP Passwords Stolen By Botnet

2 Million Facebook, Twitter, Google And ADP Passwords Stolen By Botnet

Most major tech companies such as Facebook and Twitter pride themselves in the advanced security features of their sites. Despite these, a botnet was recently able to nick away some 2 million passwords of Facebook, Google, Twitter and ADP accounts.

By On December 5, 2013 Respond
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Google Testing Fleet Of Humanoid Robots For Various Purposes

Google Testing Fleet Of Humanoid Robots For Various Purposes

If Amazon plans to deliver packages via drones, how far behind can Google be? Earlier we have seen Google materializing many of its projects like Google Glass, autonomous car or Project Loon. And now the company has said it’s testing a whole fleet of humanoid robots for various purposes.

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Android’s Strange List Of 1400 Banished Words Revealed

Android’s Strange List Of 1400 Banished Words Revealed

Many of us use Android’s Google Keyboard to speed up all that typing on our handsets. However, it has now been revealed that autocomplete feature of Google Keyboard filters out 1400 select words when suggesting autocomplete options.

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Google Launches Tens Of Black Friday Deals Under ‘Cyber Weekend’

Google Launches Tens Of Black Friday Deals Under ‘Cyber Weekend’

With the Black Friday here, Google has decided to sweeten your entire weekned by launching what it is calling the ‘Cyber Weekend.’ Listed below are some of the best deals you can enjoy from Google before the weekend expires.

By On December 1, 2013 Respond
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Google Want All Of Its Employees To Use Mac Machines, Not Even Chromebook

Google Want All Of Its Employees To Use Mac Machines, Not Even Chromebook

In today’s world of multiple computing platforms, competitors usually tend to diss each other’s products. Not in the case of Google, apparently, which requires all of its employees to use Apple’s Mac machines.

By On November 29, 2013 1 Response
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YouTube App Code Hints At Ad-Free ‘Music Pass’ Streaming Service

YouTube App Code Hints At Ad-Free ‘Music Pass’ Streaming Service

YouTube is currently the largest video-sharing site online. A look into the code of the recent YouTube app for Android hints that YouTube is preparing a subscription-based music service.

By On November 28, 2013 Respond
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Hackers Reveals Vulnerability In Gmail Password Reset System

Hackers Reveals Vulnerability In Gmail Password Reset System

A hacker has discovered a critical vulnerability in Gmail password reset system, enabling him to nick away Gmail passwords through simple spear-phishing attacks.

By On November 27, 2013 Respond
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