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Google Testing A New Proxy Feature To Speed Up Chrome In Android

Google Testing A New Proxy Feature To Speed Up Chrome In Android

A number of browser offer a specialized mobile version of their browser which is specially developed to enable faster surfing speeds. Google is trying to bring ‘Chrome for Android’ in that league by testing out a new proxy feature.

By On March 3, 2013 Respond
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Google Launch Play Gift Cards In UK

Google Launch Play Gift Cards In UK

Google finally launch Google Play gift cards in United Kingdom. You can find in Google Play Support page listing as available in £10, £25 or £50 denominations. If you sign in to your Google Wallet you will find your Google Play balance is at zero and you can recharge your balance up with a Gift Card.

By On March 3, 2013 Respond
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JetBlue Explores Google Glass Application In Airport Travel

JetBlue Explores Google Glass Application In Airport Travel

To notch up the excitement surrounding the Google Glass project, the search giant recently launched a contest, asking people to suggest ideas as to how people may use the device in their everyday lives. JetBlue, the airline, came up with an interesting integration of Google Glass in Airport travel.

By On March 3, 2013 Respond
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Zopfli – A New Compression Algorithm By Google Will Make Internet Faster

Zopfli – A New Compression Algorithm By Google Will Make Internet Faster

Google has released a new open-source data compression algorithm dubbed ‘Zobfli.’ The name is inspired from a Swiss bread recipe, also called Zobfli. The search giant hopes that with this new algorithm, data transfer speeds across the web can be significantly bolstered.

By On March 2, 2013 Respond
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Google May Adopt Simpler, Grid-Like Navigation Design For Its Home Page

Google May Adopt Simpler, Grid-Like Navigation Design For Its Home Page

Many of us have seen that pestering navigation bar that sits atop the Google home page and is fraught with the endless services Google offers. Granted, Google’s home page has always remained super-clean but that bar seems at odds with it. Now, Google may be planning to change this by introducing a tiny grid in its place, taking a leaf from Chrome OS.

By On March 1, 2013 Respond
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Google Chromebook Pixel

Google Chromebook Pixel

The 12.85-inch Chromebook Pixel is touted to have the highest pixel density found in any laptop to date. The screen features 2560 x 1700 at 239 ppi and with a 3:2 photographic format that’s designed for 178° extra-wide viewing angle. The other hardware features Intel Core i5 processor, 4GB DDR3 RAM and Intel HD Graphics […]

By On February 27, 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 Docs Blocked By University Of Oxford Over Phishing Attacks

Google Docs Blocked By University Of Oxford Over Phishing Attacks

Phishing attacks typically involve luring a user into clicking a nefarious link or persuading him/her to fill up an unknown form which essentially provides the attacker with the user’s personal credentials. Attackers have repeatedly used Google Docs in perpetuating such phishing attacks targeted at University of Oxford. This forced the university to block the service altogether.

By On February 19, 2013 Respond
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