Google is said to be working to introduce wireless networks for countries in sub-Saharan Africa and Southeast Asia via airborne balloons and blimps.
While some map solutions might have a reputation for inaccuracy, Google Maps seems to be a pretty solid choice when it comes to getting up-to-date maps.
Check out how you can update your Chrome browser now to enable Google Now style voice search.
Google has now changed its stance on the whole “loaning” part of its Google Glasses policy.
Google Wallet is now available on more smartphones including the HTC One and Galaxy S4 on Sprint. Google has also announced that they are integrating Google Wallet with Gmail.
This year’s Google I/O keynote didn’t see hardly any hardware announcements, but it does mark the unveiling of the Samsung Galaxy S4 “Google Edition”.
The 2013 Google I/O conference begins in a few hours and we are taking a look at what all things are expected to be shown off at the event.
An interesting new video takes a look at some of the potential future uses for Google Glass. What do you hope to see Glass do in the not-too-distant future?
Caesars Palace in Las Vegas has officially confirmed that Google Glass will not be permitted, at least for those that are gambling.
Google Glass is now arrived in the hands of developers and early adopters, with a wider commercial release expected in about a year.
When does Google see the product becoming a true consumer item? According to Eric Schmidt, about a year from now.
Google’s terms of service regarding the use of the Google Glasses suggest that the developers won’t be allowed to resell or loan the device without the company’s permission.
In an economic forum in Tokyo, Android-co-founder Andy Rubin said, “The exact same platform, the exact same operating system we built for cameras, that became Android for cellphones.”
Google Play is now offering covers for the Nexus 10 in two colors, grey or scarlet (which is really more of an orange it looks like).
It’s no secret that Google is working on unifying it’s chat and message services in to something called Babel, and the Play Store could really do with a spit and shine, so it’s hardly surprising to see leaks appearing online showing both. Starting with Babel, some users are claiming that a message appears when deleting […]
A quick check of the calendar confirms that we are well past April 1st for this Google/WhatsApp Rumour to be an April Fools! So what exactly is going on? According to sources close to WhatsApp, Google has approached the team to sell the popular all in one messaging service to the search giant, however WhatsApp […]
We are taking a look at why the newly released Home app is good for both Facebook and Google, and why Apple comes into the picture.
If you’re an Android app developer, Google has a very handy tool for you called Android Dashboard. The tool has been around for a number of years already and is designed to help developers target their apps based on the active users using a certain Android version. Originally the statistical data collected by Android dashboard […]
Google Apps users can now use the Quickoffice app for editing Microsoft Office documents on iPhone and Android as well, and it’s available for free.
Yes, some designs and tech may have been “borrowed” from competitors, but all this legal action is getting way out of hand. And so, Google is taking a stand against all this suing and counter-suing by taking what it calls the Open Patent Non-Assertion Pledge.
According to a new report, one of the reasons that Google Reader is being shutdown could have to do with potential compliance and privacy issues.
Sources close to Google are reporting that the search giant is currently working on an Android powered smart-watch to rival Samsung and Apple.
Come July 1st Google Reader is jumping ship, leaving you behind. With that in mind, we take a look at many of the Google Reader alternatives out there.
Many aren’t too keen on the purported name for Google’s rumored integrated chat system, but there is no denying that Google Babble is simply a great idea. If you use Google’s various chat services — which include Hangouts, Messenger, Google Voice or Google Drive’s chat function — you might find incompatibility between the services quite annoying. Luckily […]
This could be slowly changing, because there is a rumor that the upcoming Google Nexus 5 flagship Android smartphone will boast some camera technology coming by way of Nikon.
Are you worried that with all those pairs of Google Glasses heading to the high streets of every major city you will no longer be able to pick your nose in public without it being posted to Facebook? Scared that your friend will record your every word to blackmail you? Or do you just not […]
It’s a scientific research company that was founded last year by professor Geoffrey Hinton from the University of Toronto, along with graduate students Alex Krizhevsky and Ilya Sutskever. Their research is focused on the understanding of “deep neural networks”
While the LG Nexus 4 is now becoming a bit easier to get ahold of, its accessories aren’t. The Google Nexus 4 official bumper has sold rather briskly every time stock has come in, and now it looks like Google is discontinuing the accessory altogether. The listing on Google Play for the bumper now shows […]
It looks like Google isn’t just giving the axe to Google Reader, but to ad-blocking applications as well.
Yesterday Google apparently decided that they wanted to piss off a bunch of folks by announcing the death of Google Reader. Now a petition aims to save it.
Fancy a pair of Google Glasses but don’t fancy spending $1500? Then Italian based start-up Glass UP many have something for you. Costing just $299, the Glass Up glasses promise to bring users of iOS, Android and even Windows Phone 8 operating systems similar features as Google’s devices but in a much less stylish package. […]
The official Nexus 7 Pogo pin dock was available in the Play Store, and it is already sold out.
Google has been making a push for their Glasses with models, videos, and a whole lot of Sergey Brin.