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Google is an Internet Search company with profits mainly derived from its AdWords advertising program. Google is also known for other high-profile web-related products such as Chrome, GMail, Google Docs or Google Map, and it has also made a very successful entry into the mobile handset market with its Android mobile operating system. The company was created in 1998 and went public in 2004. Google is one of the most visited site in the world.


European Parliament Passes Resolution To Break Up Google

11/27/2014, Earlier this week it was reported that the European Parliament was drafting a resolution which would express the idea that Google search should be unbundled from the various other businesses that Google conducts. The company was obviously not too pleased...

Androidify Yourself Ad, Now In Times Square

11/25/2014, Remember how we mentioned the new billboard that was unveiled at New York City’s Times Square more than a week ago? Well, that particular electronic billboard is the largest of its kind to date, where it is large enough to cover the whole city...

Google Fiber Pricing For Austin Revealed

11/25/2014, Google has just let the world in on its residential pricing plans in Austin, Texas, where they intend to roll out Gigabit Internet next month. The asking price? Google has set a $70 price tag each month, where local users would then be able to enjoy 100...

Chromecast Gets Comedy Central, Nickelodeon And More

11/25/2014, It has been a long time since Google’s $35 HDMI dongle was released and its performance has exceeded even Google’s expectations. Chromecast hooks up to a television through the HDMI port and then allows users to “cast” content to...

Google Risks Losing Spot As Default Search Engine On Safari

11/25/2014, A deal signed back in 2007 made Google the default search engine on iOS devices, and the latest extension of that deal is going to expire next year. This means that there’s a chance Google might end up losing this coveted spot in the Safari browser...

Mobile Chrome Users Hit The 400 Million Mark

11/25/2014, The Google Chrome browser has seen more than 300 million users enjoy the software to date, which is a massive jump from the previous year – we are talking about close to a ten fold increase. Well, half a dozen months down the road, Google executive...

Google Refuses To Blacklist Homepages Of ‘Pirate Sites’

11/24/2014, The MPAA, or Motion Picture Association of America, represents six of the major studios in Hollywood and it asked Google to remove homepages of countless “pirate sites” that offer links to pirated movies. Google refused the request for...

New Google Dashboard Let You See Which Devices Use Your Account

11/24/2014, Everything on an Android device is linked to a Google account. You need one just to be able to install apps on the device, other than that, it is also required for accessing various Google services. Even device backups are linked to the Google account. If...

Google Will Help You With Black Friday Shopping

11/24/2014, Black Friday 2014 is just around the corner which means its time to start looking out for some of the best deals on various items, including but not limited to gadgets and consumer electronics. Heading out to stores is as much of a Black Friday tradition...

Google Giving Away 1TB Drive Storage With Chromebook Purchases

11/21/2014, If you need a laptop just to send emails, chat, surf the web, type up some documents, you don’t have to spend thousands on an Ultrabook or a super heavy duty laptop. Instead you could always turn to Chromebooks which offers those functions. In fact come...

Nexus 6′s Encryption Found To Hamper Performance

11/21/2014, As you might have heard, Android 5.0 will see encryption enabled by default on Android phones. Prior to this, Google made encryption an option on Android devices, but with the recent Snowden reports and government surveillance, Google decided that the...

Photoshop Streaming Makes Its Way Onto Chrome

11/21/2014, While Chromebooks might be seen as really lightweight versions of laptops in the sense that they can’t really run heavy duty software, things have definitely changed over the years, especially with Google and Adobe announcing back in September that...