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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.


Chrome Gets Hands-free Google Voice Search

02/27/2014, The modern day smartphone and computer loves to help us multitask, but some things in life simply does not make for such an allowance. For instance, those who tried to cook and perform a search on the Internet simultaneously would not be too pleased with...

Google Hangouts App Updated For iOS 7

02/27/2014, For Android users running the latest version of Android (KitKat), chances are you use Google Hangouts on a regular basis simply because Google has decided it was a good idea to merge SMS and Google Hangouts into a single app. At the same time, the app...

Get Google Now Launcher On Any Android Device

02/27/2014, The Google Now launcher debuted with Nexus 5, and even though people found a way to extract it from the smartphone and offer it for other devices, a stable build wasn’t released until yesterday. Google Now launcher is now available for download via...

Nexus 6 Not Coming Soon, Galaxy S6 To Run Android

02/27/2014, Google SVP and Android head Sundar Pichai has made some interesting comments at the Mobile World Congress 2014 in Barcelona. He did go on record to clarify that contrary to popular belief Google did not bid $10 billion for WhatsApp, in fact it...

Project Ara Modular Smartphone To Cost $50 (Rumor)

02/27/2014, Google looks all set to launch its first Project Ara developer’s conference this coming April, but is there all there is that meets the eye? Well, assuming Google has its very own way, it ought to cost approximately $50 a pop, assuming you have it...

Google Barge Moving To Stockton

02/26/2014, The Google Barge, which happens to be a floating showroom, did receive its marching orders – or should I say, floating orders, recently, and it is rumored to set sail for its new home, which would see it leave its existing construction site on...

Google To Host First Ara Developers’ Conference In April

02/26/2014, One of the cooler concepts that we are actually interested in seeing made a reality is Project Ara. The project was originally announced back in 2013 by Phonebloks, before it was revealed that Motorola would be helping to turn the project into an actual...

WhatsApp Didn’t Receive A Buyout Offer From Google

02/26/2014, Contrary to the plethora of reports in the media that Facebook outbid Google for WhatsApp by offering an eye watering $19 billion, it appears that the popular cross platform messaging service didn’t receive a bid from Google in the first place. This...

Google Now Launcher Makes It To The Play Store

02/26/2014, With the Nexus 5, Google debuted a new software feature that was referred to back then as the Google Experience Launcher. Its more commonly known as the Google Now launcher, it lets users say “Okay, Google” to initiate a search from any home...

Google Glass Recording Captures Assault

02/26/2014, A lady based in San Francisco had allegedly filmed her assault using a pair of Google Glass that she wore, capturing the attack in its entire process. Sarah Slocum, who happens to be a tech writer from California, did lay claim that she was harassed by...

Google’s Smartwatch Could Be Made By LG [Rumor]

02/23/2014, So we have heard the rumors that Google could be building a smartwatch of their own, although it seems like Google will be taking the Nexus route by outsourcing the manufacturing to another company, and if the rumors are to be believed, LG has been pegged...

Movidius Myriad 1 Vision Processor Powers Google’s Tango

02/21/2014, As you may have seen Google is working on a cool project called Tango which allows smartphones and tablets (and possibly Google Glass down the road) to not only see, but understand your environment. This is made possible by computer vision techniques not...