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Google Maps Pays Homage To Pac-Man

03/31/2015, We did bring you Samsung’s attempt at an April Fool’s Day prank earlier this morning, where it involved the Samsung Galaxy S6 edge smart knife, which was a smartphone and a piece of kitchen utensil, all rolled into one. Of course, one would shudder at...

Gmail Ensures Things Get Tidied Up Even More

03/30/2015, Google’s Gmail is certainly one of the more popular and free email services around, and for many of us, it would definitely not be out of place to actually be in possession of more than a single email address. If you happen to be a student, you might...

How to Root Any Nexus Device

03/27/2015, If you own a Nexus device then you know how great the “Vanilla” (or “pure”) Android OS is. However, that doesn’t mean that Nexus devices are not lacking any functions. There are many features that you might not find on a Nexus device but the...

Google Launches Data Saver Extension For Chrome

03/27/2015, When it comes to surfing on your mobile device, data compression apps and tools make sense since most of us have a data cap as part of our plan. However when it comes to surfing at home on the computer, for the most part ISPs don’t really introduce data...

Google’s Augmented Reality Game Ingress Could Become A TV Show

03/26/2015, Back in 2012 Google launched an augmented reality game called Ingress that was developed by Niantic Labs. It was an interesting experiment and surprisingly the game proved to be something of a cult hit where a quick search on Google+ shows that engagement...

Google To Improve Chrome’s Scrolling Using A Microsoft Standard

03/26/2015, While Chrome might be the go-to browser for many users, it isn’t the perfect browser as there are probably features that some users are wishing it would have and various improvements users would like Google to make. Perhaps one of those improvements...

Project Ara Gains New Radiation Sensor Module

03/25/2015, One of the cool things about Project Ara is its ability to allow users to swap in and out modules depending on their needs. For example if your focus is on health, you could add a pulse oximeter module, but if your focus is on photography, you could swap...

Google’s Self-Driving Cars Could Have External Airbags

03/25/2015, Airbags are a great way to protect the driver and their passengers inside the car from serious harm in the event of an accident. However what about protecting the car or the objects that they might collide into? Wouldn’t external airbags make just as...

YouTube Will Reportedly Take On Twitch With Live eSports Streaming

03/25/2015, Last year there were rumors that Google was planning on acquiring Twitch but that did not happen due to alleged concerns over antitrust issues. Instead Amazon was the company that picked them up which we’re sure Google can’t be too happy with. That...

Google Working On Allowing Users To Pay Bills Directly Inside Gmail

03/25/2015, Nowadays with e-billing and with companies looking to cut down on the amount of paper used, more users are starting to receive their bills in their emails. However if you wanted to pay said bills, you’d either have to go out physically and pay it, or...

Google Fiber Coming To Salt Lake City

03/24/2015, Salt Lake City residents rejoice! Google just confirmed that its gigabit internet service is heading to your city. Over the past few months Google Fiber has gradually been expanded into more markets. Salt Lake City is the next stop for the gigabit...

Cyanogen Raises $80 Million In Funding, Now Valued At $1 Billion

03/23/2015, Cyanogen had rather humble beginnings where they started off as by offering users an Android ROM that was a worthy, if not better, alternative to what was offered by Android OEMs in the market. It was also a relatively stock experience that was not bogged...

Photos And Auto Backup Could Get Huge Changes

03/23/2015, Now here is a rumor that you might very well want to keep your eyes peeled out for – we have heard of whispers that point to major changes happening to the Photos app and experience some time later this week. In fact, word on the street has it that...