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Google+ Undergoes A Major Redesign

11/17/2015, Google might have had the best intentions when they created Google+. We suppose it was easy to see why they thought Google+ could rival the likes of Facebook or Twitter. After all if you already had a Google account, you could make a Google+ account very...

Google Photos Can Now Delete Pictures On Phone Already Backed Up

11/17/2015,   Google Photos is one of the many services out there that immediately upload photos you take with your smartphone to the cloud, this helps you save up space on the phone, particularly if it’s a device like the iPhone that doesn’t allow...

Chrome For iOS Blocks Third-Party Keyboards Due To iOS 9 Bugs

11/17/2015, Ever since Apple announced iOS 8, we have started to see many third-party keyboards make their way into the iTunes App Store, something that Android users have been enjoying for many years now. Unfortunately it seems that due to the various bugs found in...

Google Will Now Search Within The Facebook Mobile App

11/16/2015, On the surface Google and Facebook don’t really appear to be rivals. Google specializes in products like productivity tools, search, email, and so on, while Facebook seems to be largely thought of as a social network. However in recent times, Facebook...

Three Versions Of Google Glass Reportedly In The Works

11/16/2015, As many of you guys know by now, Google is working on a redesigned Google Glass in which it will be completely redesigned from scratch. Unfortunately a specific release date has yet to be determined but it seems that we can expect at least more than one...

Google Voice Search Can Now Understand More Complex Questions

11/16/2015, If there is one advantage that Google Now and their voice search has over other features offered by other platforms, it is that it tends to understand the user better, even though a recent study did find that Apple’s Siri came out on top. That being...

Nexus 6P Gets Band 12 Certification On T-Mobile [Updated]

11/16/2015, Update – Turns out it was a bit premature. T-Mobile has confirmed that they are still working on it. When the Nexus 6P was launched a couple of months ago, it was noted that T-Mobile’s Band 12 LTE was not supported by the phone (or the Nexus 5X...

Google Maps Reviewers Can Earn Themselves 1TB Of Free Drive Storage

11/15/2015, A good portion of Google Maps is made up of data submitted by users, along with information that has been corrected and edited over time. After all roads are constantly changing, with old roads closing, new roads opening, changes in the landscape, and...

Gmail Will Warn Users Of Emails From Unencrypted Connections

11/15/2015, Sending emails in the business world and in your personal lives is a daily occurrence, and for the most part thanks to the advancements in technology and security, emails for the most part are a secure means of communications. However sometimes things do...

Chrome For iOS Gets 3D Touch Support

11/15/2015, Chrome is one of the most popular web browsers out there and since many of us use multiple devices these days it’s common to use a browser of choice across all of those devices. If your browser of choice happens to be Google Chrome and you own an...

Comic Reading On Google Play Books Is Now Improved

11/13/2015, So, how do you like your comics served – mint, near mint, or worn? I still remember buying Wizard, the Guide to Comics when it boils down to rating the kind of comics that I have in my collection just in case I would like to part with them,...

Google Self-Driving Car Pulled Over By Police

11/12/2015, It was just yesterday that we saw how Google’s self-driving cars have received a brand new look. However, what is more important at the end of the day would be the substance underneath the looks that matters a whole lot more – as long as the...

YouTube Music Released For Android And iOS

11/12/2015, YouTube is the world’s biggest online video streaming website but it’s also used for listening to music, perhaps more so than any proper music streaming service like Spotify or Apple Music. Google obviously knows that and it’s looking to...