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Google Photos Bags 200 Million Users In Just One Year

05/29/2016, It has been a year since Google Photos launched with a mission to be the home for all of your photos and videos. The service offers features for easy organization of photos and videos, and the features appear to have resonated with users, as Google has...

Google: Daydream VR Too Much For Current Flagship Smartphones

05/27/2016, Now here is something interesting for us to take into consideration – Google has just announced that Daydream VR, which was one of the numerous eye-catching announcements over at the recently concluded Google I/O, would not be compatible with...

Jury Finds Google Doesn’t Owe Oracle For Using Java In Android

05/27/2016, While the Apple vs Samsung lawsuit was probably one of the biggest lawsuits in the tech scene in the past few years, there was actually another lawsuit taking place that did not quite get the same publicity, and that was Google vs Oracle, in which the...

Google Might Shame OEMs For Pushing Out Late Android Updates

05/25/2016, If there is a complaint that many Android users have, it would be how long it takes for updates to make its way to them. Chances are unless you are a Nexus handset owner, major updates to Android will probably take months before it makes its way to you,...

HTC Confirms That The Nexus 9 Has Been Discontinued

05/25/2016, Earlier this year, the Nexus 9 was being offered at a 40% discount which led some to believe that maybe HTC and Google were trying to offload some existing stock. Later the tablet simply disappeared from the Google Store which then led to speculation that...

Google Building New Development Center For Self-Driving Cars

05/25/2016, Google has been working on its self-driving car technology for years. It ultimately created its own prototype self-driving car and is now working with Fiat Chrysler on baking the technology inside its minivans. The company today announced that it’s...

Google Maps Will Be Getting More Ads

05/24/2016, Google Maps is an amazing navigational tool, whether you need it to find your way to your destination while you’re driving or walking, or if you want to find out train/bus times and routes, or if you’re looking for interesting places that are near...

Android Pay Introduces Support For More Banks

05/24/2016, It was last week that we brought you word on how Android Pay can be used to withdraw money from Bank of America ATMs. Well, it seems that there is not all there is to it where Android Pay is concerned, as we bring you word that Android Pay has now...

Google Store Drops Nexus Player

05/24/2016, The inevitable has happened to the Nexus Player after all this while – it is no longer available for purchase from the Google Store. Ah well, this is but the circle of life, even for hardware, as nothing remains forever as new models are released...

Polaroid 4K Ultra HD LED Models Are Powered by Google Cast

05/23/2016, It looks like the newly renamed Google Cast is in for a good time, as Polaroid has just revealed their new 4K Ultra HD LED models which will be powered by none other than, Google Cast, of course. This is an exciting strategic partnership with Google, as...

Android N Enables Chrome Windows To Split

05/23/2016, Have you had an overdose of Android N in the past week? Well, if you have answered in the negative, perhaps it would be all right to check out the fact that Android N does allows Chrome windows in both sides of a split screen, now how about that? After...

Google Explains Why You Can No Longer Swap Out Project Ara’s CPU

05/23/2016, When Project Ara was first announced, it was supposed to be the phone aimed at the enthusiast crowd who might enjoy putting together a phone as they would a PC. The phone was supposed to be completely modular where anything and everything could be swapped...

Snowden Isn’t A Fan Of Google’s New Allo Messaging App

05/22/2016, During its keynote at the Google I/O 2016 developers conference, Google announced a couple of new messaging applications one of which is called Allo. It walked us through most of the app’s features during the keynote and they really are quite...