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Google Explains Technology Behind Child Porn Discovery In Gmail

08/05/2014, So yesterday we reported on a somewhat victorious case in which thanks to Google, a sex offender was arrested. However it seems the method in which he was found out has led some to question Google’s tactics. In case you missed out on yesterday’s...

Google Removes Gaza-Themed Android App

08/04/2014, Politics and religion can be extremely sensitive topics that one should not tread upon, especially if you are just about to meet with someone new, or one whom you are not familiar with. Having said that, the current conflict that is going on between...

Google Has No Plans To Bring Chrome Onto Windows Phone

08/04/2014, iOS and Android users who use Chrome can probably appreciate how it syncs their bookmarks and browsing history with the desktop version of the browser, and if you’re a Windows Phone user looking to get some Chrome love from Google, well don’t hold...

Google Email Scan Aids In Sex Offender Capture

08/04/2014, Google certainly has made a name for itself in the world of search, and it does not look as though they are about to slow down anytime soon. Well, Google has incorporated automatic image scanning in the past (and still do) when it comes to combating the...

Google Workshop Lets You Customize Smartphone Cases

08/03/2014, In an individualistic society that champions freedom of thought and expression, we are told to let ourselves fly free – and as long as we put our mind, heart and soul to it, we will achieve our dream. This shows how each one of us were created with...

Google+ Photos Service Reportedly Being Separated

08/03/2014, Google’s social network is often the butt of online jokes and while it offers a lot of features to users it doesn’t boast the numbers that Facebook and Twitter have. One such feature is Google+ Photos, the service includes powerful editing...

Google Barge Project Sinks (Metaphorically)

08/01/2014, Remember the Google Barge project? Having arrived at Stockton in March earlier this year, it looks as though the whole idea surrounding Google Barge is dead int the water (pun intended ), before it was even able to go ahead with full steam. The floating...

64-bit Chrome Beta Browser Now Available For The Masses

07/30/2014, Back in June, Google released the 64-bit version of the Chrome browser as a beta to developers, but if you’re just a regular user who wants to see what all the fuss is about, you might be pleased to learn that Google has officially announced that the...

Project Baseline From Google

07/27/2014, The folks over at Google are certainly an extremely creative bunch – after all, some of their side projects have ended up as a main service in the company’s history, and who knows, Project Baseline, otherwise known as the Baseline Study, might be...

HTC Clock App In Google Play Store

07/24/2014, Hardware manufacturers these days seem to want to introduce changes in their software to the masses using app stores instead of going through firmware updates with mobile carriers. Case in point, we did bring you word earlier this week concerning the HTC...

Gmail App Updated With Improved Google Drive Integration

07/24/2014, Google has certainly done a pretty decent job when it comes to empowering users of Gmail and Google Drive to share documents as well as files between both services, which is something that has been experienced on a full fledged computer – be it the...