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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.


Can you smell what Google Wallet is cookin’?

10/22/2012, Google Wallet has certainly matured in the recent months, where you can say that a slew of new users have jumped aboard the Google Wallet bandwagon, mostly courtesy of the Nexus 7 tablet’s release. Word on the street has it that Google is preparing to...

LG Nexus 4 (E960) announcement this October 29th?

10/19/2012, Word on the street has it that Google’s Android-themed event that is happening in New York City this coming October 29th would also be the platform where the LG Nexus 4 (E960) is announced officially, making it the first of the next generation Nexus...

Google Maps increases new building footprints by 25 million

10/19/2012, Google must have felt hurt with Apple rolling out their very own Maps app on the iOS 6 platform, ditching the traditional Google Maps solution along the way. Although Apple’s Maps app is far from perfect and still has plenty of work to be done for it to...

Nexus 7 tablet is best selling Android tablet in the UK

10/18/2012, There is a fair number of Android-powered tablets in the market today that aim to go toe-to-toe against the Apple iPad (and we would presume, the iPad mini subsequently), and the Nexus 7 from Google (manufactured by Asus) is one of them. Well, it seems...

Google profits leaked, miss lofty expectations, stock tanks 10%

10/18/2012, Earlier today, the Google filing to the SEC has been published early (an error from RR Donnelley, apparently) and the financial details for the 3rd quarter have been revealed: $14.1B in revenues for $2.18B in profits. While most companies would only dream...

New Google Chromebook from Samsung launched ($249)

10/18/2012, We’re at Google San Francisco where the company has just announced a new Chromebook from Samsung. This latest Samsung Chromebook which is thin (0.8″), light (2.5lbs) and very affordable ($249, 229UKP), also happens to run on a new ARM...

Google Calendar app available from Google Play now

10/17/2012, Ahoy, what do we have here? Users who absolutely love what the official Google Calendar app is able to deliver on the Android-powered platform can now download it from Google Play directly, making it a snap for you to manage your slew of calendars from a...

Google sends out invites to Android event for the 29th of October

10/17/2012, Good news ladies and gentlemen – look at what has arrived in our inboxes! An invite to a Google Android event on the 29th of October! While it has not been stated explicitly, we wouldn’t be surprised if this was an event that would announce the...

16 crazy things we learned about Google’s data centers

10/17/2012, Google’s data centers are secretive, massive locations filled with cutting-edge proprietary technology. So of course most Google fans will never get a chance to step inside one. But Google knows how amazing their data centers are, and so they...

This is the Internet’s 127.0.0.1

10/17/2012, I clearly remember this geeky door mat that had the phrase “There’s no place like 127.0.0.1” emblazoned across it. Well, Google has allowed the masses to take a peek into their data centers via Street View magic in the YouTube video above, which is...

The EU officially wants Google to collect less data

10/16/2012, The Nobel Peace Prize-winning European Union has its eyes set on a new regulatory target–Google. Today, French regulators associated with the EU sent Google a letter with an ultimatum: Google has four months to change its privacy policy because of...

Gmail search gets a boost

10/15/2012, If you remember web-based mail services of old such as Hotmail, Lycos and Yahoo, then you would realize how different things were back in the day, and searching for information was not that easy. Along came Google who changed the search landscape just...