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Google Has Received Over 70,000 “Right To Be Forgotten” Requests

07/11/2014, It wasn’t too long ago that the European courts had ruled that Google had to comply with requests from users for the right to be forgotten. This means that a person could file a request with Google asking them to be removed from the search results. That...

MindRDR Lets You Control Google Glass Using Brain Power

07/09/2014, Google Glass, a piece of wearable technology that has been used in many different ways even before it has become mainstream (including proposing to your loved one), might just gain a new ability thanks to an open source app that is known as MindRDR....

FTC Could Be Eyeing Google Over In-App Purchases, Thanks To Apple

07/09/2014, It wasn’t too long ago that Apple landed themselves in a spot of trouble over in-app purchases, something which they were quick to correct and even offered refunds to parents whose kids might have gone on a wild spending spree due to the lack of...

Android Wear Paid Apps Updated

07/08/2014, Remember how we mentioned yesterday that there was a bug in Android Wear that prevented purchased apps from installing themselves? Well, it seems that this particular bug has been squashed, as the folks over at Google have managed to deliver a workaround...

Google Removes Three Google Play Edition Devices From Their Store

07/08/2014, If you were looking for Google Play Edition devices, the Google Play Store used to play home to six devices. This included the HTC One M8, the Moto G, the Samsung Galaxy S4, the HTC One M7, the Sony Xperia Z Ultra, and the LG G Pad 8.3. However...

Google Voice Search Comes With “No I Said” Corrective Feature

07/08/2014, We’re sure many can admit that Google’s voice search feature is a lot more responsive and accurate compared to alternatives out there, such as Siri. Perhaps it is the use of neural networks that has made it slightly more superior, who knows? That...

Android Wear Bug Prevents Purchased Apps From Installation

07/07/2014, It has not been too long since we reported that the first wave of Android Wear apps started to arrive on Google Play, but it does look as though not everything is plain sailing from this point onward. Apparently, some users have come across this...

Gmail Gets 13 More Languages

07/07/2014, Ever since Gmail was launched all those years ago, I would say that I have become lazy and complacent in my email management. In other words, I have ended up as less selective on the kinds of emails that I delete as well as archive. The reason behind...

Android 4.4 KitKat Distribution Numbers Shows 4.3% Increase

07/07/2014, Back in June, we reported that Android 4.4 KitKat had experience a rise in its distribution stats by a little over 5% from May. It’s a pretty impressive growth rate, considering that the month before that, KitKat distribution only grew by 3.2%. However...

Nexus 8 Listing Spotted In Indian Import Database

07/07/2014, The Nexus tablet lineup currently consists of a 7-inch tablet and a 10.1-inch tablet. However it seems that Google could be looking to fill in the blanks with an 8-inch tablet, or at least that’s what the rumors are saying when they are talking about a...

Android L On Nexus 4 Spotted

07/06/2014, Close to the end of last month, we brought you word that the Android L Preview system image for both the Nexus 5 as well as the Nexus 7 were released, but what about folks who happen to be rocking to the Nexus 4? Well, thanks to the programming wizards...

South Korea Asks Apple, Google, To Enable Paid App Refunds

07/06/2014, It seems that South Korea’s Fair Trade Commission has issued an order for both Google as well as Apple to make changes to their existing policies that concern app store refunds. The Fair Trade Commission has expectations that this particular ruling...

Google Subtly Blaming ISPs For Slow-Loading YouTube Videos

07/06/2014, Are you experiencing slow loading videos? If you are, whose fault is it? Could it simply be that your router isn’t fast enough? Could it be that the video source’s servers are slow? Or could it be that your internet service provider isn’t as fast as...