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Watch Google’s Self-Driving Car Hit A Bus

03/09/2016, It was at the end of last month that we brought you news on how Google’s self-driving car actually hit a bus, and Google did do the right thing by admitting to their mistake. Well, since a picture speaks a thousand words, how many more volumes can be...

Google Launches Chrome Music Lab

03/09/2016, If you’re looking for some inspiration for your next song, or maybe you just want to break the monotony of your day-to-day life, you might be interested to learn that Google has launched Chrome Music Web, a website designed for Music in Our Schools...

Android N Lets Users Save Their Emergency Info For First Responders

03/09/2016, As you might have heard, earlier today Google surprised everyone with the release of the developer preview of Android N, the next major build of Android. The platform will no doubt come with a host of new features and improvements that will make your...

Google Launches Android Beta Program

03/09/2016, Are you interested in participating in Android betas? If you are the type that’s curious and can’t wait for the final release, then a beta program might be of interest to you, and the good news is that it looks like Google’s Android Beta program...

Google Docs Gets Outline Tool

03/09/2016, Google Docs has received a new feature today on the web and on the Android app. The outline tool is displayed in a pane to the left of the page and it features headers for every section of the document. This enables users to jump quickly from section to...

Google’s AI Wins First Match Against Go World Champion

03/09/2016, AlphaGo, Google Deepmind’s very powerful artificial intelligence, has won its first match against the world champion of Go, Lee Sedol. The world champ is going to play a series of five matches against the AI, the first of which has been won by the...

Android ‘N’ Developer Preview Released

03/09/2016, There were rumors floating around that Google might release the developer preview of the next major Android update today and now it has. The next major Android update doesn’t have a name just yet, Google’s calling it Android “N”...

Google Launches Destinations, Helps Plan Your Travels

03/09/2016, There are plenty of websites out there like TripAdvisor that will provide users with information on destinations that they are planning on visiting. However if you’d rather not have to navigate individual websites and want to be able to see all the...

Amsterdam Judge Orders Google To Hand Over Details Of Fake Reviewers

03/08/2016, Reviews are great because a good review will do wonders for a company and their product. A bad review on the other hand will tarnish the reputation of a company, and while sometimes a bad review is legitimate, more often than not we are seeing bad reviews...

Google Street View Makes South African Safari Accessible To Everyone

03/08/2016, I remember talking to some retired folk close to a couple of decades ago, and they did mention that there is no longer any more need to travel the world since you can view all of those amazing places right from the comfort of your living room through the...

HTC Rumored To Build Google’s Nexus Phones For The Next 3 Years

03/08/2016, According to recent rumors, it has been suggested that HTC could be building not one, but two Nexus handsets in 2016. Given that HTC did build the first Nexus handset and has recently helped with the Nexus 9 tablet, the idea of HTC being a possible Nexus...

Android 6.0 Marshmallow Now Installed On 2.3% Of Android Devices

03/08/2016, While the latest version of iOS is installed on more than 50% of iOS devices, it seems that the latest build of Android has been a bit slow in gaining momentum. Last month we checked and the numbers were at 1.2% of all Android devices, although we suppose...

Google Photos For iOS Updated With Live Photos Support

03/07/2016, Google Photos is a great app if you’re looking for a place to backup your photos, and the best part is that if you don’t mind keeping your photos below the 16MP resolution, Google Photos will even back it up for free. That being said, Google Photos...

Google’s Project Fi Phone Service Is Now Invite-Free

03/07/2016, You no longer need an invite to sign up for Google’s phone service. The company launched Project Fi about ten months ago and up till now entry was by invite only, even though it wasn’t that hard to score an invite. Nevertheless, the decision...