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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.


Google lets you opt out of Wi-Fi tracking

09/14/2011, Google intends to live up to their motto of not doing any evil by announcing that they will do their bit to prevent residential wireless systems from being listed in a database which assists the Internet search giant in tracking down folks on their...

Logitech Revue now available for $90

09/14/2011, While the Logitech Revue has been subject to a number of price cuts since its launch (it was reduced to $99.99 a couple of months ago), Apple’s Apple TV price has remained $99.99 since it was introduced. Now it looks like Google’s set top box,...

Google Flight Search sneak peek

09/13/2011, It was back in May when we first heard that Google is capable of searching through flight schedules, and now we bring you a sneak peek of Google Flight Search – where this new travel tool is touted to deliver faster, more flexible, and more useful...

Intel Android phones in 2012

09/13/2011, [IDF 2011] During the IDF opening keynote, one of the highlights was the joint Intel/Google announcement  that Intel-powered Android phones prototypes already exist, and that Google is committed to “do its best” to optimize for Intel’s...

Seawater cooled Google data center in Finland is up and running

09/12/2011, Data centers while immensely useful especially in the world of cloud storage have also been associated with being damaging to the environment due to the amount of power they require. They not only require power to run the servers but at the same time they...

Google Documents get comment-only access

09/12/2011, Do you love all things that have to do with cloud computing? If you have answered in the affirmative, then you might be pleased to hear about the latest happening in Google Documents – it has just received comment-only access, which is a new way of...

Sony shows off Honeycomb Google TV

09/09/2011, It looks like we’re going to get Honeycomb on our Google TV set-top boxes pretty soon. Over at the CEDIA event, Sony was demonstrating its Google TV hardware that has been updated with a near-release upgrade to Honeycomb. Judging by the pictures and...

Google’s Dart programming language

09/09/2011, We did catch Google in the act of picking up all the possible domain names last week, and speculation was rife as to what Dart was all about. Well, we’re glad that the cloud has cleared now, with Dart being a new programming language that will be...

Google Maps for Android updated

09/09/2011, Great news for people who love taking photographs and reviewing places they’ve been on Google Places. Google has announced a new update to Google Maps for Android that lets users attach photographs to their reviews in Places. The update which brings...

Google launches web app for Google Music beta

09/08/2011, Google Music Beta has been out for awhile now, and so far only Android users have been able to use the service on their mobile devices. Well, it looks like that restriction is now over. Google has officially announced the launch of the web app version of...

Official Blogger app for iOS released

09/08/2011, After being deprived from having an official Blogger app for so long, it looks like the app has finally made its way over to the iOS platform. Google announced on its blog today that the official Blogger app is now available for the iPhone, iPad and iPod...

ViewSonic and Acer to pay Microsoft royalties for Android products

09/08/2011, While Windows Phone 7 may not be doing as well as Microsoft had hoped, unlike Apple, Microsoft has been more or less content with sitting by the sidelines and try to make money off their competitors through royalties and licensing. One such example is...

Google tests out encrypted search with Chrome beta users

09/08/2011, In the battle for supremacy, search engine companies are constantly introducing new features to make their services more appealing than others. This time instead of introducing something “fun”, Google has decided to improve the security of...