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Google Removes Pirate Bay Related Apps From Play Store

12/07/2014, Interestingly enough despite Google deciding not to blacklist certain pirate websites from its search, the company has recently started to delete apps related to piracy in its Google Play Store. According to reports, Google has been actively deleting apps...

Sony Rumored To Launch Android TVs Early Next Year

12/07/2014, Earlier this year Google unveiled its new plan to take over your living room. Following the demise of Google TV the company came up with a completely new platform that it introduced as Android TV. The company said that set-top box and television...

Google Inbox To Receive Undo Send Feature Soon

12/04/2014, A couple of months back Google introduced a new application for email called Inbox. The only way one can use this application right now is if they receive an invite. Naturally this is given birth to an invite frenzy which Google itself has fed multiple...

Google Developing Kid-Friendly Versions Of Popular Products

12/03/2014, Google is one of the biggest tech companies on the planet that owns and operates some of the most widely used online services, with Google Search undoubtedly being the flagship product. A senior executive from the company detailed plans to USA Today...

Google Feeding Inbox Invite Frenzy Once Again

12/03/2014, A few weeks back Google introduced a new application called Inbox which aims to revolutionize how we deal with email on our mobile devices. Google has a habit of making new products and services “invite-only,” we all remember the Google+ days,...

No CAPTCHA reCAPTCHA Can Tell If You’re A Bot

12/03/2014, Captchas are one of the more irritating things about the Internet, but I guess you can also classify them to be some sort of necessary evil, so to speak. After all, it does do its bit to eliminate the amount of potential spam in the long run. However,...

Google Donates $1 Million To Assist Libraries In Getting Connected

12/03/2014, It looks like Google intends to have everyone get connected to the Internet, with the company having donated $1 million to assist libraries that are located in Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens to offer Sprint-powered hotspot devices so that qualifying...

New Google Glass Patent Points To Futuristic Design

12/02/2014, Google Glass, a piece of wearable technology that has definitely garnered a fair amount of interest over the past year, looks as though it is going to gain an upgrade. Of course, nothing official has been announced just yet as at press time, but it seems...

Code Your Way To The White House This Holiday Season

12/02/2014, It must be noted that the National Park Service’s annual Christmas tree lighting ceremony is an ancient one – at least by today’s “instant” generation, taking into consideration how this tree lighting ceremony dates back all the way to...

Android 4.4 KitKat Distribution Is On The Rise, According To Google

12/01/2014, We are now in December which means that Google has recently released their Android distribution stats for the month of November, and if you’re wondering how the adoption of the later builds of Android is doing, you will be pleased to learn that it looks...

Nexus 6 Does Have Water Resistance Capabilities

12/01/2014, When we talk about the Nexus 6 from Google, we are more or less smitten by the high powered specifications – namely a huge 6” QHD display that is easy on the eyes, a quad-core Snapdragon 805 processor that blows away results in performance...

Google Fiber Goes Live In Austin

12/01/2014, Google’s gigabit internet service has gone live in Austin. Residents in certain parts of the city can now sign up for the Google Fiber TV and high-speed internet service. For now Google is only accepting signups from the southern and southeastern...