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Google Rolling Out In-App Content From iOS Search Results

06/04/2015, Last week we reported that Google was working on a new feature for its Google Search app on iOS. Basically if you were to use the app to search, it would be able to display in-app content meaning that from the search results, you could launch apps...

Chromebook With MediaTek Chipset Demonstrated

06/04/2015, There was word going around earlier this week that MediaTek looks set to jump aboard the Chromebook bandwagon, and hence, it was not surprising at all to see and hear that a video has been uploaded which depicted a Chromebook that ran on an MT8173 chip...

Nest May Unveil New Products On June 17th

06/04/2015, ]It has been over a year since Google acquired Nest, a company that makes smart connected objects. Many people would know of Nest because of its smart thermostat. The company hasn’t really released a new product in quite a while now but that streak...


Google Possibly Working On Netflix-Like Movie Streaming Service

06/04/2015, Google already has a huge library of movies that it lets Android users rent or purchase through apps on their devices, so it won’t really be impossible for the company to come up with a new service that lets users stream all of those movies provided...

Google’s Larry Page Not Opposed To Ad Blocking Software

06/04/2015, If there’s one thing to love about Google, it is the fact that they provide the majority of their products and services for free. Free email, free access to productivity software, free cloud storage (to a certain extent), free mobile operating system in...

Tim Cook Lambasts Companies That Try To Monetize User Information

06/03/2015, Companies such as Google and Facebook rely on your personal information, search habits, and online behavior to determine what kind of ads it can serve you. In fact Instagram recently announced that they would be stepping up their ad efforts as well which...

Google Wants To Count Calories By Looking At Photos Of Food

06/02/2015, Not all food is cooked equal. A cheeseburger cooked at home versus one bought at a fastfood joint can be very different in nutritional value due to the choice of ingredients used during the preparation process, which is why sometimes counting calories...

Google Cuts Nexus 6 Price

06/02/2015, If you’ve been meaning to purchase Google’s current Nexus flagship smartphone but haven’t got around to it because you thought that the price was too high, well now there’s the perfect opportunity for you to get your hands on one....

Google’s New Photos App Can Help Free Up Device Storage

06/01/2015, At Google I/O, the company announced their new Photos app which is basically a replacement of Google+ Photos. The new service from Google will allow users to store and upload unlimited photos and videos onto the cloud for free, thus making it more...

Android 5.x Lollipop Distribution Rises To 12.4% For June 2015

06/01/2015, Fragmentation used to be one of Android’s biggest problems but over the years with better relationships with carriers and OEMs, updates have begun to rollout earlier, thus helping to deal with fragmentation. There is still a fair bit of it going on...

Google Begins Removing Google+ Account Links In Gmail

06/01/2015, Google+ was Google’s supposed answer to social networks such as Facebook and Twitter, but safe to say that even after all these years, the platform does not have the same traction as the former two. So what does this mean for the service? While its...

Google Has A Modified Nexus 5 With A Fingerprint Scanner

06/01/2015, In terms of Nexus devices released to date, it has become the consensus that out of all of them, the Nexus 5 is probably the crowning achievement to date. Granted it isn’t as powerful as the Nexus 6, but its specs and its design makes for a very sleek...

Google Now On Tap Demo at Google I/O 2015

06/01/2015, We could not see any demo of the complete new Android M operating system at I/O 2015, but the Google team was showcasing the two main new features, namely Android Pay and Google Now On Tap. Basically, Now on tap will allow users to get a number of...

Android Pay Demos at Google I/O 2015

05/31/2015, Google has officially announced Android Pay at Google I/O 2015, it will be part of the Android M release later this year and it will also be supported on NFC compatible devices running Android 4.4 (Kitkat) and above. Android Pay can be used with Android...