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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+ Hangout Apps Finally Ready for Use

03/28/2012, It is not our intention to overload you with Google+ news after we covered their first TV ad in the UK as well as the Google Comments which will be integrated with Google+, but this new tit-bit of information is simply too good to ignore. The search...

YouTube Next Vlogger registration open

03/28/2012, If your idea of fame is being recognized by thousands of subscribers for your videos on YouTube – you might want to give Vlogging (video blogging) a shot. Tons of people have done it before, and there’s still a lot of room out there for more....

Google Maps 6.5 for Android released

03/28/2012, To celebrate its recent milestone of helping users navigate over 50 billion kilometers with turn-by-turn directions, Google has decided to upgrade its Maps app for Android devices with a fresh new look. Taking cues from the Android Ice Cream Sandwich...

Microsoft looks to HTTP 2.0 for faster Internet

03/28/2012, Speed is king – never mind if it is on the asphalt or in the digital world. Microsoft has plans to increase the speed whenever you are online after submitting their proposal for a faster Internet protocol to the standards body that have been charged...

Google+ gets first UK TV advertisement, ad budget hits $12m

03/28/2012, Google+ users have been on the defense against its critics who have referred to the social networking site by the search giants, as a ghost town for some time now. Now it seems, Google themselves might be coming to the rescue with its first TV ad campaign...

Google I/O registration closed in 28 minutes

03/27/2012, Earlier today we reported that Google I/O 2012 registrations were open, and that developers should hurry up if they wanted a spot at the event. Well, just like last year’s Google I/O that sold out at record breaking speeds, this year’s tickets...

Google I/O registration is now open

03/27/2012, Good news for those of you planning to attend Google’s I/O developer event – registration is now open. It will be Google’s fifth I/O conference and will be held in San Francisco’s Moscone Center on June 27th-29th. The event will let...

Facebook profiles hijacked by Chrome extensions malware

03/26/2012, It is not that easy to remain safe online these days with so many threats hanging around, but that does not mean you are unable to do your bit in preventing any untoward incidents from happening. One of the stories that was circulating over the weekend...

Apple could be replacing Google with Baidu on iOS devices [Rumor]

03/26/2012, Safe to say both Apple and Google probably view each other as competition as far as mobile platforms are concerned, and if the rumors are to be believed, it looks like Apple could be close to phasing Google out on iOS devices by integrating China’s...

Gmail glitch hits Android smartphones

03/23/2012, It seems that there is a bug in the mobile version of Gmail – effecting particularly Android-powered devices such as smartphones and tablets, where it renders Gmail unusable, not to mention cause them to hang as well. Google is aware of the...

Google patent uses background noise to generate targeted ads

03/22/2012, If you’ve surfed the web long enough, you’re probably aware of Google’s ability to create ads based on the content you were looking at and your location. Now it looks like Google has a patent that aims to take things to the next level by analyzing...

Google Play Music daily streaming limit spoils the party

03/22/2012, Google Music, or rather, should we call it the Google Play Music, is not all peaches and cream, as one user found out after he streamed more than what his daily allotment allowed. Once he hit the limit, he came across an error that popped up on the...