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Latest Chrome For Android Beta Offers Easy WebGL Support

01/25/2013, Google has ensured that the latest Chrome for Android beta will remain in step with the times, where the Internet search giant had always done a pretty bang up job in ensuring both its desktop and Android browsers remain closely connected, and offering...

Google Wireless Network Project Shrouded In Mystery

01/24/2013, It seems that Google is working on a new wireless network at its Mountain View campus, although the entire exercise is shrouded in secrecy, leading the natural curiosity in man to start questioning just what kind of antics are the Internet search giant up...

Google Patent Delivers Bone-Conduction Audio

01/24/2013, We have seen a couple of Apple patents on our page earlier this morning, but here we are to balance the scale of things with word on an Apple patent instead. While the Google Project Glass has yet to hit the mainstream market at a price that will not tax...

Google Slides Get Offline Editing Features

01/23/2013, Good news to all Google Drive users. If you’ve been dreaming of an offline feature for slides, then it looks like today is your lucky day. Google addressed the “slide lovers” to its blog today and announced that they can now create,...

Google Image Search Gets A Major Update

01/23/2013, People who browse for images from Google often do two things – view the image and also check out the metadata. Google has heard enough feedback and is now teasing a new and better search experience for its users, particularly those who search for a...

Motorola X Phone Is Unbreakable…

01/23/2013, …or at least, that is what Google would like you to believe. Basically, we have heard our fair share of news and rumors concerning a certain Motorola X phone in the past few days, and here we are with more information on it. The Motorola X phone...

Sergey Brin Spotted With Project Glass On NYC Subway

01/21/2013, When you are one of the richest men in the US, surely getting around on public transport would get you identified quite easily, so it is a pleasant surprise for the geek world to see Sergey Brin, who normally guards his privacy well, travel along the NYC...

New Nexus 10 At MWC 2013 (Rumor)

01/21/2013, There are rumors, and then there are rumors, where we will be concentrating on the latter this time around. It seems that Google might be cheeky enough to grace Mobile World Congress next month with a revised version of their Nexus 10 tablet, and word on...

Chrome 25 Now Supports SSL By Default

01/18/2013, Heads up Chrome users! Google has just made its Chrome browser even more secure. Announcing the good news on its blog, the company says that it is now supporting Secure Sockets Layer or SSL for omnibox searches on Chrome without the need to sign into...

Google+ For iPhone And iPad Launches In 48 More Countries

01/18/2013, Google’s got some good news for all our international readers out there with an iPhone and an iPad. Unless you’ve been able to download Google+ on your iDevice lately, we’d like to let you know that Google is bringing its social...

Google’s Official Apps On Android Receive Nifty Updates

01/16/2013, The hangover from CES 2013 is still here, and we almost forgot to check Google’s recent updates for its official apps on Android. In case you missed it, Google is launching a flurry of updates today for its YouTube for Google TV, Play Movies,...

Google Announces 6th Annual “Doodle 4 Google” Competition

01/15/2013, Google wants to makes our everyday experience more fun. That’s why it is trying so hard to release those cool doodles every now and then. But the Mountain View-based technology giant could not do it alone, it wants to tap the creativity of the young...