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Android 4.4.1 KitKat Update Rumored To Be Worked Upon

12/03/2013, We have read some encouraging news about Google’s Android 4.4 KitKat has started to be part of the latest Android distribution statistics. Well, here we are with more news – or shall I say, rumors about an update to Android 4.4 KitKat, which would...

Google Could Port Chrome Apps To Android And iOS

12/03/2013, It seems that the good people over at Google are currently working to deliver Chrome packaged apps from the desktop all the way to the Android and iOS platforms. This would be made possible thanks to the development of a toolkit which will enable...

Google Compute Engine Service Launched

12/03/2013, Google’s cloud-based Compute Engine service has just been launched after this virtual-machine service has completed its beta testing, which is definitely good news to those who are interested in the service. With its launch, it would result in lower...

Journey Through Middle-Earth Is Another Chrome Experiment

12/03/2013, Google has certainly done its bit when it comes to Chrome experiments in the past, and one of their most recent attempts would come in the form of Journey through Middle-earth. In order to know more about this, just check out the video above. Of course,...

Google Glass Receives Official Play Music Application

12/03/2013, We’ve seen Google make some great updates available to its Google Glass over the past several months. One of the device’s most recent updates made it possible for Google Glass owners to interact with music in an easier way. Today, Google has...

KitKat Now Part Of Android Distribution Stats

12/02/2013, Google has let us know the latest breakdown of its Android mobile operating system statistics, and for the first time, Android 4.4 KitKat has appeared on the radar. In this month’s pie chart, the Android 4.4 KitKat market share makes its debut, but...

Google’s Plans For Their Barges Could Run Into Some Legal Hurdles

12/02/2013, In the past couple of months, we have heard the rumors of Google reportedly preparing some barges near the docks in which Google later admitted was theirs, and that it would be used to help the company demonstrate new products, such as Google Glass for...

Santa’s Grotto Gets The Google Street View Treatment

12/02/2013, Ever wondered just how much richer we are all off thanks to Google’s Street View? In fact, it is less than a week ago when we brought you a story on how Google’s Street View would bring us to more than 65 airports and train stations, giving you a look...

Nexus 10 2013 Release Expected On Cyber Monday

12/01/2013, So far there has been no official confirmation of when Nexus 10 2013 release is going to take place. The current Nexus 10 went out of stock on the Google Play Store back in October and it has not been restocked since then. This led to increased...

Chrome Might Let Users Try Apps Without Having To Install Them

12/01/2013, Google obviously wants Chrome web apps to do better, and it has made a number of changes recently which are geared towards increasing usage of such apps. The Chrome browser received in-app payments support, an app launcher as well as rich notifications...

Google Glass Wearer Evicted From Seattle Eatery

11/29/2013, With a device like Google Glass, you can be sure that it would not stray too far away from controversy. After all, privacy issues would surely be raised from time to time, and the latest person to have been evicted from a public area because he or she is...

Try Out Web Store Apps Without Any Installation

11/29/2013, It is every intention of any parent to want to see their little one grow up and succeed in life, and I guess that the same can be said for any software or hardware company to see their apps and devices be hugely successful on the market. Well, Google for...

Dutch Authorities Finds That Google Violated Its Data Protection Act

11/28/2013, Back in 2012, Google updated their policy in which they decided to share user data across Google’s own range of services that it provided to the public. Unfortunately it seems that over in the Netherlands, the Dutch authorities have deemed that this act...