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Google Chrome OS 30 Improves Touchscreen Support

10/15/2013, Touchscreen computers are certainly starting to take off as we’ve seen a number of laptops as well as standalone monitors that Windows 8 users can use in order to reach out and touch their apps. Chrome OS users have gone without being able to make...

Google Glass Successor Already In The Works

10/15/2013, As it stands, Google Glass is only available to a few early adopters and is mainly used for testing out the device. It is expected that the device will see a rollout next year but it seems that while the rest of the world has yet to get their hands on the...

Google Mobile Meter App Could Track Mobile Usage, Offer Rewards

10/14/2013, Word on the street has it that Google is currently working on a Mobile Meter app that will cater for two platforms – Android and iOS (hmmm, Windows Phone as well as BlackBerry OS are missing), where this app’s purpose for existence would be to...

Nexus 5 Pictures Leak Yet Again

10/14/2013, This isn’t the first time we’re seeing a bunch of leaked Nexus 5 pictures, and it probably won’t be the last. Over the past week, we’ve seen leaked pictures and just yesterday, the Nexus 5 made a seven minute appearance in a video...

Google Watch Rumored For A Release Soon

10/14/2013, When it comes to the peripheral known as the smartwatch, you can bet your bottom dollar that there will be a fair number of companies that are already lining up to take advantage of this potentially lucrative range of products. Samsung has gotten the ball...

Google Looks At User Endorsements

10/14/2013, For a company that supposedly “does no evil”, we find it rather strange that they have, from time to time, irked their many users via a certain action. Well, over the weekend, we did bring you word that Google has a new ad policy that has raised the...

Nexus 5 And Android 4.4 KitKat Make An Appearance On Video

10/13/2013, Everyone knows that it is only a matter of time before Google officially announces the Nexus 5 smartphone and the next Android OS update, Android 4.4 KitKat. Both announcements are expected to be made at the same event, which some expect will be conducted...

Google Looks To Android TV Instead Of Google TV

10/10/2013, There are moments in one’s life that one would need to learn to reinvent oneself. Case in point, a footballer (and I am referring to soccer players just in case you happen to reside in the US and are reading this) who has gotten on in age, where he...

Nexus 5 Cases Already Being Teased

10/10/2013, The Nexus 5 is without a doubt one of the most highly anticipated smartphones of this quarter. Google is yet to officially announce the device, though given the fact that Nexus 4 is no longer available through the Play Store, its only a matter of time...

Nexus 5 And Android 4.4 KitKat Launch Rumored For October 15th

10/10/2013, The world anxiously waits on Google to make two announcements, one related to software and the other to hardware. Nexus 5 and Android 4.4 are both rumored to be launched in October, but according to a new rumor, they might be unveiled next week. Tuesday,...

Google Play Store Devices To Expand To Other Countries

10/10/2013, It goes without saying that when one mentions the Google Play store, it more or less refers to the virtual place where you will be able to download a plethora of apps for your Android-powered device there. Not only that, Google has ensured that Google...

Google Slides Service Updated With New Features

10/10/2013, The folks over at Google have announced that they have already introduced an update to their Slides service, where it will come with a couple of new features that will go across some lengths in order to help improve the overall presentation experience....

New Google Maps Gets More Features

10/09/2013, Back in May the internet search giant gave us a preview of the new Google Maps. With the feedback it has received since then, it has added more new features to make the user experience even better. Google says that one of the most requested features was...