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Google Glass Lets You Look Up Public Transit Directions Now

10/07/2013, Having a pair of Google Glass sitting right there in front of one’s eyes is definitely “cool”, as fashion and technology come together to ensure that life is a whole lot more convenient and easy. In fact, while Google Glass might be highly...

Google Glass Hack Beams Grand Theft Auto GPS To Its HUD

10/07/2013, If you’ve played as much Grand Theft Auto as we have, then you’re probably very familiar with the game’s mini-map that is prominently displayed at various corners of the screen, depending on which game you’re playing. The mini-map...

Nexus 5 Purported Service Manual Leaks, Details Specifications

10/06/2013, It is safe to say that the Nexus 5 is one of the upcoming devices that is anxiously being awaited. There have already been a lot of rumors and leaks about this device, but so far Google hasn’t uttered a word regarding its release or availability. A...

Nexus 5 Rumored For End Of October Launch

10/04/2013, We’ve been hearing rumors about the upcoming Google Nexus 5 handset, with the device allegedly caught on camera, giving us a better look at it, assuming the photo is real, of course. We have also heard how the handset could see a launch in October,...

Google Might Not Go With ASUS For 2014’s Nexus 7 [Rumor]

10/03/2013, As it stands, ASUS is the manufacturer responsible for creating the Google Nexus 7 tablet and if the rumors are to be believed, they could be responsible for 2013’s Nexus 10 tablet as well. Interestingly enough despite the rumors suggesting that Google...

Bing It On Numbers Disputed, Microsoft Responds

10/03/2013, Back in 2012, Microsoft launched a Bing It On campaign which basically compared Google’s search to their own search, Bing. According to Microsoft’s claims at that time, users preferred Bing’s search to Google’s search by a ratio of 2:1. This was a...

Yahoo Sued For Keyword Scanning In Emails

10/03/2013, Yahoo has been hit with a new class-action privacy lawsuit which claims that the company is effectively intercepting and reading emails of users as it scans incoming emails for keywords in order to deliver more targeted ads. Google too was hit with a...

iOS 7 Chrome’s Incognito Mode Bug Reveals Your Weird Searches

10/03/2013, If you’re a regular user of Google Chrome, you know how important its incognito mode can be to save some unnecessary embarrassment when you decide you need to search for something completely strange you would rather not let your family, friends or...

Chromebook Accounts For 22% Of Computers In US Schools

10/03/2013, While Google’s Chrome OS is hardly the most popular operating system, it has managed to gain a sizable chunk of the market, at least as far as schools are concerned. According to the latest numbers, it seems that Google’s Chromebooks now account for...

Nexus 5 Will Reportedly Have MEMS Camera

10/02/2013, There has been no shortage of Nexus 5 rumors over the past couple of weeks, particularly after Google cleaned out the Play Store of all Nexus 4 inventory. That was taken as a sign of a successor being just around the corner, and it seems plausible too....

Gmail APK Teardown For Android Reveals That Ads Are Arriving

10/01/2013, One of the great things about Gmail for mobile devices is that they are ad-free, unlike the web version of the service. Given that it is a free service, it is understandable that Google is looking for a way to monetize it, and it seems that ads could be...

Google Hummingbird Algorithm Update Announced

09/27/2013, Google has, from time to time, changed their algorithms in an attempt to bring us what they claim to be better results in the end. Well, the Panda update in the past did not sit too well with some website owners, and this time around, there is the new...

Google Easter Egg Lets You Experience Google From 1998

09/27/2013, Easter Eggs on websites and programs and games are fun as it’s a nice break from reality, and Google is known for hiding these gems in their products, such as on their website or on their products like the Android operating system. Well if you weren’t...