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YouTube Adding “nomobile” Flags For Windows Phone Users

08/19/2013, It was just last week that Windows Phone users enjoyed a brief bout of happiness when the YouTube app made its way back into the Windows Phone Store. The happiness was short-lived as the app was once again blocked by Google with Microsoft claiming that...

5 Minute Google Outage Estimated To Cost Google $545,000 In Revenue

08/18/2013, Just how valuable is your time, really? Some lawyers and psychologists might charge a few hundred dollars an hour for their expertise, but when you take into consideration the Internet search giant Google’s recent 5 minute outage, the amount of revenue...

Google Trekker To Capture Canals And Rivers

08/16/2013, We have seen how the Google Trekker has gone places in the past, where it has enabled one to capture Street View imagery using a backpack even in the most remote locations around the world. Well, the UK is going to get some Google Trekker lovin’ soon,...

AT&T To Begin Selling Moto X On August 23 Starting At $199

08/16/2013, Did you read through our extensive review of the Moto X and decide “Yes – I’m a believer and would like to carry that smartphone around in my pocket for the rest of my life”? It looks like you won’t have to wait long until...

Google Street View Driver Detained By Thai Villagers

08/16/2013,   We’ve heard of Google Street View drivers getting into trouble with the local authorities in the past, but one driver recently got into a little bit more trouble than simply being pulled over by the police in Japan. Instead, the driver was...

Google Cloud Storage Will Automatically Encrypt Data

08/16/2013, With all the fuss and anxiety going around regarding the NSA’s PRISM project, we’re sure there are many companies and individuals out there who might be a little concerned about their data and whether it truly is safe and secure from prying eyes. Of...

Google Translate App For Android Adds New Languages

08/15/2013, Google has recently announced that the Google Translate app for Android will receive an update, where a new bunch of languages will be supported to increase its appeal among Android users worldwide. This time around, handwriting recognition will be able...

Windows Phone YouTube App Blocked Once Again By Google

08/15/2013, Back in May the Windows Phone YouTube app was pulled from the store following a cease and desist letter from Google. The internet search giant claimed that Microsoft had developed the app without its permission and that the app violated Google’s...

Google Maps Introduces Tardis Easter Egg

08/14/2013, Are you a huge fan of the Doctor Who series? If you have answered in the affirmative, you will be pleased as punch to hear that the folks over at Google have not yet lost their sense of humor, and hopefully, it will remain that way for a long, long time....

Google Project Loon Delivers 10Mbps For Users

08/14/2013, It has been reported in the news before Bill Gates thinks that Google’s Project Loon might be cool and all, but it will not help stop folks from dying from diseases such as malaria and combat malnutrition in some of the remotest areas of the world....

Google Search Personalized Results Flipped On

08/14/2013, Google regularly keeps updating Search, which is one of its most widely used services. Since last year the company had been running a field trial of Gmail integration in Search, which would result in personalized search results being shown to users....

Google+ For Android Ditches Messenger For Hangouts

08/14/2013, Fans of Google’s social networking service, Google+, were probably pretty stoked to hear the company was rolling out some major changes to the service earlier this year that would makes changes to its layout, photos and incorporation of Hangouts....

Gmail Gets New Compose Screen

08/13/2013, It was not too long ago when we brought you word that Gmail would be on the receiving end of a full-screen option where composing an email is concerned. Now that this particular full screen compose window is now available, Google has decided that everyone...