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Google Glass XE9 Software Update Frees It From Tethering

09/16/2013, Google Glass will require an active data connection if you want it to function to its maximum capability, which means it would make plenty of sense for those living Stateside to purchase a Bluetooth tethering plan from your carrier, should you want to use...

Nexus 5 With Android 4.4 KitKat Rumored For 14th October Launch

09/16/2013, When Google unveiled the Android 4.4 KitKat statue, the highlight was not the giant chocolate statue, but rather the fact that a mysterious device was caught on video. The device featured the Nexus branding on the back and many speculated that this could...

Google Coder Allows You To Build Raspberry Pi Apps In A Browser

09/12/2013, We have seen our fair share of projects that have involved the super small Raspberry Pi computer, and most of these are just pure genius in nature. There is always the line that we would like to cross from time to time, pushing the boundaries to explore...

Hangouts On Air Gets Q&A Feature

09/12/2013, Google Hangouts on Air is a service that can be used to broadcast a Hangouts group video call to as many people around the world as you want. The service has been used to broadcast online classes, concerts and even political debates. One feature has...

Galapagos Islands Get The Google Panorama Touch

09/12/2013, Man, time sure passes by quickly when you are not keeping track of it. This week so happens to be the 178th anniversary of Darwin’s discovery of the Galapagos Islands. Google has partnered with the Directorate of the Galapagos National Park and Charles...

Google+ Gets Snapseed Photo Editing Features

09/11/2013, Back in 2012, Google acquired Nik Software, the developer behind the popular iOS photo editing app Snapseed. Google reassured Snapseed users that they would not be killing off the software, and released a version for Android as well. Now it looks like...

Intel Haswell Based Chromebooks Announced

09/11/2013, An entirely new lineup of Chromebooks has been announced at Intel’s IDF 2013 conference today. These Chromebooks are based on Intel’s Haswell processors which not only offer greater performance, but increased battery life as well. It is said...

Google Refused To Comply With Pirate Bay Homepage Takedown Request

09/11/2013, Google receives takedown requests of all sorts, copyright holders request the internet search giant to block URLs that contain pirated content.  The BPI (British Recorded Music Industry) Ltd actively sends such requests to Google, according to an...

Wi-Fi Sniffing Could Be Classed As Wiretapping, Google Told

09/10/2013, Google did promise to pay out up to $7 million as well as get rid of a bevy of information and data that they picked up via unsecured Wi-Fi networks through the use of their Street View cars, where among them include user passwords, emails, and other...

Google Play Website Gets A New Logo

09/10/2013, Just the other day a more flatter version of the Google logo was revealed in the Chrome Beta for Android app. However it was not a new logo that Google plans to use as its main logo, but rather a slightly redesigned logo that would be used in situations...

Google Upgrades Gmail For Feature Phones

09/10/2013, I am not quite sure which country you live in, but chances are pretty high that everywhere you turn these days – especially in urban areas, you would end up looking at majority of the population be glued onto their smartphone. How many people do you...

Google Glass Update Adds Song Recognition, Photo Vignettes, More

09/10/2013, Google published an application for its Google Glass called MyGlass late last week that would allow Android users to be able to control their wearable device. Today, Google is rolling out a new update to Google Glass itself that will add a total of four...

New And Flatter Google Logo Spotted In Chrome Beta For Android

09/09/2013, Just the other day Yahoo announced a new logo which was met with mixed reviews, and now it looks like Google could be unveiling a new logo as well. Thanks to the folks at Ars Technica, they have managed to unearth what appears to be a new Google logo in...