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Google is an Internet Search company with profits mainly derived from its AdWords advertising program. Google is also known for other high-profile web-related products such as Chrome, GMail, Google Docs or Google Map, and it has also made a very successful entry into the mobile handset market with its Android mobile operating system. The company was created in 1998 and went public in 2004. Google is one of the most visited site in the world.


Google wants to help you plan your wedding

02/11/2011, Do you think that Google is trying to integrate itself too much into our lives? Well, you might not want to hear this, but Google has rolled out a dedicated site to help you create your own wedding site, edit photos and plan the wedding using Google’s...

Google not invited to Facebook’s party

02/11/2011, Looks like the two Silicon Valley giants, Facebook and Google aren’t going to give up their ground so easily as the war rages on, with the former requiring app developers to use only in-app advertising from approved vendors. Of course, it is no...

Google gets advanced sign-in security

02/10/2011, Google knows that data security is of utmost importance – and the Internet search giant has just introduced new methods to further secure your activities online. Your Gmail account, photos, and private documents more or less tend to rely on the same...

Google steps up security with 2-step verification

02/10/2011, In today’s age where everybody is connected to the internet and storing important information online, security has become a major concern for online services everywhere. Google recognizes this issue and has decided to improve their security for...

Google Android 2.3.3 receives NFC support with tweak

02/10/2011, Google might soon make big strides with its Android 2.3.3 operating system since a recent tweak throws in support for Near Field Communications (NFC). Currently, its Nexus S smartphone that is manufactured by Samsung comes with limited read only support,...

Facebook and Google face off over Twitter purchase

02/10/2011, Among the two notable companies that are interested in snapping up Twitter would be Google and Facebook, with both of them already having held low level takeover talks with Twitter which could have resulted in a valuation as high as $10 billion, at least...

Google I/O 2011 event sold out

02/08/2011, ‘The annual Google I/O event was sold out in just under an hour – we’re talking about 59 minutes to be exact. Yeah, this is clearly an improvement by leaps and bounds, considering the 2010 event took 10 days to sell out, with the 2009...

Google Priority Inbox hits mobile Gmail versions

02/07/2011, Those who have been using the mobile Gmail web app for the longest time will be pleased to know that the Priority Inbox function is now available, where it will help you prevent from being flooded by too much information simply by identifying important...

Android 2.4 to arrive in April?

02/07/2011, Android fans that love complexity will love to hear the latest rumors that are going around. Apparently Viewsonic’s recently announced ViewPad 4 smartphone will be powered by Android 2.4 when it’s launched in April and the operating system is capable...

Google Chrome 9 hits the streets

02/06/2011, Google has just rolled out the latest version of Chrome, boasting support for multiple new features at the same time (that’s the least we can expect, right?). Google so far will not label Chrome with a version number, but we do know that the...

Android 3.0 Honeycomb won’t be on smartphones anytime soon

02/03/2011, Bad news for those looking forward to receive the delicious Honeycomb on their Android smartphones – Google has mentioned that Honeycomb (Android 3.0) will not be coming to smartphones anytime soon. When Google’s spokesman, Andrew Kovacs, was...

Honeycomb tablets to support encryption

02/03/2011, Looks like RIM are going to have some competition in the enterprise sector when it comes to business-friendly features of their operating system. RIM has been well-known for implementing top-notch security and data encryption features in the BlackBerry OS...

Google officially shows off Honeycomb

02/02/2011, Today at the Android-themed Google event, Google proudly gave an in-depth demonstration of the latest version of the Android operating system. Android 3.0, or better known as Honeycomb, is the first version of Android that has been optimized for tablets,...

Google Shopper arrives on the iOS platform

02/02/2011, While Sony’s Reader app has failed to make the cut in the App Store, it is a happy ending for Google and their Shopper app, being a free download and all. Google Shopper for iOS basically lets you look for a product by name, doing so with a voice...