05/21/2013, The beta of Chrome app launcher for Mac OS X has been released. It presents an easy way to launch Chrome web apps from the desktop.
05/21/2013, Google Checkout is expected to be retired on November 20.
05/21/2013, The problem Google Voice users have experienced in Hangouts will soon be fixed.
05/20/2013, A new leak suggests that CDMA compatible version of Motorola X Phone is also being developed, which will bring support for Sprint and Verizon networks.
05/20/2013, AT&T has confirmed that it will support all mobile video chat apps regardless of device or data plan by the end of 2013.
05/20/2013, Google has released a new Google+ Android app. Major improvements have been made to the photo and location features.
05/20/2013, Google Voice has been crippled when users attempt to make or receive calls on their computer while using Gmail.
05/20/2013, Chromebooks do not have any built-in capability to access local content (LAN) in its native mode because there is no access to the chromeOS filesystem to mount a network shared resource. I wish there was a “browse network” feature in the ChromeOS file...
05/20/2013, Google has announced it will allow its Field Trip users to gain free access to 13 museums.
05/20/2013, It seems that Google might have something to announce later today, or at least that’s what has been hinted at in a recent post by Google’s very own Vic Gundotra who in his Google+ post, revealed he was struggling to sleep and that he cannot wait until...
05/19/2013, YouTube has just turned 8, and I am quite sure that nobody ever figured out that a site like YouTube could have exploded to being what it is today. In fact, just as YouTube celebrates its 8th birthday (many happy returns of the day!), it has achieved yet...
05/19/2013, Google Offers service has now been integrated in to Google+ with save and share features.
05/19/2013, Google has submitted a new media player device to the FCC for approval, this is believed to be the revamped Nexus Q.
05/17/2013, Right on the heels of a very successful Google I/O conference during which Google has shows on stage that Chrome was becoming as good on mobile as it is on desktop, the company also launched a new television ad that I’ve seen a couple of time on...