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Google Drive Lets Users Pick Which Folders To Sync

04/15/2016, The other day Google pushed out an update to its Google Photos app that basically allowed users to select which photos they want to backup. If you’re looking to upload photos in their original resolution that’s above 16MP, this feature will help you...

Chrome Extension Lets You Save Stuff To Google

04/14/2016, On mobile devices there’s an app called Pocket that lets you save articles and whatnot for viewing later. This comes in handy if you’re running low on battery or if you’re busy but don’t want to forget about it later when you have more time. Now...

Google Photos Gets Manual Backup Feature

04/13/2016, One of the best things about Google Photos is that backing up and storing your photos is free. There is a caveat and that is only photos below 16MP can be stored for free. If you own a professional DSLR that packs more than 16MP under the hood, then you...

Samsung Might Have Revealed Android N’s Version Number

04/13/2016, Last month Google released the developer preview of Android N. Unfortunately the developer preview did not give us any inkling as to what the latest build of Android will be called, or what version number it will be, but now thanks to Samsung, it seems...

Google Adds Goals To Google Calendar

04/13/2016, Say your wedding is coming up in 6 months and your goal is to lose a couple of pounds so that you’ll look good in your tux/dress and in photos. That’s a goal you can set for yourself on pretty much any app, whether it be an email reminder to yourself,...

Verizon & Google Reportedly Interested In Yahoo As Well

04/07/2016, Last we heard, Yahoo had decided that they will be selling off its core interest business and Microsoft was named as one of the potential investors interested in acquiring the company. However according to a recent report from Bloomberg, it seems that...

Google’s Self-Driving Cars Are Coming To Phoenix, Arizona

04/07/2016, Google started testing its self-driving car technology a couple of years ago. The tests were initially limited to its campus in Mountain View, California but the company has gradually put its autonomous cars on public roads after completing various legal...

Android N Dev Preview Could Extend To Non-Nexus Devices

04/06/2016, Google released Android N’s developer preview last month and as expected and as we have seen in previous cases, the developer preview is only available to those with Nexus devices. This is a bit unfortunate for those who do not own Nexus devices but...

Chrome Gets Native Push Notifications On Mac

04/06/2016, One major change is coming to Google Chrome for Mac. For a long time, the browser has used its own notification system that was developed before the built-in versions arrived on both Windows and OS X. Now, there’s a new option for Chrome users on...

Modder Gives Retro TV A Modern Makeover With Chromecast

04/06/2016, If you love being able to stream content from your phone to your TV, chances are the Google Chromecast is an affordable accessory you’ll want to pick up. While chances are most people use their Chromecasts with their modern televisions, YouTuber Dr....

Google Releases Tool To Measure Touch Latency On Android Devices

04/06/2016, There are many reasons as to why an app on a phone might not be running as smoothly as it should. It could be that the phone’s hardware is old and there might not be enough RAM to handle the app properly. Or maybe it could be that the app was not...

Google’s Focus Reportedly More On AR, Not On VR

04/05/2016, With so many big name tech companies hopping on board the virtual reality bandwagon, it did not come as a surprise to learn that according to the rumors, Google has bigger plans for virtual reality apart from the Google Cardboard headset. However it seems...

Android 6.0 Marshmallow Distribution Now At 4.6%

04/05/2016, It has been several months since Google released Android 6.0 Marshmallow. However last month the distribution figures for the update showed that it was only installed on about 2.3% of all Android devices which is admittedly rather low. However the good...