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Gmail Will No Longer Support Chrome 53 And Below

02/01/2017, There are some users who feel the need to upgrade to a major operating system whenever a new version is released, and then there are those who are content to keep using the current version until there is really no choice. This is because sometimes some...

Google Allo For Android Drops Out Of Top 500 Apps Chart

02/01/2017, Despite all of the initial hype associated with the launch of its new messaging application, it appears that Google Allo has fallen out of the Top 500 free apps chart on the Play Store. You can head over to the Play Store right now and check out the chart...

Google Super Bowl 51 Ad Will Cost $5 Million

02/01/2017, Great advertisements have become a part of the Super Bowl experience over the years so there’s always a lot of excitement to see which products companies will try to hawk during the game and in what manner will they try to capture viewers’...

Google Updates Snapseed Photo Editing App With Curves Tool

01/31/2017, If you’ve ever edited photos on your computer, there’s a good chance that you might have turned to the use of the curve tool, which is actually a pretty powerful tool that helps adjust the brightness and colors of a photo. Unfortunately this is a tool...

SoundHound Wants To Take On Google And Amazon In AI

01/31/2017, When it comes to AI-based voice assistants, SoundHound actually arrived before Amazon’s Alexa with their Hound platform, which based on initial testing appears to be more than capable of holding its own. However it did not quite take off the same way as...

Google Makes Chrome Open-Source For iOS

01/31/2017, When it comes to mobile browsers, there are several that you can choose from, although for the most part many users are content with the default browsers on their phones, such as Safari for iOS and Chrome for Android. However it is possible that the...

Android 7.1.2 Won’t Be Released For Nexus 6 And Nexus 9

01/31/2017, Even though both of these devices have been upgraded to Android 7.0 Nougat, it has been confirmed that the Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 won’t receive the Android 7.1.2 Nougat update that’s due in a couple of months. There’s actually a rather...

Motorola Offers Opinion On Why Google’s Project Ara Failed

01/30/2017, As you might have heard, Google has pretty much shelved their plans for a modular smartphone in the form of Project Ara. It is a bit disappointing that the project came to such an abrupt end considering how close Google was to releasing it commercially,...

A VR Film Has Been Nominated For An Oscar

01/29/2017, Over the years we’ve seen how movies evolved, going from silent black and white movies, to today where the action and characters on screen feel like they’re reaching out to us thanks to the use of 3D. Virtual reality also appears to be the next...

Google I/O 2017 Confirmed For 17-19 May

01/29/2017, Last week Google posted a mysterious puzzle which many seemed to speculate could be about revealing the dates for Google I/O 2017. Turns out that when you have the collective internet trying to solve such a puzzle, it didn’t take long before it was...

Google Almost Broke The Web With An Unreleased Chrome 56 Feature

01/29/2017, When apps are widely used by internet users around the world, developers need to be very careful with the changes and new features that they add to it. We’ve seen mishaps where software updates can sometimes brick devices which results in hundred if not...

Chrome Will Now Reload Pages Faster Than Before

01/29/2017, If you’re someone who camps out auction websites hoping to place a last minute bid to secure your item, then you know that reloading times of a website are important. This is the same for those hoping to purchase limited edition items online or buying...

Google Docs For Mobile Adds Image Resizing Features

01/27/2017, There is a good reason why despite how far along our smartphones and tablets have come, there are still many who prefer using a laptop to do their work while on the movie. There’s something about mobile apps that sometimes isn’t quite as robust...