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Google Has A Hi-Res ‘Art Camera’ That Helps Preserve Artwork

05/17/2016, Thanks to technology, cataloguing great works of art can now be done digitally, meaning that information can be scanned and kept in digital format where it is easier to maintain and to share. Google wants to help do their part as well which is why the...

Android Pay Not Quite Ready For UK Launch Just Yet

05/17/2016, It goes without saying that with Google I/O right around the corner, there will be plenty of whispers going around concerning all things Google, ranging from their latest products to services. Well, there is one particular aspect that does seem to have...

Xiaomi May Unveil Something New At Google I/O 2016

05/17/2016, The Google I/O 2016 developer conference is just around the corner and it appears that one of the biggest companies from China is going to have a big presence at the event. Xiaomi itself has confirmed today that it’s going to be a part of Google I/O...

Google I/O 2016 Can Be Streamed In Virtual Reality

05/17/2016, With virtual reality set to become the next big thing, you can be sure that many companies are looking to take advantage of it as much as possible. In fact earlier this year, Samsung decided to stream their MWC announcement in virtual reality, and now it...

YouTube For iOS Updated With Google Cardboard Support

05/16/2016, When it comes to VR headsets for iOS users, unfortunately it seems that one of the few options available to them would be Google Cardboard (versus Android where you have your pick of Samsung’s Gear VR or the LG 360 CAM). The good news is that if...

Waze Testing New Carpooling Service In San Francisco

05/16/2016, Waze, a company owned by Google, has started testing a new carpooling service in the San Francisco Bay Area. The test in the Bay Area follows a similar pilot that the company conducted in Israel last year. The service can be accessed using the Waze Rider...

Ads Coming To Google Image Search

05/16/2016, Ads contribute a significant chunk to Google’s bottom line every quarter so it’s not surprising to see the company expand them to more of its products. Google Search is one of the most lucrative products that the company has and while...

Spaces Is Google’s New Tool For Small Group Sharing

05/16/2016, Google is aiming to make small group sharing easy with a new tool that it has introduced today called Spaces. It aims to streamline the entire process by eliminating the need to switch between multiple apps to copy and paste links, ensure that things...

Chromecast Could Soon Support Facebook For Android Video Streaming

05/16/2016, Facebook hosts a lot of videos, and if you were wondering when you’d be able to stream those videos from your phone to your TV via the Google Chromecast dongle, you’ll be happy to learn that it is a feature that could be arriving soon. This is thanks...

Police Surveillance Disguised As Google Maps Car

05/16/2016, While you probably shouldn’t be speeding, chances are if you are speeding and you see a police car in front of you, you will slow down. However if you didn’t see a police car and maybe saw a car that looks like it could be a Google Maps car, chances...

Google To Start Blocking Flash In Chrome This Year

05/16/2016, Adobe’s Flash platform is no longer what it used to be. Granted it helped pave the way for the dynamic websites that we all know today, but these days it is pretty obvious that web developers tend to favor HTML5 more than Flash. In fact last year Google...

‘Android VR’ Confirmed, Spotted On Google’s Developer Site

05/13/2016, Google’s virtual reality efforts right now pretty much just consists of the Google Cardboard, whose design they have licensed out to third-party companies who are offering up more colorful and fancy-look variants. However there have been rumors to...

Google Looking To Hire Drivers For Their Self-Driving Cars

05/12/2016, Have you ever wondered what it could be like to drive a self-driving car? We suppose if you’re looking for the commercial version of a self-driving car, we reckon the closest you could get to at the moment would be a Tesla with Autopilot mode. Either...