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Google Play Newsstand Gets A More Relevant Makeover

11/18/2016, If you use an Android phone, there’s a good chance you probably also use Google Now which seems to do a good job at sometimes highlighting stories in the news that might be of interest to you. However if you are more of a Google Play Newsstand user,...

Google Clamping Down On Unauthorized Pixel Phone Resellers

11/17/2016, According to various user reports, it seems that Google has started to go after unauthorized Pixel phone resellers, and they are going after them hard. The reports are claiming that Google has basically suspended the accounts of hundreds of people who...

Google Maps Will Now Show Toilet Locations In India

11/17/2016, Google and India’s Ministry of Urban Development have teamed up to create a toilet locator tool for Google Maps. The app is now going to show toilet locations to users in India. This partnership seeks to tackle the country’s infamous toilet...

Google Allo Updated With Themes, Suggested Stickers, And More

11/16/2016, By all accounts it seems that Google wants Allo to be their next big messenger platform. Before this Hangouts was Google’s de facto messenger app, but now that it has been relegated to business/enterprise users, Allo is Google’s new endeavor. Initial...

Google Translate Gets A Neural Machine Translation Upgrade

11/15/2016, For anyone who has ever used a translation service like Google Translate is probably more than aware that sometimes it’s not the most accurate. Translating single words isn’t too bad, but give it more complex sentences and that’s where it starts to...

Google WiFi Now Available For Pre-Order

11/15/2016, While Google’s OnHub router is more of your typical router for the home or office, last month Google took the wraps off Google WiFi, a hockey puck-shaped looking device that seemed to be both router and WiFi extender combined into one. For those who are...

Google Launches PhotoScan App That Helps Scan & Store Old Photos

11/15/2016, In today’s modern age of smartphones and digital cameras, taking photos and developing them using film is no longer considered the norm, but rather a specialized hobby of sorts. Sure, there are still tons of people out there who love the film format,...

Hulu App Gets Daydream Support

11/15/2016, Google announced its Daydream virtual reality platform earlier this year. It has already launched a Daydream View virtual reality headset and opened up the platform to developers so that they can create new experiences and apps for Daydream. Over the...

Google’s RAISR Upscales Images Using Machine Learning

11/14/2016, Back in the day when displays would max out at 800×600 resolutions, having images measure 640×480 wasn’t a big deal. In fact it was considered to be pretty big back then. Fast forward to today with monitors reaching up to 5K, clearly an image...

Google To Restrict Fake-News Websites From Using AdSense

11/14/2016, With the internet making self-publishing so easy these days, anyone can literally create a brand new website in minutes and claim to produce “news”, when in reality they might simply be creating fake headlines and news to generate views, which in turn...

Google’s Self-Driving Cars Can Now Make Three-Point Turns

11/14/2016, If you find yourself in a tight spot when you’re driving and you’re trying to get out, you might resort to the three-point turn. Of course depending on your skill and how you judge distance and space, you could make a three-point turn, or you might...

Google Play Music Gets A Major Revamp

11/14/2016, As much as Google would love for us to use all of their products and services, when we think of music streaming, there’s a good chance you might think of other platforms like Spotify, Apple Music, Tidal, Pandora, and so on, and not necessarily Google...

Google Pixel Gets Hacked In Under A Minute

11/13/2016, A team of white-hat hackers from China was able to hack Google’s Pixel flagship smartphone in less than a minute at the PwnFest hacking competition in Seoul, South Korea. The team demonstrated an exploit which enabled remote code execution on the...