Star Wars: The Force Awakens Available For Pre-Order From Google Play

We know, Star Wars: The Force Awakens has only just been released and is barely half a week old. However if you loved the movie so much and can’t wait to watch it again, maybe from the comfort of your own home without the crowd, sticky cinema floors, and overpriced popcorn and drinks, you’re in luck, sort of. It seems that Google has started to take pre-orders for Star Wars: […]

Explore The White House With VR Technology

If you think that you have some pretty swanky Christmas decorations for your home this year, you can be sure that there will be other people out there who will be able to outdo you, that’s for sure. The White House is not exempt from having that Christmas mood, as Google managed to gain access to its hallowed hallways, revealing a 360-degree video that showcases an impressive array of Christmas […]

Google Giving Chromecast Users 2 Months Free CBS All Access

If you’re the proud owner of a Google Chromecast, or if you are planning on getting one, you will be pleased to learn that Google has an offer that you might want to check out. We suppose it could be seen as a Christmas present of sorts but if you’re a Chromecast user, you will be able get a free 2 months subscription to CBS All Access. This offer will […]

Google May Launch Online Poll To Decide Android N’s Name

It is no secret that the next major build of Android will be called Android N, but what does the “N” stand for? Right now we have Android M where M is known as Marshmallow, and previously we had Lollipop, before that KitKat, Jelly Bean, Ice Cream Sandwich, and etc., you get the idea. So what will N be known as? The good news is that you could play a […]


Google Will Favor HTTPS Sites In Search Results

Last year Google announced that websites that use HTTPS encryption will get a bump in search rankings, but given that it’s been a year Google has decided to step things up a bit and will now begin indexing HTTPS websites by default in their search results. This means that your search results should yield more HTTPS websites than before. According to Google, “As a natural continuation of this, today we’d […]

Split Screen Functionality Could Arrive In Android 6.1

With our phone sizes being so big these days, having some kind of split screen functionality would no doubt come in handy. According to a report from last week, it was revealed by Google that they are working on the feature and that it come come in the next iteration of Android, which by all accounts should be Android N. However there is a chance that it might arrive slightly […]

Google Could Soon Introduce System-Wide Translation To Android

Want to translate something on your phone? If it is a phrase or a word, all you’d have to do is copy and paste it into the Google Translate app. However recently Google has made it a bit easier by allowing developers to include the translation feature within their app, thus allowing users to translate a sentence without having to switch apps. It’s a great idea and a convenient feature, […]

Google Self-Driving Car Division Might Become A Separate Company

Google has been working on self-driving cars for a very long time now, for years the unit has remained part and parcel of Google, but with the major corporate level shakeup that happened at Mountain View earlier this year it looks like the company’s self-driving car division may spinoff into a separate company, if a new report is to be believed.

Google Brings Templates To Mobile Version Of Docs, Sheets, Slides

If you’re someone who relies heavily on Google’s productivity tools like Docs, Sheets, or Slides for work or school, there’s a good chance that apart from the web version of the apps, you’ve probably downloaded the mobile versions as well. The good news is that Google has recently issued an update that will help boost your productivity and make their apps more useful. Prior to the update if you wanted […]

YouTube Offline To Get Additional Features In The Future

One of the features of YouTube Red is the ability for users to save videos for offline viewing. This is a feature that users in the US will have to pay $9.99 a month for. However over in India and other emerging markets where internet connectivity isn’t so stable, such features are being offered for free. In fact it was back in 2014 that YouTube launched YouTube Offline that basically […]

Google Releases Nine New Designer Android Wear Watch Faces

If you own an Android Wear device and you’re looking to class it up a bit, you might be interested to learn that Google has recently announced the release of nine new Android Wear watch faces. These aren’t your typical watch faces as these have been designed by several luxury fashion brands. According to Google, “But a watch’s physical design isn’t the only way to express your style with Android […]

Google Will “Pay” You To Use Android Pay

Back in November Google announced that for every $1 you spent using Android Pay, they would donate some money to a charity. In case Google’s altruistic gesture wasn’t enough to convince you to start using Android Pay, what if we told you that there is now something in it for you as well, besides the feeling of having done some charity? Google’s latest Android Pay promotion involves giving you money, […]

Google Play Books Updated With Night Light Feature

If you’ve ever tried using your smartphone in the dark, like when you’re in the cinema or if it is at night and the lights are off, you know how glaring your screens can be. What would have been considered a boon in the day now seems to be hurting your eyes at night, especially if you’re trying to read websites or your e-books. Now if you typically get your […]

Project Fi Supports Tablets And Internet-Only Devices

Google’s very own mobile network, Project Fi, was announced in April earlier this year, and here we are with some updates on it. A Project Fi support page for tablets and “other compatible devices” has already gone live earlier today, where far more details concerning it has been shared. With this in mind, does it mean that Project Fi is about to be launched officially? Let us keep our fingers […]