You don’t want anyone to know what videos you are uploading, watching, liking, commenting on or any of your activity from YouTube to show on your Google+ page or stream. The good news is, there is an update concerning that, YouTube will no longer automatically post your activity (uploads, liked videos and so on) on … Continue reading YouTube will no longer auto post User’s actions on Social Networks
Google’s services are not available in China, but that isn’t stopping it from making a significant investment in a company based on Chinese soil. The U.S. search giant is backing Mobvoi, a three-year-old company specializing in mobile voice technology. The duo already have business ties. Mobvoi is the company that Google picked to bring Android … Continue reading Google Invests In Mobvoi, Its Android Wear Partner In China
When the Supreme Court issued its historic ruling on Friday legalizing same-sex marriage across the U.S., many of the biggest technology companies embraced the decision with characteristic flair through social media, on their sites, and with tools that others could use to show their support as well. Companies like Google, Microsoft, Motorola Mobility, Uber and … Continue reading Tim Cook, Facebook, Google and Tech Giants throw their Support for Same-Sex Marriage
One way of shamelessly making anything you make – especially online – seem like the greatest thing ever is testimonials. Not just in the actual section of a webpage or area dedicated for them, but choosing the best ones to put in the body of text meant to describe your “thing.” Google knows this and … Continue reading Google Bans User Testimonials in Play Store Apps
Over the past 18 months, Intel has been striking on the Chromebook market as the said market grows as more and more content is placed and trusted to the cloud. The company, that makes many CPU chips and graphics, wants to help customers switching to a Chromebook device to have a much easier time with … Continue reading Intel Easy Migration App sends data from your device to a Chromebook
The leisurely window-shopper might be forgiven for feeling rather ambivalent towards Christmas, a time of lavish shop-displays – and of crowds of people getting in the way. Google’s latest online tool solves this problem, by allowing you to tread the streets of world shopping capitals such as London and New York. The tool, Google Maps … Continue reading Window shop this Holiday season at home with the help of Google Maps
The company is working on a new Android version that will power a car’s entertainment and navigation systems, connect it to the Internet, and integrate with the vehicle’s sensors, a Reuters report says. Sometime in the not-too-distant future, cars from many automakers could feature a version of Google’s Android operating system built directly into the … Continue reading Google plans to add Android directly into your vehicle
Google is literally hitting the road to promote the potential of the internet in Bangladesh. The company today launched ‘Google Bus Bangladesh’, an educational program aimed at teaching key digital skills to more than half a million students in the South Asian country. There are some outlandish programs to help connect the world’s population — … Continue reading Google Tour Bus will pass through Bangladesh To Help 500,000 Students Learn About The Internet
On Friday of last week, Google boss Larry Page sent out a memo to staff that Sundar Pichai – the man responsible for Android, Chrome, and Google Apps, will be taking on the responsibility of even more Google products. These products include Maps, Search, Research, Commerce, Ads, Infrastructure, and Google+. Page said that the move … Continue reading Larry Page; the main man of Google; puts Sundar Pichai in control of more of Google’s products.
From simple text links to rich media ads, Google has continued it’s bid to optimize revenue for it’s publishers and subsequently gain more advertisers. According to a blog post in Adsense official blog, Google has rolled out two brand new ad sizes – 970 x 250 Billboard and the 300 x 1050 Portrait – that will … Continue reading Two More Ad Sizes For Adsense Publishers: You Can Earn Bigger!
Today Dell and Microsoft announced that they have signed an agreement relating to intellectual property, which will see the two companies “license each company’s applicable” patents regarding Android and Chrome OS devices, as well as Xbox consoles. So Dell will pay Microsoft dollars when it ships devices running Google’s operating systems. The companies mention Xbox … Continue reading Microsoft And Dell Sign Patent Royalty Agreement For Google’s OS
Starting from December last year, Google has acquired at least six robots companies or companies creating technologies used in the development of robotics. The acquisition of Boston Dynamic (the creators of Big Dog) on December last year and the recent acquisition of DeepMind Technologies has made a few people to wonder about Google’s actual intentions for buying all those … Continue reading Here is What Google is Doing with all those Robots!
Motorola Mobility is being sold to Lenovo, in a deal worth $2.91B. Google is divesting itself of the handset division it purchased for $12.5B in 2011, but it will keep some of the assets — including patents. “Google will maintain ownership of the vast majority of the Motorola Mobility patent portfolio, including current patent applications … Continue reading Google Keeps ‘Vast Majority’ Of Motorola Mobility Patents In Sale To Lenovo
Some of us here have been enjoying the photo editing feature on Google+ since its introduction in November, 2013 but I believe a great number of you are yet to know about this feature and how to use it. As one of it’s techniques to land you on Google+, Google has integrated an amazing photo editing … Continue reading Google+ Image Enhancement Tool: How to Edit your Photos on Google+
Google yesterday, announced that they’ve acquired Boston Dynamics. Now, if you remember Boston Dynamics: they are the creators of quad- and bi-pedal robots like Big Dog and PETMAN. This is Google’s eighth robotics acquisition. The company, however did not disclose the details of the sale.The announcement appeared in the New York Times where Boston Dynamics … Continue reading Google Acquires Boston Dynamics, Creator Of Big Dog
Everyone knows that Google Maps is the ruler when it comes to mapping services (Nokia map lies just somewhere by the side). There is no doubt about that whatsoever. You can use it in your mobile phone as an app or in a browser. Although Google Maps is loaded with tons of effective features, few … Continue reading How to Make the Most of Google Maps