New Google Earth features, PayPal makes house calls, AC/DC starts streaming, Pokemon Shuffle on mobile, and Super Mario makes an Unreal appearance. Google Earth Adds New Features at 10 Feeling old. Google Earth is 10, iPhone is 8 today and almost no one I know remembers the Chronic album from 1992. Show More Summary
Every day Google processes more than a million takedown requests, sent in by dozens of specialized anti-piracy outfits. While most of these companies play by the rules, some insiders believe that a few intentionally submit bogus notices to boost their numbers. Source: TorrentFreak, for the latest info on copyright, file-sharing, torrent sites and the best VPN services.
Ahead of Apple Music’s launch on June 30, rival Google […]
Free Google Play Music, Amazon Echoes, Samsung hates Windows, Gmail enables Undo Send, Seinfeld lands on Hulu, and Lexus teases a real hoverboard. Google Play Music Goes Free Google has added a free, ad-supported tier to Google Play Music. Show More Summary
Starting today in India, one can use Google Play prepaid vouchers to purchase digital content on Google Play. Over the coming weeks,
Hooray! You finally got a new Android smartphone! The Google Play Store and its plethora of options can be overwhelming for anyone. So instead of blindly downloading a crazy number of apps, let’s concentrate on the essential apps you need to get. Show More Summary
Forget about Google collecting all your data. We already know that the tech-giant knows what you had for dinner last night and that your dog has got fleas. A more pressing question is how safe are you when using an app store? The nature...Show More Summary
Posted by randfish A frequently asked question in the SEO world is whether or not branding plays a part in Google's ranking algorithm. There's a short answer with a big asterisk, and in today's Whiteboard Friday, Rand explains what you need to know. For reference, here's a still of this week's whiteboard. Show More Summary
Recently, Google Inc has been working toward making its […]
WTF Emoji Clickbait, Lenovo Casts its line, Google Play age ratings, Facebook meets Harry Potter, a Humble Nindie Bundle for Nintendo fans, and the music video which finds your finger. Merriam-Webster Embraces Clickbait Merriam-Webster has added 1,700 new words and phrases to its Unabridged dictionary. Show More Summary
In regular Google SEO, paid links and advertising are negative link-building signals, but sometimes Google works with double standards. It seems both Google Play and the iOS App Store love all your installs, paid or not.
Google dropped an API bomb on developers this week with the release of Play Services 7.3.
In recent times, Android developers have faced an uphill battle to gain visibility among users who visit the Play Store. Because millions of applications are available on the Google Play Store, the challenge has been to get users to find your application and then to keep them engaged with it.
Google supports XP, uTorrent stops mining, Apple Watch is unavailable, switch from Spotify to Tidal, play the net neutrality game, and enjoy the new Star Wars trailer. Google Extends Chrome Support on XP Google "will continue to provide...Show More Summary
Since its introduction more than 2 years ago, Google Drive Realtime API has played a key part in helping developers integrate collaborative features for their files in Google Drive. Features have been added at a steady pace and have included undo/redo, import/export functionality, moving items between lists, and more.
Google’s upcoming mobile virtual network operating (MVNO) play may be known as “Project Fi” and offer pay per gigabyte plans, according a report today. Android Police claims in a post to have discovered an app for the service named Tycho, … Continue reading ?
So, you want to start streaming video on the Internet? That’s great! Whether you want people to watch you play games, or you want to host a podcast, you will need some software to do the job. A quick look at Google will introduce you to two major players: Open Broadcaster Software (OBS) and XSplit. Show More Summary
With nearly three million active users FrostWire is one of the most popular Android apps but a few hours ago the BitTorrent client and media downloader disappeared from the Play store. Google cites a YouTube related violation of the Developer Distribution Agreement. Source: TorrentFreak, for the latest info on copyright, file-sharing, torrent sites and anonymous VPN services.