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Can't find your phone? Google it

Now you can simply type "find my phone" into the Google search bar to instantly locate your Android smartphone

Android Apps Install Links Available Directly From Google Search

Google has added a new feature to its search engine which will enable users to download apps featured in search results. Not only will this make it easier for users to instantly download apps that they’ve searched for, it’s likely to...Show More Summary

Clever new Google search trick will instantly locate your Android phone

Google this week made it easier than ever to find your missing Android phone. All you have to do is search Google for “Find my phone” and Google will locate your device and give you the option of having it ring at full volume. You’ll...Show More Summary

Google HR boss says asking these questions will instantly improve your job interviews

Managers may want to keep interviews conversational or unique — asking weird questions like "What was the last costume you wore?" — but you'll be doing both yourself and the candidate a disservice, says Google's SVP of People Operations...Show More Summary

Google Introduces Lite Version of Mobile Search for Slow Connections by @mattsouthern

When you need instant answers to your search results, you’ll never be bogged down by a slow connection again. Google has announced a brand new, streamlined version of its mobile search interface that has been specifically designed to load fast on slow connections. Show More Summary

DuckDuckGo’s New Instant Answers Help You Find the Best Parking Spot, and More by @mattsouthern

Privacy-focused search engine DuckDuckGo recently announced the addition of several new Instant Answers to help you find more of what you need a lot faster. DuckDuckGo’s Instant Answers are similar to Google’s quick answers, in that they provide what searchers are looking for immediately without having to click through to another site. Show More Summary

Googling makes people feel smarter than they really are

3 weeks agoTechnology : Tech Talk

Finding instant answers on the Internet doesn't make you a genius, but it might feel that way

Important Question of Our Times: Why Aren't Men Getting Down With the Vibrating Vagina?

Sex toys are A-OK for women but still taboo for men. Why? “What do you think of sex toys for men?” I asked on Google+. “Not cool!” responded a guy instantly. Exactly--the general consensus seems to be that men's sex toys are creepy, hilarious and/or kind of shameful. Show More Summary

You Can Now Use Google's Voice Commands to Send Hangouts Messages

Android: Google's awesome voice commands have been able to send text messages for a while. With a recent update, however, you can finally do the same with Hangouts instant messages. Read more...

Microsoft's new videoconferencing app will fend off Google while taking on Cisco

Microsoft on Thursday released a preview of the next generation of its popular corporate videoconferencing and instant messaging software. That software was formerly known as Lync but will now be called Skype for Business. The new Skype...Show More Summary

New Google search features help you prep for your upcoming flight

Searching for flights via Google Flight has instantly become more informative and useful. Thanks to a recently inked deal with Routehappy, Google Flight users will now be able to see which upcoming flights have Wi-Fi options available...Show More Summary

Google Autocomplete Turned Into A Game

last monthHumor / odd : The Presurfer

Google Feud is a web game based on the Google API. Pick a category - there are 4: Culture, People, Names, and Questions - then the results are pulled instantly from Google's autocomplete.Google Feud provides the first half of a search query, and you fill in the rest. Your goal is to guess as many of the most popular queries as you can. The Presurfer

Hangouts and Google+

Instant messengers and video chatting go hand in hand with social networks. Facebook has Facebook Messenger, Twitter has direct messaging, and Google+ has Hangouts. However, Hangouts is a bit more than just the private messenger behind Google+ and Gmail, as Hangouts also powers one of the better live video broadcasting platforms on the net right now. Show More Summary

Google’s Art Project Chrome extension brings classic paintings to every new tab

We’re connoisseurs of great Chrome extensions here at TNW, so Google’s latest was an instant addition to our browsers. Google Art Project, developed by the Google Cultural Institute, puts fine art on every new tab you open. The extension shows great artworks from the collections of museums and galleries around the world. Show More Summary

Momofuku Ando: Inventor of instant ramen artfully saluted with Google Noodle Doodle

AUTHOR’s NOTE: Three minutes ago, I poured hot water over a Nissin “Souper Meal” of instant ramen. The goal of this article is to inform readers so efficiently that they can finish this article before, finished myself, I’ve set down my chopsticks. —M.C.Read full article >>

Blackberry Ltd (BBRY)’s BBM Hits 100 Million Downloads on Google Inc (GOOGL)’s Play Store

Blackberry Ltd (NASDAQ:BBRY) has proudly announced hitting a major milestone for the company. After only one year and a half of being available on the Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL) Play Store, Blackberry’s instant messaging app, BBM, has been downloaded 100 million times as reported on CNET. “100 million is great, but a billion is even better. BBM […]

Google pays homage to inventor of instant ramen

He invented instant ramen, that favorite of college students.        

Today's Google Doodle Honors Instant Noodle Inventor Momofuku Ando

"Just add a little hot water and go from hungry to happy in record time." Today would have been the 105th birthday of Momofuku Ando, inventor of instant ramen and Cup Noodles, the college dorm room staple, and one of the quickest meals known to modern man. Ando, a Taiwanese-Japanese businessman, founded Nissin Food Products Co., Ltd. Show More Summary

Today’s Google Doodle Celebrates Celebrates the Inventor of Instant Ramen

Here's the doodle. Taiwanese-Japanese businessman Momofuku Ando is credited with introducing the world to instant ramen: In 1958, he founded Nissin Foods, a company that popularized Cup Noodles, among other products. He believed that...Show More Summary

New Google Doodle Honors Instant Noodle Inventor Momofuku Ando

2 months agoNews : NewsFeed

Peel off lid. Pour boiling water. Steep for three minutes. Stir well and serve.

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