Google's email service Gmail provided you with two different view modes for quite some time. The default view mode that is currently using quite an assortment of technologies, colors, and other features, and the Basic HTML View mode which has been designed primarily for speed and fast access. Show More Summary
Earlier today a video began circulating that showed what appeared to be a Yahoo project that would be aimed at the virtual assistant market currently dominated by Siri and Google Now. The video, which was posted earlier today by Android Police, shows a man driving around speaking to an app which recognizes his voice. Show More Summary
Just in time for the holiday season, the team at Shelby.tv has concocted an infographic that compares and contrasts the various web-to-TV devices currently on the market. The graphic includes Apple TV, Google's Chromecast, and both the...Show More Summary
Microsoft appears to be taking a page from Google's approach to core software updates: it just launched standalone Xbox Music and Xbox Video apps for Windows Phone 8 users. The music app (currently deemed a preview) is largely what we've seen in...
LG’s current foray into the Android device market happens to be limited to just smartphones, phablets and tablets, but it seems that they are also taking off in a different tangent with Google’s Chrome operating system through the introduction of the all-in-one Chromebase computer. The Chromebase is a computer that will run on the Google [...]
As opposed to the rudimentary capabilities of the current king of wearables, Google Glass, a company called Meta is building a full-fledged augmented reality computing platform into a pair of aviator shades and a pocket computer. The platform aims to...
Singular photographs are great tools for sharing a memory, but Google’s photo sphere technology does a little bit more to help recreate an experience. Built in to most current Android phones, photo sphere mode allows you to create 360-degree Street View-like snapshots wherever you are. Show More Summary
(NSFW) With Google+ currently looking like yet another failed experiment, CollegeHumor decided it was time to go back to an old sketch that we truly and deeply hope stays as a joke. Because Mountain View has all of us by our balls.
Slowly but surely, Google is fixing each and every minor problem with the otherwise stellar Nexus 5. According to a user on the XDA Developers forum, the Nexus 5 units that Google is currently shipping are notably revised from the initial rollout. Show More Summary
Each week we scour current Google Play promotions and cherry-pick the best of the best. This week we have hit game Draw Something 2, crazy platformer Sonic 4, the all-time classic Monopoly game at a big discount, and several other gems you can check out below. Show More Summary
Google's custom-built servers currently use x86 processors from other companies.
Google today announced that the – oh so annoying to some – "show images" message you see at the top of any email you currently receive in Gmail is going to go away. Gmail will now start to automatically display images in your emails, and is initially rolling out on the web clients with mobile apps will follow in early 2014. Show More Summary
A couple of months ago, a group of current and former Apple employees revealed what it’s like to work in the stressful yet rewarding environment that is the Apple Campus. Now that the year is coming to a close, Glassdoor has released...Show More Summary
Search: Because "broad match" keywords are counted separately, and don't affect quality scores for campaigns generally, they are currently under-utilized. That said, they still tend to be more expensive on a cost per action basis. Google's chief of spam gave a yellow card to guest bloggers, observing that much of the guest posts appear to be getting [...]
Whether it’s a Google Glass store or a showroom for all things Google X, one thing is clear: No one will be visiting Google Barge anytime soon. The once-mysterious barge, currently sitting idle alongside a pier at Treasure Island in San Francisco Bay, is officially “on hiatus,” CNET has learned. And while Google is likely... Read More
Google announced today a major round of app additions for its media streaming Chromecast HDMI stick including Plex, Vevo, Songza, and more. Chromecast, which retails for $35 (currently $32.88 on Amazon Prime), can now play local files synced with your Plex media library from iOS, Android, or Chrome. Plex support is highly requested and offers a major advantage for […]
Slowly but surely, Google's Chromecast devices is beefing up with content partners. The latest is Songza, a music streaming service that finds you an expertly curated playlist based on your current activity or mood. Today Songza launches on Chromecast through an update to the iOS, Android and web apps. Show More Summary
Each week we scour current Google Play promotions and cherry-pick the best of the best. This week the unique Action Launcher Pro can be had at a great price, as well as a powerful great music creation tool, and a game where you get to land a space shuttle. Show More Summary
Following invitations heading out to developers, Google has now been sending invitations to existing Glass Explorers, offering them an updated unit in exchange for their current product. Owners aren’t required to make the swap, of course, but doing so will bring about some welcomed changes, not the least of which is the ability to use... Read More
The Next Web is reporting that Google is working on plans to offer up Chrome apps, usually found on the desktop, to the mobile ecosystems of iOS and Android. The site reports that the company is “currently building a toolkit to help developers create Chrome apps for Android and iOS, as well as port their existing Chrome apps to both mobile platforms.” More »