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Google’s ‘FASTER’ undersea cable goes online with 60 Tbps of bandwidth

The Google-backed cable has the highest available bandwidth of any undersea cable currently in operation.

Google Play Beta Tab Now Rolling Out to All, Early Access Section Too

18 hours agoTechnology / Google : Droid Life

A couple of weeks ago, we pointed out a new section in Google Play that showed you a list of apps you were currently beta testing, noting that it was only just beginning to rollout to users. Today (or maybe even last night), the full...Show More Summary

Goodbye productivity: Google Calendar and Hangouts are down

Google Calendar and Google Hangouts, the staples of Internet socializing and scheduling, are currently down for many users. When trying to open Google Calendar, many users are being redirected to a page that says it is currently having...Show More Summary

Google is testing the ability to perform a speed test in Google Search

It isn't currently too had to get to SpeedTest.net and get a quick idea of how fast your connection is, but Google wants to take the need to go anywhere other than their search engine out of the equation. It seems the company is testing a new speed test tool within search.

China's Internet Giant Baidu To Mass Produce Driverless Cars In 5 Years

Baidu.com homepage, screenshot. China's internet-search giant Baidu is planning to mass produce driverless electric cars in five years, bringing the fight to Google and Apple. The company, which currently holds 80% of the internet-search market in China, will not manufacture the cars itself. Instead, it will outsource the actual production to an [...]

10 things in tech you need to know today (GOOG, AAPL, HP)

Good morning! Here's the tech news you need to know this Tuesday. 1. Google is reportedly working on developing its own smartphone. The company currently licenses the Nexus line of phones with companies like LG and Huawei. 2. Uber is going to start letting people request a hot air balloon or boat ride. Show More Summary

Google will reportedly release its own smartphone this year - CNET

The tech giant is currently in talks with mobile operators to release its own non-Nexus device, reports the Telegraph.

Here are all the crazy-advanced robots built by Google's Boston Dynamics group

Boston Dynamics, a robot group born out of MIT and currently owned by Google, makes absolutely incredible robots. From giant dog robots to ones resembling humans, these are definitely the most advanced robots we've ever seen. Here'sShow More Summary

‘Is Hillary Clinton Going To Jail’ Is The Most Searched Question On Google About Her

It appears a lot of Americans want to know the answer to the following question: “Is Hillary Clinton going to jail?” The Democratic presumptive nominee is currently the subject of two FBI investigations — one for espionage and the other for public corruption — and security and legal experts believe, with varying degrees of confidence,... Show More Summary

Music Review: Benjamin Seretan - Bowl of Plums

M ad lines being crossed these days. People all popping out (ikk, don't even look up "popping out" on Google Images — use Bing or Yahoo! instead). Producers, DJs, Synthesis. Like, since I started this paragraph, my phone currently plugged into this laptop is making an infrequent and agitating notification noise. Show More Summary

Google vs. Microsoft Bing Search APIs: A Detailed Comparison

This is part two of a two-part article covering the current state of Web search APIs. Please be sure to check out part one. 

Dwyane Wade Says Marriage Helped Him Overcome Insecurities

While his buddy LeBron currently commands the world stage after his recent 2016 championship win, Dwayne Wade is getting the spotlight for another reason—he’s getting naked. But before you go Googling for the Gabby-Dwyane sex tape, allow us to clear the air. The NBA All-Star will be the new cover of the ESPN The Magazine’s Keep Reading ?

You can now check out all the various Android Pay promotions on the web

Google has rolled out a new webpage which details all the current Android Pay promotions. This gives users a quick overview of the specials that are happening.

DEAL: Nexus 5X is Just $229 Today at B&H Photo ($120 Off)

At $229 ($120 off!), the Nexus 5X is without a doubt today’s deal of the day. As far as I can tell, this is the lowest price we have seen to date on Google’s affordable 2015 phone. The deal is currently running through B&H Photo’s DealZone, but keep in mind that this is a 1-day-only […] DEAL: Nexus 5X is Just $229 Today at B&H Photo ($120 Off) is a post from: Droid Life

Verizon updates Galaxy Note 5, S6 edge+ with June security patch

Verizon is now pushing out a set of updates to both the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 edge+. Both updates bring the phones up to date with the latest Android security patches from Google. Says Verizon: The current software update...Show More Summary

Google offers 20% discount on Nexus Live Cases for Father's Day

It looks like Google has a little more in store for Father's Day, as the Google Store is currently offering 20% off Live Cases for the Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X to mark the occasion. Do note that to get this deal, you'll have to use theShow More Summary

Google Fiber sets its sights on Dallas

Google is currently in talks with community leaders in the Dallas area to make they're blazing fast Google Fiber internet service a reality in the area.

The next Google Fiber city is one of its largest yet

Texas, Google Fiber is potentially headed to another one of your cities. Google has announced that Dallas is the latest city to be added to its lineup of. The speedy internet service is currently available in Austin and being expanded to San Antonio. Show More Summary

Google launches Springboard, its new Apps search tool for enterprise users

Google has announced that it’s currently trialing Springboard, a new search service for enterprise users of its Google Apps productivity suite. Details about Springboard’s capabilities are sparse, but it seems like it will be aimed at companies who need to be able to comb through large libraries of shared documents and files. Show More Summary

US government may legalize autonomous cars by July

The current state of autonomous vehicles in the U.S. is fragmented. Some states allow testing and semi-autonomous driving, others are staunchly against Google, Uber, and even leading automakers like General Motors testing self-driving vehicles in their state. Show More Summary

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