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Google is giving away 2GB of Drive space for completing its account security checkup

It’s obviously on your calendar already and you’ve been looking forward to it for months, but tomorrow is “Safer Internet Day” which means Google is bringing the celebration to you. For a few minutes of your time, and a painless checkup to ensure your account is secure, Google is offering an extra 2GB of Drive storage absolutely free. Show More Summary

Google Offers 2GB Free Storage Again For Security Checkups

Google already offers 15GB of free Google Drive storage for everybody, there are paid options available to those who want more storage, but last year it offered an additional 2GB free to all users if they did a security checkup of their account. Show More Summary

No brainer (2016 edition): Google’s giving you 2GB of free storage to secure your account

For Safer Internet Day 2016, Google is giving away another 2GB of free storage for your Drive, Gmail, and Photos. Just go through the quick checklist to take advantage of this win-win offer.

Google is testing a clever trick to charge self-driving car batteries without ever plugging into a wall (GOOG, GOOGL)

Hands-free driving isn't the only trick Google wants its autonomous cars to perform. Google-parent company Alphabet is testing a way to wirelessly re-charge the electric batteries on its self-driving cars, according to a report in IEEE...Show More Summary

9to5Toys Lunch Break: Apple iPhone 6 Plus leather case $16, 128GB Flash Drive $25, VLC Remote app free, more

Keep up with the best gear and deals on the web by signing up for the 9to5Toys Newsletter. Also, be sure to check us out on: Twitter, RSS Feed, Facebook, Google+ and Safari push notifications. TODAY’S CAN’T MISS DEALS: Apple genuine iPhone 6 Plus Leather Cases in multiples colors as low as $16 + in-store pickup (Orig. $50) Daily Deals: SanDisk Ultra 128GB […]

Why you should consider getting a driverless car, in 1 chart

3 days agoTechnology : Post Tech

Driverless cars are bound to introduce a host of new challenges that society will have to grapple with. They'll have an impact on jobs and the American worker. They'll be tracking your driving habits and location, just like Google monitors your search history today. And what if the software fails? Is it truly safe? Who should be […]

Make Google Drive Files Easier to Share With Symbolic Links

Let’s say that you want to keep a copy of a file in several folders on Google Drive, such that if you update the master file, the changes are automatically reflected in the copies as well. Impossible? Not really. Google allows you to create symbolic links, which reference the original file, in Google Drive. Show More Summary

Google Earth Virtual Tours of Paranormal Sites

This paranormal geek is using a tool that shows you how I got to be the co-author of the book Paranormal Geeks! I utilize Google Earth to help me virtual tour the drive and location site so I can get a good idea of what it's like, if it's worth it and more. Show More Summary

Google starts testing self-driving cars in Washington

If you live in Washington, a Google Self-Driving may be driving next to you some day soon. Google has announced that they are expanding testing for self-driving cars to Kirkland, Washington.

See if there's malware in your firmware with Google's VirusTotal

When you’re looking for viruses on your computer, the typical scanner pores over your hard drive for malicious files, programs or bits of code, examining each item to make sure there’s nothing out of the ordinary. But what about malware...Show More Summary

Google's self-driving cars tear up 3 million miles a day - CNET

Computer simulation creates "thousands of variations" of driving patterns, enabling Google's engineers to quickly test tweaks across millions of virtual miles.

How Google And Instacart Are Hijacking The Grocery Business From Supermarkets

The average American grocery store is 46,000 square feet. The average Millennial resents having to drive to said grocery store, park their car, walk 50 feet to claim a cart, traipse all 46,000 of those square feet to collect their groceries, pile them into the cart, stand in line at [...]

Google’s self-driving cars are virtually circling the equator 5 times every hour

You think your commute is bad? Google’s self-driving cars are doing 3 million miles every day, according to the company’s January report. As it stands, the cars have clocked up more than 1 million miles driving autonomously on public roads, but using simulators, the vehicles are racking up 3 million miles daily. Show More Summary

Google's Cars Drive Three Million Simulated Miles Every Day

6 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Google’s self-driving cars have racked up about 1.4 million self-driven miles on actual roads in the last six years, but as impressive as that sounds, it’s a pittance compared to what the simulators have been doing behind the scenes. Read more...

Gmail and Google Drive are down again for some people [Update: They’re back!]

Google appears to be experiencing some issues at the moment as a number of users are reporting that both Gmail and Google Drive are down. Is #gmail down? What's going on @google ? — Jeffrey G. Karam (@JGKaram) February 1, 2016 There are also reports that Google-owned YouTube is offline for some users. Show More Summary

Google Drive is down for some users around the world

If you use Google’s Drive storage as the hub for all your documents, images and everything else in your digital life, then it’s probably pretty frustrating that problems with the service are preventing some people from accessing any of their files. Show More Summary

Self-Drive Cars: What to Expect In 2016

by Naomi Webb In 2016 we expect to see more and more evidence of self-drive cars and features becoming available on the market. Web Self Drive Cars Evolving Technology Google Car Future Tech

Google News Doesn’t Help Rank Your Site (But It Drives Traffic)

A Google representative recently stated that being in Google News isn't a ranking signal. But it is a good source of traffic for sites meeting News requirements.

New Google Drive Features Help You Organize Your Messy Files

Let’s face facts: our cloud drives are frequently a mess. Never fear though – Google Drive’s new update provides new ways to clean up messy file organization. These days, Google Drive is not just another cloud storage device. As Inquisitr has said before, it can have a wide variety of uses. Show More Summary

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