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Predicting A Future Where Products Are Parented

Waving his smartphone at the audience, Stanford bioengineer Drew Endy said, “I’m trying to grow one of these.” Let the day of mindblowing conversations about the future of biology begin. Endy joined Google Director of Engineering David...Show More Summary

Hunt for the Loch Ness Monster Gets Help From Google Maps

To mark the anniversary of the iconic 1934 Surgeon's photo of the Loch Ness monster, a Google Map of the lake has been released, allowing users to search the waves for the elusive creature.

Facebook Messenger matures into a platform — but can it succeed as one?

Is it possible for Facebook Messenger to evolve into a real communication and even payment platform, and thereby succeed where Google Wave and others have failed?

This project in Google’s secret research lab could change the future of batteries

The new wave of wearable devices, flying drones, electric cars, and what-have-you are going to have higher and more specific power needs than what you get with our current lithium-ion (like in phones) and alkaline batteries (like in Wii controllers).

Even cheaper Chromebooks on the way

Get ready for a new wave of Chromebooks with prices starting at just under $150. Mobile chromebooks google chrome os laptops

3 Count: Tidal Wave

Jay Z faces a trial in sampling lawsuit, judge rules in favor of Google in MS Attorney General dispute and Tidal makes waves with musicians.

Mozilla Extends Its Default Google Search Blockout, Signs Up Yandex In Turkey

Mozilla last November made waves when it swapped out Google as the default search engine in its Firefox browser in the U.S., replacing it with Yahoo, and put Yandex in for Google in Russia at the same time. Today Mozilla announced an expansion of that strategy: Yandex will now also be the default search option in Turkey, once again replacing Google. Show More Summary

This Android game uses Chromecast to turn your phone into a tennis racquet

Mobile game developer Rolocule just launched Motion Tennis Cast on Google Play. It’s a tennis game that you can play on your TV or browser by waving your smartphone around like a Wii motion controller. The game has been in beta for a good while, and the final version works pretty well. Show More Summary

What happens when the Google Maps car tries to drive into Augusta National

Nope. If you street view with Google Maps into Augusta National, there's a security guard waving you off. #notevenforgoogle — Ryan David (@RDGolfMedia) March 12, 2015 Even though they didn't get very far, at least they got through the Magnolia Lane gates, which is farther than most. h/t to Ryan David for the find

Google has major secret project in the works that could make Android more exciting

Google already has a full team working on a secret version of Android, one that might power the next wave of major gadgets set to take the world by storm. In other words, Google might soon have a fifth version of Android ready for use on devices, in addition to the Android software it created for smartphones, smartwatches, TVs and cars. Show More Summary

Google's wireless network will only work on one model of phone

Google's product chief Sundar Pichai made waves earlier this week when he announced that Google is getting into the wireless industry. It will become a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO), which buys wireless space from big carriers like AT&T, then resells it to customers. Show More Summary

Google is Phasing Out Google+ — Design News

It looks like Google+ is going the way of Wave (and Buzz and Orkut). Google is phasing out its latest social network in favor of Google Photos, for all your pictures, and Google Streams, for your Facebook-esque updates. READ MORE »

MWC 2015: Google to Challenge Apple Pay

Google made big news in Barcelona on Monday, as the Internet search giant looked to make waves right out of the gate at Mobile World Congress 2015. Speaking to his company’s latest announced plans, Sundar Pichai says Android Pay is on the horizon and will serve as a mobile payments offering to challenge Apple Pay, […]

WhatsApp Web client now works on Firefox and Opera browsers

WhatsApp made waves when it launched a desktop version of its messaging service last month, but it was only compatible with Google Chrome. Today, the company has announced it now works on Firefox and Opera too. As with Chrome, you’ll need to launch the Web client on your browser and scan a QR code with your phone to log in. Show More Summary

Google Hoping to Glue Its Mobile Wallet Back Together

2 months agoTechnology / Mobile : Phone Scoop

Google is seeking help from its carrier and hardware partners to revitalize its flagging Google Wallet service. According to sources cited by the Wall Street Journal, Google is waving more cash in front of network operators to feature the app on their Android smartphones. Show More Summary

Google Helpouts Heads To The Big Vid Chat In The Sky

2 months agoTechnology : ReadWriteWeb

Google Wave and Google Reader will soon have some company: Turns out, Google Helpouts is not long for this world. The company will shutter the online expert help service on April 20. Helpouts seems to be slowly dissolving. TechCrunch noticed the disappearance of its iPhone app today, following the previous removal of its Android app. Show More Summary

Google Advisory Group: Limit 'Right to Be Forgotten' to the EU

Last year, the European Court of Justice made some waves (radio waves, that is! Get it? Because it's the Internet) when it announced there was a "right to be forgotten" that should allow people to petition Google to have Web pages removed from search results. Nice idea, but anyone who......

Understanding Why Google Spends Billions on Acquisitions

Google has not been shy about spending billions of dollars to acquire companies in which it sees value. Whether its a hot app that’s making waves or a cell phone company that holds some incredibly valuable patents, Google is willing to take some risks. Show More Summary

The Trade Desk Making Waves with Google, MoPub Integrations On Nailed Down

The Trade Desk, Inc. — a demand-side platform in what is now a $5 billion real-time bidding industry — has announced expansion of its global mobile offering via integration with Google’s DoubleClick Ad Exchange and Twitter’s proprietary mobile exchange, MoPub. This announcement arrives on the heels of AlwaysOn’s recognition of TheTrade Desk as one of […]

Has Google Glass been Mercifully Killed Off?

3 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Chip Chick

The writing was on the wall when it couldn’t catch on at even the techiest of tech conferences, but it’s official now—Google Glass, in its current form, is about to join the Apple Newton, the Nintendo Virtual Boy, and Google Wave on the technological trash heap. Show More Summary

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