Good news for Gmail users for iOS devices, Google has just rolled out an update for its Gmail for iOS app that brings background app refresh and more, eliminating the need of manually refreshing your inbox, making it quicker for you to access all your mails the moment you open the app.
Manchester United today has announced a rather unique campaign with Google UK called Front Row which will bring selected fans from all over the world direct to Old Trafford in the upcoming home match against Liverpool (ahem) on 16 March. However, this doesn’t mean that the famed football team will fly these lucky fans to […]
Since the demise of MSN Messenger and perhaps even before that, I’ve made the move to be on Google Talk fulltime as most of my friends have gmail accounts. On top of this GTalk actually is able to connect me to the internal office chats as well. Granted, Google Talk is now called Hangouts, Google […]
Think that voice assistance on your mobile like Siri or Google Now is an awesome feature and you wish you had it on your desktop? Now worries, Google just released an update for its Chrome Beta browser that does just that. If you’re running on the latest version of Chrome Beta, you will soon be […]
Google’s Project Ara is one of those experiments that are so unusual that nobody is sure it will ever reach the market. Especially now that Google has been quoted as claiming they want the base model of the modular smartphone to cost as low as US$50 (RM164). Although that is only part of the story.
Google Announces Project Tango Smartphone, a Prototype Smartphone that can Create a 3D Map of your Surrounding
Google may have sold Motorola to Lenovo but it doesn’t mean that the company will stop making phones. On top of keeping Project Ara, the modular phone concept that everyone wants, Google is also working on another project called the Project Tango, a 5” Android smartphone prototype that is equipped with customized hardware and software […]
Google has been spending a lot of time on its Google+ Photos, bringing in a lot of new features to help you enhance your pictures, and for Valentine’s Day, the internet giant has got something special to offer too – animated hearts. It’s Valentine’s Day and love is in the air, literally. Google just rolled […]
Google recently began collecting robotics companies; with Boston Dynamics being the most prominent acquisition. The Wall Street Journal is now reporting that Andy Rubin, the head of Google’s new robotics division, has been meeting with Foxconn Chairman Terry Gou about deploying new technologies. It appears that Google may be building a “robotic operating system for […]
It looks like Google is putting its acquisition of Snapseed to good use, ever since the internet giant has purchased Snapseed, a photo editing app for iOS and Android devices, they have added a number of photo editing features to their Google+ Photos, the latest ones are known as HDR Scape and Zoom. First up, […]
In conjunction with the opening ceremony of the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympic Games later today, Google has updated its Google Doodle to reflect its stance on Russia’s recently-passed anti-gay law. Presenting a rainbow-themed homage to the Winter Olympics, the search engine’s homepage also states the Olympic Charter, promoting equality and indiscrimination to all. Google isn’t […]
Chrome is one of the more popular web browsers, next to Mozilla’s Firefox and Safari. However, most users simply use it out of the box; ignoring the massive number of extensions available to customise the experience. The thing about extensions is that all you have to do is install them. No tweaking settings to get […]
The HTC Flyer From 2011 According to the guys over at Android Authority, there has been a report out of Taiwan that HTC may be the next brand to take the reins for the Google Nexus family with a brand new tablet scheduled for a Q3 2014 release. While there have been rumours that […]
Google Malaysia today has announced that developers that are based in Malaysia are now able to publish paid apps to Google Play. Prior to this, Malaysian developers that would like to publish paid apps on Google Play would need to go through extra steps such as setting up bank account in other countries as the Google […]
After almost four years of battling against each other, Google and the European Commission have finally come to an agreement. The deal will see Google displaying ads from its rivals alongside advertisements for its own services. At least three competitors will end up vying for views each time a page loads; which three will be […]
Several companies have been pushing for greater transparency in requests made by the US government under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act. The Act has caused companies with access to user profiles to have to turn customer information over to the NSA. This includes access to email and other personal information that is normally encrypted and […]