Our email is without a doubt one of the most important and confidential services we have on the internet, on top of the usual things we send, we usually use our email for verification and password retrievals, and we tend to send quite a number of private and confidential stuffs. Starting today, Google is rolling [...]
One of the best and worst things about using Google Chrome browser on your computer would definitely be how easily you can check the passwords you save within the browser. You know how when you’re so used to having your browser automatically fill in your passwords for you, you tend to forget that password and [...]
You’ve probably read before stories about how a company refuses to let their employees use their competitor’s products but in Google, staffs are encouraged to use Apple Macs instead of Windows devices or even the company’s very own Chromebooks. In a talk at the LISA ’13 conference earlier this month, Google explained how the company [...]
To be fair, Google Chrome has kind of had voice search for a while now. But that required you to click on the microphone icon and generally went unnoticed by most people. The new Chrome Voice Search transforms that search into something closer to Google Now. Anyone who wants to try it out should head [...]
This week has seen the seedy side of the internet surface. Social media has lead us to a couple of websites that are stealing pictures of young girls and displaying them online. Kind of like those male entertainment sites; except this time using underaged girls. There is no specific mention of those sites because I’m [...]
I’m pretty sure it’s rather easy to switch from one mobile platform to another, there are plenty of guides on the internet and a simple query could fetch hundreds of answers, but it looks like Eric Schmidt, the executive chairman of Google, has posted a guide of his own to teach users how to switch [...]
Good news to loyal Google users, the company has just made some changes to its Gmail and Drive services to provide a better integration between both products. You can now save your Gmail attachments directly to your Drive account so instead of hitting the download button, wait for it to download and dig it out [...]
That title isn’t simply a statement pulled out of nowhere. The gist of it was expressed during a roundtable discussion held during the Rakuten Expo 2013. It’s nothing new, but it does bring to mind the level of competition Malaysians bring to the online shopping scene. Continues after the break.