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  • Google Chrome will block annoying ads from 2018

    Sometimes advertisements are so annoying that they they can harm your computer with unnecessary click bait scams and viruses. There are millions of click bait websites on the world which are generating revenues with such advertisements. Do you feel the same ? If you are, here is a good news for you, Google chrome is […]

  • Instagram continues to introduce more features in its camera

    Instagram has been updating its platform little by little and with each change is increasingly resembling another popular social network: Snapchat. This time Instagram announced new features that match the latest features that the ghost company had previously introduced into the market. Filters for selfies Instagram announced the introduction of face filters on the camera […]

  • Google is deleting the Orkut community file

    Google has announced that it will delete the Orkut Communities File that was made available to the public after the social network closes in 2014. Created to preserve Orkut’s memory, the file allowed users to search communities and topics that existed within the service. However, there was a lack of care by the search engine […]

  • Google and Huawei develop rival of Raspberry Pi

    Google and Huawei have developed two Raspberry Pi-style boards to allow developers to encode drivers for Android versions. With the news, devs will no longer have to rely on Intel x86 architecture and Chromebooks to build software for ARM-based systems. “Using a reference card can make it easier to upgrade efforts, reduce the time to […]

  • Google Maps gains improvements in parking location save option

    Google announced today that it has made some improvements to the ‘save parking place‘ feature available in the Google Maps app. According to the search engine, it is now possible to add location information such as annotations, allowed parking time, and location photos in the map service by touching the blue dot within the maps. […]

  • Google makes Tabel, a virtual reality film

    Google has announced that it has produced an “interactive virtual reality” movie that can be watched using its VR mobile device. “You’re sitting at a table in the center of a restaurant and you can interact with six stories, listening to the conversations on the other tables,” Google says. “‘Tabel‘ uses an audio technique that […]

  • Cassini: Google honors NASA probe

    Since I love art and graphics, I always watch google doodles with interest. Google is paying tribute to public figures and it’s helping to raise voices to aware people and social causes. This time it has given a tribute to spacecraft ‘Nave Cassini’ which recorded images of Saturn and its moons before 20 years. “Saturn, […]

  • Google announces changes in search engine to counter “fake news”

    Google announced that it will promote “structural changes in search engine” in order to discourage low-quality content and false news. According to the company, about 0.25% of the searches made today in the search engine return with “offensive content” or “clearly misleading“, which requires changes in the way the company delivers the results. “To help […]

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    Here is the Electric flying car [Video]

    Kitty Hawk, a company that has investments from the CEO of Alphabet Larry Page, revealed last week details of its electric flying car. According to Bloomberg, Google’s co-founder would have invested more than $ 100 million in the company specializing in aerodynamics, advanced manufacturing and electric propulsion research since 2010. The Kitty Hawk Flyer is […]

  • See how the Earth Day doodle was made

    Google tributes to Earth Day with a special doodle that offers tips to users to “make the planet happier!”. “Today, we honor the rich and vast Earth, which sustained generations before us and continues to nourish life and inspire admiration. With an estimated 4.543 billion years of age, Earth is still the only known object […]

  • Google announces the new Google Earth

    Google today announced a new version of Google Earth that offers extra features that help explore and share Earth’s details. According to the search engine, it was two years of development to implement the improvements in the service and they can already be checked via web and devices with the Android platform . “With the […]

  • Microsoft’s To-Do application for Android

    Microsoft today announced the launch of the Microsoft To-Do application for Android that promises to make it easy to create task lists. “Microsoft To-Do is a smart, simple task list that makes it easy to plan your day. Whether it’s for work, school or at home, To-Do helps improve your productivity and reduce your stress […]

  • Android Pay wins payment mode with PayPal

    Google has announced that it is now possible to choose PayPal’s online payment system as payment method in Android Pay. According to the company, US users can pay for things like Uber, as well as in retailers like Walgreens and restaurants like Dunki’n Donuts and Subway. “People in the US can simply link their PayPal […]

  • Self-healing smartphones will be in market by 2020

    Scientists are working on a new material capable of conducting electricity and apparently with the incredible abilities of self-repair against cuts and scratches. According to the Business Insider website, the new material was created by chemists at the University of California Riverside and is composed of “elastic polymer and ionic salt.” “The material, which can […]

  • Facebook trying to detect and restrict on fake news

    Company launches notifications and identification format to halt the spread of rumors. “We want the information shared on Facebook to be true, serious,” says Adam Mosseri, vice president of the news feed , the service news feeder, which all users see as they enter their page on the world’s largest social network . Facebook has […]

  • Twitter Lite uses Google’s Progressive Web Apps technology

    Twitter has announced the launch of Twitter Lite, a web-based experience designed to minimize data usage, quickly load slow connections, and use less storage space on devices. To check, simply log in to directly from the device – the version will be available in the web browser. “The novelty uses less than 1MB in […]

  • Google uses artificial intelligence to flag offensive videos

    According to Bloomberg, Google has used its artificial intelligence technology to signal five times more objectionable content than usual in the last two weeks. Since a boycott among the brands gained a spotlight on its services, especially on YouTube, Google has allocated more of its artificial intelligence tools to work on YouTube’s huge video library. […]

  • Google Now Launcher is shutting down in few weeks

    According to an anonymous source from Android Police, Google is announcing to manufacturers that it plans to discontinue the Google Now Launcher in the coming weeks. It is not clear why Google Now launcher is being shut down since it has millions of happy users. Though the users who have already downloaded and using this […]

  • Apple will manufacture its iPhone in India

    There are still so much population on earth where the smartphones have not reached yet. And manufacturers still have a great opportunity to grow. India is one of them which has a great potential to grow any business. Its a big country with a large population of over 1,200 million, where Apple will start making […]

  • Again google becomes the most valuable brand in the world

    Despite the good sales against the problems faced by Samsung in 2016, Apple’s initiatives have disappointed the market and the public who expected more from the brand. As a result of this slowdown, Brand Finance claims that Apple lost the most valuable brand in the world to Google in which GOOGLE resumes its position after […]

  • Gmail will block JavaScript attachments in this February

    Are you a teacher, a student ? A web designer or a developer ? You must have lots of emails attached with JavaScripts exchanged with your friends. Here is a bad news for you. Yes gmail is banning JavaScript attachments from the second week of this february . Google has announced that it will block […]

  • Boston Dynamics presents Robot capable of riding on wheels

    Founder of Google Boston Dynamics, Marc Raibert, presented during a conference in the United States, a new type of robot that has the incredible ability to ride on wheels. The robot, nicknamed “Handle“, it has a outstanding movement and balance. Seems the problem of balance in robot has been ended. ‘Handle’ is even able to […]

  • Donald Trump is not doing good

    Yes, Donald Trump administration’s decision to bann the entries from 7 major muslim countries’ immigrants is being heavily criticized everywhere. During a weekly meeting at Google in Mountain View, Calif.,  Google’s parent company Alphabet board chairman Eric Schmidt said the Donald Trump administration is promising to do ‘bad things’ in future. According to Schmidt, this […]

  • Google announced a $ 4 million cash fund to US immigration organizations

    Google has started to step against Trumps administration. (Read – Google co-founder Sergey Brin attends protest against Trump) In response to President Trump’s executive order banning the entry of citizens from seven Muslim-majority countries, which claims to “harm US security interests and reputation,” Google has announced a $ 4 million cash fund. US immigration organizations […]

  • Google co-founder Sergey Brin attends protest against Trump

    Recently after the announcement of Trump administration which circulates more draft immigration restrictions, focusing on protecting U.S. jobs only for US native citizens. People have already started to protest against Trump administration. The search engine empire Google always believes in talents and creativity of a person either he is an immigrant or native citizen. It […]

  • Google Pixel 2 with better camera

    Industry rumors point out that Google Pixel 2, the successor to the newly released Google Pixel, is expected to be a better camera enhancements and higher price in its 2017 version. According to 9to5Google, the Pixel 2 has been built to have some kind of water resistance and a camera capable of taking photos even […]

  • Chrome OS will support convertible tablets and notebooks

    For some time Chrome OS has remained true to only notebook type, but Google now hopes to add a “greater variety of ways” so that the operating system can work on convertible tablets and notebooks. In order to be able to equip different types of devices, the search engine intends to make changes and improve […]

  • Top and Flops of 2016

    Top and flops : Every day thousands of startups and innovative inventions are being generated in the field of hi-tech digital world. The 2016 has been a year of great success for some and resounding flop in the world of technology. We have seen explosive mobile phones, monsters VR, some videogame failures and some with […]

  • iPhone7: charging is really slow

    As we all know, Apple has introduced various interesting innovations such as key note, apple TV, smart watches, ipads and more. Among them, iPhone is one of the most popular and successful innovation. In the new iPhone 7, they promised us to increase the battery life and reduce the problems. It will be capable of […]

  • Apple maps – a challenge to Google

    Apple is always facing a tough competition with the giant Google in the field of world technology. There are many fields of battle between the two companies, but now the heart of this confrontation is the management of maps and mapping of the planet earth. For years, Google has made an empire on the world […]

  • Chrome OS will support Android Nougat apps

    Currently Chrome OS has a somewhat annoying limitation: the operating system can only run Android 6.0 compatible applications Marshmallow. However, Canary’s experimental versions of Chrome OS say it has been working to allow Chromebooks to also run Android 7.0 Nougat apps in the near future. The information was published by ChromeUnboxed , based on feedback […]

  • Uber hires Amit Singhal, responsible for google search

    Uber made an important announcement today: the hiring of Amit Singhal, the engineer responsible for the great advances in Google‘s search system. Singhal, who worked at Google for 15 years, was the first person allowed to repair the google search engine algorithms developed by co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin. According to the hitchhiker’s company, […]

  • iPhone 8 will be wireless charging

    Yes you read it right. The next invention of Apple technology will be wireless charging iPhone8. We have reviewed a lot about the short battery life and problems regarding battery of the previous versions of iPhones several times. Today also we are going to talk on this matter but its not about the battery problems […]

  • Power Rangers: Legacy Wars to be released for ios & android

    Are you a fan of power rangers ? A trailer posted on YouTube reveals that the Power Rangers franchise will win a multiplayer fighting game on Android and iOS mobile devices “A real-time multiplayer fighting game featuring Rangers and historical villains, including the characters’ costumes in the feature film,” the developer said in the video’s […]

  • Google denies removal of Palestine from Maps

    After generating a certain controversy for allegedly removal of Palestine from a region neighboring Israel, Google issued a press release denying any action on the map service: “There was never a ‘Palestine’ label on Google Maps, however, we discovered a bug that removed the tags for ‘West Bank’ and ‘Gaza Strip’. We are working quickly […]

  • More Google products in the hands of Sundar Pichai

    Record shows that Google search engine always welcomes and encourages the genious people on its company. Many tech geeks around the globe has officially contrinuted their knowledge to this giant corporation. According to the Recode website, Google’s CEO is so pleased with the work of Sundar Pichai, currently the chief development officer for Chrome and Android, who […]