More Google Now Options Available For Mobile And Desktop


According to Google, some of Now’s features will soon be available on the desktop and mobile app – a promise the company made back in May at the I/O event. Now you will be able to check travel information, calendar events and reservations stored in some Google services like Gmail, Google+ and Calendar. All your […]

Google Play Music All Access Now Available In Europe


Back in May, Google introduced Play Music All Access, a streaming service aimed at competing with the likes of Spotify, Rdio and Apple’s upcoming iTunes Radio. At first, it was launched – unsurprisingly enough – in the United States at a very competitive price. All Access is packed with millions of tracks available online, both […]

Official Google AdSense App For iPhone Now Available To Download

Google Adsense App For iPhone

For everyone that relies on Google AdSense for revenue from their website or application you will be glad to know that the Search Engine giant has released an official AdSense app recently. This means no more checking an awkward web interface. The AdSense app provides an easy way to access key data from your AdSense account. Access […]

Samsung Begins Sending Out Invites For Unpacked 2013 Episode 2

Unpacked 2013 Episode 2

Samsung has just sent out invites to the press for an event the Korean company is called Unpacked 2013 Episode 2. It is being rumored that we will likely be seeing the future of the stylus-based Note family. The reason being of course that the invitation reads “Note The Date” in a font that resembles handwriting. Unpacked 2013 […]

Motorola’s New Moto X Is The Most Customizable Smartphone On The Market


Motorola unveiled the Moto X handset yesterday at an event in New York City and it is safe to say it is the first real collaboration between both Google and Motorola. Perhaps the most surprising thing about the smartphone is the amount of customization options it features. Those that purchase the Moto X online can […]

Netflix Will Be Rolling Out Profiles To All Netflix Enabled Devices Over The Next Few Days

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Have you ever sat down to watch Netflix, but been disappointed to find that all of your suggestions are filled with movies and TV shows you have no interest in because other people have also been watching Netflix on your account? Well if you have you will be glad to know that this issue will […]

Google Taking Over Starbucks WiFi To Bring Up To A 100x Faster Connection

Starbucks Google WiFi

Google has just announced that it will be taking over Starbucks WiFi in the United States, replacing AT&T. Right now the WiFi connection in Starbucks isn’t bad, but it can definitely get bogged down when there is too many people connected to it streaming movies or downloading large files. With Google as the new service provider […]

The Chromecast vs. Apple TV vs. Roku [Chart]

Chromecast vs Apple TV vs Roku

Google announced the Chromecast at its breakfast with Sundar Pichai event that took place on July 24th and for those of you that missed the announcement essentially it is a dongle that plugs into your TVs HDMI port. Once connected to your TV it allows you to stream and mirror content from a tablet, smartphone or computer. […]

Google Could Be Working On Its Own Set-Top Box With Motion Control According To WSJ


Google held an event on July 24th where the Search Engine giant unveiled the new Nexus 7, Android 4.3 and surprisingly a living room device called Chromecast. This dongle that plugs into your TV’s HDMI port allows you to stream and mirror content from a tablet, smartphone or computer. It is even compatible with iOS Devices. […]

Google+ Local For iOS To Be Pulled From The App Store On August 7


Google+ Local, a service that lets you look for nearby shops and restaurants, was first available for iOS on July 2, 2012. Now Google has decided to pull the app from the App Store in less two weeks – on August 7. Why? Simple: Maps 2.0 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch – besides bringing […]