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June 24, 2015

Google Rolls Out ‘Undo Send’ Feature On Gmail Web

If you’re a regular email user, then chances are that you’ve probably sent an email or two that you wish you could take back. Luckily, Google finally rolled out the ‘Undo Send’ for Gmail on web browser.

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June 23, 2015

Android M Dev Preview now available for Xperia phones

Google recently announced the developer preview for its upcoming Android M software and with that, we already have the first group of devices that were able to try it out. This time, a bunch of Sony Xperia phones take a go at the new update. We have the list of eligible devices after the break. Continue Reading

June 22, 2015

Google Knows: Flight details embedded in search results

For some time now, I really liked the way Google automatically adds my flight details into Google Now after it sees an e-ticket emailed to my GMail account. Gives me updates and reminders about my flights right in my phone.

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June 13, 2015

Google to launch YouTube Gaming

Google announces that it will be bringing a new community for gamers through its YouTube Gaming. Continue Reading

May 27, 2015

Hyundai Sonata 2015: First Car with Android Auto

One of the highlights of last year’s Google I/O conference is the formal unveiling of Android Auto – a voice-assisted platform that can be synced to a supported vehicle which would allow drivers to do simple tasks without having to take their hands off the wheel.

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May 21, 2015

Google Tone: A Cool Way To Share URLs Using Sound

Google has recently released an experimental Chrome extension called Google Tone which allows users to share URLs with other devices in close proximity using sound.

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May 13, 2015

Google Unveils New Android One w/ 2GB of RAM and LTE

In line with their recent expansion to Turkey, Google launched a new Android One handset together with their partner manufacturer General Mobile. This next generation Android One smartphone sports better specification than the first wave of handsets that the search giant released in India and other Asian countries.

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April 25, 2015

Android pisses on Apple logo, Google apologizes after

On a lighter note, users of Google Maps recently came across with something that instantly caught their attention — the Android character taking a glorious piss at Apple’s logo. Google comes out with an apology. Continue Reading

April 23, 2015

Google introduces Project Fi wireless service

Google has introduced a new wireless service called Project Fi which aims to provide its subscribers the best network connection at their location whether its WiFi or 4G LTE.

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April 16, 2015

You can now find your missing Android phone with Google Search

Google has launched a new feature that allows you to locate your Android smartphone with a simple Google search from your desktop.

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April 01, 2015

Google intros new ASUS, Haier, and HiSense Chromebooks

Google has also announced today three new affordable Chromebooks from three different brands – the ASUS Chromebook C201, ASUS Chromebook Flip, Haier Chromebook 11, and the HiSense Chromebook.

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April 01, 2015

ASUS Chromebit: a Chrome OS-powered PC on a stick

Google has announced today the Chromebit – an ASUS-made HDMI stick that can turn any HDMI-equipped display into a Chrome OS-powered computer. Continue Reading

March 12, 2015

Google announces the new Chromebook Pixel

Google has announced the new Chromebook Pixel, a Chrome OS-powered notebook that sports a 13-inch display, Intel Core i5 or i7 CPUs, up to 64GB of flash storage, and two USB Type-C ports. Continue Reading

March 06, 2015

Globe to provide Android One devices with free data

Globe has announced that it will provide its customers purchasing the new Android One devices – Cherry Mobile One and MyPhone Uno, free mobile data for 6 months. Continue Reading

February 17, 2015

Google Launches Android One in the Philippines

Today marks the official arrival of Android One in the country. For the uninitiated, Android One is Google’s global initiative to bring low-cost and respectable smartphone in developing countries such as India, Indonesia and Philippines.

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January 18, 2015

Google Maps Updated, Share Directions Feature in Tow

The search giant has released the latest iteration of Google Maps app. With it comes a new feature called Share Directions which, as it name implies, allows user to share the route that their friends/relatives need to take in order to arrive at a certain location.

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January 15, 2015

Google Showcases Latest Developments on Project Ara

Earlier today, Google held the second Project Ara Developer Conference wherein the search giant showcased the latest Spiral 2 prototype and revealed its unconventional plans on how and where they will initially market the device during its pilot consumer release.

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December 15, 2014

YouTube for Android get Offline Playback, Now in PH

Google-owned video streaming website has recently announced that the Android version of the YouTube app will have a new feature called Offline Playback. The said feature will initially be rolled out in select countries (India and Indonesia), including the Philippines.

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December 01, 2014

Google appoints new Country Manager for PH

Google Philippines has announced today that a new Country Manager has been appointed by the internet search giant to run its local offices here in the country.

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November 13, 2014

Google’s Public Alert now warns Philippines of typhoons

Published at Google Asia Pacific Blog, the company announced that they teamed up with PAGASA to give warning to Filipinos when a typhoon is entering the PAR. The idea is to give people details and tips on what to do as well as where best to go when these calamities happen. Continue Reading

November 11, 2014

Project Ara pushes on, shows off a new working module

During a press preview held last weekend over in New York City, Google gave an update on what have been the latest developments for the smartphone that many are eagerly looking forward to – the unique Project Ara. They also showcased a new module that could very well open up new possibilities for the device. Continue Reading

October 27, 2014

L is for Lockdown: Increased security makes Android Lollipop harder to root

If you’re one who likes rooting your devices to load your ROMs or custom operating systems such as Cyanogenmod, there’s a huge chance that you’ll find it almost impossible in Android Lollipop.

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October 26, 2014

Android Lollipop is arriving on November 3

When Android Lollipop was first announced to the public, there was no time frame given for its availability. Now, It has been reported that Google will officially release the new software on November 3.

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October 24, 2014

Android Wear to get GPS support and offline music

Google‘s very own smartwatch operating system, Android Wear, will receive its first major update since its initial release. It will bring some useful features that could make our wrist computers better.
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October 23, 2014

Google launches Inbox, a smarter way to Email

Google‘s Gmail team just launched a new app. Nope, not one of those Gmail app updates, but a new application called Inbox, redefining the way you use your email everyday. Continue Reading