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July 21, 2012

Tutorial: Install Google Now on your ICS device

If you’re unsure if your beloved Android device will make it to the Android 4.1 shortlist, you can still enjoy some of the buttery OS has to offer. One of which is Google Now — one of its famed features.

October 16, 2014

Google officially unveils the Motorola Nexus 6

Google has take the wraps off of its newest Nexus smartphone. The Nexus 6, just like it was rumored to be called, sports a huge display with 2K resolution and a speedy Snapdragon processor. Read more details after the break.

June 26, 2014

Google calls out Apple: “We already did these 5 years ago”

During the recently-concluded I/O conference, Google somehow retaliated back at Apple after they insulted them earlier this month saying, “Android dominates the market in malware”. To which Google said that what they’re doing now isn’t new at all and has already been done by Android years ago.

May 17, 2014

Google Nexus 6 might not be coming at all

“There is no Nexus 6. Farewell, Nexus” This is according to the famous tipster @evleaks who just tweeted this a few hours ago. Following this is another entry saying, “Don’t worry, there’s a silver lining to this cloud…” Could it really be the end of the well-loved Nexus line for the introduction of Android Silver?

January 28, 2014

Google Philippines officially launches StreetView, Trekker

Back in November, we reported the a Google StreetView Car was spotted along EDSA, noting the possibility of StreetView to be available locally . Today Google Philippines is formally launching Google Street View.

November 29, 2013

Google pulls the plug on CyanogenMod Installer

It hasn’t even been a month since CyanogenMod Installer exited Beta and went live on Play Store, but the developers were already asked by Google for the app to be taken down either voluntarily or “administratively”.

June 24, 2013

Google Loon – the balloon-powered Internet

Google seems to be really pushing reliable internet access to everyone. From the promising Google Fiber which gives users 1Gbps of download and upload speeds to this, the Google Loon.

February 12, 2013

The small black orb appears at Google Play store

Nexus 4 users can finally put their handset’s wireless charging feature to use as the highly anticipated accessory has finally made its way to Google Play Store.

January 23, 2013

Google Philippines formally opens local office

Google Philippines has formally opened their local office today and announced their first country manager, a position that’s been open since mid-2011.

December 12, 2008

Google offers AdSense for Domains to all

Not everyone knows that Google is also offering an AdSense partnership with people who own a lot of un-used domains. Now, every AdSense Publisher will get to run this campaign in their domains as well.

July 01, 2008

Google officially terminates AdSense Referrals

I never thought this would happen know that Google is trying to move away from CPC and slowly pushing the CPA model but today, it announced that they will be retiring the AdSense Referrals program during the last week of August.

October 26, 2007

Google PR: Does it really matter?

Been receiving emails in the last 24 hours about the recent and radical changes in Google PageRank. The growing trend is downhill, especially for popular and highly trusted sites. Despite all these, the question remains — does it really matter? Let me answer several of the more important questions thrown at me.

June 29, 2007

Google AdSense Referrals expand globally

If you haven’t checked your Adsense account recently, you might have missed out on the newly expanded AdSense Referral tab. Now, you can pick from hundreds of products and services to offer on your blog and get referral commissions once an event is fulfilled. Here’s how the referral wizard looks like in your Adsense account: […]

April 16, 2007

Google bought and killed DodgeBall?

Dodgeball, a start-up mobile+social networking website, was silently bought by Google back in May 2005. Just last week, the two founders left Google disappointed: It’s no real secret that Google wasn’t supporting dodgeball the way we expected. The whole experience was incredibly frustrating for us – especially as we couldn’t convince them that dodgeball was […]

March 06, 2006

Would you trust Google to store all your files?

Speculations of a new Google service called GDrive and Lighthouse were among the hot topics last week. Eventually, a PDF file of the presentation was made available here by Google. Anyway, there are already some 3rd-party service providing online storage in the gigabytes and a plugin to use your Gmail as a virtual drive but […]

November 23, 2005

Google tests Click-to-Call

(via SearchEngineWatch) Google is testing a pay-per-call advertising campaign where a potential customer may be able to connect and chat/call the merchant about a product it found thru online ads. We’re testing a new product that gives you a free and fast way to speak directly to the advertiser you found on a Google search […]

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.

October 22, 2014

Google launches Security Key, aims for a safer Internet

Google has recently announced that it’s intensifying its security measures against phishing or unauthorized access to one’s account with the help of a device called Security Key.

October 16, 2014

#TBT: Evolution of the Google Nexus smartphone

A few times before, we did a timeline for each of Apple’s iPhone releases, up to the point of celebrating seven years of the Cupertino’s flagship smartphone. With the announcement of the new Nexus handset, it’s fitting that we do the same too — a timeline of Google’s smartphone devices that are often seen as torchbearers of […]

October 16, 2014

Phablet Wars: Google Nexus 6 vs Samsung Galaxy Note 4

The Motorola-made Nexus 6 was officially announced today and it is Google’s first Nexus smartphone to enter phablet territory at almost 6-inches. Like most flagship releases, we put it up against its rivals particularly the veteran in this category, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4.

October 16, 2014

Google introduces the Asus Nexus Player

Along with the launch of Android Lollipop and the Nexus 6 and 9, Google also launched an entertainment device what it calls the Nexus Player made by Taiwanese electronic giant Asus.

October 16, 2014

Google unveils the HTC Nexus 9

Along with the new Nexus 6, Google also announced the Nexus 9 – an 8.9-inch tablet manufactured by HTC and will serve as a successor to the now ageing Nexus 10.

October 15, 2014

Google Nexus 6 to have two display sizes like iPhone 6?

We’ve previously reported the anticipated Nexus 6 to have a large 5.9-inch display, but another data suggests a device with a smaller screen. Are we to expect two different display sizes from Google just like what its rival did with the iPhone 6?

October 10, 2014

Google Camel: Google Maps Street View for the Desert

Will Google’s very high tech way to map cities, streets and space, it chose the most conventional solution to map vast amounts of desert land. It’s called Google Camel.

September 16, 2014

ASUS, HTC, Lenovo working with Google for Android One

Google announced yesterday the first batch of smartphones powered by Android One. Among them are devices made by Indian electronics companies like Karbonn, Micromax, and Spice. Of course, Google has also partnered with other prominent manufacturers like ASUS, Acer, HTC, and Lenovo to give its customers more options.

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