MediaFire Beats Google Drive, Offers 1TB for $2.5 per Month

MediaFire Beats Google Drive, Offers 1TB for $2.5 per Month

Back in the middle of last month, we’ve seen Google seriously discount the price of its Google Drive monthly cloud storage plans, to just $1.99 for 100GB, $9.99 for 1TB and $99.99 for 10TB. At the time, it felt like this was the cheapest offer, but MediaFire has prepared an even more painful hit for cloud storage players - 1TB of […]

     
 
 

Top 10 Tips and Tricks to Master the Google Calendar

Top 10 Tips and Tricks to Master the Google Calendar

It is amazing how we can still stay organized in these days, when everybody is so stressed and tired because of their crowded schedules. In the past people used an agenda, but the days of the traditional calendar books where you’d have to write everything down have ended for some time, and now the digital way has succeeded them. Nowadays, […]

 
     
 
 

Watch Out: Google’s Pranks for April Fool’s Day [2014]

Watch Out: Google’s Pranks for April Fool’s Day [2014]

It’s April 1, so this means that you can play practical jokes and hoaxes on each other. Google, like some other tech companies, is taking this occasion to come up with some pranks of its own. So, if you don’t want to to fall victim or you’re just curious to see which is the entire collection of Google’s jokes for […]

     
 
 

Chromecast vs Roku: Which Streaming Stick is Better?

Chromecast vs Roku: Which Streaming Stick is Better?

Chromecast presents itself as “the easiest way to enjoy online video and music on your TV”, while Roku describes its streaming stick as “a tiny Roku player that gives customers the easiest way to enjoy the best selection of streaming entertainment on TV.” Without taking a further look at both sticks, we might be inclined to think they offer pretty […]

 
     
 
 

Google Jumps into Wearables, Brings Android Wear

Google Jumps into Wearables, Brings Android Wear    

While the entire world was looking at Apple to find them the next Smartwatch, or, in other words, fix what Samsung has been doing with its Gear range of smartwatches, Google has come out of nowhere with its own take on wearables in general and smartwatches in particular: Android Wear. As the name suggests the smartwatch OS is based on […]

     
 
 

The Best Google Glass Competitors That You Can Buy

The Best Google Glass Competitors That You Can Buy    

Google Glass is a new device from Google that is expected to be widely available to customers during 2014. Although just a test device at the moment, the smart eyewear is already well-known in the online world as the next “must have” in terms of gizmos. From taking photos, videos and video calls to sending texts and calling your friends, […]

     
 
 

Google Nexus Wireless Charger Officially Available in India for Rs.3,299

Google Nexus Wireless Charger Officially Available in India for Rs.3,299

Not sure what took them so long, but Google has finally made the Nexus Wireless charger available in four more countries – India, Australia, Japan and Korea, starting immediately. This new Nexus wireless charger is designed to work with Nexus 7 (2013), Nexus 5, and Nexus 4. In India, Google has priced the Nexus Wireless charger at Rs.3,299 (~$53) which […]

     
 
 

Google Brings Native Chrome apps that Work Offline to Mac Users

Google Brings Native Chrome apps that Work Offline to Mac Users

The Chrome apps have been in beta since May, this year, being introduced for the first time in September for Windows and Chromebook users. Now, Google has announced that Chrome Apps are natively available for Mac users. This means that Google’s Chrome Apps will function like native Mac apps, updating automatically, working offline and syncing on any computer if user is […]

     
 
 

Google Earth Tour Builder Helps you Tell Stories Through Maps

Google Earth Tour Builder Helps you Tell Stories Through Maps    

The Google Earth Tour Builder tool is the fruit of a joint project between Google Creative Lab and Google Earth Outreach that is meant to help record, share and tell stories using Google Maps. Tour Builder is still a beta product, so you might encounter some bugs or that experience of using the tool might seem half-baked at times. Creating […]

     
 
 

Nexus Phones Aren’t Meant to be Perfect

Nexus Phones Aren’t Meant to be Perfect

Nexus 5 was announced a week back and we already have the first set of reviews pouring in from bloggers who managed to get their hands on the newest Android flagship device much before others. As always, the reviews are mixed, but there’s one thing common in most of the reviews so far – Nexus 5 is NOT the best […]