How to Use Google’s Services and Not Become a Product

How to Use Google’s Services and Not Become a Product    

Since 1995, when Larry Page met Sergey Brin and came up with the idea of a website like it, it’s been quite a while. Google is without doubt one of the most popular search engines out there, but it’s much more than just a place to look for stuff. While students may be using it to get their homework done, […]

     
 
 

Google is Improving Chrome’s Power Consumption by Tweaking Flash Content

Google is Improving Chrome’s Power Consumption by Tweaking Flash Content

Google’s Chrome browser is considered to be among the fastest browsers around, but it could soon have some serious competition in the form of Microsoft’s upcoming Edge browser. But unlike speed, power consumption isn’t an area where Google’s browser claims too many merits. However, that is about to change as the company is looking to diminish Chrome’s battery draining. In […]

     
 
 

The Chromebook Q&A: Everything You Wanted to Know About Chromebooks

The Chromebook Q&A: Everything You Wanted to Know About Chromebooks

Google launched a new range of Chromebooks in India recently. And while we will be reviewing a few of them, we have also been deluged by questions about what a Chromebook actually is and how it is different and/or better than existing notebooks. Here is our attempt at answering some of these queries. Right, so what is a Chromebook? Simple. […]

 
     
 
 

Google Photos Launches on Android, iOS, and Web with Free Unlimited Storage

Google Photos Launches on Android, iOS, and Web with Free Unlimited Storage    

This year’s Google I/O conference has kickstarted with a keynote full of many announcements, such as the unveiling of Android M and its special battery saving feature, the introduction of Android Pay and Brillo for the Internet of Things, as well as HBO Now for Android and Chromecast. And, as it was pretty much expected, Google has also announced a […]

     
 
 

Upcoming Android M Version Said to Include Native Fingerprint Authentication

Upcoming Android M Version Said to Include Native Fingerprint Authentication

This year’s Google I/O conference will take place at the end of next week, on May 28-29, and it’s said to bring a lot of news regarding the upcoming Android M version. Google is also expected to discouss about aew Google Glass device, the updates on Android One, a new Chromecast and much more. Now, a fresh rumor from BuzzFeed suggests […]