Archive for the ‘Google’ Category

17 Jul
2013

How to Install Samsung Galaxy Camera App on Galaxy S4

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The original Samsung Galaxy Camera is one of the finest cameras to hit the market in recent times. It allows you to do some magical professional digital photography on the go. The camera features 16 Megapixels image quality, the latest Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS and a specially designed camera app which is packed with some amazing… Read More »

12 Jul
2013

Google to Shut Down Latitude on August 9th

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Google’s habit of killing apps continues and it has recently announced that Google Latitude will be shutting down on 9th of August. The announcement was made on the release of Google Maps version 7 for Android. Some weeks ago, Google also knocked off its Google Reader service and now its Google Latitude’s turn to meet the… Read More »

29 Jun
2013

Google is Building an Android Game Console and Smartwatch

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After making an unprecedented mark in online search with Google.com and online mail with Gmail.com, Google has seemingly turned its attention towards web centric hardware. Android powered Nexus smartphones and Galaxy tablets have already met success in the market but now according to a recent report from Wall Street Journal, Google has decided to enter the… Read More »

23 Mar
2013

Future of Google Fiber: Is It Really the Next Big Thing?

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It’s impossible to ignore, by now, the level of hype Google Fiber has generated, since it was presented as the faster fiber broadband connection service in Kansas, USA. With speeds up to 1 gigabyte at affordable prices, Google is killing the competition in the areas where the service is already active which is exciting users… Read More »

27 Mar
2013

What Can Google Learn From Facebook Graph Search?

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After giving Facebook Graph Search a test ride, we think it’s brilliant. While many of the options are very personalized, relating to your likes, friends and photos, there’s still a lot to be said about the categorization which makes you wonder why Google never implemented anything like it. Even if Google were not compiling personal… Read More »