One of the most expected gadgets of the year is Google Glass, a project which was showcased last year by co-founder Sergey at a fashion event taking place in New York. Ever since then, there were a lot of speculation regarding what exactly was the hardware that they used in the device.
At last year’s Google I/O Developer conference, Sergey said that those present can pre-order the Explorer Edition of the device at the price of $1500. When they asked about shipping, the company suggested the availability in early 2013.
The guys over at Gizmodo Australia have managed to get their hands on a bunch of documents which offer a lot of details over Google’s Nexus 7 upcoming tablet. The device is scheduled to be announced at the well-known Google I/O Conference but the news about the leak can only contribute to the hype and buzz for the product.
Apple fans from all around the world have their attention pointed at the news regarding the WWDC 2012 scheduled to start today. Without any doubt, this is the most important Apple event of the summer because Tim Cook will unveil iOS 6, which is the most anticipated mobile operating system of the year. Even if Apple decide to show off just a demo and not the full blown version of the operating system, we know this for sure because they are already setting up banners for the conference.
One of the first things you should do after you create your blog using Google’s Blogger platform, is to add a XML sitemap file on it. This file helps search engines like Google or Bing to find content pages on your blog, which may have been missed by the automatic bots crawling websites on a scheduled basis.
Google fans and tech enthusiasts will be pleased to find out that Google has officially released yesterday a competitor to Microsoft’s SkyDrive and to Apple’s iCloud storage solutions, the Google Drive. With the new service from Google, Google Drive, you can now store your files in the cloud, share them with your friends or even edit documents stored there.
Freedom as we know it, the same type that has allowed the creation and the existence of the internet for three decades is now threatened by the action of “powerful forces” that want to control it, declared one of the co-founders of Google, Sergey Brin.
In an interview with the newspaper “The Guardian”, Brin warns that these “forces” have lined up against the freedom offered by the internet and acknowledges that he is more concerned than ever and that he is scared to even think about the current situation. He explains that the threat for internet freedom comes from governments seeking to control… Continue to Sergey Brin Attacks Facebook And Apple - Is The Google Co-Founder Right?
Recent reports show that Google is planning to release the second generation of Google TV to Europe along with other regions, sometime in September this year. According to TechSpot, there will be two Google TV versions available for purchase from Sony who is one of the device manufacturers.
For those of you who are interested in purchasing a Google TV from the second generation, pricing details are as follows: you will have to pay approximately 266USD for the basic Google TV model and 399USD for a premium model manufactured by Sony, which includes a Blu-ray player option. The same sources claim… Continue to Google TV 2nd Generation Coming To Europe In September
When Windows 8 will finally be released users will notice that IE 10 comes with Microsoft’s Bing setup as the homepage or default search engine, for both the Metro and desktop version of the popular internet browser.
Until now, setting Google as homepage in Internet Explorer (or default search engine) wasa task that could be done easily by anyone who knew how to use a browser. As IE 10 now plays an important role in the Windows 8 experience, you will have to use the search provider feature and add it to the approved list. This article will show… Continue to Set Google As Homepage In IE 10 [Internet Explorer How To]
With both Apple and Microsoft engaging in the cloud storage war, it was pretty obvious that Google was not going to stand aside and miss out on the chance to make a hit on this particular niche. As a result, rumors about Google trying to implement a cloud storage service appear now and then. The team at Talk Android came across a leaked screenshot of Google Drive, which will offer 5GB of cloud storage for free.
If you’re using a rooted Android device, then it is very likely that you’ve installed at least a couple of 3rd party launchers. One of the most famous and popular Android launchers comes from the GO Dev Team, which have a bunch of apps for Android like GO SMS Pro, GO Contacts, GO Keyboard and the one we’re interested in, GO Launcher EX.