Google Now Location Aware Search

Google Now has just gotten insanely better, and very freaky

By on June 10, 2015 at 7:45 AM.

Google Now has just gotten insanely better, and very freaky

For many people, Google Search is the only way to search the web for relevant information about all sorts of topics, and the company has constantly improved it to offer more accurate and better tailored answers. In fact, the company just announced a terrific new feature that makes Google Now even more useful than before. And very freaky. More →

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Google Europe Antitrust Search Android Case

Google admits it’s completely botched its relations with EU regulators

By on June 5, 2015 at 8:15 PM.

Google admits it’s completely botched its relations with EU regulators

Google has quite a battle on its hands with the European Union. The company’s Search and Android businesses, its privacy policy and tax practices are all under some sort of investigation. The company’s local chief admitted in an interview that Google may have been wrong about how it’s handled its situation in Europe, but it still dismissed the main accusations coming from the EU, which say Google’s abused its dominant position when it comes to search and smartphones. More →

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Google Search Tips Tricks Hidden Features

5 simple tricks that will turn you into a Google power user

By on May 29, 2015 at 11:06 AM.

5 simple tricks that will turn you into a Google power user

Google Search is a very powerful service ready to bring you answers to most of your questions — sometimes even before you’ve finished typing them. But there are some tricks you might not know about that will let you use Google’s search tool like you’ve never done before. More →

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Google Search Instant Answers Questions

Brilliant new Google search feature answers your questions before you’re done typing them

By on May 27, 2015 at 5:50 PM.

Brilliant new Google search feature answers your questions before you’re done typing them

Google is rolling out an exciting new update to its searches that will answer your questions before you’re even done typing them. The answer will appear listed directly in the autocomplete dropdown options just like search suggestions do, The Next Web reports. That way, the user doesn’t actually need to finish the sentence, or even wait for regular search results to appear. More →

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Google Search: Removing Ads Smartphones

European carriers are planning to hurt Google where it matters most

By on May 15, 2015 at 11:15 AM.

European carriers are planning to hurt Google where it matters most

European carriers are apparently working on deploying technology that could filter out mobile ads on smartphones and tablets operating on their networks, a move that could deliver a crippling blow to Google, Facebook, and other online business that might depend on advertising revenue. More →

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Android App Install from Google Search

Use this new Google search trick to find and install the best Android apps

By on April 17, 2015 at 9:45 AM.

Use this new Google search trick to find and install the best Android apps

Google on Thursday announced a new app discovery feature that developers can use to further drive up app installs. However, this new developer tool is also a neat trick every Android user should know, as it could significantly improve the overall app install experience. More →

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Google Search and FTC Investigation

The true story of how Google got away with being ‘evil’

By on March 20, 2015 at 1:32 PM.

The true story of how Google got away with being ‘evil’

In early 2013, Google dodged a major bullet in the U.S. as FTC commissioners looking into its Internet search practices voted unanimously not to pursue the antitrust investigation. But now it looks like The Wall Street Journal inadvertently discovered that Google actually may have been guilty of favoring its own services in search results, all while pressuring rivals in the process. More →

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Google Search Movie Download Pirate Sites

Finding pirated movies online is about to get a lot harder

By on October 27, 2014 at 4:08 PM.

Finding pirated movies online is about to get a lot harder

Copyright content holders who want to stop Internet pirates from distributing illegal movies, TV shows, music, games, and other content on the Internet have apparently just scored a major victory, Business Insider reports, as Google has pushed out a major search update that may prevent you from discovering pirated movies and TV shows before you even have the chance to download them. More →

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Eric Schmidt Google Search

The real questions Google Search wants to answer, but can’t yet

By on October 20, 2014 at 3:03 PM.

The real questions Google Search wants to answer, but can’t yet

For many Internet users, Google is synonymous with online search and is seen as the go-to place to get your questions answered. However, Google is still looking for new things to add to its search capabilities, as former CEO and current chairman Eric Schmidt outlined in a speech last week in Berlin where he talked about “innovation, technology, and the future of the Internet.” More →

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Why Did Google Remove a Feature or Product

Why Google isn’t afraid to kill your favorite products

By on July 25, 2014 at 2:45 PM.

Why Google isn’t afraid to kill your favorite products

In addition to explaining why Google actually needs the gorgeous new Material Design deployed on Android L, android apps and the web, Google’s Search design guru Jon Wiley talked during the same Reddit Ask-Me-Anything (AMA) session about the reasons why Google has to sometimes remove features from products, or products, even though some people may still be interested in using them. More →

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Google Search, Gmail and Maps Tricks

12 nifty Google tricks you should know about

By on July 17, 2014 at 11:25 AM.

12 nifty Google tricks you should know about

Google is the preferred search engine for millions of people, with the giant company having many other web-related products available for users, all built around, or in relationship with search and ads. While most users know how to perform a search, use Gmail or navigate with Maps, they may not be aware of some of the nifty hidden tricks Google has included in its online services. More →

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Nokia Lumia 930 and 630 Google Search

This is how Microsoft is trolling Google in new Nokia Lumia phones

By on July 15, 2014 at 3:51 PM.

This is how Microsoft is trolling Google in new Nokia Lumia phones

The Microsoft-Google enmity is one of the very interesting rivalries in the tech world, and the Windows maker has just taken another hit at its archenemy. The Verge has learned that Microsoft has purposely removed the option for Nokia Lumia owners to select Google Search as their default smartphone engine on newly launched devices, including the Lumia 630 and Lumia 930. Interestingly though, some European versions of the handsets do let users select Google Search as the default search engine for online queries, and Microsoft has not commented on the matter. More →

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