An assembly 26 Republican and Democrat senators are asking for more information from the National Intelligence director, James Clapper, on the NSA’s PRISM program. These Senators are not happy with Clapper’s testimony from back in March of this year where he said that the NSA didn’t collect any data on Americans. Since that time more
The imminent demise of the popular Google Reader is near. The nonsensical decision to shut down Google Reader has left many online users wandering all over the internet to find a tool that can be called a “Worthy Google Reader Alternative”. Since the announcement, many developers stepped up and released RSS subscription services to take
Google is rumored to be developing its own Android game console, but can it avoid the potholes that the Ouya fell into?
For over two weeks now, Google has aggressively asked the federal government to allow them to publish the exact numbers of data requests they’re getting from the National Security Agency (NSA). Even after the exposing of the NSA PRISM program and other previously classified information, the federal government will not cave into the pressure. Google recently
Motorola Mobility has been around for ages now so this brand new logo symbolizes the change in direction the company has been promising they will pursue starting this year. Also, colors!
A few months back, Google announced that they will shut down one of its most popular services – Google Reader – permanently. This news came as a shock to most of us who relied on Google Reader to read the news from the internet. Since then, many developers have managed to launch their application that
The Xbox One, or otherwise known as the XBone on the internet, has been receiving a lot criticism lately and now Google has chimed in to confirm everyone’s thoughts.
If the recent NSA leaks revealed by the press has you worried, you are not alone. In fact, a little talked about private search engine called ‘DuckDuckGo’ has enjoyed sudden increase in traffic and it appears to be attributed to the recent storm of privacy concerns.
What if we could solve our global internet problem with Google balloons?
Since Google I/O 2013 has come and gone without any new hardware being unveiled, one would be inclined to think Nexus 7’s follow-up has either been delayed or isn’t coming period. According to Digitimes though, that’s not the case and the second-gen N7 will go on sale next month.
Google currently sits in an envious position as a survey has revealed that almost all Americans have a ‘favorable’ view of the company.
In an effort to allow users to replace their OEM customized keyboards with the stock Android keyboard as easily as possible, Google has released the stock Android keyboard on Play Store for devices running on Android 4.0 and above. Google has been doing it for a while, pulling various files from their stock Android ROM
Google is pushing out their monthly update for Glass Explorer kits. This month’s update brings new features such has HDR (High Dynamic Range), improved low-light photos and captions. Google’s commitment to their ambitious Glass project is absolute. At Google I/O last month, the company announced that their team of developers will release monthly updates to
Platform numbers for the month May 2013 are in, revealing the number of Android devices running the different versions of the OS, from Donut (1.6) all the way up to Jelly Bean (4.2.2). Platform numbers for May 2013 reveal positive growth for Google’s most recent Jelly Bean flavor for Android. With each passing month, the
The first porn app has been released for Google Glass and it goes by the name Tits & Glass. Very cheeky.
A special version of the HTC One running on Stock Android was revealed by Senior VP (Android and Chrome), Sundir Pichar at the D11 conference earlier this week. Now, to cater to early adopters of the One, HTC is considering allowing them to replace Sense with stock Android.
Google’s high-speed Fiber broadband service, seen by many as an experiment by the company to push for faster internet access speeds while remaining affordable, will soon begin to turn the financial tables and be profitable for Google in the long run. Let’s have an opening line supplementing our summary in the words of Google Fiber head
Google just recently posted an important notice to its Google Glass channel on G+ that puts to rest all privacy concerns. Many people, which includes the U.S. Congress, had privacy concerns with the prototype eye-ware. Google is trying to calm these fears by saying they are rejecting any ‘Glassware’ that would jeopardize any individual’s security
People tend to have bad passwords, and Google wants to help the world fix that problem. They’ve released a PSA on how to make a good password.
While many iPhone users have been hoping for a phone closer in size to that of larger smartphones, Google and Samsung are now planning to scale back the size of their phones to something closer to what Apple is producing. Samsung is releasing two “mini” 4.3-inch versions of their Galaxy S4, called the G4 zoom