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Posts Tagged ‘Google’

Android 4.4.1 brings better photos to Nexus 5

Android 4.4.1 brings better photos to Nexus 5

23.12.13 – 12:10 pm Tech
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Nexus 5 signifies precision. It has come to mean precision after Android 4.4.1 has come into reckoning.  The intelligent yet simple design is breath-taking. The black and white combination is pleasing to the eye and its 5” display looks stunning in full HD.  It is everything one would expect it to be and more. The ...


Google Glass review, Microsoft also got cyberattacks

Google Glass review, Microsoft also got cyberattacks

23.02.13 – 10:26 am Roundup
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The Verge posted a review about Google Glass, a hype technology-bound glasses made by Google for $1500. It's not wide available yet, so it is a privilege for some technology editors to try this thing out. In short, it hasn't reached its truly potential and can be enhanced further, in term of technology and style. ...


Facebook bans Google+ ad

Facebook bans Google+ ad

18.07.11 – 9:36 am Business, Tech
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At the end of the day, business is business. Please keep it in mind. Michael Lee Johnson writes: LOL: I recently ran a Google+ advertisement on Facebook that got all of my campaigns suspended. - Great. The message from Failbook said the following: Your account has been disabled. All of your adverts have been stopped and should not be ...


Google+ is nice, but I still prefer Twitter

Google+ is nice, but I still prefer Twitter

14.07.11 – 7:57 pm Tech
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I should admit that, Google+ is a nice platform. At least, they offer the original feature: Circles. But since friends I have here are almost similar to my Twitter friends, I prefer staying longer on the 140 characters world. At least, at the moment. That Google's intention to launch this new service is originally to catch ...


Google shuts down Google Video

Google shuts down Google Video

18.04.11 – 6:50 am Entertainment, Media
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Google is shutting down the video service, telling that all Google Video contents will no longer be available for playback later this month. Actually, Google stopped accepting uploads to Google video in May 2009. Google asked users to move their contents over to YouTube. Users can also download the video --and store it locally-- since there ...


Indonesian Ministry’s porn filter blocks ads too

Indonesian Ministry’s porn filter blocks ads too

11.08.10 – 6:44 am Media
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See the full gallery on posterousIndonesian Ministry of Communications and Informations started to block porn sites (check-out the list here) today, but apparently it blocks ads, too. For instance, eBay' and Google Adsense's banners got blocked. Weird.[All images from @sigantengkalem]


Android TweetDeck, starting beta test this week

Android TweetDeck, starting beta test this week

10.08.10 – 2:58 am Tech
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I am currently using Seesmic for Android -- that's a nice app for Twitter though, but TweetDeck for Android is also worth trying... Can't wait to get this on my Droid! To get straight to the point, we're nearing completion of Android TweetDeck and we've really been pushing the limits of what ...


Google TV about to be announced!

01.05.10 – 3:03 am Entertainment
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Android-based TV software will be announced at a developer event in May, according to WSJ.


News portals are top online news sources

News portals are top online news sources

15.03.10 – 10:13 am Media
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A recent study found that people prefer news portals —like Yahoo News, Google News, AOL — as their main online news sources rather than the online edition of major news outlets like CNN, CBS, and the New York Times. [via Search Engine Land]


Google real-time search adds Facebook status updates

25.02.10 – 10:50 am Tech
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Public status updates from Facebook Pages now in Google's real-time search. The new features will be rolling out in the next few days --this time is just available globally in English. "Relevance meets the real-time web," Google says. The key thing to remember, however, is that Google has much more limited access ...


URL typos is a big business now!

URL typos is a big business now!

18.02.10 – 12:15 am Statistics
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If you frequently misspelled site addresses, it means you already sent cash to others --in this case, Google! A report says that Google supplied ads to almost 60 percent of these sites and earning some $497 million a year! If these typo domains were treated as a single website, that site would ...


Will Apple build its own search engine?

Will Apple build its own search engine?

12.02.10 – 8:44 am Tech
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The answer is no, according to Silicon Alley Insider. There are too many options in the search market today, so that building a new search engine is not that easy. Another reason: The company is getting over US$100 million anually from Google, since Google is the default search engine in Safari. For ...



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