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FCC filing by Google unveils images of new Glass version

Tech biggie Google’s recent filing with the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has unveiled the images of the company’s next-generation version of its Glass headgear. The new version of the device is the ‘Google Glass Enterprise Edition.’

The images of the new Glass have surfaced... read more

Google reportedly working on new AI-powered messaging service

The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) has revealed in a recent report that tech giant Google is apparently planning to launch a new online messaging service powered by artificial intelligence (AI).

According to the details revealed by WSJ’s unidentified sources, Google has reportedly been working... read more

Google-owned Robotics firm Boston Dynamics’ creepy video leaves holiday revelers aghast

Amid the Christmas and New Year holiday season, Google-owned engineering firm Boston Dynamics, a robotics company, has done something unpleasant. A video posted by the company on the internet with good intentions has left holiday revelers somewhat distasted. In the video, a headless mechanical... read more

Google is testing new, password-free system for access to its services

On Tuesday, tech giant Google confirmed to TechCrunch that it is testing a new, password-free system to enable users to sign into the company’s services, like the popular Gmail email service.

According to the details shared by a Google representative, the new feature which Google is... read more

Google may launch online poll to select the name for Android 7.0

During the course of a recent address at a conference in India, Google CEO Sundar Pichai said that the company may launch an online poll to give the public a chance to decide the name of the next Android version, which will be Android 7.0.

All the versions of Google’s Android mobile... read more

Google updates ‘Now on Tap’ feature available on Android Marshmallow

Tech giant Google has announced the rollout of an update to its ‘Now on Tap’ feature which is currently available only on Android 6.0 Marshmallow. The update brings noteworthy improvements to the Now on Tap feature to make it more useful for the users, particularly during the holiday season.... read more

Google updates its app for iOS; adds support for 3D Touch and iPad multitasking

Google has recently announced the release of a new update for its main app for the iOS platform. The updated Google app for iOS boasts the addition of some noteworthy features, including support for 3D Touch and iPad multitasking --- two features which are solely focused on Apple-centric... read more

Google giving Cardboard VR headsets for free to promote ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’

In a move resulting from Google’s marketing partnership with Lucasfilm, the tech giant is giving away a limited-edition version of ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ Google Cardboard virtual reality (VR) headsets for promoting the impending release of the film.

The design of the ‘Star Wars:... read more

Google Wallet app now allows users to send money to contacts with mobile phone number

According to an announcement made by Google on its Commerce blog, the Google Wallet app for Android is being updated to enable users to send money to anyone on their contact list with a valid mobile phone number. The update will also be available for the users of Google Wallet app for iOS.... read more

Google will start sending traffic to AMP pages via Google Search in Feb 2016

In an announcement this week, Google has revealed that it will start directing mobile web traffic to its Accelerated Mobile Pages via the Google Search engine in late February 2016.

The announcement marks a timeline for the launch of Google’s ambitious ‘Accelerated Mobile Pages Project’ (... read more

Alphabet rebrands Google Life Sciences unit as ‘Verily’

Tech biggie Google’s new parent company Alphabet Inc. has rebranded the Google Life Sciences division as ‘Verily.’

The Google Life Sciences rebranding announcement was made by Alphabet via a video as well as a new Verily website which went live on Monday, December 7. The Verily website... read more

Google’s patent application outlines needle-free glucose-monitoring device

According to a Wired report, a patent application submitted by tech giant Google outlines a new glucose-monitoring device which works in such a way that it can draw a person’s blood without needles and shots.

The mechanism which Google has outlined in its patent application makes use of a... read more

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