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Posts Tagged: Google

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Google gears up for its own Payment System due this May

After Samsung's leap to the mobile payment system with the release of the Samsung Pay earlier yesterday, Google also voiced out its intentions of ente...
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Google to tap Huawei and LG for two Nexus smartphone releases this year

After its first entry to the phablet department with the Nexus 6, Google is now reported to be in talks with Huawei for the next Nexus smartphones. Ap...
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Strike at Apple Pay, Google Wallet to be Installed in More Phones

Google is competing against Apple Pay with their version of mobile payments service Google Wallet.
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YouTube Launching Child-Friendly Video Platform

Due to ongoing requests from parents to make their site more child-friendly, YouTube has decided to launch a video app that is suited for kids.
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Google announces I/O conference dates and registration

Google announces initial plans in the forthcoming I/O conference to catch up with the entire buzz surrounding other platforms these days. The event wi...
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Apple’s iPhone Sales More Than Microsoft and Google Combined

Apple was able to make more than twice as much of what Google and Microsoft made combined during the last quarter.
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Google to soon become a mobile virtual network provider in United States

Google is definitely one of the prime movers of the mobile revolution. It has started its grass roots in web search and eventually ventures into bigge...
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Google+ Automatically Makes Videos Look Better

Google+ has been automatically enhancing photos for two years now and starting today they will be doing the same for videos.
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Microsoft Partners with Rival Google

Microsoft will allow their users to move their Windows applications to Google's cloud for free. So now, it seems like Microsoft freely agreed to share...
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Google Planning on Child-Friendly Chrome and YouTube services

Google is said to be developing a child-friendly alternative of their Chrome and YouTube.