Has privacy ever been a matter of concern for you? Do you really care if Google collects your personal online data? If the answer to the above questions is yes, here’s another thing which will concern you. Today, Google has announced that your Google Search history could now be viewed from your phone.
Most of you probably have two or more Gmail accounts and can’t use them together in one browser. Well, Google has a solution for you. Google has been testing this feature for quite some time and has finally enabled it in Gmail.
Till date, you could only upload videos on YouTube which were worth 10 minutes. This time limit was good for reviews and news of some sort, but really not enough. Today, YouTube has announced that the video time limit has been increased to 15 minutes. Not a huge increase, but a necessary update.
Google announced Google TV at Google I/O. They plan to bring the web to your TV along with hi-def YouTube videos. Google has partnered with Logitech and Sony to manufacture the device. According to Peter Sherman, Google is really excited about the new product and thinks that watching YouTube videos on your TV would be cool.
iPhone 4 and iPad have distracted tech minds and we have almost forgotten that there are loads of other great phones from different manufacturers available in the market. Android offers users another choice and stops the future from being dominated by only one carrier, one manufacturer and one company that controls all our data.
Google Maps has been getting a lot of updates recently and Google is constantly looking out for new ways to let users find places easily and quickly. Today, Google has released Google Maps for Android version 4.4 which makes it really easy to find common places in any area.
Google has now added a dedicated place icon that lets you quickly look up nearby places and pick a place to go using the updated Place Pages, just like on your computer. On an Android device, you’d be able to find Places in the App Launcher area. The App would let your find specific places like coffee shops, restaurants, bars, hotels and lots more. When launched, It would present a customizable screen with icons for places arranged in a definite manner. You could tap or drag any icon to your home screen.
Today, HTC announced that it had decided to adopt Super LCD and that it would introduce SLCD to various HTC phones including the Desire and the Nexus One. The switch would make its devices more efficient and thus increase battery performance. SLCD is the latest in LCD technology and offers an enhanced viewing experience.
Metaweb, a company that maintains an open database of things in the world has been acquired by Google. The move will help Google make the web richer and more meaningful to everyone.
Picnik, a popular online picture editing site was acquired by Google a few months back. The acquisition was huge and fans had big expectations from Google as well as the Picnik Team. Today, Google has integrated Picnik with Picasa Web Albums and now you could edit any of your pictures with just a single click.
The lifeatgoogle YouTube channel uploaded a new video in which two Google engineers answer some questions about work-life balance at Google. Fitz and Ben from Google Chicago answered the question in a witty and interesting manner. To view the questions, they took help from their gPad. Whoa! A gPad? Nothing to get excited about. It was just another joke from these humorous Google guys and a response to Apple’s iPad.