Google Nexus 7 Review: When Hardware And Software (Mostly) Become One

Little by little, Google is slowly piecing together a more cohesive and complete mobile OS. Having the right hardware to drive Android doesn't hurt either. While the Nexus 7 isn't quite what I expecte

YouTube And Google+ Grow Closer: All Users Can Now Switch Their Usernames To Their Google+ Profiles

YouTube's comment section isn't exactly known for being a hotbed of in-depth intellectual conversations. One of the reasons for this, some would argue, is the fact that YouTube still lets people post

Don’t Expect To Use Instagram On The Nexus 7

For whatever reason, the <a href="">Nexus 7</a> tablet lacks a rear-facing camera. This makes Google's tablet incompatible with many Android camera apps

Don’t Expect A Full Read/Write Google+ API Anytime Soon, Google Doesn’t Want To Disrupt Something “Magical”

Despite the fact that Google has been slowly launching more APIs for Google+, don't expect the company to launch a full read/write API anytime soon. During a Google+ platform fireside chat at <a href=

Hands On With Google’s Chrome For iOS: Just Like Chrome For Android, Only Slower

Google today launched Chrome for iOS and it's <a href="">now available in the App Store</a>. Do

How Google Pulled Off Their Live Video Skydiving With Glasses Demo

Google <a href="">won the Internet</a> by pulling off a truly impressive <a target="_blank" href="

Hands On With Google Drive On iOS

As <a href="">promised at this morning's Google I/O conference</a>,

Google Bows To Apple: Chrome On iOS Will Use Apple’s Slow UIWebView To Render Web Pages

Google is <a href="">launching Chrome for iOS today</a>. Many pundits assumed that Google was holding back Chrome from iOS because it co

Google Takes Its Google+ Platform Mobile With Android, iOS SDKs & Social Plugins For The Mobile Web

Google+ is obviously a major focus for Google these days, but until now, the company hasn't really focused on extending the Google platform beyond its own services and its +1 buttons. Now, however, th

Chromebox Joins Nexus 7 Tablet, Q And Phone In Google’s I/O Swag Bag

Google just gave away a Chromebox, the desktop version of the company's Chromebook laptops, to all Google I/O attendees. Besides being a venue for Google's most spectacular launches (and jumps), Googl

Google’s Chromebooks Are Coming To 100 Best Buy Stores Across U.S., More Retailers Coming Soon

Google just announced that its Chromebooks will hit 100 Best Buy stores across the U.S. at its <a target="_blank" href="">I/O developer conference today</a>, an

Google Launches Compute Engine To Take On Amazon Web Services

Google has spent the last decade building a huge amount of infrastructure to support its own services and applications. Now anyone will be able to take advantage of all that investment, as Google is r

Google Drive Now Has 10 Million Users: Available On iOS and Chrome OS

Google has just announced over 10 million users that have signed into Google Drive, Google's new cloud-syncing storage platform. The product only launched in April of this year, so this is quite the m

Gmail Now Has 425 Million Users, Google Apps Used By 5 Million Businesses And 66 Of The Top 100 Universities

Google announced that Gmail now has 425 Million users at its annual Google I/O developer conference today. It's being used by government agencies in 45 states and 66 of the top 100 universities in the

Google’s Chrome Browser Now Works On The iPhone And iPad

Today at Google I/O, the company announced that it is launching a new version of its Chrome browser, which will be available for iPhone and iPad users. The new app should be on the Apple App Store tod

Google: Chrome Now Has 310 Million Active Users, Most Popular Browser In The World

At its annual <a target="_blank" href="">Google I/O developer conference</a> in San Francisco today, Google announced that Chrome now has 310 million active use

Live Blog: Google I/O Keynote Day Two

We're in the second day of the Google I/O developer conference in San Francisco, and I'll be liveblogging today's keynote. <a href="

The Google Nexus Q, Made In The U.S.A.

Take that, conventional wisdom! The oddball Google Nexus Q is made in the good ol' US of A, proving that electronics can be assembled outside of China. This fun little tidbit wasn't mentioned durin

Google Now Comes Online (Well, Its Homepage Does)

<a target="_blank" href="">Google Now</a>, the smart personal search assistant <a href="">announced yesterday at Goog

Strange Days, Indeed

In 1995, long before Tom Cruise was waving his hands around in now eerily true-to-life vision of the future that was "Minority Report," another science fiction drama was also painting a picture of the
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