Google Could Be Killing Feedburner and Reader With Their New Google Plus For Brands

When Google Plus launched earlier this year, the company made it a point to let us know that the service was still available only to personal profiles and that brands and businesses who want to build a Google Plus page of their own will have to wait. In an interview to VentureBeat, a Google spokesman … Continue reading “Google Could Be Killing Feedburner and Reader With Their New Google Plus For Brands”

Google Competing With Apple on Digital Publishing

Well! At the moment, no one is backing off. Each one is taking the competition one step ahead and the next one is immediately coming back to stay at an even keel. Only a few days ago, Apple launched its digital subscription services for magazines, now its Google’s turn to churn out the same for … Continue reading “Google Competing With Apple on Digital Publishing”

Google Coming Out With Hardware For Ice Cream

Google’s executive in charge of Android Andy Rubin has confirmed that Android 2.4 or Ice cream will be accompanied by a smartphone. He has also confirmed that from now on every new Android version will be accompanied by hardware, meaning a new device. Both Andy Ruben and Eric Shmidt, the chief executive have confirmed at … Continue reading “Google Coming Out With Hardware For Ice Cream”

Who Will Buy Twitter – Facebook or Google?

Apparently, both Google and Facebook are holding talks with Twitter with regards to its sale. Twitter, the very famous microblogging site which started in 2006 had actually grown phenomenally in its initial years. It is estimated that Twitter would quote a price of 8-10 billion dollars. Estimates are that Twitter only managed to make 45 … Continue reading “Who Will Buy Twitter – Facebook or Google?”

Is Nokia Planning To Tie-Up With Google As Well?

We all know about the Nokia-Microsoft partnership that happened yesterday. Now, if rumors are to be believed, Nokia is also planning to tie-up with Google and use the support of their phone OS Android. This news comes from Elder Murtazin, the chief analyst of Mobile-Review.com. “Inside sources have reported that Nokia is also planning to … Continue reading “Is Nokia Planning To Tie-Up With Google As Well?”

Google Android On the Rise, Overtakes Apple

In an earlier news, we reported that the Google OS has overtaken Nokia’s Symbian to become the world’s most popular phone OS. A dotcom report which was released yesterday suggests the same trend in the US market with Goolge leaping past everyone else in the smartphone business except America’s favourite smartphone – RIM’s Blackberry. But, … Continue reading “Google Android On the Rise, Overtakes Apple”

Google v Bing – Is Bing Plagiarising?

The Google v Bing thing is getting nastier by day. Google’s search fellow Amit Singhal has tweeted that Bing was simply lifting Google’s results. Well, it can’t get any nastier, can it? Now, Google has accused Microsoft of plagiarising their results – an intellectual property theft which is a very serious crime. Looks like there … Continue reading “Google v Bing – Is Bing Plagiarising?”

Android Market Web Store Updated by Google

Google is upping the anti against Apple on all fronts. Freshly, Google has updated its Android Market Web store to take on Apple’s App store. Google has now introduced market.android.com, its new web store that can now be accessed on web browsers as well. Previously, users were only able to access the 100,000 offerings on … Continue reading “Android Market Web Store Updated by Google”

Google Translate App For Android Now In Conversation Mode

Have you ever felt the need to ask for directions in a foreign country where nobody speaks in your tongue? Google has just introduced an interesting new ‘Conversation Mode‘ on their Translate app for Android that will make such conversations simple. Using the conversation mode, users can speak in their native tongue that will then … Continue reading “Google Translate App For Android Now In Conversation Mode”

Is Your Website Hacked? Check With Google Notifications

Google has introduced a new functionality to their search engine results that will tell visitors if a site has been hacked. Starting now, any search result from a website that Google detects as hacked will display a message that reads, “This site may be compromised“. Clicking on the link will take the visitor to a … Continue reading “Is Your Website Hacked? Check With Google Notifications”