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Google’s self-driving car project, the first drive.

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The Google Car is fully electric, big enough for two passengers. It’ll only go 25 miles per hour. Your involvement with the car consists of four things: get in, put on your seatbelt, press the Start button, and wait. While you’re waiting, maybe check out the large screen in the center console, which shows the […]

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What to expect from Android Wear.

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There’s plenty we know about Android Wear already: It’s Google’s software platform for wearables; it’s designed to allow you to interact with your phone and with Google Now straight from your wrist; and numerous manufacturers, from HTC to Motorola, have Wear-powered smartwatches coming in the near future. There’s also a regular calendar notification on show, […]

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Google Changed Its Logo This Weekend and You Didn’t Even Notice!

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  If you were browsing the internet at all this past weekend, there’s a good chance you came across Google’s ubiquitous logo at some point during your travels. What you didn’t notice, however, is the fact that Google adjusted the letters in its logo ever so slightly—and it actually makes a pretty huge difference. As […]

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Google initiative will lease solar panels to consumers

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In order to efficiently celebrate Earth Day, Google decided to invest in renewable energy, but this time to bring cheaper electricity to homes and not to power its data centers. The internet giant is funding 250$M to buy up solar panels and then distribute them among American households. With solar panels steadily getting cheaper, it […]

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Google’s new camera app brings Photo Sphere and Lens Blur to Android devices

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While Google has continued to toss new features into the camera app shipped on its Nexus devices, many Android phones replace it with something else. But just as we revealed a few weeks ago, now it’s available in the Play Store, ready to run on any phone or tablet using Android 4.4 KitKat. Beyond bits […]

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Project Ara video reminds us why we want a modular phone

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Project Ara video reminds us why we want a modular phone

Google sold most of Motorola Mobility to Lenovo for $2.9 billion earlier this year, but it kept one small part of the phone manufacturer. Motorola’s Advanced Technology and Projects group had been working on Project Ara when it was incorporated by Google — an ambitious plan for a modular smartphone that could retail for around […]

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Some of 2014 April Fools

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The Gmail Shelfie This feature celebrates both April Fool’s Day and Gmail’s 10 year anniversary. Gmail Launched in 2004, themes were added in 2008 as a way for users to personalize their inboxes, and in 2012 the service took it further by allowing users to create their own custom themes. Now the third iteration which […]

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Amazon launches an Android running set-top box.

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Rumors have been running around Amazon’s launch of a set-top box, and now the Wall Street Journal reports that its video-streaming device will ship in early April. The device is Android-base, just like Amazon’s FireOS that power its tablets. TechCrunch earlier reported that Amazon’s set-top box will be a dongle just like Google’s Chromecast. A […]

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Google confirms deal with Green Throttle Games, a hint that a set-top box could be in the works

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Reported by PandoDaily, Google has bought various assets of Green Throttle Games, who’s bringing mobile games to the big screen. This might be a sign of Google’s commitment to conquer our living rooms! Since The Information previously reported that a new, Android-powered set-top box is now in development and could hit the market in the […]

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Military Google Glass Will Help Soldiers See Over Mountains

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Call them Glassoldiers or whatever you want, the american military could be the first to use Google Glass-like headgear. These headgears can measure distances, display 3D building layouts & transmit video from a drone and more, all in front of the soldiers eyes. In addition, enemy positions, the location of fellow soldiers, maps of a […]

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