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From Mentalplex to Gmail Tap: Google’s top April Fool’s Day pranks over the years

From Mentalplex to Gmail Tap: Google’s top April Fool’s Da...

This was the very first Google prank on 1 April 2000. The Mentalplex had a swirling animated gif at which you needed to stare at for some time and then clicking on it would project the image that you were visualising. On actually clicking you were presented ... Tech2, 22 hours ago

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Google Introduces Paid Search Services

Google, known for many industry innovations has introduced a path-breaking business model. It has become the first company to charge for its search engine service . This means that you will have to pay for searching content on Internet using world's most ...
 Techtree23 hours ago

New Google Doodle Celebrates First Day of Spring

Kirsten Lepore—Google A celestial trifecta welcomes in the change of seasons The Sun, the Moon, and Google are celebrating the official start of spring — this year's vernal equinox on March 20 will include a solar eclipse, a supermoon and a ...
 Time1 week ago 51 Thoughts That Go Through Your Mind During Your First Week At BuzzFeed  BuzzFeed1 week ago Google doodles to celebrate 126th anniversary of the public opening of the Eiffel Tower  Tech21 day ago Weather Gang: Google celebrates first day of spring, but Europe got the better doodle  Washington Post1 week ago
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World Cup QF 2: Google puts doodle on India-Bangladesh encounter

New Delhi, Mar 19: As the neighbouring nations India and Bangladesh are locking horns, for the first time, in the ICC World Cup 2015, search engine giant Google has come up with a new colourful doodle on its home page. Doodle is intended to celebrate ...
 One India1 week ago Google doodle celebrates Ind-Aus semifinal  India Today1 week ago ICC World Cup: Google doodle basks in Ind vs Aus cricket frenzy  Mid Day1 week ago Google doodle celebrates India-Australia World Cup semifinal  Times of India1 week ago
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Google to use a Microsoft invention to improve its Chrome Web browser

New Delhi: Google is aiming at improving the scrolling experience in its Chrome browser using a standard that was first introduced by Microsoft for its Internet Explorer browser. Scrolling performance and general touch support for Chrome browser ...
 IBNLive India News1 week ago Google to improve scrolling experience in Chrome browser with Microsoft technology  IBNLive India News1 week ago Google to soon improve Chrome scrolling  India Today6 days ago Google to soon improve scrolling experience in Chrome browser  Tech26 days ago

Google to adopt Pointer Events API in Chrome

Devices CBR Staff Writer Share on twitter Share on facebook Share on linkedin More Sharing Services Microsoft first introduced Pointer Events in its Internet Explorer browser. Google is planning to implement Pointer Events application ...
 Computer Business Review6 days ago Good News For Web Developers, Google Has Decided To Support Pointer Events In Chrome  WMPoweruser.com1 week ago Google is back on board with Pointer Events, but what about Apple?  ZDNet6 days ago
Government Technology US

What industries are Google looking to change next?

In Kansas City, the first city that received Google Fiber connectivity, the Internet giant is starting a new trial with customers -- tracking TV ads. And with its rumored Pony Express service, it hopes people will use their Gmail inbox to receive ...
 Government Technology US1 week ago Google Fiber to reach Salt Lake City  Technology Tell1 week ago Google's high-speed fiber network to land in Salt Lake City  CNET Asia1 week ago Next Google Fiber City Revealed  PC Magazine1 week ago
Pakistan Today

First Smart Glass, now Smart lenses?

Sensors Joao Lima Share on twitter Share on facebook Share on linkedin More Sharing Services Google has been granted a patent for a smart contact lens. Google has been granted a patent this week that could result in smart contacts lenses. An ...
 Computer Business Review6 days ago Another first by PTCL: Landline service available on mobile phones through SmartLink App  Pakistan Today1 week ago Build-your-own Google handset reconstructs smartphone  Tech24 weeks ago A Fascinating Glimpse At Future of Our Cars!  Trak.in1 day ago
Tech Nutty

Google's Nexus Player is now available in the UK

Google's Nexus Player is now available to purchase in the UK. First released in the US in November 2014, the player which has been built by ASUS will allow you to access Android on your TV, granting you the ability to load a range of Android apps ...
 Tech Nutty1 week ago Google's Nexus Player hits the UK for £79  ITProPortal.com6 days ago Google launches Nexus Player in UK  Telecompaper6 days ago Google's Nexus Player for UK  Advanced Television1 week ago

Move Aside Apple and Google! Alibaba is Entering the Connected Car Space

Alibaba's first venture into the automotive industry was the typical spare parts and used car sales portals. Recently, though, as the strength of the new car market has waned, OEMs and Alibaba have realized the need to build a strong digital ...
 Frost & Sullivan6 days ago
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