Home Tags Google now

Tag: google now

Google Is Secretly Working On Several Projects To Create A Strong Mobile Ecosystem Around !!

Last year, Google’s purchase of Motorola was considered as a one of the controversial moves. However, the intention of Google was quite clear. The search giant acquired Motorola Mobility for $12.5 billion to create a strong integrated hardware and software ecosystem around, which could be a big threat for its rival - Samsung. Recently, Google's chief executive--Larry Page-- told to...

Google Finally Unveiled Secrets About Its Products: Nexus 4, Nexus 10, 32 GB Nexus 7 And Android 4.2 Confirmed!!

Google was expected to host an event yesterday, but due to severe weather conditions of 'Hurricane Sandy' it had to cancel press event in New York. However, the search giant announced numbers of products including Nexus 10, 32 GB Nexus 7 Tablet, Nexus 4 Smartphone and Android 4.2 through its blog post. Nexus 4 It's now confirmed that LG has manufactured...

Google Nexus 7 Video Review – “Google Now” A Game Changer ?

Undoubtedly, “Google Nexus 7” has come to market with spectacular features which has given the Tablet devices to new definitions. The Nexus 7 is powered by the great “Google database” and “Jellybean” application which has made it an artificial genius among the Tablet devices. The latest video from “The BGR Show” on Google Nexus 7 reviews the best features...

“Google Now” Opens A War For Apple’s Siri and Samsung’s S voice: Future Of Mobile Search [Video]

Literally, Google is found to be everywhere. The search engine god is on the buzz about the Google Nexus Tablet with Android Jelly Bean 4.1, Google Nexus Q, Google Glasses, Google 3D maps, Chrome book, Google Play, Google's 101 Domains, Google Knowledge Graph and the list will go on. There was also news about Gmail, having 425 million registered users,...

Latest Briefs

Must Read

YouTube Should Have Bid Adieu To Dislike Button Much Earlier?

Online video sharing platform YouTube can be a ruthless place for content creators targeted by 'dislike mobs'. And the site owners totally understand that...