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Google Now Lets You Access to Your Computer Through Android With Chrome Remote Desktop!

chromGoogle’s Chrome Remote Desktop service, very first launched in 2011, is coming to mobile. Today, the company launched an Android app that will let customers access their desktop, whether through a Chrome internet app for Mac, PC, and Linux or with Chrome OS itself. Once you’ve set up your primary machine, you could introduce the Android app to hook up to it. Gigaom reported a few days ago that the app visited beta testing, but it’s now readily available to anyone with an Android phone or tablet, though doing a lot with the former will be a little cramped. There’s no accurate date offered for an iOS version, but Google shares it will certainly be coming later this year. Continue reading

Google’s Helpouts Experience Service is Now Available for Apple iPhone!

googleNeed to brush up on your cooking abilities, yet only have your iPhone around at hand? Don’t panic> Google has silently brought its Helpouts solution to iOS. Just like the alreadying existing Android application, the iPhone-sized app (sorry, no iPad series) allows you schedule video chats with experts on topics ranging from annealing to bike repair service. Just be ready to limit on your own to complimentary suggestions – Google isn’t really supplying paid Helpouts in the iOS app. You’ll likewise should go to the web if you want to give listings for your own instructional sessions. If neither of those limitations is a deal-breaker, though, you could begin taking courses today.

Google Glass KitKat Update This Week But Video Calling Removed!

google-glassStill require a push to fall $1,500 on Google’s Glass headset when they go on sale to all US homeowners tomorrow? After skipping a couple of months, the partner behind it is pushing a huge software program upgrade later this week that lets it run the best version of Android and includes a lot of new features. Apart from changing to Android Kit Kat – which will bring brand-new functions to apps and let designers use the latest SDK– Glass is now arranging pictures in bundles (think Instagram photo grids, look after the break for a peek) for simpler scrolling, enables photo replies in Google Hangouts, makes it easier to send comments and even sorts voice commands to put your most-used ones on top. Continue reading

Google Steps up Android Security with Regular Malware Scans!

AndroidBack at the tail end of February we heard about an enhancement Google was dealing with to the way Android helps protect  users against malicious software software, building off the existing Verify Application framework that assessed applications at the time of installment to present a system that consistently kept track of applications to inspect for ne’er-do-wells, even after the software was already packed on your phone. Recently Google confirms that report and reveals the introduction of this recently boosted scanning service.

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Sonos Adds Support For Google Play Music, Featuring Casting From Play Music Android App!

Sonos-google-play-musicGoogle Play Music is today including native support for Sonos, permitting Android users stream songs to the hi-fi speaker devices more easily. The ability to send out music directly to the preferred speakers is now baked right in, doing away with the have to make use of Sonos’ Controller application. Google Play Music is the very first significant solution to supply this level of built-in Sonos combination, and it was achieved thanks to a tight partnership between the two companies. “As we continue to invest in the method you experience and control your music in the home, curating and managing an array of services across multiple rooms, the benefits of playing your music to Sonos directly from these extremely services is clear,” Sonos claimed in a blog post. Continue reading

Quickly, Google Wireless Network For Your Mobile!

Google WiFiNew York, Not happy with the present network providers to your smart phone? You may soon obtain a far better alternative – Google!

After providing the world’s most popular phone software and offering one of the fastest broadband speeds in the United States, Google is now intending to become your mobile network operator. Baseding on reports in the United States media, Google has plans for its very own wireless network that consumers could possibly use to make calls, send texts and search the internet on their mobiles. Continue reading

Google Play’s New “People” Part Shows You What Your Friends Like!

peopleGoogle is making it a little easier to find apps that your buddies are making use of– thinking they make use of Google+, that is. The company has silently included a new “People” section to the Google Play store that highlights Apps that have actually received a +1 from People you know. However even past its application recommendation functionality, it appears that this is yet another step by Google to try and boost Google+ activity. The people section urges you to follow new people ”in the know” when it comes to applications on Google+, and rounds up get in touches with who are utilizing the service that you have not yet gotten in touch with. “People” ought to appear in the left sidebar listed below “My wishlist” in the Google Play app– and no, there’s no way to hide or turn off the Section.

Google Toiling Away on Gaggle of Gmail Brand-New Features!

gmaiIf there’s one certain service we rely upon each and every day a whole lot more than other, it would be e mail – and one of the most popular email clients around could well rapidly be infused with brand-new superpowers straight from the Google mothership.

Geek turned up screenshots today from what appears to be an honest variation of Gmail for Android, which the record claims will certainly bring an avalanche of new characteristics following becoming let loose from inner screening. Continue reading

Google Reportedly Requiring ‘Powered by Android’ Marketing on Boot Display!

Powerd By Android2When Samsung’s Galaxy S5 was unveiled in February, one interested addition detected by Android Central was a large “powered by Android” emblem on the phone’s splash screen. Some guessed it was the result of rumored talks in between the leading Android manufacturer and Google. Now it appears a much bigger strategy might be in play. Baseding on Geek, Google is calling for all Android makers that include its services (Gmail, Google Maps, etc.) on a gadget to prominently show the exact same “powered by” Stamp. Continue reading

Google’s Chrome Desktop Browser Finally Adds Google Now!

google-now-desktopGoogle’s mission to bring Google Now over to its desktop computer Chrome browser has actually been years planned, but today it’s finally official. The most up to date version of Chrome will certainly show several Google Now cards you ‘d normally see on your Android or iOS mobile phone, including weather, sporting activities scores, event pointers, and a sneak peek of your commute to and from job. Google keeps in mind that several of this info is based upon the location of your mobile tool, so it may not confirm really useful if your computer system and smartphone are in various spots. Continue reading