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Google Pixel: is it worth it?

Google is well known for developing the Android operating system and pairing it with hardware manufactured by Samsung and HTC. But this year, Google will be taking a new course — creating its very own smartphone, which can compete with other hi-tech hardware giants like Apple. Google Pixel is the search-engine company’s answer to the […]

Is your Google history 100% gone?

It’s undeniable that we hide skeletons in our closets, your search engine history included. Users might not know this, but Google keeps a full record on EVERY search you have ever made, removed searches as well. If you thought you deleted all your secret searches, think again. Luckily there are things you can do to […]

Google’s cloud services are now beta-free

As the saying goes, “Good things come to those who wait.” Much like bakers who patiently wait for their souffle to rise, or artists who carefully tend to their masterpieces with meticulous brushstrokes, small- and medium-sized business owners also eagerly await the latest cloud database service to shed its beta status. But aren’t cloud databases […]

Google’s latest improvement to Apps for Work

Like most cloud software platforms, Apps for Work is a great way to untether access to company documents and information from a physical location and allow employees to work more efficiently. However, no matter how much you love Apps for Work it’s always had one pretty glaring flaw. If you use the service or have […]

Google I/O 2016’s key announcements

In an age where information is abundant and easy to access, it’s quite hard to differentiate between what’s important and what’s not. Luckily, annual conferences like Google I/O 2016 help keep budding developers and tech connoisseurs up-to-date by going through a series of key announcements. On top of that, a variety of interesting products are […]

Google updates presentation software

You may think that you hate slideshow-based presentations, but in reality you probably hate poorly designed content and overapplication of transition effects. The recent update to Google Slides may not have removed your most dreaded cliche, but they did add some truly innovative interactivity features. Let’s take a closer look at this great new feature. […]