So you're fed up with Google, and you've got a litany of reasons. More now than ever. You don't even have to explain—we're just here to help you crawl out from under the shadow of the big G, step by step. More »
Google j ust made it easier to prove you're not a robot. If you've every signed up for an online account or bought something online, you've probably encountered a CAPTCHA prompt, where you've been asked to type a portion of distorted text to prove you're not a spambot.
We've heard plenty about Apple's CarPlay, but what about Android Auto ? Finally getting its moment in the spotlight now that Android 5.0 Lollipop is arriving, the dashboard-takeover isn't actually available on any production car quite yet, but I was able to take an early look at the LA Auto Show inside a new 2015 Hyundai Sonata .
What is a cute TV-headed creature doing just going around planets in the galaxy? Well, no one really knows and it is not important to know Qub's back story. What is important is for you to figure out how to help him escape the Twisty Planets, an award-winning 3D moving platform puzzle game that is now available on Android.
Space Beats Saga is an arcade-style iOS game, and no it doesn't follow the story of an intergalactic DJ. It's deceptively straightforward: you're in a rocket traveling through the universe and you have to dodge cosmic rays that come in your path before you free yourself from the clutches of solar system and escape to outer space.
If you don't want the NSA to know anything about you, that's tough. If you don't want Google to know anything about you, that's also tough. The makers of the Epic Privacy Browser, a browser that protects your identity by sharing almost nothing about you with the Internet, thought they had figured out how serve up privacy while also making money on their app by selling ads.
Several months ago, Google Maps added a Virtual Reality switch for their Street View platform. With this switch, users are able to view any Street View-enabled location with their Google Cardboard headset. What we've done here is to compile some of the most awesome places you're able to visit right this minute with your Android smartphone with (or without) a VR headset like Google Cardboard.
Google's Nexus 9? Check. What about Android Lollipop and Parrot's super-fly Zik 2.0 headphones? We have you covered. Read on for the rest of our news highlights from the last 24 hours, including Taylor Swift's breakup with Spotify and our review of Google's set-top box, the Nexus Player.
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When you use Google, you are making a deal. You get to use Gmail and search and YouTube and Google Maps for free and in exchange, you agree to share information about yourself. Google gets to sell that information to advertisers. The more Google knows about you, the more it can match you to an advertiser who thinks you are an ideal customer.
Google's recently launched Inbox mail app for iOS is still in its public beta phase, but after using it for a few weeks it's obvious the app is on its way to becoming something special. That is, if you're in the app's target demographic.
Google's been caught up in an antitrust tango with the European Union for years, and since the EU hasn't been thrilled withthe search giant's attempted concessions, there might be an extreme new option on the table.
Google's been wrestling with the European Union over antitrust issues for a long while now. Today, though, Parliament says it's come up with a possible solution: severing search from the rest of Google. Read on for the rest of our news highlights from the last 24 hours, including the Fire HD 6, Amazon's rumored video-streaming service and an interactive map of public defecation.
As much as the Internet is a font of knowledge (not exactly wisdom) for many of us, not everyone has the luxury of a good connection to take advantage of what the Internet has to offer. This is an impediment especially for interested Android app developers, as majority, if not all, of Google's resources, though free, are Internet-bound.
Click on the "share" button under anyYouTubevideo, and you'll get three simple options: Share (for a URL), Embed (for HTML code) and Email (take a guess), but Google's video streaming site is about to getonemore --animated GIF. YouTube hasn't officially announced the new feature, but it seems to be testing it on select channels.