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  • Google Search para Android ganha suporte multilíngua

    Google Discovery
    Renê Fraga
    21 Aug 2014 | 8:02 pm
    Não é mais necessário mudar o idioma padrão do Android para fazer pesquisas em outras línguas. O Google anunciou uma importante atualização para o Google Search para Android que permite configurar até 5 idiomas de uma só vez, permitindo que os usuários possam falar várias línguas ao mesmo tempo, enquanto o Google processa tudo facilmente para você. Veja como funciona:
  • Through the Google lens: search trends August 15-21

    The Official Google Blog
    Emily Wood
    22 Aug 2014 | 3:00 pm
    It was an emotional rollercoaster on search this week. Read on to learn more about what made people laugh and cry. Tragedies and scandalsThe world was shocked by a video showing the execution of American journalist James Foley by the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS). Questions remain about how the United States will respond to the incident. And there was sad news closer to home too. TV lost an icon when Saturday Night Live’s announcer of 40+ years, Don Pardo, passed away at 96.While some searchers were in mourning, others were looking for answers. Texas Governor and potential GOP…
  • HTTPS as a ranking signal

    Google Webmaster Central Blog
    Google Webmaster Central
    6 Aug 2014 | 11:13 pm
    Webmaster level: allSecurity is a top priority for Google. We invest a lot in making sure that our services use industry-leading security, like strong HTTPS encryption by default. That means that people using Search, Gmail and Google Drive, for example, automatically have a secure connection to Google. Beyond our own stuff, we’re also working to make the Internet safer more broadly. A big part of that is making sure that websites people access from Google are secure. For instance, we have created resources to help webmasters prevent and fix security breaches on their sites. We want to go…
  • New Shopping Campaigns Upgrade Tool

    Google Commerce
    Commerce Blog
    11 Aug 2014 | 12:16 pm
    This is the final stretch. At the end of August, regular Product Listing Ad (PLA) campaigns will retire and be replaced by Shopping campaigns. A majority of you have started upgrading to Shopping campaigns, but if you’re one of the few who haven’t yet, we’re introducing a new upgrade tool that’ll help you upgrade in a matter of clicks.This tool creates a Shopping campaign from your regular PLA campaign, with a campaign structure and bids based on your regular PLA campaign and historical performance data.If you haven’t started your upgrade, we encourage you to use this tool as a…
  • How to move your files to Google Drive

    Google Developers Blog
    Gary Lewis
    21 Aug 2014 | 9:00 am
    Posted by Chuck Coulson, Drive Technology Partnerships, GoogleGoogle Drive for Work is a new premium offering for businesses that includes unlimited storage, advanced audit reporting and new security controls and features, such as encryption at rest.If you're getting ready to move your company to Drive, one of the first things on your mind is how to migrate all your existing files with as little hassle as possible. It's easy to migrate your files by uploading them directly to Drive or using the Drive Sync client. But, what if you have files stored elsewhere that you want to…
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    Google Discovery

  • Google Search para Android ganha suporte multilíngua

    Renê Fraga
    21 Aug 2014 | 8:02 pm
    Não é mais necessário mudar o idioma padrão do Android para fazer pesquisas em outras línguas. O Google anunciou uma importante atualização para o Google Search para Android que permite configurar até 5 idiomas de uma só vez, permitindo que os usuários possam falar várias línguas ao mesmo tempo, enquanto o Google processa tudo facilmente para você. Veja como funciona:
  • Street View lança tour virtual pelos sets de Breaking Bad, House of Cards e Game of Thrones

    Renê Fraga
    21 Aug 2014 | 7:25 pm
    Para celebrar a premiação do Emmy Award 2014, o Google Street View agora oferece uma visita virtual pelos sets de séries populares como Breaking Bad, House of Cards e Game of Thrones. No caso de Breaking Bad, os usuários podem visualizar o set de gravação da loja de frangos fritos “Los Pollos Hermanos”, gerenciada por Gus Fring e frequentemente visitada pelo icônico Walter White. “Embora não tenhamos um convite para os prêmios, o Google Maps pode pelo menos fazer você se sentir feliz no set de seu programa favorito”, publicou o Google.
  • Carro autônomo do Google vai ter volante e pedais

    Renê Fraga
    21 Aug 2014 | 7:06 pm
    Embora o carro autônomo do Google tenha nascido sem volante e pedais, uma nova regra na Califórnia vai obrigar a gigante de Mountain View a alterar seus planos. De acordo com a lei, os motoristas deverão ser capazes de assumir o controle do carro, mesmo em modelos de auto-condução. Isso significa que o buscador vai ter adicionar uma direção e pedais em seu veículo. Google informou ao jornal americano WSJ que pretende cumprir a regra Califórnia através da construção de um sistema de volante e pedal para que os motoristas possam utilizá-lo durante os testes. “Com estas…
  • Criador do Flappy Bird lança “Swing Copters” para Android

    Renê Fraga
    21 Aug 2014 | 3:51 am
    Dong Nguyen, o vietnamita por trás do viciante Flappy Bird, anunciou hoje a disponibilidade de seu novo game: Swing Copters. Baseado em um personagem com “chapéu de hélice”, a jogabilidade desafia os gamers a passarem por diversos obstáculos mortais. Se você está pronto para mais um jogo impossível, o Swing Copters pode ser baixado, sem custo, no Google Play.
  • AOC anuncia EVO All in One com Android

    Renê Fraga
    20 Aug 2014 | 7:48 pm
    A AOC anunciou hoje o seu recente mais recente All in One, o EVO para Android, que vem equipado com o sistema operacional Android 4.1. A empresa promete uma atualização para o KitKat ainda em 2014. A nova linha EVO para Android é composta pelos modelos de 19,5 polegadas nas cores branca (A2072PWH WW / R$ 899) e preta (A2072PWH BK / R$ 899), e 21,5 polegadas na cor branca (A2272PWHTN / R$ 1.199), sendo esse último com tela sensível ao toque. Além disso, o modelo conta com entradas HDMI e VGA, que podem ser usados para a conexão de fontes externas, como aparelhos de DVD / Blu Ray,…
 
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    The Official Google Blog

  • Through the Google lens: search trends August 15-21

    Emily Wood
    22 Aug 2014 | 3:00 pm
    It was an emotional rollercoaster on search this week. Read on to learn more about what made people laugh and cry. Tragedies and scandalsThe world was shocked by a video showing the execution of American journalist James Foley by the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS). Questions remain about how the United States will respond to the incident. And there was sad news closer to home too. TV lost an icon when Saturday Night Live’s announcer of 40+ years, Don Pardo, passed away at 96.While some searchers were in mourning, others were looking for answers. Texas Governor and potential GOP…
  • Through the Google lens: search trends August 8-14

    Emily Wood
    15 Aug 2014 | 1:03 pm
    Demonstrations in Missouri and the death of Robin Williams had people searching for a greater understanding this week. Losing a Hollywood legendFirst up, the news of Robin Williams’ death sparked tens of millions of searches about the beloved actor’s life and career. Legions of fans searched for every one of their favorite films from Williams’ decades-long career; top topics include Hook, Jumanji and Good Morning Vietnam. Many were looking up his most memorable quotes and roles, including the “O captain, my captain” monologue in Dead Poets Society, Genie’s first scene in Aladdin,…
  • Through the Google lens: search trends August 1-7

    Emily Wood
    8 Aug 2014 | 12:00 pm
    We may be hitting the last days of summer but the heat is still picking up, especially on search. Read on to learn what sizzled on the trends charts this past week.Trouble in paradiseWould you turn down a free trip to Hawaii? Julio and Iselle aren’t. The two hurricanes are barreling towards the islands, bringing 90 mph winds, flash floods and hordes of searches with them. If Iselle makes landfall, she’ll be the first hurricane to hit the Big Island since 1950. Julio, like the tag-a-long younger brother, is right on Iselle’s tail. You can review tips on how to stay safe during hurricane…
  • Fifteen ways to change the world: the 2014 Google Science Fair Global Finalists

    Emily Wood
    6 Aug 2014 | 7:30 am
    Kenneth Shinozuka, from New York City, wants to help people with Alzheimer’s Disease, like his grandfather. Kenneth developed a small, wearable sensor to be worn on his grandfather’s foot. When pressure is applied to the sensor, it alerts his family via a mobile app, which allows them to monitor when his grandfather is on the move. By monitoring this behavior, Kenneth hopes to understand the causes of wandering brought on by Alzheimer’s, and to ultimately find a way to mitigate or prevent it. Samuel Burrow, from the U.K., wants to improve the environment by reducing pollution. Taking…
  • A first step toward more global email

    Emily Wood
    5 Aug 2014 | 8:59 am
    Cross-posted on the Official Gmail BlogWhether your email address is firstname.lastname@ or something more expressive like corgicrazy@, an email address says something about who you are. But from the start, email addresses have always required you to use non-accented Latin characters when signing up. Less than half of the world’s population has a mother tongue that uses the Latin alphabet. And even fewer people use only the letters A-Z. So if your name (or that of your favorite pet) contains accented characters (like “José Ramón”) or is written in another script like Chinese or…
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    Google Webmaster Central Blog

  • HTTPS as a ranking signal

    Google Webmaster Central
    6 Aug 2014 | 11:13 pm
    Webmaster level: allSecurity is a top priority for Google. We invest a lot in making sure that our services use industry-leading security, like strong HTTPS encryption by default. That means that people using Search, Gmail and Google Drive, for example, automatically have a secure connection to Google. Beyond our own stuff, we’re also working to make the Internet safer more broadly. A big part of that is making sure that websites people access from Google are secure. For instance, we have created resources to help webmasters prevent and fix security breaches on their sites. We want to go…
  • Introducing the Google News Publisher Center

    Google Webmaster Central
    4 Aug 2014 | 9:52 am
    (Cross-posted on the Google News Blog)Webmaster level: AllIf you're a news publisher, your website has probably evolved and changed over time -- just like your stories. But in the past, when you made changes to the structure of your site, we might not have discovered your new content. That meant a lost opportunity for your readers, and for you. Unless you regularly checked Webmaster Tools, you might not even have realized that your new content wasn’t showing up in Google News. To prevent this from happening, we are letting you make changes to our record of your news site using the just…
  • Testing robots.txt files made easier

    Google Webmaster Central
    16 Jul 2014 | 6:40 am
    Webmaster level: intermediate-advancedTo crawl, or not to crawl, that is the robots.txt question. Making and maintaining correct robots.txt files can sometimes be difficult. While most sites have it easy (tip: they often don't even need a robots.txt file!), finding the directives within a large robots.txt file that are or were blocking individual URLs can be quite tricky. To make that easier, we're now announcing an updated robots.txt testing tool in Webmaster Tools. You can find the updated testing tool in Webmaster Tools within the Crawl section: Here you'll see the current robots.txt file,…
  • Promoting modern websites for modern devices in Google search results

    Google Webmaster Central
    14 Jul 2014 | 11:54 pm
    Webmaster level: allA common annoyance for web users is when websites require browser technologies that are not supported by their device. When users access such pages, they may see nothing but a blank space or miss out a large portion of the page's contents.Starting today in our English search results in the US, we will indicate to searchers when our algorithms detect pages that may not work on their devices. For example, Adobe Flash is not supported on iOS devices or on Android versions 4.1 and higher, and a page whose contents are mostly Flash may be noted like this:Developing modern…
  • Troubleshooting hreflang annotations in Webmaster Tools

    Google Webmaster Central
    14 Jul 2014 | 5:01 am
    If you are targeting users in more than one country, chances are you already heard about rel-alternate-hreflang. If you haven't, in short, this annotation enables Google and other search engines to serve the correct language or regional version of pages to searchers, which can lead to increased user satisfaction.Making sure the deployed annotations are usable by search engines can be rather difficult, especially on sites with many pages, and site owners all around the world haven’t been shy telling us about this. Today we're releasing a feature that should make debugging…
 
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    Google Commerce

  • New Shopping Campaigns Upgrade Tool

    Commerce Blog
    11 Aug 2014 | 12:16 pm
    This is the final stretch. At the end of August, regular Product Listing Ad (PLA) campaigns will retire and be replaced by Shopping campaigns. A majority of you have started upgrading to Shopping campaigns, but if you’re one of the few who haven’t yet, we’re introducing a new upgrade tool that’ll help you upgrade in a matter of clicks.This tool creates a Shopping campaign from your regular PLA campaign, with a campaign structure and bids based on your regular PLA campaign and historical performance data.If you haven’t started your upgrade, we encourage you to use this tool as a…
  • Helping shoppers decide with product ratings on Google Shopping

    Commerce Blog
    29 Jul 2014 | 8:08 am
    Product reviews provide critical information to shoppers making purchase decisions. To help shoppers easily find this information when searching for products, we’re introducing product ratings on Product Listing Ads.Shoppers in the United States will see product ratings appear in the form of stars and review counts on Product Listing Ads across google.com and google.com/shopping. This 5-star rating system represents aggregated rating and review data for the product, compiled from multiple sources including merchants, third party aggregators, editorial sites and users.Product ratings for…
  • Manage your gift cards, request money and send money for free from your debit card with the Google Wallet app

    Commerce Blog
    16 Jul 2014 | 1:00 pm
    Today, we’re introducing several new features to the Google Wallet app* for Android and iOS devices that make it easier to shop in stores and get paid by friends and family. First, you can now easily manage your gift cards and redeem them in stores using the Wallet app. Never worry about forgetting your gift cards at home again. You can also request money from friends, which means you can settle the dinner bill while you're still at the table. Lastly, sending money with your debit card is now free, making it even easier to pay your friends or the babysitter using Wallet.Store gift cards and…
  • Scale your Shopping campaigns with bulk uploads and AdWords Editor

    Commerce Blog
    15 Jul 2014 | 3:07 pm
    With less than eight weeks left until regular Product Listing Ad (PLA) campaigns retire, we're excited that the majority of PLA advertisers have already started taking advantage of Shopping campaigns, and 85% of these have already fully upgraded. Advertisers who’ve upgraded like Farfetch, US Mattress, LiBoutique and ValuePetSupplies are seeing great success thanks to the retail-centric interface, item-level reporting and competitive benchmark data.For those of you who’ve upgraded, we’re excited to introduce two new tools to make campaign management, specifically bid optimization,…
  • Win the digital shelf with our new guide to Shopping campaigns

    Commerce Blog
    20 Jun 2014 | 12:54 pm
    We introduced Shopping campaigns in February to make it easier for you to manage your Product Listing Ads (PLAs). In late August, Shopping campaigns will be the default campaign type for all PLA advertisers.To help retailers make the most of their Shopping campaigns, we’re excited to introduce a new best practices guide, “Shape Up Your Shopping Campaigns.” It addresses important questions like:How should you structure your campaigns: by product line, performance, or both? Which feed attributes have the best chance of improving CTR?Are you adjusting bids quickly enough during peak…
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    Google Developers Blog

  • How to move your files to Google Drive

    Gary Lewis
    21 Aug 2014 | 9:00 am
    Posted by Chuck Coulson, Drive Technology Partnerships, GoogleGoogle Drive for Work is a new premium offering for businesses that includes unlimited storage, advanced audit reporting and new security controls and features, such as encryption at rest.If you're getting ready to move your company to Drive, one of the first things on your mind is how to migrate all your existing files with as little hassle as possible. It's easy to migrate your files by uploading them directly to Drive or using the Drive Sync client. But, what if you have files stored elsewhere that you want to…
  • Office Hours for Google’s Udacity MOOCs

    Gary Lewis
    18 Aug 2014 | 8:39 am
    By Peter Lubbers, a Program Manager in charge of Google’s Scalable Developer Programs, which include MOOC developer training. Peter is the author of "Pro HTML5 Programming" (Apress) and, yes, his car's license plate is HTML5!At Google I/O, we launched four new Udacity MOOCs, helping developers learn how to work with Android, Web, UX Design, and Cloud technology. We’re humbled that almost 100,000 students signed up for these new courses since then. Over the next two weeks, we’ll be hosting on-air office hours to help out students who are working through some of these classes. Ask your…
  • Google Fit Preview SDK now available

    Louis Gray
    7 Aug 2014 | 10:00 am
    By Angana Ghosh, Product Manager, Google Fit At Google I/O we announced Google Fit: an open platform for developers to more easily build fitness apps. Today we’re making a preview SDK available to developers so that you can start to build.Google Fit provides a single set of APIs for apps and device manufacturers to store and access activity data from fitness apps and sensors on Android and other devices (like wearables, heart rate monitors or connected scales). This means that with the user’s permission, you can get access to the user’s fitness history -- enabling you to provide more…
  • Upgrade now to Calendar APIv3

    Louis Gray
    17 Jul 2014 | 11:30 am
    Cross-posted from the Google Apps Developers BlogBack in 2011, we launched Calendar APIv3, which offers developers several improvements over older versions of the API, including better support for recurring events and lightweight resource representation in JSON. At that same time, we also announced that the older versions of the API – v1 and v2 – would be entering a three-year deprecation period in order to give developers time to migrate to the new version. Those three years are coming to an end, and on November 17, the v1 and v2 endpoints will be shut down. If you haven’t already done…
  • The New Roboto

    Louis Gray
    16 Jul 2014 | 10:00 am
    By Christian Robertson, Android Visual DesignerAlong with the Material Design guidelines we released a new version of the Roboto type family. A lot of things have changed as we tuned the font to work across more screen sizes and conditions, from watches to desktops, televisions to cars. It still keeps much of its character that made it successful for both phones and tablets, but almost every glyph has been tweaked and updated in some way. We see Roboto as an evolving type family and plan to continue to change and update it as the system evolves. It used to be that a type family was designed…
 
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    Official Google Australia Blog

  • More teaching, Less tech-ing: Google Classroom Launches Today

    Johnny Luu
    12 Aug 2014 | 10:58 pm
    Cross-posted from the Google Enterprise blog.When we introduced Classroom back in May, we asked teachers to give it a try. The response was exciting — more than 100,000 teachers from more than 45 countries signed up for a preview. Today, we’re starting to open Classroom to all Google Apps for Education users, helping teachers spend more time teaching and less time shuffling papers.One of the first schools to use Classroom was Fontbonne Hall Academy in New York. Sister Rosemarie DeLoro, who has been teaching for more than 60 years, had never used computers with her students before…
  • Little Rippers

    Johnny Luu
    29 Jul 2014 | 7:50 pm
    Melbourne small business owners sharing tips at our Google Small Business BreakfastAustralia’s small businesses keep the country running. Baristas keep our bodies pumping with coffee, booksellers keep our ideas flowing, and sparkies keep the lights on.It’s a tough gig running a small business, and small business owners can do with all the help they can get to grow. One place every small business owner can get a boost is online.The internet is like a double shot of espresso for small business. It means small businesses can set up sticks in the world’s biggest shopping mall, for free…
  • How important is collaboration?

    Johnny Luu
    16 Jul 2014 | 7:43 pm
    Most Aussies would say that a collaborative workplace is the sort of place they want to work. Most employers want this too, because collaboration can help employees share information, come up with ideas and reduce waste.But what exactly is collaboration, and just how valuable is it? We decided to ask Deloitte Access Economics to calculate the value of collaboration to the Australian economy.They worked the numbers and the results amazed us. Their report, The Collaborative Economy, shows that companies that actively encourage collaboration do better — by a lot. Companies that prioritised…
  • See all six sides of the new Presets single on Google Play

    Johnny Luu
    1 Jul 2014 | 6:31 pm
    Last month we took our new Cube on its first outing, to Semi Permanent, a conference for creative minds here in Sydney. An experimental platform for interactive storytelling, the Cube was developed by our Sydney Creative Lab as a place to produce film, music, and other art totally free from two-dimensional traditional constraints.We hoped that the creative world would inspire us with all sorts of wacky ideas for the Cube, and we were thrilled when the first cab off the rank turned out to be one of our favourite Aussie bands - The Presets. With director Barnaby Roper (David Bowie, Kanye West,…
  • Make our world better, faster, with Google Impact Challenge Australia

    Johnny Luu
    30 Jun 2014 | 7:19 am
    From conceiving the Hills Hoist to inventing the bionic ear and WiFi, Australia has a rich history of innovation, fuelled by a desire to solve tough problems with technology solutions. We believe technology can help solve some of the world’s most pressing challenges, and today we’re announcing a new program to support Aussie innovators in the non-profit sector who want to use technology to make an impact.Starting today, Australian non-profits can submit their technology-driven ideas to Google Impact Challenge | Australia for the opportunity to share in $2 million of funding. We’ll…
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    Inside AdSense

  • Tips to make your content more accessible to users

    John A.Smith
    5 Aug 2014 | 3:25 pm
    A combination of offering users the best experience and efficiently monetizing your content is important for the long-term success of your website. With that in mind, here’s some tips to help you to achieve both of these goals:Content: Is your site content relevant to your users? Ask yourself if the content on your site is well-researched and well-structured. Will it capture and engage your users' attention?Ad types: When choosing an ad type for your site, consider if it improves the user experience on your site. It's important to be mindful of designs that are prohibited by our AdSense…
  • Introducing a new multi-screen resource in the AdSense Help Center

    John A.Smith
    16 Jul 2014 | 9:21 am
    Did you know that sites optimized for multiple screen sizes can have an average 15% higher RPM and twice the traffic growth rate of sites that aren’t?*If you think about how quickly you’ll leave a site where you have to pinch and zoom to find something, it’s not surprising that multi-screen optimized sites are performing better. That same behavior will most often apply to your own users too, so having a multi-screen plan is important to keeping them engaged for longer.There’s a lot to think about when deciding on your multi-screen strategy. To help you in your decision-making, we’ve…
  • Find out what the world wants to know during the World Cup with Google Trends

    John A.Smith
    13 Jun 2014 | 11:45 am
    As the World Cup launches, content consumption will increase for many websites especially those focused on news and sports. As can be seen from the statistics below, soccer fever is about to take hold:The World Cup is the largest, most connected global sporting event. Worldwide, it has more interest on Google Search than the Super Bowl, the Olympics, and the Tour de France combined.*In 2010, about 18% of searches for games, players and teams during the World Cup final were made on a mobile device. Compare that with 2014, when 63% of similar searches during a popular UEFA Champions League…
  • Wire transfer payments now available in more countries

    John A.Smith
    12 Jun 2014 | 10:26 am
    We're excited to announce that wire transfer is now available as a new payment method in a number of countries. The full list of countries is available in our Help Center.  With wire transfer, your earnings are deposited directly into your bank account, offering you a fast, secure, and convenient way to receive AdSense payments. If you’re not already using our new payments system, then wire transfer will become available when your account is transitioned to the new system.We recommend checking with your bank to learn more about receiving an international wire transfer payment. Ask them…
  • Creating new ad units just got easier

    John A.Smith
    4 Jun 2014 | 8:47 am
    Creating new ad units for your site can take time, especially when deciding on their look and style. Save time on this process with the new, simplified My ads tab in your AdSense account. From today, it’s quicker and easier to create new ad units, giving you more time to concentrate on optimizing your ad space.In addition to simplifying the ad unit creation process, we’ve also refreshed the user interface for this page, making it more intuitive and easier to navigate. When choosing from the various options for your new ad units, we’ll help you in your final decision by highlighting the…
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    Google Public Policy Blog

  • Chrome now available for download in Cuba

    Google Public Policy Blog
    20 Aug 2014 | 2:55 pm
    By Pedro Less Andrade, Director of Government Affairs & Public Policy, Latin America U.S. export controls and sanctions can sometimes limit the products available in certain countries. But these trade restrictions are always evolving, and over time, we’ve been working to figure out how to make more tools available in sanctioned countries. In the past couple years we’ve made Chrome downloadable in Syria and Iran. We’re happy to say that Internet users in Cuba can now use Chrome too, and browse the web faster and more safely than they could before.
  • Growing America’s Businesses Online

    Google Public Policy Blog
    17 Jul 2014 | 9:57 am
    Posted by Jim Lecinski, Vice President, Customer Solutions Over the past few months, we’ve had the chance to talk to businesses all over the country and hear stories of how they’ve become successful. For many, it’s pretty simple: the Internet. The web is helping businesses and communities across the U.S. to grow and succeed. In fact, last year Google’s search and advertising tools helped provide $111 billion of economic activity for more than 1.5 million businesses—advertisers, publishers and nonprofits—across the U.S.Take Go2marine, a boat supply company located on Bainbridge…
  • Searching for the right balance

    Google Public Policy Blog
    11 Jul 2014 | 7:20 am
    In May, the Court of Justice of the European Union established a “right to be forgotten." Today, we published an op-ed by David Drummond, senior vice president of corporate development and chief legal officer, in the U.K.'s The Guardian, Germany's Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, France's Le Figaro and Spain's El Pais, discussing the ruling and our response. We're republishing the op-ed in full below. -Ed.When you search online, there’s an unwritten assumption that you’ll get an instant answer, as well as additional information if you need to dig deeper. This is all possible because of…
  • A step toward government transparency

    Google Public Policy Blog
    27 Jun 2014 | 10:01 am
    Posted by Richard Salgado, Director Law Enforcement and Information SecurityLast year, President Obama directed the Intelligence Community to be more transparent about government surveillance programs, which led to a promise by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence to release a transparency report concerning national security orders it issues on an annual basis. Today, the U.S. government released its first transparency report containing statistics around national security orders for user data to Internet and telecom companies. This is a step in the right direction of increasing…
  • A significant milestone for digital due process

    Google Public Policy Blog
    18 Jun 2014 | 8:28 am
    Posted by David Lieber, Senior Privacy Policy Counsel Although the recent debate around government surveillance has focused on the reach of the National Security Agency (NSA) and the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA), we have long supported efforts to update the Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA) so that the government must obtain a warrant to require a provider to disclose content stored with the provider.  The ongoing campaign to update ECPA reached a significant milestone today. For the first time, a majority of Members in the U.S. House of Representatives…
 
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    Google Earth Blog

  • New Street View imagery – Indonesia and Cambodia

    Timothy Whitehead
    22 Aug 2014 | 2:30 am
    We told you in April about Street View imagery in Cambodia around the temples of Angkor Wat. Now, Google have released imagery for much of the rest of Cambodia, as well as a significant amount in Indonesia, although the Indonesian imagery appears to be almost entirely on the islands of Java and Bali. Thanks to GEB reader IxBxTx for alerting us to the update. According to this article Google set up a fleet of Street View cars in Indonesia, back in 2012. All the imagery I checked in both countries was dated some time in 2013, so maybe it has taken a while to process the imagery, or they had to…
  • New Google Earth Imagery – August 5th, 2014

    Timothy Whitehead
    21 Aug 2014 | 2:44 am
    It appears Google pushed out some fresh imagery updates a couple of weeks ago. Thanks to sharp-eyed GEB reader ‘Maarten’ for letting us know about it. To see which areas have been updated, see the map below from Google’s Maps Gallery. You can also view it in Google Earth, using this KML file. The new imagery is in both Google Earth and Google Maps. It is important to remember that although the update was done on August 5th, the actual imagery is slightly older. Most of it seems to have been taken some time in the last two years, although some is quite recent – where I…
  • Creative cat tracking in Google Earth

    Timothy Whitehead
    20 Aug 2014 | 2:28 am
    Here’s a fun use of Google Earth and GPS — tracking cats. It started when Tiana Warner at safe.com found out about a way to track cats: Where do cats go when they’re outside all day and night? What do they do? How do they entertain themselves? Is there a secret cat meeting place in every major city? When Safers found out about Cat Tracker, we couldn’t resist. The result is pretty neat. While it’s mostly a fun little project, the technology behind it is remarkably complex. Get the GPS data from Movebank in JSON format, flatten it, create a “convex hull” around…
  • Google Earth instrumental in discovery of new chameleon species

    Timothy Whitehead
    19 Aug 2014 | 2:32 am
    Back in 2005 Julian Bayliss, a biologist at London’s Kew Gardens, discovered a brand new rainforest that had previously never been studied — and he found it using Google Earth. We told you about it in May this year, and you can watch a short video about the discovery below. Since then, many new species have been discovered at the location, known as Mozambique’s ‘sky islands’, including a snake, a butterfly, and most recently, the recent discovery of four new pygmy chameleon species. Rhampholeon nebulauctor. Credit: Julian Bayliss. Rhampholeon tilburyi. Credit: Krystal A. Tolley.
  • An alien on the Moon?

    Timothy Whitehead
    18 Aug 2014 | 3:44 am
    We have told you in the past about various news stories reporting apparent alien activity in Google Earth imagery. For example, this story, where sonar tracks from ships were mistaken for an underwater alien base. Or this story where a combination of lighting and image artifacts makes a crater on the moon look like an alien space ship. And, then, there was the secret Mars base. Which, again, is most likely just a result of image artifacts making an ordinary geographical feature look suspiciously regular. The latest such story comes from a YouTube video posted by YouTuber wowforreeel which has…
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  • Visit the sets of this year’s Emmy Award nominees on Google Maps

    Anonymous
    21 Aug 2014 | 9:00 am
    Whether you’re into D.C. intrigue or Khaleesi’s conquests, chances are you’re watching the Emmy Awards on Monday. To get ready for the show, relive your favorite moments from this year’s nominees with Google Maps. Let’s take a peek at a highlight reel of some hot spots and scenes!If you’re craving ribs after a House of Cards binge-watching session, head over to Frank Underwood’s favorite restaurant, Freddy’s BBQ Rib Joint, in Baltimore on Street View.Street View of the filming location of Freddy’s BBQ Joint in Netflix’s House of Cards More in the mood for afternoon tea?
  • Explore the geysers and waterfalls of Iceland on Google Maps

    Anonymous
    20 Aug 2014 | 1:00 am
    In his book Tales of Iceland, Stephen Markley wrote, “The problem with driving around Iceland is that you’re basically confronted by a new soul-enriching, breath-taking, life-affirming natural sight every five... minutes. It’s totally exhausting.” We've never been ones to take someone else's word for it when it comes to sightseeing, so we took Street View to some of the most stunning locations throughout the country. As it turns out, Markley was right...and now with Street View, you can take a journey through Iceland to explore these beautiful places too.We started with Iceland's…
  • Take a college road trip with Street View

    Anonymous
    7 Aug 2014 | 8:00 am
    Whether you’re a college applicant or a curious parent getting to know your kid’s new home away from home, Street View can take you on a walking tour of schools around the world. Starting today, you’ll be able to explore 36 new university campuses across the U.S. and Canada with Street View in Google Maps.First stop: Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. Architecture buffs will love Georgetown's Healy Hall, a National Historic Landmark and iconic building in the Romanesque revival style. Healy Lawn, Georgetown UniversityNow let’s head south. If a tropical climate is more your…
  • Spend more time exploring with Google Maps

    Anonymous
    23 Jul 2014 | 3:37 pm
    On vacation and want to know where the locals go? Looking for a new place to grab food on your lunch break? Waiting on the platform for your next train and wondering when it’s scheduled to arrive? Starting this week, you can spend less time searching for your answer and more time exploring the world with the Google Maps app for Android and iOS.Now, whenever you want to discover places in your area, simply tap the new Explore button at the bottom right corner of your map to get a quick look at what’s nearby (where available). With Explore as your guide, you’ll see different places and…
  • Take a swim with Street View on World Oceans Day

    Emily Wood
    6 Jun 2014 | 8:00 am
    In celebration of World Oceans Day this Sunday, June 8, today we’re inviting you to explore some of the world’s most beautiful and endangered waters in Google Maps, in partnership with The Catlin Seaview Survey. All you need is an Internet connection to dive into two new UNESCO Marine World Heritage Sites in Belize and the Philippines.On UNESCO’s Danger List of World Heritage Sites, the Belize Barrier Reef is the largest in the northern hemisphere. With Street View, you can discover what’s left of this habitat for threatened species, including many species of coral—everything from…
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  • Are your Product Listing Ads ready for August 31st?

    Rob Newton
    21 Aug 2014 | 7:59 am
    Earlier this month, we introduced an upgrade tool for advertisers to upgrade to Shopping campaigns quickly and easily. If you’ve already upgraded, then you’re all set. If you haven’t upgraded yet and don’t do it by the end of this month, the following is what will happen to your regular Product Listing Ads (PLA) campaigns come September.Phase 1: Limited functionality of all regular PLA campaigns - Starting September 2nd, you will not be able to edit your product targeting, max. CPC bids, promotional text and destination URLs anymore. Campaign statuses and budgets will remain…
  • Using Google Search and YouTube to Promote Your App

    Rob Newton
    20 Aug 2014 | 8:58 am
    Earlier this year, we announced our next generation of app promotion ads across Google Search, the Google Display Network and YouTube. The features on the Display Network launched in June as part of Google I/O. Today, I’m excited to announce the global availability of the search ads and YouTube offerings.Google Search for App Install and Re-EngagementThere are over 100 billion searches per month on Google.com. People search here for places to visit, movies to watch or music to listen to. Sometimes this content lives on a website, sometimes it’s in an app. Now with just 3 easy steps, you…
  • Introducing Website Call Conversions

    Rob Newton
    18 Aug 2014 | 10:00 am
    Seventy percent of all mobile searchers have called a business directly from search ads. AdWords click-to-call ads, call metrics, and calls as conversions help you connect with these customers and gain insight about those calls. However, many customers also call your business after clicking through a Google ad and learning more about the products and services you offer on your website. That’s why today we’re launching website call conversions, a powerful way for you to identify and measure calls from your website that occur after an ad click.Clicks that lead to callsLet’s say your…
  • Close variant matching for all exact and phrase keywords

    Rob Newton
    14 Aug 2014 | 4:14 pm
    People aren’t perfect spellers or typists. In fact, at least 7% of Google searches contain a misspelling. And the longer the query, the greater the likelihood of a typo. But even if what they’ve typed isn’t perfect, people still want to connect with the businesses, products, and services they’re trying to find.Whether it’s “kid scooters”, “kid’s scooter”, or “kids scooters”, people interested in buying a scooter for their child want to see the most relevant ads despite slight variations in their search query. That’s why starting in late September, we’re applying…
  • New Shopping Campaigns Upgrade Tool

    Rob Newton
    11 Aug 2014 | 12:09 pm
    This is the final stretch. At the end of August, regular Product Listing Ad (PLA) campaigns will retire and be replaced by Shopping campaigns. A majority of you have started upgrading to Shopping campaigns, but if you’re one of the few who haven’t yet, we’re introducing a new upgrade tool that’ll help you upgrade in a matter of clicks.This tool creates a Shopping campaign from your regular PLA campaign, with a campaign structure and bids based on your regular PLA campaign and historical performance data.If you haven’t started your upgrade, we encourage you to use this tool as a…
 
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  • More Directions in Google Search for Mobile

    Alex Chitu
    18 Aug 2014 | 1:36 pm
    When searching for [directions from A to B] or [distance from A to B] from your mobile device, Google now shows an updated card with multiple tabs for driving directions, public transit, biking directions and walking directions. Until now, Google only displayed driving directions.This isn't Google Maps for Android or the mobile Google Maps site, it's just a Google Search card.
  • Google Knowledge Graph Winners

    Alex Chitu
    7 Aug 2014 | 3:26 pm
    If you search for [oscar winners], Google shows a long list of winners in the Knowledge Graph sidebar. You can scroll down to see all of them, switch to a different year or click a category and see all the nominees. Search for [oscar 1995] to find the winners from 1995, for example.You can also try [Grammy], [Emmy], [Cesar winners], [Goya Awards], [Tony awards], [Golden Globes], [Brit Awards], [Pulitzer], [Nobel awards] and many other queries. It works for more specific queries like [nobel peace prize] or [nobel prize physics].
  • Google Query Tricks

    Alex Chitu
    7 Aug 2014 | 3:05 pm
    This isn't some new Google Search feature, but I thought it's worth sharing. Google has some smart algorithms that process your queries and can determine what you intended to type even if it's not properly formatted.1. You can separate all the characters of your query by space. For example: [h o t e l c a l i f o r n i a l y r i c s].2. You can separate all the characters of your query using dots. For example: [h o t e l c a l i f o r n i a l y r i c s].3. You can type your query without using space to separate words. For example: [hotelcalifornialyrics].4. You can separate the words from…
  • Moon and Mars in Google Maps

    Alex Chitu
    7 Aug 2014 | 2:08 pm
    Google Maps for desktop added 3D imagery for Moon and Mars. Just switch to the Earth view in the new Google Maps and zoom out until you see Moon and Mars at the bottom of the page or use these URLs: Moon and Mars."Spin Mars and watch the atmosphere change around the red planet; tilt the Moon and imagine yourself gliding along its peaks and craters; and to brush up on your astronomy, click on one of the thousands of labeled topographic features," informs Google.Google still has the old standalone pages for Google Moon and Google Mars launched in 2009 and you can still use Google Earth to…
  • HTML Tags Supported in Gmail

    Alex Chitu
    7 Aug 2014 | 1:41 pm
    Google doesn't provide a list of HTML tags supported in Gmail, but the ex-Googler Mihai Parparita came up with an unofficial list. "This list was determined by sending an HTML email with all HTML elements and seeing which came through," explains Mihai.The list of supported tags is pretty long, so it's probably more interesting to know the tags that are not supported by Gmail. Here are some of them: <embed>, <audio>, <video>, <iframe>, <object>, <script>, <canvas>, <html>, <head>, <body>.You can also find some sites that show what CSS…
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  • The Google Ebola Map Shows the Spread of the Outbreak

    Richard
    20 Aug 2014 | 4:21 pm
    I just came across the Google Ebola map, which is an interactive map that shows the spread of the Ebola virus from its original outbreak in 1976 in Zaire all the way up to the most recent outbreak beginning earlier this year, which came to the public’s attention after two infected American aid workers were […]
  • Google Maps Underwater Street View Allows You to Explore the Reefs

    Richard
    14 Aug 2014 | 1:53 pm
    Google Maps is getting more useful everyday, not to mention that it’s also getting more fun. The latest advancement in Google’s online mapping application will soon allow you to explore below sea level, which is something pretty cool in my opinion, and I know for certain that it is something that most Google Maps fans […]
  • MapQuest and MLB.com Present “Key to the City”

    Richard
    18 Jun 2014 | 1:17 pm
    Mapquest and MLB.com have teamed up to bring baseball fans a unique, simple, but yet highly fun and informative website http://gameday.mapquest.com/, as well as an original online video series called “Key to the City” which is probably the site’s main feature or its biggest attraction. Key to the City features customized baseball content which basically […]
  • MapQuest Local Partners With FourSquare

    Richard
    14 May 2014 | 1:13 pm
    MapQuest Local was recently re-invented and re-designed to improve the quality of their service. In order to accomplish their goals and make your life easier they’ve decided to create new partnerships with some of the biggest data providers in the world such as FourSquare, GrubHub, Booker, SeatGeek, and several others. Their objective is to make […]
  • Time Travel Now Available on Google Maps Street View

    Richard
    23 Apr 2014 | 2:08 pm
    Traveling through time is now possible thanks to Google Maps, the search giant has just announced the release of a new feature that is now available through their popular “Street View” product that everyone loves. ABC News reported that “snapshots will now include an option to see what neighborhoods and landmarks looked like at different […]
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  • AT&T Plans to Roll Out Fiber in Silicon Valley before Google

    Wes
    23 Aug 2014 | 3:16 am
    AT&T vs Google Fiber in Silicon Valley It only appears that AT&T has some how beaten Google at it’s own game.  That is to say AT&T’s game, which Google has recently begun playing.  As AT&T plans to roll out fiber in Silicon Valley before Google.  But how long as AT&T been in Silicon Valley with Fiber service and only now is rolling it out?  And where is it being rolled out? According to Bloomberg, AT&T is rolling out its GigaPower fiber service in Cupertino first.  Thereby allowing all Apple employees to get access to AT&T Fiber.  AT&T is…
  • A New Google Glass Patent surfaces

    Wes
    19 Aug 2014 | 10:20 pm
    New Google Glass Patent The new Google Glass patent recently discovered via the watchers of the Patent Office (Glass Almanac), depicts a pair of glasses without the eye projection part.  It appears that Google is intent on making the new set of glasses less annoying to the average user, a feature that might bring it into normalcy.   If it is at possible for the geeks at Google to generate another Moonshot, perhaps this revision is it? Google Glass appears to yet be ahead of its time.  There is a very distinct dislike of the idea of being in the line of sight of a head-mounted computer.
  • Google Trans-Pacific Cables wrapped in Kevlar, to prevent shark damage

    Wes
    15 Aug 2014 | 12:44 pm
    Google’s Trans-Pacific Cables covered in Kevlar Apparently this is no new thing.  When Google announce first that it would be working with Japan to install a new set of Trans-Pacific Cables, that seemed like news.  But it seem odd, at first, to wrap said cables in Kevlar.  However, sharks do seem to like attacking these cables. Sharks seek out a low level electrical signal that is produced by smaller fish in distress.  It’s not so odd that a cable underwater carrying massive amounts of data might also produce some kind of electric signal also.  And so it seems that an…
  • The White House gets High Tech Help from Google

    Wes
    11 Aug 2014 | 10:15 pm
    High Tech Help You may have had the chance to get into the current administration’s health car act and you may have also noticed that it is a tad behind in the realm of performance.  The current administration is quite aware of this fact and wants to change it.  So they’ve hired ex-Google employee in order that the White House might get some serious high tech help from Google. As it appears, Mikey Dickerson of Google is that very employee that the White House has managed to acquire.  It is apparent that Dickerson has made an impression on certain persons in the White House…
  • Google Moon and Mars

    Wes
    8 Aug 2014 | 10:43 pm
      Google Moon You’ve probably seen Google Maps by now, but Google has gone inter-solar with its mapping software.   In addition to Google Earth, you now can get access to Google Moon and Google Mars. You might have been aware of the fact that Google has given the public access to the Moon and Mars already, but the feature was not included in Google Maps until now.  When using Google Earth, you will see the additional selections for the Moon and Mars as well. These two extraterrestrial bodies have a great deal of detail, due to the intrigue that Google engineers have for our…
 
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  • Secret for Android update removes ability to access photo library or post full names, adds Flickr search, polls

    Mike Beasley
    22 Aug 2014 | 5:09 pm
    The popular anonymous social sharing network Secret may be under fire in Brazil, but in the U.S. and abroad the software lives on, and today received a big new update on the Android platform. The new version both adds and removes several capabilities to the app. One of the most important changes in the new build is the removal of the ability to access photos saved to a device’s photo library. The camera is still fair game, but Secret is attempting to cut down on personally-damaging photos by taking away the option to upload older images. That’s not to say that the camera is the…
  • German regulator won’t pursue publisher complaints against Google

    Mark Hearn
    22 Aug 2014 | 2:18 pm
    Today, a German regulator said that it will not pursue complaints brought against Google from a group of publishers that are displeased with the company’s search engine providing full access to their online news articles. A troop of media outlets including Axel Springer SE and Burda joined forces to form a group called VG Media to request that Google compensate them for making their web content viewable to the public. “Sufficient suspicion is always necessary to initiate an abuse procedure. The complaint from VG Media did not establish this,” Andreas Mundt, president of…
  • Google acquiring Gecko Design for help with X projects

    Mark Hearn
    22 Aug 2014 | 11:34 am
    Google is acquiring Gecko Design, a firm that helps develop products for companies like Hewlett-Packard, Slingmedia, Dell, Fitbit and furniture maker Herman Miller. Financial terms of the deal have not been disclosed but the Los Gatos, California company will be rolled into Google’s X lab, which is responsible for items like Glass and the search giant’s driverless car. “This is an incredible opportunity for everyone at Gecko,” Jacques Gagne, Gecko’s president and owner, wrote on the company’s website. “We are very excited and honored to join Google(x) and work on a…
  • Samsung’s new Galaxy Note 4 promo asks if you’re ‘ready to note?’ (video)

    Mark Hearn
    22 Aug 2014 | 10:47 am
    Samsung is expected to unveil its highly anticipated Galaxy Note 4 on September 3rd during its Unpacked event at IFA in Berlin and today the company planted a small seed hinting at the arrival of its big device. In a new teaser video focusing on the importance of handwriting, Samsung shows examples of children defacing furniture with markers, engineers drafting blueprints with pencils and composers inking music notes with quills. Set to a classy soundtrack, the marketing piece advances to someone aggressively writing what looks like a formula on a blackboard with a piece of chalk and calms…
  • Samsung shares how its new metal framed Galaxy Alpha is made

    Mark Hearn
    22 Aug 2014 | 9:48 am
    Samsung recently announced the Galaxy Alpha and today the company shared some details about how its new metal wrapped smartphone is made. At the beginning of construction the phone’s chassis is carved from metallic materials to form its frame, this includes making room for a battery and other components. After it’s frame is in order, the unfinished smartphone goes through a color anodizing process with hues ranging from blue, black, silver, white and gold. Following its coloring, the Galaxy Alpha’s frame is outlined with a unique diamond-powered metal cutting tool for…
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  • HTC One E8 is now available in Blue color

    Joe
    22 Aug 2014 | 7:35 am
    It seems like HTC is now prepping to add a Blue variant to their current HTC One E8 lineup which currently has 3 color options namely White, Black and Red. According to our tipster, the Blue variant will be heading to the Hong Kong market and will be selling at the same price of around HKD 3,300. However, we’re pretty sure that this device will only be available in certain markets since it should be a limited production kind of thing like the Blue HTC One M8 as well. I have to admit, the One E8 simply looks gorgeous under the Blue paint. Let’s wait and see which are the lucky…
  • How to root Lenovo S860 using a one-click-root proram

    Joe
    22 Aug 2014 | 2:32 am
    The Lenovo S860 is a mid-range phablet released by Lenovo back in May this year. The device rocks a 5.3″ HD display powered by a 1.3GHz quad-core chipset along with 1GB of RAM onboard. Other key specs include a 16GB internal storage, microSD slot, 8MP rear camera, 1.3MP front camera, 4,000mAh battery, as well as Android 4.2 Jelly Bean running out of the box. Like most other Android smartphones, we can root Lenovo S860 rather easily as well. In the following tutorial, I will be guiding you guys on how to root Lenovo S860 in less than an hour using a one-click-root program called vroot.
  • Meizu MX4 scores an incredible 52,811 points on AnTuTu

    Marc
    21 Aug 2014 | 10:11 am
    Apparently, the unannounced Meizu MX4 has scored an incredible score of 52,811 points on the AnTuTu benchmark site – crowning it as the top scorer so far, with a score much higher than HTC One and Galaxy S5. Powering the MX4 is rumored to be the latest 8-cores MT6595 chipset clocked at 2.2GHz. However, do keep in mind that this isn’t even the Pro version of the flagship. According to reports, the Pro version will be powered by Samsung’s Exynos 5 processor which will no doubt give it a even higher score than it has now. Graphical wise, the MX4 will come with a 5″ FHD…
  • Sony Xperia C3 will go on sale in Hong Kong during late August

    Marc
    21 Aug 2014 | 5:21 am
    Earlier today, we just learned that the Xperia C3 has went official in Russia and will be available at a price of 13,990 Rubles (~$385). Even though the Xperia C3 seems to be just another typical mid-range smartphone, but Sony has apparently turned it into a perfect selfie phone by having a 5MP front camera with a wide angle lens along with LED flash – which is really uncommon among other smartphones. And if you’re one of those residing in Hong Kong and longing to get this device, then we got a piece of good news for you! It has been confirmed that the Xperia C3 will also be…
  • How to root Lenovo S850 using the vroot program

    Marc
    20 Aug 2014 | 8:34 am
    The Lenovo S850 is a mid-range Android smartphone released by Lenovo back in February this year. The device sports a 5″ HD display powered by a 1.3GHz quad-core chipset along with 1GB of RAM onboard. Other key specs include a 16GB internal storage, microSD slot, 13MP rear camera, 5MP front camera, 2,150mAh non-removable battery as well as Android 4.4 KitKat running out of the box. Since the device comes with an unlocked bootloader, this makes it even easier for us to have it rooted. In the following tutorial, I will be guiding you guys on how to root Lenovo S850 using the vroot program.
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  • Scarlett Johansson Images

    Google Images
    20 Aug 2014 | 11:43 am
    Scarlett Johansson Images | Hot Pics – Google Images Provides all new and latest collection of Actress Scarlett Johansson Pictures, Images, Photos, Wallpapers. Download and share these Scarlett Johansson Images with your online friends. :) Scarlett Johansson (age 29 : hight 5’3 : weight 57 : shoe 9.5 : bra size 32DD : figure 36-25-36), is an Hollywood / American actress, model, singer and sexiest women […]
  • Angelina Jolie Images

    Google Images
    17 Aug 2014 | 1:00 pm
    Angelina Jolie Images | Pictures – Google Images Provides all new and latest collection of Angelina Jolie Pictures, Images, Photos, Wallpapers. Download and share these Angelina Jolie Images with your online friends. :) Angelina Jolie (age 39 : hight 5’8 : weight 52 : shoe 9 : figure 36-27-36), is an American actress, film director, screenwriter, and author. She was born on June 4, […]
  • Singham Returns Poster Images

    Google Images
    13 Aug 2014 | 11:02 pm
    Singham Returns Poster Images – Google Images Provides Wide Range of Singham 2 (2014) Poster Images, Pictures, Photos, HD Wallpapers in High Definition with High Resolution. Get all exclusive collection of new and latest Singham Returns Posters ft. Ajay Devgan and Kareena Kapoor Khan. You can also check Singham Returns Logo here. We select a list of Best Singham Returns Poster Pictures. Download Free Singham […]
  • Indian Independence Day Images

    Google Images
    13 Aug 2014 | 10:46 pm
    Indian Independence Day Images – Google Images Provides Wide Range of 15 August Indian Independence Day 2014 Images, Pictures, Photos, HD Wallpapers in High Definition with High Resolution. Independence Day 2014 is just around the corner, Independence day of India (15 August) will be celebrated by Millions of Indians with full of Joy. Below you can find some of the great […]
  • Independence Day Images 2014 Wallpapers

    Google Images
    12 Aug 2014 | 4:22 am
    Independence Day Images 2014 Wallpapers – Google Images Provides Wide Range of Independence Day 2014 Images, Pictures, Photos, HD Wallpapers in High Definition with High Resolution. Must Check :- Independence Day 15 August 2014 Images Happy Independence Day Images 15th August 2014 Independence Day Images We select a list of Best Independence Day Pictures 2014. Download Free Independence Day HD Wallpapers 2014 […]
 
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