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  • Google Science Fair 2015: what will you try?

    Official Google Australia Blog
    Johnny Luu
    18 Feb 2015 | 4:23 pm
    The 2015 Google Science Fair starts today! To learn more about entry details, prizes and more tune in to rewatch today’s Hangout and follow along on Google+. Science is about observing and experimenting. It’s about exploring unanswered questions, solving problems through curiosity, learning as you go and always trying again.That’s the spirit behind the fifth annual Google Science Fair, kicking off today. Together with LEGO Education, National Geographic, Scientific American and Virgin Galactic, we’re calling on all young researchers, explorers, builders, technologists and…
  • Through the Google lens: Search trends February 20-26

    The Official Google Blog
    Google Blogs
    27 Feb 2015 | 3:26 pm
    If you’re the kind of person who loves the Internet when it’s at its most Internet-y, you had a good week. From llamas to retro cartoons to that darn dress, here’s a look at the past week in search:Internet gold Is it white and gold? Or blue and black? That’s the question that had everyone searching, tweeting and generally freaking out Thursday after a Tumblr user posted a photo of a dress that seemed to appear different colors to different people. Debate over the true color of the dress raged for hours, while others tried to solve the mystery of its divisiveness. All we know is,…
  • Safe Browsing and Google Analytics: Keeping More Users Safe, Together

    Google Webmaster Central Blog
    Google Webmaster Central
    3 Mar 2015 | 6:20 am
    The following was originally posted on the Google Online Security Blog. If you run a web site, you may already be familiar with Google Webmaster Tools and how it lets you know if Safe Browsing finds something problematic on your site. For example, we’ll notify you if your site is delivering malware, which is usually a sign that it’s been hacked. We’re extending our Safe Browsing protections to automatically display notifications to all Google Analytics users via familiar Google Analytics Notifications. Google Safe Browsing has been protecting people across the Internet for…
  • Tap, tap. Who's there? Google Wallet and Softcard!

    Google Commerce
    Commerce Blog
    23 Feb 2015 | 9:00 am
    We first introduced Google Wallet's tap and pay feature in 2011, and since then, mobile payments have grown rapidly. You can use the Google Wallet app on Android devices, on any carrier network, to tap and pay anywhere NFC is accepted. Over the years, we've received great feedback from people who use this feature and we’ve continued investing to make it easy and secure for more people to pay with their phones. A big part of this is working with other innovators in the industry to help provide a seamless experience across a wide range of phones and stores.So today, we’re excited to…
  • Introducing gRPC, a new open source HTTP/2 RPC Framework

    Google Developers Blog
    Gary Lewis
    26 Feb 2015 | 10:30 am
    Today, we are open sourcing gRPC, a brand new framework for handling remote procedure calls. It’s BSD licensed, based on the recently finalized HTTP/2 standard, and enables easy creation of highly performant, scalable APIs and microservices in many popular programming languages and platforms. Internally at Google, we are starting to use gRPC to expose most of our public services through gRPC endpoints as part of our long term commitment to HTTP/2.Over the years, Google has developed underlying systems and technologies to support the largest ecosystem of micro-services in the world; our…
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    The Official Google Blog

  • Through the Google lens: Search trends February 20-26

    Google Blogs
    27 Feb 2015 | 3:26 pm
    If you’re the kind of person who loves the Internet when it’s at its most Internet-y, you had a good week. From llamas to retro cartoons to that darn dress, here’s a look at the past week in search:Internet gold Is it white and gold? Or blue and black? That’s the question that had everyone searching, tweeting and generally freaking out Thursday after a Tumblr user posted a photo of a dress that seemed to appear different colors to different people. Debate over the true color of the dress raged for hours, while others tried to solve the mystery of its divisiveness. All we know is,…
  • Rethinking office space

    Google Blogs
    27 Feb 2015 | 10:00 am
    Not the sexiest title for a blog post, I know. But as we’ve inhabited a variety of workplaces—including a garage in Menlo Park, a farmhouse in Denmark and an entire New York city block—we’ve learned something about what makes an office space great. And we’re excited to put that into practice, starting here at our home in Mountain View. Today we’re submitting a plan to redevelop four sites—places where we already have offices but hope to significantly increase our square footage—to the Mountain View City Council. It's the first time we'll design and build offices from scratch…
  • Get away with Google Flights

    Google Blogs
    25 Feb 2015 | 6:00 am
    While winds howl, frost bites and snow falls, people dream of getting away from it all. Every year around this time, we see an uptick in searches for spring and summer travel from people who have had it up to here with winter. And in the middle of one of the coldest, snowiest, iciest winters on record in the U.S., you better believe people are gearing up to grab their suntan lotion and their carry-ons, and hop on a plane. Enter Google Flights, which makes it easy to plan the trip that’s right for you. Here are a few tips to help you book this year’s dream vacation.Flexibility is key when…
  • Expanding opportunities through computer science education

    Google Blogs
    23 Feb 2015 | 9:00 am
    One student celebrated Martin Luther King Day. Another created a music video with a nod to a Frozen princess. A third invited a cold polar bear in for holiday cheer. All these students are participants in Google CS First, a program that teaches 9- to 14-year-olds how to use computer science (CS) to express themselves and their interests. In the process, they get a window into the world of coding and learn skills that may be useful to them in the future. We launched CS First back in 2013, and since then more than 19,000 students have participated at one of 1,300+ CS First clubs around the…
  • Our first building block in tech for tykes: YouTube Kids

    Google Blogs
    23 Feb 2015 | 6:33 am
    When we were kids, if we wanted to learn more about gorillas or how to make friendship bracelets, our parents pointed us to an encyclopedia, or took us to the library. When we wanted to watch cartoons, we eagerly awaited Saturday morning. Today’s kids have it even better—they have all of these options, plus a world of knowledge and information at their fingertips via the Internet. That opens up wonderful opportunities, but also can cause some worry for those of us who are parents.So over the past year, teams across Google—including many passionate parents—have been looking at how…
 
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    Google Webmaster Central Blog

  • Safe Browsing and Google Analytics: Keeping More Users Safe, Together

    Google Webmaster Central
    3 Mar 2015 | 6:20 am
    The following was originally posted on the Google Online Security Blog. If you run a web site, you may already be familiar with Google Webmaster Tools and how it lets you know if Safe Browsing finds something problematic on your site. For example, we’ll notify you if your site is delivering malware, which is usually a sign that it’s been hacked. We’re extending our Safe Browsing protections to automatically display notifications to all Google Analytics users via familiar Google Analytics Notifications. Google Safe Browsing has been protecting people across the Internet for…
  • Finding more mobile-friendly search results

    Google Webmaster Central
    26 Feb 2015 | 10:23 am
    Webmaster level: all When it comes to search on mobile devices, users should get the most relevant and timely results, no matter if the information lives on mobile-friendly web pages or apps. As more people use mobile devices to access the internet, our algorithms have to adapt to these usage patterns. In the past, we’ve made updates to ensure a site is configured properly and viewable on modern devices. We’ve made it easier for users to find mobile-friendly web pages and we’ve introduced App Indexing to surface useful content from apps. Today, we’re announcing two important changes…
  • Case Studies: Fixing Hacked Sites

    Google Webmaster Central
    18 Feb 2015 | 12:40 pm
    Webmaster Level: All Every day, thousands of websites get hacked. Hacked sites can harm users by serving malicious software, collecting personal information, or redirecting them to sites they didn't intend to visit. Webmasters want to fix hacked sites quickly, but unfortunately recovering from a hack can be a complicated process. We're trying to make the process of recovering from a hack easier for webmasters with features like Security Issues, Help for Hacked Sites, and a section of our forum just for hacked sites. Recently we talked to two webmasters with hacked sites to learn more about…
  • Crawling and indexing of locale-adaptive pages

    Google Webmaster Central
    28 Jan 2015 | 3:00 am
    Webmaster level: advanced Locale-adaptive pages change their content to reflect the user's language or perceived geographic location. Since, by default, Googlebot requests pages without setting an Accept-Language HTTP request header and uses IP addresses that appear to be located in the USA, not all content variants of locale-adaptive pages may be indexed completely. Today we’re introducing new locale-aware crawl configurations for Googlebot for pages that we detect may adapt the content they serve based on the request's language and perceived location. These are: Geo-distributed crawling…
  • Upcoming Events In The Knowledge Graph

    Google Webmaster Central
    15 Jan 2015 | 12:06 pm
    Webmaster level: allLast year, we launched a new way for musical artists to list their upcoming events on Google: schema.org markup on their official websites. Now we’re expanding this program in four ways:1. Official Ticket LinksFor artists: if you mark up ticketing links along with the events on your official website, we’ll show an expanded answer card for your events in Google search, including the on-sale date, availability, and a direct link to your preferred ticketing site.As before, you may write the event markup directly into your site’s HTML, or simply install an event widget…
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    Google Commerce

  • Tap, tap. Who's there? Google Wallet and Softcard!

    Commerce Blog
    23 Feb 2015 | 9:00 am
    We first introduced Google Wallet's tap and pay feature in 2011, and since then, mobile payments have grown rapidly. You can use the Google Wallet app on Android devices, on any carrier network, to tap and pay anywhere NFC is accepted. Over the years, we've received great feedback from people who use this feature and we’ve continued investing to make it easy and secure for more people to pay with their phones. A big part of this is working with other innovators in the industry to help provide a seamless experience across a wide range of phones and stores.So today, we’re excited to…
  • Dimensional weight support in Google Merchant Center lets you specify more accurate shipping rates

    Commerce Blog
    4 Feb 2015 | 9:00 am
    When shoppers search for the best deals online, they want to know the full cost of an item -- including the cost of shipping. In fact, we’ve seen that unexpected shipping costs are a common reason for users abandoning their online shopping purchases. That’s why we’ve been focused on making it even easier for you to showcase the right shipping cost to online shoppers, when they’re ready to buy.Carrier-calculated rates in Google Merchant Center are an easy and convenient way to set up accurate shipping rates if you use one of the supported carriers. In the US, several major carriers…
  • Now available in the UK: Send and request money right from Gmail

    Commerce Blog
    29 Jan 2015 | 1:00 am
    Since we announced Send Money in Gmail, paying back your friends has never been so simple, whether you’re chipping in for lunch or reimbursing your housemate for your share of the rent. Today, we're excited to make this feature available for Gmail users in the UK.This means people in the UK will now be able to quickly and securely send money to friends and family in the UK directly within desktop Gmail -- even if the recipient doesn't have a Gmail address. Sending and receiving money in Gmail is free and easy. To send money in Gmail, hover over the attachment paperclip, click the icon to…
  • Happy Omnidays!

    Commerce Blog
    8 Dec 2014 | 2:37 pm
    December of 2014 may be remembered as the first truly omni-channel holiday season: the year retailers really stretched the sales funnel to include mobile, store visits and online buying under one big connected holiday umbrella.Let's take a break from the holiday dash to see what we can learn from companies that have been creating unified shopping experiences for consumers while ringing in bigger and better profits for themselves. We'll start with a salute to three great examples of omni-channel thinking: Macy's, Sephora and REI.Macy'sWhen over 15,000 people streamed into Macy's main New York…
  • Shoppers Go Mobile Black Friday Weekend

    Commerce Blog
    24 Nov 2014 | 8:14 am
    With more and more retailers offering holiday deals earlier in the season, the excitement about Black Friday is no longer confined to a single day. Now it’s more like a month-long event. As a result, one in five shoppers plan to head to stores on Thanksgiving Day to capitalize on Black Friday deals.1 To get a read on the trends heading into Black Friday, we took the temperature of holiday shopping online. We looked at search trends on Google, insights from Google Consumer Surveys and top trending purchases on our same-day delivery service, Google Express.Mobile shoppers are out in forceAs…
 
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    Google Developers Blog

  • Introducing gRPC, a new open source HTTP/2 RPC Framework

    Gary Lewis
    26 Feb 2015 | 10:30 am
    Today, we are open sourcing gRPC, a brand new framework for handling remote procedure calls. It’s BSD licensed, based on the recently finalized HTTP/2 standard, and enables easy creation of highly performant, scalable APIs and microservices in many popular programming languages and platforms. Internally at Google, we are starting to use gRPC to expose most of our public services through gRPC endpoints as part of our long term commitment to HTTP/2.Over the years, Google has developed underlying systems and technologies to support the largest ecosystem of micro-services in the world; our…
  • 1,000 Chrome Experiments and counting...

    Gary Lewis
    24 Feb 2015 | 10:49 am
    Posted by Valdean Klump, Data Arts Team Originally posted to the Google Chrome blog In 2009, we launched Chrome Experiments to showcase the work of creative coders who pushed HTML5 and JavaScript to the limits in order to build beautiful, unique web experiences. At first, the site had only 19 experiments, but we hoped they would be a source of inspiration for programmers who made art with open web technologies. Since then, we’ve been humbled by the quantity and quality of new submissions. Today, we’ve reached a major milestone: 1,000 experiments. To celebrate, we’ve created a special…
  • Retiring the Email Migration API

    Gary Lewis
    18 Feb 2015 | 4:15 pm
    Posted by Wesley Chun, Developer Advocate, Google Apps Last summer, we launched the new Gmail API, giving developers more flexible, powerful, and higher-level access to programmatic email management, not to mention improved performance. Since then, it has been expanded to replace the Google Apps Admin SDK's Email Migration API (EMAPI v2). Going forward, we recommend developers integrate with the Gmail API. EMAPI v2 will be turned down on November 1, 2015, so you should switch to the Gmail API soon. To aid you with this effort, we've put together a developer’s guide to help you migrate from…
  • Smaller Fonts with WOFF 2.0 and unicode-range

    Gary Lewis
    18 Feb 2015 | 2:31 pm
    Posted by Rod Sheeter, Software Engineer The Google Fonts and Chrome teams are constantly looking for ways to make fonts better for online content. In 2014, we deployed two big optimizations: WOFF 2.0 and unicode-range. Combined, they are reducing the size of the downloaded fonts by more than 40 percent on average. For users, that means faster download times and lower data costs! The HTTP Archive has a graph of observed font sizes across the web, primarily in WOFF format. If we compare this to our best estimate of the savings attributable to WOFF 2.0 and unicode-range optimizations that went…
  • Reminder: ClientLogin Shutdown scheduled for April 20, 2015

    Gary Lewis
    17 Feb 2015 | 12:17 pm
    Posted by Ryan Troll, Technical Lead, Identity and Authentication As mentioned in our earlier post reminding users to migrate to newer Google Data APIs, we would like to once again share that the ClientLogin shutdown date is fast approaching, and applications which rely on it will stop working when it shuts down. We encourage you to minimize user disruption by switching to OAuth 2.0. Our top priority is to safeguard users’ data, and at Google we use risk based analysis to block the vast majority of account hijacking attempts. Our risk analysis systems take into account many signals in…
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    Official Google Australia Blog

  • Not just another love song

    Johnny Luu
    4 Mar 2015 | 7:36 pm
    Sydney is coming together to celebrate Mardi Gras. But many young Australians still face homophobia or transphobia.We teamed up with Twenty10, a nonprofit that provides LGBTI youth with emergency housing, to create a nationwide musical collaboration to raise awareness. We asked Australians to contribute a lyric to a love song, and show that love is stronger than hate.More than 1,000 Australians contributed to the song, including musicians like Guy Sebastian, Megan Washington and the Jezabels. We used a Google Doc to collect lyrics from multiple locations simultaneously at Fair Day.
  • Australia on the world stage: bringing our stories and heritage online

    Johnny Luu
    2 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    The hand-built ‘Prototype No. 1’ that became the model for millions of Holden cars. The interior of ‘G for George’, a Lancaster bomber from World War II.  A preserved specimen of Penicillium notatum from the laboratory of the Australian scientist who proved its efficacy in fighting infection. A small Vietnamese fishing boat which set out to carry refugees 6,000 kilometres to Australia with only a map torn from a schoolbook and a compass to guide them.  And, a portrait of a home-grown rock star, Chrissy Amphlett.  These are just some of the remarkable Australian…
  • Android is ready for work

    Johnny Luu
    25 Feb 2015 | 3:14 pm
    Cross-posted on the Android blogOver a billion people today carry Android smartphones—devices that are more powerful than the computers we used just a few years ago.For many, these phones have become essential tools to help us complete important work tasks like checking email, editing documents, reviewing sales pipelines and approving deals. But for the majority of workers, smartphones and tablets are underutilized in the workplace. Their business and innovation potential remain largely untapped.Today we're announcing the Android for Work program to tap into that potential. With a…
  • Love is stronger than hate

    Johnny Luu
    18 Feb 2015 | 9:40 pm
    Too many young Australians still face homophobia or transphobia. That’s why this Mardi Gras, we’ve teamed up with not-for-profit Twenty10 to show that love is stronger than hate.We’re going to create an Australia-wide musical collaboration - and we would like you to be involved. We’re asking people to contribute a lyric for a love song, which Toby Martin, one of Australia’s best singer-songwriters, will then turn into a song and perform on the main stage at Fair Day this Sunday, February 22.You can submit your own lyric here.For every lyric submitted,…
  • Google Science Fair 2015: what will you try?

    Johnny Luu
    18 Feb 2015 | 4:23 pm
    The 2015 Google Science Fair starts today! To learn more about entry details, prizes and more tune in to rewatch today’s Hangout and follow along on Google+. Science is about observing and experimenting. It’s about exploring unanswered questions, solving problems through curiosity, learning as you go and always trying again.That’s the spirit behind the fifth annual Google Science Fair, kicking off today. Together with LEGO Education, National Geographic, Scientific American and Virgin Galactic, we’re calling on all young researchers, explorers, builders, technologists and…
 
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    Inside AdSense

  • Google Search results just became more mobile-friendly

    John A.Smith
    3 Mar 2015 | 12:20 pm
    (Originally posted on the Webmaster Central Blog)As more people use mobile devices to access the Internet, Google Search has adapted its algorithms to help users find mobile-friendly web pages and apps. Recently, Google Search has made it even easier for users to discover multi-screen content with two important changes:1. More mobile-friendly websites in search resultsStarting April 21, Google Search will be expanding its use of mobile-friendliness as a ranking signal. This change will affect mobile searches in all languages worldwide and will have a significant impact in Google Search…
  • Introducing the new AdSense Revenue profile

    John A.Smith
    23 Feb 2015 | 10:53 am
    Starting today, a new Revenue profile report will be available in your AdSense account. Currently, AdSense reporting shows you an average of your ad request RPM. This new report will help you understand the value of your top performing ad requests in more detail.The AdSense ad auction handles billions of ad requests each day, channeling demand from AdWords advertisers and Google certified ad networks (via the DoubleClick Ad Exchange) to our publishers. This real-time digital ad marketplace works to serve high paying ads on your site. Now, you will be able to see the performance of these…
  • Google Consumer Surveys: An additional way to monetize your site

    John A.Smith
    19 Feb 2015 | 11:22 am
    Google Consumer Surveys is a great way for publishers to create an additional revenue stream for their content. When a user visits your site, they will have the option to answer a few survey questions in exchange for access to content. Each time a site visitor answers a survey question, you will earn $.05. Check out how Times Publishing Company generated incremental revenue with Google Consumer Surveys.Example of Google Consumer Surveys on a news pageHighlights of Google Consumer Surveys include:Earn $0.05 or local equivalent for each answered questionEasy to implementYou decide where and how…
  • Love is all around: 8 tips romantic movies can teach us about content strategy (Part 4 of 4)

    John A.Smith
    13 Feb 2015 | 9:06 am
    Welcome to the last part of our Valentine’s Day blog series. Today, we’ll explore what eight of the most loved romantic movies of the last few years can teach us about content strategy.Romantic movies are always a popular choice for Valentine's Day. In the spirit of this special day, we watched some classic romantic movies (for research, of course) to see what they can teach us about content strategy.Here’s the top tips we found:1. P.S. I Love You - Have a single common goalGerry and his series of letters were designed to encourage Holly to move forward to a new life. Similarly, when…
  • Love is all around: Improve your site experience with Google Analytics (Part 3 of 4)

    John A.Smith
    11 Feb 2015 | 8:43 am
    Welcome to the third part of our Valentine’s Day blog series. Today, we’ll focus on how Google Analytics can help improve the performance and user experience on your site.Google Analytics is a powerful tool that can help you analyze the behavior of your site visitors. With Google Analytics, you can gain valuable insights into improving your site.The very first step is to link your Google Analytics and AdSense accounts in a few easy steps. After your accounts are linked, you can start viewing AdSense reports in Google Analytics.Here are five ways to improve the performance of your site by…
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    Google Public Policy Blog

  • A Small Rule Change That Could Give the U.S. Government Sweeping New Warrant Power

    Google Public Policy Blog
    18 Feb 2015 | 9:45 am
    Posted by Richard Salgado, Legal Director, Law Enforcement and Information SecurityAt the request of the Department of Justice, a little-known body -- the Advisory Committee on the Rules of Criminal Procedure -- is proposing a significant change to procedural rules that could have profound implications for the privacy rights and security interests of everyone who uses the Internet.  Last week, Google filed comments opposing this change.It starts with the Federal Rule of Criminal Procedure 41, an arcane but important procedural rule on the issuance of search warrants.  Today, Rule 41…
  • The Impacts of Data Localization on Cybersecurity

    Google Public Policy Blog
    13 Feb 2015 | 1:39 pm
    Earlier this week, Leviathan Security released their latest piece of research, called the Value of Cloud Security. This research takes a close look at cloud infrastructure security and how it's impacted by forced data localization. Google commissioned the study and discussed the results with Leviathan, but Leviathan alone is responsible for the analysis and conclusions. When companies take advantage of cloud services, they get more secure systems as a result. Many countries, however, have proposed laws requiring that companies keep the data of that country’s users within national borders.
  • Apply for a 2015 North America Google Policy Fellowship

    Google Public Policy Blog
    11 Feb 2015 | 12:37 pm
    Last summer, students from all over the US and Canada gathered to explore pressing questions at the intersection of technology and policy. Whether working on data security standards at the National Consumers League or innovation economy issues at the R Street Institute, students gained hands-on experience tackling critical technology policy questions.2015 is just beginning, but these issues show no signs of slowing down. We’re excited to announce the 8th annual Google Policy Fellowship, which connects students interested in emerging technology policy issues with leading nonprofits, think…
  • The House of Representatives steps up the fight against human trafficking

    Google Public Policy Blog
    28 Jan 2015 | 8:32 am
    Posted by Susan Molinari, Vice President of Government Affairs and Public Policy There are few issues more horrifying than human slavery and trafficking. Yesterday, the House of Representatives took important steps to address these issues by passing twelve bills aimed at helping the victims and calling attention to these criminal acts. We are encouraged by the actions taken yesterday and applaud the House’s leadership.We recently heard about a number of these bills from Members of both the House and Senate at an event Google hosted with the McCain Institute and Rights4Girls. In addition to…
  • UPDATE: Helping Human Trafficking and Modern Day Slavery Victims Around the World

    Google Public Policy Blog
    12 Jan 2015 | 12:14 pm
    According to the U.S. Trafficking In Persons Report, there may be more than 20 million trafficking victims at any time in the world, but only about 40,000 victims are identified each year. To connect victims of human trafficking to the organizations who can help them, we recently launched a new feature that displays human trafficking hotline numbers when users type in relevant keywords in searchIn July 2014, we launched this feature for the U.S., Japan and South Korea and today we are making it available in 9 more countries in 14 different languages. From working with our partners across the…
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    Google Earth Blog

  • Google Earth imagery updates

    Timothy Whitehead
    5 Mar 2015 | 1:23 am
    Google has not updated its imagery updates map since December 17th last year. It has, nevertheless been pushing out satellite imagery at a fairly rapid pace. We can only speculate as to why it is not updating the maps. Perhaps its staff have been too busy with all the reorganization that seems to be going on at Google. Or perhaps the maps are hosted on Google Maps Engine, which has recently been deprecated. This post is an appeal to Google to resume releasing its imagery updates maps. If the updates are now too frequent to do a map for each update, then a cumulative map once a month would be…
  • Google Forest Canopy View

    Timothy Whitehead
    4 Mar 2015 | 1:31 am
    When Street View started it was named ‘Street View’ because it was captured using cameras mounted on the roof of a car driving along streets. Since then Google has been shrinking the equipment, initially fitting it on a trike and later making it small enough to carry on your back known as the Street View trekker. Since then the Street View cameras have taken a variety of different rides, such as Gondolas in Venice, Camels in Egypt, a quad bike in Greenland and even on diving expeditions. Now the Street View cameras have taken a ride on a zipline through the Amazon rainforest…
  • DigitalGlobe now selling 30cm imagery

    Timothy Whitehead
    3 Mar 2015 | 1:54 am
    In August last year DigitalGlobe launched their World View-3 satellite. A few weeks later we showed you some of the first imagery they released. Last week DigitalGlobe announced that they are now selling the new 30cm imagery to customers. Until recently it was actually illegal for US companies to sell satellite imagery at this resolution. As we have noted in the past, aerial imagery is typically of similar or better resolution and is not subject to that restriction, but for global coverage and bulk image capturing satellites work out much more cost effective. DigitalGlobe has available for…
  • Latest from MyReadingMapped

    Timothy Whitehead
    2 Mar 2015 | 1:41 am
    We have looked at MyReadingMapped many times in the past. It has recently changed its url from myreadingmapped.blogspot.com, to myreadingmapped.com. A few of the recent maps to be found on the site that we have not covered in the past are: A map of the Nicaragua Grand Canal that enables users to zoom in close on the rivers and valleys involved in terrain and satellite mode in order to determine for themselves the impact on the ecology. It is related to this Scientific American story. A map of the Privatization Boondoggles of Local, State and Federal Government that traces the costly…
  • The best of Google Earth for February 2015

    Timothy Whitehead
    27 Feb 2015 | 1:34 am
    We have spent a lot of this month exploring the features of the now free Google Earth Pro. Google has continued to add to 3D imagery, with 48 additions so far in February. Oddly though, they have also recently been removing a number of areas. This has happened in the past and usually it is only for a short while, but occasionally it has been a long time before the imagery has been replaced. Apparently Nashville has been removed and added again a number of times. We have not yet made a decision on how to handle this in our KML file. Suggestions are welcome. Google has continued to update…
 
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    Real Estate Made Simple

  • An Expat’s Guide To Being An Absentee Landlord

    Henry Mccarthy
    17 Feb 2015 | 7:48 pm
    A buddy of mine recently left UK for a high-paying job in Singapore. Don’t get me wrong. He’s very excited about his new adventure on the other side of the earth, but he had a hard time deciding if he’s going to sell his house or let his house go into private renting while he’s away. If you’re in the same position, better drop everything that you’re doing and read on for the solution. Think Ahead! Overseas work is not always permanent. If the contract you signed would end in a matter of months or years, it’s better to be renting out your private home…
  • What To Expect When You’re Selling

    Henry Mccarthy
    27 Jan 2015 | 9:20 pm
    1) Secure an Energy Performance Certificate for your property Since January 9, 2013, all advertisements concerning real estate properties in the UK are required to show an Energy Performance Certificate or EPC rating. This new rule covers ads posted on newspapers, magazines, and even online. So what’s an EPC rating? An EPC is issued by an accredited energy assessor and it shows the rating of a property’s energy efficiency. Efficiency is measured from A to G, with A being the most efficient and G the least. There are pros and cons when you sell with or without the help of a real estate…
  • How To Start Out In Private Rented Sector

    Henry Mccarthy
    5 Jan 2015 | 9:46 pm
    If you are looking for an excellent business opportunity with the least amount of risks, look no further than private rental properties. Despite the current financial crisis the world is experiencing, the private rental property market still remains to be the safest place you can put your money. With a little property renting advice, you can earn a huge return on your investment over a short period of time. Here are simple tips and hints to help you start out: 1) Recognise That Being a Private Landlord Is Business Being a private landlord is very different from being a private homeowner, it…
  • Practical Tips When Purchasing Buy To Let Property For Students

    Henry Mccarthy
    16 Dec 2014 | 9:07 pm
    Demand for student housing is increasing and many investors are looking into the possibility of buying property and letting it to students. If you’re one of them, here are some things you may want to consider: Find Out What Universities The Students Are Flocking To This is, probably, the first thing you have to consider when purchasing buy to let property for students. Obviously, the smaller the student population, the lesser chances there are for your property to be occupied. You don’t want your property to be sitting empty for months or, worse, years, so you’ll have to find out the…
  • Important Factors to Consider Before Buying Rental Properties

    Henry Mccarthy
    7 Dec 2014 | 5:48 pm
    Purchasing a buy-to-let investment property is not a straightforward undertaking as acquiring your own home. Selecting the right property is among your most crucial tasks as an investor. A poor choice can compromise everything and attract long void periods or yield inadequate return on investment. However with the right decision, success is a guarantee in the buy-to-let market. There are a lot of factors that you need to put into consideration before you carry out anything. Here are a few factors to consider prior to purchase; Location There are many elements of location that you need to take…
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    Google LatLong

  • Zipline through the Amazon Forest with Street View

    Google Blogs
    1 Mar 2015 | 11:00 pm
    Home to millions of plant, animal and insect species, the Amazon rainforest is one of the most diverse ecosystems in the world. Undiscovered species thrive in the canopies of the primary forests, atop trees that have stood for centuries. Starting today, with the help of our partners at the Amazonas Sustainable Foundation (FAS), you can begin to unlock some of the wonders of the forest, by traveling from the upper canopy to the forest floor with Google Maps’ first zipline Street View collection.Trekker on a zipline in the Amazon RainforestHigh up in the canopy, you can see thick moss on the…
  • Greenlandic fjords and viking ruins await your discovery in Google Maps

    Google Blogs
    18 Feb 2015 | 12:01 am
    Your virtual viking ship is here to take you on a journey through Greenland with Street View in Google Maps. Thanks to our partners Visit Greenland and Asiaq, you can now explore immersive 360-degree imagery of the world’s largest island, which is sparsely populated yet chock full of glorious natural wonders and historical sites. Let us take you on a tour of fjords, waterfront vistas, Norse ruins and more.Floating by Ilulissat, you can see why the breathtaking Ilulissat icefjord is the country’s most popular tourist destination. Also an UNESCO World Heritage site, the stunning ice wall…
  • Goin’ to the chapel this Valentine’s weekend

    Lat Long
    12 Feb 2015 | 11:15 am
    Thanks to the ease and low cost of acquiring a marriage license, Las Vegas is considered the Marriage Capital of the World. For many, Vegas weddings are a chance to be spontaneous and embrace the unexpected. This Valentine’s Day, we hope you’ll say yes… and visit the chapels that make Las Vegas famous with Street View in Google Maps.From the regal Classico Chapel in Caesars Palace to the more simple Las Vegas Love Chapel, there’s a variety of places to say “I do.” You can take a seat at the locations of some of the world’s most remembered (for better or for worse) Vegas…
  • Today we turn 10!

    Lat Long
    8 Feb 2015 | 9:00 am
    For 10 years Google Maps has made it easier to navigate and explore your world. If you hopped in your DeLorean for a trip back to before 2005, you’d remember the days when we were all dependent on paper maps, print-outs, post-its and sometimes even a compass for directions! Getting from point A to B is something we do all day, every day—from finding the fastest way to get to work, to dropping the kids off on a carpool route, to meeting friends for drinks at a new spot—so it should be as easy as possible. That’s why we created Google Maps and why we’ve spent the last 10 years…
  • Google Earth Pro is now free

    Lat Long
    30 Jan 2015 | 10:31 am
    Over the last 10 years, businesses, scientists and hobbyists from all over the world have been using Google Earth Pro for everything from planning hikes to placing solar panels on rooftops. Google Earth Pro has all the easy-to-use features and detailed imagery of Google Earth, along with advanced tools that help you measure 3D buildings, print high-resolution images for presentations or reports, and record HD movies of your virtual flights around the world. Starting today, even more people will be able to access Google Earth Pro: we're making it available for free. To see what Earth Pro can…
 
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    Inside AdWords

  • AdWords app launches on Android

    Rob Newton
    4 Mar 2015 | 6:51 pm
    Staying on top of your campaigns just got easierToday, we’re introducing the AdWords app, an easy way to view and manage your ads’ performance when you’re on the go.  This new Android app is available globally for existing AdWords customers.Businesses, large and small, are increasingly using smartphones to manage everything from customer support to product orders to marketing. Now, you can use your smartphone to keep your AdWords campaigns running smoothly—no matter where your business takes you. As a companion to your desktop account, this app lets you:View campaign statsUpdate…
  • Best Practices: Re-engage Past Site Visitors with Programmatic Remarketing on Google Display

    Rob Newton
    4 Mar 2015 | 7:00 am
    Turn window shoppers into buyers. From the moment a person’s left your website or abandoned your shopping cart, programmatic remarketing works to re-engage those potential customers with tailored messages at the right moments and in the right context. Simply put, past visitors can be your most qualified prospects, making remarketing an essential tactic in your marketing efforts.We’ve put together a new best practices guide, “Remarketing Right on Cue,” to help you win those crucial moments when shoppers are most likely to purchase. Dive into the world of programmatic remarketing on…
  • Best Practices for Driving Calls with AdWords

    Rob Newton
    3 Mar 2015 | 7:59 am
    Online advertising can be about more than just your website, especially with on-the-go consumers. For many advertisers, calls are the most important channel to use when connecting with customers.If you’re looking to take full advantage of our recently introduced call-only campaigns or to drive calls alongside clicks, there are certain things that you should be thinking about.Our new Best Practices guide, Good Call: A Guide to Driving Calls with AdWords, covers key areas that any call-hungry business should consider.How to decide if you want to drive clicks & calls or calls onlyWhat are…
  • Charge up your phones with call-only campaigns

    Rob Newton
    20 Feb 2015 | 12:09 pm
    People are living their lives online and engaging with your business in new ways.  With smartphones in hand, consumers are increasingly looking for products or services while on the go and then placing a call right away. In fact, 70% of mobile searchers call a business directly from search results.*Today we’re introducing call-only campaigns, a new and easy way for businesses to reach potential customers by prominently showing your phone number, business description and call button -- right when people are searching.Uniquely built for businesses that value phone calls more than website…
  • Staying on top of AdWords numerous new features - and learning how to best use them

    Rob Newton
    18 Feb 2015 | 10:01 am
    Did you know that over 200 products and feature updates launched in AdWords last year? With so many updates, many advertisers have shared that it can be hard to keep track of all the changes. On top of that, advertisers are looking for guidance about how to use AdWords so that they can better manage their accounts. We're listening.Starting today, you will find two new resources in the Learn tab of the Help Center that we hope will keep you on top of all the new AdWords innovations and help you understand how they work. The first is a chronological list of product updates. This “New AdWords…
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    Google Operating System

  • Google Hides Country Redirection Bypass Link

    Alex Chitu
    4 Mar 2015 | 3:19 am
    Search Engine Land reports that Google made it more difficult for non-US users to switch from their local Google site to Google.com.Until now, you could switch to Google.com by clicking "use Google.com" at the bottom of the homepage. Google made a change and it now shows the "use Google.com" link only when you're redirected from Google.com to your country's Google site.This way, most people will no longer see the "use Google.com" link. One workaround is to visit Google.com to see the link. Another option is to go to www.google.com/ncr, the same URL that used to the displayed by Google. "NCR"…
  • Hide Google+ Circles in the New Google Contacts

    Alex Chitu
    4 Mar 2015 | 2:35 am
    If you're using the new Google Contacts UI, you probably noticed that Google shows both your contacts and the people from your Google+ circles in one place. The "all contacts" section now also shows Google+ contacts and there's no option to only show non-Google+ contacts.Fortunately, there's a way to hide the people from your Google+ circles. Google+ has a feature called "your circles" which lets you select which circles you share with. For example, you can add the "Friends" and "Family" circles and quickly share your posts with your favorite circles without having to select them all the…
  • Google Tests New Contacts Interface

    Alex Chitu
    3 Mar 2015 | 3:28 pm
    Google released a preview of the new Google Contacts interface. Powered by Material Design, the new Google Contacts improves some of the existing features: finding duplicates, Google Profile integration, while adding some new features: a list of recent messages, Hangouts sidebar, global search results from Google+. It also merges your contacts with your Google+ circles and no longer uses pagination."The new Google Contacts comes with a fresh look and feel, and conveniently pools together all your contacts, circles, and the people you talk to most in Gmail," informs Google. Starred contacts…
  • Google Docs Viewer Page, No Longer Available

    Alex Chitu
    28 Feb 2015 | 1:48 pm
    Google had a page that allowed you to quickly view documents online right from your browser. The Google Docs Viewer page was available at docs.google.com/viewer and drive.google.com/viewer. You could enter a document URL and Google generated a link to view it. This worked for a lot of file types: Microsoft Office files, PDFs, PostScript files and more.While the page is no longer available as it redirects to Google Docs/Drive, you can still use the Google Docs Viewer. Paste this URL in a new tab:https://docs.google.com/viewer?url=and then paste the address of the document you want to view…
  • 7-Day Week View in Google Calendar for Android

    Alex Chitu
    26 Feb 2015 | 7:01 am
    The latest update to the Google Calendar app for Android brings a lot of new features. You can see more events with the new 7-day week view and pinch-to-zoom, add Google Drive files to events, hide Google+ birthdays from the settings, show week numbers and import .ics files from other apps. The new version is gradually rolling out over the next few days.The feature that lets you hide Google+ birthdays will also be added to the web interface next week. All the other features are already available in the desktop site.
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    Google Directions

  • Google Maps Now Shows Gas Stations Along Your Route

    Richard
    23 Feb 2015 | 3:59 pm
    Google has been helping drivers find gas stations for a while now, however, it was until just a couple of days ago that Kevin McLaughlin announced through his Google+ account that Maps is now showing relevant gas stations to users along their routes. If you don’t understand what this means let me explain. In the […]
  • OpenStreetMap Now Offers A to B Directions (Routing)

    Richard
    17 Feb 2015 | 3:17 pm
    I’m sure you all remember the OSM Project, we’ve talked about it many times in the past, however, it’s been a while since we’ve heard news regarding this awesome, as well as free open-source mapping tool and community that’s always been considered one of the best alternatives to the other mapping services online. Well I […]
  • Learn How to Use Google Maps Offline Without an Internet Connection (WiFi)

    Richard
    12 Feb 2015 | 8:58 am
    Business Insider recently shared an awesome tip about a super useful Google Maps feature that I didn’t even know that existed that allows you to download and save Maps for offline use. This not-so-well known feature can be of great help for people traveling around the world and for those who don’t have mobile data […]
  • Google Maps is Now 10 Years Old – Happy Birthday!

    Richard
    9 Feb 2015 | 9:24 am
    Google Maps turns 10 today, amazing that it has just been a decade since we all started using and falling in love with Google’s mapping service, It really feels like they’ve been around for way more than 10 years, and to be honest with you, I can’t even remember how life was before Maps was […]
  • Google Earth Pro Goes Free

    Richard
    2 Feb 2015 | 1:44 pm
    Google Earth Pro is now available for free, the days when you had to pay $399 for a yearly subscription are long gone, you can get yourself a free key and download Earth Pro right now if you want to start enjoying all the great features that the app offers. “Google Earth Pro has all […]
 
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    Latest SEO News, New Tech Updates, Social Media, Google, Whatsapp, Mobile Apps, Affiliates!

  • Rise of WhatsApp on Your Computer!

    19 Feb 2015 | 10:34 am
    WhatsApp WebWOW! Enjoy WhatsApp on your Computer PC's!  - Share pictures, videos, text and type directly from your Desktop! .Connect your Whatsapp to your  PC NOW!WhatsApp is now accessible both on your phone and your computer. At this time, WhatsApp Web is available only for Android, Windows Phone 8.0 and 8.1, Nokia S60Nokia S40 Single SIM EVO, BlackBerry and BB10 smartphones.When you use WhatsApp on your computer and your phone, you are simply accessing the same account on these two devices.There are a few minimum requirements to enjoy…
  • ROBOTS.TXT - How to Block Pages, Directories?

    22 May 2014 | 2:00 am
    ROBOTS.TXT  RULES:Here are the ROBOTS.TXT commands which can be used by creating a notepad file and place these codes if you would like to block a page, file, directory or whole site.List of ROBOTS.TXT COMMANDSTo block the entire site, use a forward slash.Disallow: /To block a directory and everything in it, follow the directory name with a forward slash.Disallow: /junk-directory/To block a page, list the page.Disallow: /private_file.htmlTo remove a specific image from Google Images, add the following:User-agent: Googlebot-ImageDisallow: /images/dogs.jpg To remove all images on your site…
  • Latest SEO Updates December 2013

    16 Dec 2013 | 5:40 pm
    Some of the Latest Updates about SEO & Latest In formations1. Google is Tough on Repeat OffendersOne of the most fascinating and little-known areas of SEO news is Google penalties. When websites break Google’s webmaster guidelines with outdated tactics like buying links, they’re typically caught. Google’s head spam fighter, Matt Cutts, recently revealed in a Q & A session that it’s much harder to come back and rank well after a second or third penalty. In fact, his recommendation for websites who are trying to improve their SEO after past use of purchase links…
  • Latest Nokia Discount Offers | Nokia Lumia 520!

    2 Nov 2013 | 3:02 am
      Celebrate your Diwali with latest Nokia mobile phones at discounted prices NOKIA 520 DISCOUNT OFFERS 2013Are you interested in buying latest mobile phone systems for this Diwali season? Then, you can try for recent models of Nokia brand cell phones which come with advanced features. A wide range of mobile phones are available in the markets today that fulfill your requirements. Nokia mobile phones are also offered in different models at lower prices. However, you must know the complete details about them to choose the right one. Recently, Nokia has introduced some unique…
  • Latest Google Hummingbird Google Algorithm Updates 2013!

    10 Oct 2013 | 6:22 am
    New Algorithm Humming Bird in TECHNOLOGY!It is fact that internet search has become quite a common approach, these days, whether it is about finding information, logging complaint, and purchasing any product or service. Google, one of the best search engines, always prefer to facilitate the searchers, which is why it introduces different algorithm on time to time basis. Algorithm basically works for the searchers to help them in finding the pages, which have the searched keywords.  To facilitate online users more, Google has introduced its new algorithm, named Hummingbird, on its…
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    Google Today

  • New Google Campus (w/ Video)

    Wes
    27 Feb 2015 | 9:14 pm
    The New Google Campus If you haven’t seen the city in the film Logan’s Run, don’t worry you may soon see it in a redone version at the New Google Campus in Mountain View, California.  The 1976 film reflected the idealism of the time where buildings would meld into the local environment preserving it and working with it. If architects Thomas Heatherwick and Bjarke Ingels have their way, we may yet see it again. Working with the environment rather than forcing it to work with humanity is the model that appears to be the new standard offered by the two impressive individuals…
  • Google Helpouts Video Service Discontinued

    Wes
    15 Feb 2015 | 9:13 pm
    Google Helpouts Shutdown It’s yet another sad day that Google has decided to remove yet another service.  Google Helpouts is being shut down.  Starting on April 20th you will be able to access your Google Helpouts history, but by November 1st the service will be gone. Google Helpouts was a short lived service with the intent offer assistance from knowledgeable people to those who sought help.  The service began in 2013 with individuals whose skill could be transferred via a YouTube interface to give customers live support from anywhere in the world.   Those who had services to offer…
  • Google Security Check-Up Nets you 2 GB of Free Storage

    Wes
    10 Feb 2015 | 8:29 pm
    Get 2 GB of Free Storage with a Google Security Check-Up Google likes good security and they know that people like incentives.  So to encourage Google users to check their status, they’ve implemented the Google Security Check-up.  A completed check-up will net you 2 more gigabytes of storage in your account, raising the default from 15 to 17 GB. This process is pretty simple and will only take a few minutes of your time.  And when you’re done, you’ll get some more storage.  Below you’ll find a simple list of the things this check-up will deal with. Ensures your…
  • San Antonio Google Fiber

    Wes
    30 Jan 2015 | 10:50 pm
    San Antonio Google Fiber Could it be? Could we soon see San Antonio Google Fiber? It doesn’t seem like such a long shot, considering the relative closeness of Austin.  With a tall repeater and some decent long range transmitters, it might be possible to get a relay going on the outskirts of the two cities. There are always some unavoidable obstacles, but the one most important lies no with Google, but with the City of San Antonio. Google has some high demands in order to make the roll-out of fiber quick in any city.  That city must agree to make consolations in order to entice the…
  • Google Chrome Account Switcher

    Wes
    30 Jan 2015 | 10:31 pm
    Google Chrome Account Switcher Google Chrome Account Switcher is made for those who have more than one Google Account.  And it’s easy to have that considering how inexpensive a Free Google account can be.  But until recently, you’d have to run multiple browsers or a second account in a the incognito mode in order to gain access to it. Now with the new Chrome Account Switcher you can have as many accounts as you like.  Each instance of Google Chrome is separate from the next, so there is no interference between account instances.  If you were a mega power user with three…
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    9to5Google

  • Gmail for iOS updated w/ share sheet support, ability to archive & reply to email via notifications

    Chance Miller
    5 Mar 2015 | 9:25 am
    Google this morning has released a major update for Gmail on iOS. The update bumps the app to version 4.0 and packs a handful of new features. First off, Gmail on iOS now supports the ability to archive and reply to messages directly from a notification, a feature many have been requesting since iOS 8 launched. The update also adds the ability to attach documents from third-party apps via the share sheet directly to an email to make it easier to move files on the go. That feature works the opposite way too, meaning that you can open attachments that you receive in emails directly in another…
  • Softcard is shutting down March 31, Google Wallet to fill its shoes

    Stephen Hall
    5 Mar 2015 | 8:28 am
    Google announced a couple of weeks ago that it had acquired some technology and IP from Softcard, and today the company has taken to its website to announce that the service will be getting shuttered completely as of March 31st. This news comes after rumors started spreading that Google would be re-introducing its payments service at Google I/O under the name “Android Pay“. Google’s Chrome and Android lead Sundar Pichai confirmed the existence of such a service earlier this week at Mobile World Congress. The update, seen on Softcard’s website, reads: Important News! We…
  • Widespread Google service disruptions reported including Gmail, Hangouts, & Play Store (Updated)

    Chance Miller
    5 Mar 2015 | 8:27 am
    Update: Everything seems to be returning to normal as of 12:30 ET. According to a number of reports on Twitter, several Google services are having issues this morning. User tweets show that Hangouts, the Play Store, Gmail, Play Music, OAuth, and other services are having unusual performance issues. Some users are receiving authentication errors on their Android devices and unable to do anything that requires a Google log-in… The issues go far beyond native Google apps. Many third-party services that allow users to log-in via Google are reporting that users are unable to log-in.
  • Google now serving up cocktail recipes in Knowledge Graph

    Stephen Hall
    5 Mar 2015 | 7:25 am
    Google has been beefing up Knowledge Graph a lot lately, and now it appears that they’re adding yet another useful set of information to the top of your Google searches: cocktail recipes. Most recently, the Mountain View company added social links for brands, fact-checked health information, and even full song lyrics. As more information is being added to Knowledge Graph, users going to Google to search for information are needing to go past the search results much less often. This has been a problem particularly with the introduction of lyrics to the Graph, after which many sites that…
  • Android 5.0 Lollipop rolling out to Sprint’s Galaxy Note 4

    Chance Miller
    5 Mar 2015 | 7:04 am
    Sprint this morning has announced that it is rolling out Android 5.0 Lollipop to its Galaxy Note 4 variant. The update carries the build number N910PVPU1BOB7 and includes all of the Lollipop enhancements we’ve come to expect, as well as various bug fixes. Lollipop brings a more Material Design-based version of TouchWiz to the Galaxy Note 4. Users will also now be able to take advantage of a revamped notification drawer, support for lock screen notifications, and a new card-based multitasking interface. In addition to those Lollipop enhancements, Sprint also says this update includes…
 
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    playfuldroid.com

  • How to root Doogee DG750 in less than an hour

    Joe
    5 Mar 2015 | 5:56 am
    The Doogee DG750 is a mid-range Android smartphone released by Chinese manufacturer Doogee back in December last year. The Doogee DG750 rocks a 4.7″ qHD display powered by a 1.7GHz 8-cores chipset along with 1GB of RAM. Other key specs include a 8GB internal storage, microSD slot, 8MP rear camera, 5MP front-facing camera, 2,000mAh battery as well as Android 4.4 running out of the box. Like most other Android tablets, we can root Doogee DG750 rather easily as well. In the following tutorial, I will be guiding you guys on how to root Doogee DG750 using the Framaroot app. Disclaimer :…
  • How to root Alcatel Pop Icon in less than an hour

    Marc
    2 Mar 2015 | 4:18 am
    The Alcatel Pop Icon is a mid-range Android smartphone released by French manufacturer Alcatel back in September last year. The Alcatel Pop Icon rocks a decent 5″ qHD display powered by a 1.2GHz quad-core chipset along with 1GB of RAM. Other key specs which come along with the device include a 4GB internal storage, microSD slot, 5MP rear camera, 1MP front facing camera, 2,000mAh battery, Android 4.4.2 KitKat running out of the box. Like most other Android tablets, we can root Alcatel Pop Icon rather easily as well. In the following tutorial, I will be guiding you guys on how to…
  • How to root XOLO Q520S in less than an hour

    Joe
    26 Feb 2015 | 7:45 am
    The XOLO Q520S is a mid-range Android smartphone released by Indian manufacturer Xolo back in January this year. The XOLO Q520S rocks a decent 4″ display powered by a 1.3GHz quad-core chipset along with 512MB of RAM. Other key specs which come along with the device include a 4GB internal storage, micrSD slot, 5MP rear camera, 1MP front-facing camera, 1,820mAh battery as well as Android 4.4.2 KitKat running out of the box. Like most other Android smartphones, we can root XOLO Q520S rather easily using the vroot program. In the following tutorial, i will be guiding you guys on how to…
  • How to root ECOO E04 Aurora in less than an hour

    Joe
    22 Feb 2015 | 3:53 am
    The ECOO E04 Aurora is a mid-range Android smartphone released by Chinese manufacturer ECOO back in November last year. The ECOO E04 Aurora rocks a 5.5″ fHD display powered by a 1.7GHz 8-cores chipset along with 2GB of RAM. Other key specs which come along with the device include a 16GB internal storage, microSD slot, 16MP rear camera, 8MP front-facing camera, 3,000mAh battery as well as Android 4.4.4 KitKat running out of the box. Like most other Android tablets, we can root ECOO E04 Aurora rather easily as well. In the following tutorial, I will be guiding you guys on how to…
  • How to root Lenovo A858T in less than an hour

    Joe
    19 Feb 2015 | 8:43 am
    The Lenovo A858T is a mid-range Android smartphone released by Chinese manufacturer Lenovo back in November last year. The Lenovo A858T rocks a 5″ HD display powered by a 64-bit 1.5GHz quad-core chispet along with 1GB of RAM. Other key specs which come along with the device include a 8GB internal storage, microSD slot, 8MP rear camera, 5MP front-facing camera, 2,150mAh battery as well as Android 4.4 KitKat running out of the box. Like most other Android tablets, we can root Lenovo A858T rather easily as well. In the following tutorial, I will be guiding you guys on how to root Lenovo…
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    SenaTechno

  • How to Choose Software to Meet Your Needs

    Nurdin Budi M.
    1 Mar 2015 | 8:42 pm
    How to select the software to meet your needs - this time with the increasing demand and the amount of competition all are required to have a powerful tool and can be used as something that helps you in many ways.You can certainly find a variety of software available in the market. However, with the increasing number of software available in fact it may make you confused to select it.What should you do to find out the best and match you? Below are some tips for choosing the software to fit your needs at a price that is saving:1.FeaturesIn the market, there are several software available at…
  • Optimizing AdSense with The Large Size Picture

    Nurdin Budi M.
    28 Feb 2015 | 11:18 pm
    There are many ways to optimize revenue from Adsense. Some may use the quick way, but it certainly had a greater risk. If you do that, you should consider the impact that you will get it later.To get a good idea you need the user group, or link wheel. In addition, other matrix is also needed to support it. For example, how many times your page appear in some time and also how much of which is derived from the many visitors every time, it is to figure out whether you are using an effective manner or not.Once you have set up the user in a group, then make sure to convey this information…
  • Advertise on Facebook? What Should?

    Nurdin Budi M.
    27 Feb 2015 | 9:33 pm
    During this time you may see and plenty to read articles that say that advertising on Facebook is a great way to market your products online. It was true, but there is one thing you should know about the ad through Facebook.Facts about advertising on Facebook, we can first free ad on Facebook but the range is not too large, and secondly we can ad on Facebook with to pay amount of money to them, and it is guaranteed to expand your advertising reach. But that part of the problem is we have to pay some money in a certain time as long as we still want to remain in promoting advertisements by…
  • Tips for Choosing and Using Registry Cleaner

    Nurdin Budi M.
    27 Feb 2015 | 8:49 am
    Are you having problems with your PC? If you have to use a PC long enough, sooner or later you will run into problems. One of the most common PC problems to do with the registry.The registry is an integral part of your operating system. This is where your computer keeps a record of installed programs, open certain files, and other details. To put it simply, your registry is your computer's private secretary. Without your secretary, you will be confused as to which key locker that is or how to find the address of a particular customer.When your PC is having problems registry, your computer can…
  • Secrets to Get $ 100,000 from Google AdSense

    Nurdin Budi M.
    26 Feb 2015 | 10:02 am
    When we began to have health problems that make our work a real job, then the book should find a way to make money with ease. Although there are some many programs that can be done, then we can choose AdSense. Google has established a large company for many years, and we know whether there are people who would be a legitimate company to be able to pay us.Therefore, of course, we must find ways to build a website and make money on the internet. Perhaps we can imagine, is not easy to create a website for people who have never experienced. However, if we keep on trying to find a way, we can…
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    TechSpouse.com

  • ASUS Fonepad 7 and MeMOpad 8

    Chirag Kwatra
    4 Mar 2015 | 9:56 pm
    ASUS launched new Fonepad 7 and MeMOpad 8 available online. The ASUS Fonepad 7 – FE171CG and ASUS MeMO Pad 8 – ME581CL are available on Flipkart at Rs. 10,999 and Rs. 19,999 respectively. The ASUS Fonepad 7 and MeMOpad 8 power packed with the Intel core processor and 2GB RAM. Built for modern users, the devices bring to life seamless performance, condensed in an ultra slim and light body. Built on Android 4.4 KitKat, both devices come with ASUS Exclusive Zen UI. Peter Chang, Regional Head – South Asia & Country Manager – System Business Group – ASUS India…
  • Xolo Q600 Club available via Xolo website

    Chirag Kwatra
    4 Mar 2015 | 9:38 pm
    Xolo launches new Xolo Q600 Club smartphone, the device started to sell out via company’s official website Xolo at Rs. 6,499 in India. Xolo notes that the Q600 Club comes with special box speakers with DTS audio support, smart remote solution and Hot-Knot technology for sharing data. The Xolo Q600 Club is a dual-SIM (GSM+GSM) smartphone that runs Android 4.4.2 KitKat out-of-the-box. It features a 4.5-inch FWVGA (480×854 pixels) IPS display with a pixel density of 218ppi. The smartphone is powered by a 1.3GHz quad-core (MediaTek MTK6582M) processor coupled with 512MB of RAM and…
  • Intex Aqua Speed with 4.5 inch display, 2GB RAM available online

    Chirag Kwatra
    4 Mar 2015 | 2:25 am
    Intex Aqua Speed with 4.5 inch display, 2GB RAM available online. The mobile maker company Intex launches its new Aqua Speed flagship with awesome features and affordable price at Rs. Rs 7444, listed on e-Commerce website eBay. While that happens to be its official price, the said e-retail site is for some reason selling it at a lower cost of Rs 7299. Intex recently launched its budget smartphone in India with Intex Aqua N7, Intex Aqua Star 2, Intex Aqua Star L. Intex famous with its awesome looking, features and budget smartphone in market. The Intex Aqua Speed is a dual SIM device…
  • AOC launches smartphone and tablet in India

    Chirag Kwatra
    4 Mar 2015 | 2:07 am
    AOC launches smartphone and tablet in India. The Taiwan’s AOC PC and Laptops manufacturing company launches new LED and LCD displays with two 3G-enabled smartphones and a 3G calling tablet. Atul Jasra, Business Head, AOC India, said, “The Indian smart-device market is undergoing an exciting phase – with the customers preferring features and value for money over high-decibel-branded products. Being a company which believes in enchanting the consumers with high-quality yet affordable products; we are proud to expand our offerings to the smart-device segments.” The $12.2-billion…
  • Intex Aqua N7 with 4 inch display, Android KitKat available online

    Chirag Kwatra
    3 Mar 2015 | 7:20 am
    The mobile maker company Intex launched its Aqua N7 smartphone in India and goes on sale via e-Commerce website with affordable price at Rs. 3,990, online retails listed with MRP Rs. 4,434 of Intex Aqua N7. The Intex Aqua N7 features with 4-inch WVGA (480×800 pixels) IPS display and powered by a 1.2GHz quad-core Spreadtrum SC7731 processor coupled with 512MB of RAM, Android 4.4.2 KitKat-based Intex Aqua N7 comes with dual-SIM support. The handset includes 4GB of built-in storage that is expandable via microSD card (up to 32GB). It sports an 8-megapixel autofocus rear camera…
 
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