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  • Como a tecnologia irá tornar a vida das pessoas melhor?

    Google Discovery
    Renê Fraga
    19 Jul 2014 | 8:13 am
    A tecnologia tem sido uma ferramenta importante para o desenvolvimento humano e, talvez, o fator com o maior grau de evolução da nossa história. Com a capacidade de promover benefícios cada vez maiores, esta criação humana tem se mostrado mais abrangente ao salvar vidas ou, até mesmo, em levar o homem a lugares antes nunca imaginados. Esta variante do desenvolvimento moderno, tem ajudado países e populações a se desenvolverem em todos os cantos do mundo, auxiliando na fabricação de produtos de consumo, no desenvolvimento de novos meios de comunicação, além de conectar as…
  • Little Box Challenge opens for submissions

    The Official Google Blog
    Emily Wood
    22 Jul 2014 | 7:00 am
    These days, if you’re an engineer, inventor or just a tinkerer with a garage, you don’t have to look far for a juicy opportunity: there are cash prize challenges dedicated to landing on the moon, building a self-driving car, cleaning the oceans, or inventing an extra-clever robot. Today, together with the IEEE, we’re adding one more: shrinking a big box into a little box. Seriously.Of course, there’s more to it than that. Especially when the big box is a power inverter, a picnic cooler-sized device used to convert the energy that comes from solar, electric vehicles & wind (DC…
  • Testing robots.txt files made easier

    Google Webmaster Central Blog
    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,…
  • Manage your gift cards, request money and send money for free from your debit card with the Google Wallet app

    Google Commerce
    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…
  • Google Appoints Alan Mulally to its Board of Directors

    News announcements
    Emily Wood
    15 Jul 2014 | 1:01 pm
    MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA – JULY 15, 2014 — Google Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOG, GOOGL) today announced it has appointed Alan Mulally to its Board of Directors. A veteran corporate executive of the automotive and aviation industries, Mulally will serve on Google’s Audit Committee. His appointment was effective July 9, 2014.“Alan brings a wealth of proven business and technology leadership experience,” said Larry Page, CEO of Google. “I am so pleased that Alan is now joining Google’s board!”“I am honored to serve on the board of a global iconic company that is dedicated to enhancing our…
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    Google Discovery

  • Como a tecnologia irá tornar a vida das pessoas melhor?

    Renê Fraga
    19 Jul 2014 | 8:13 am
    A tecnologia tem sido uma ferramenta importante para o desenvolvimento humano e, talvez, o fator com o maior grau de evolução da nossa história. Com a capacidade de promover benefícios cada vez maiores, esta criação humana tem se mostrado mais abrangente ao salvar vidas ou, até mesmo, em levar o homem a lugares antes nunca imaginados. Esta variante do desenvolvimento moderno, tem ajudado países e populações a se desenvolverem em todos os cantos do mundo, auxiliando na fabricação de produtos de consumo, no desenvolvimento de novos meios de comunicação, além de conectar as…
  • FBI alerta que carros com auto-condução podem ajudar criminosos a fugir da polícia

    Renê Fraga
    17 Jul 2014 | 6:18 pm
    De acordo com um suposto relatório do FBI obtido pelo The Guardian, o departamento acredita que veículos autônomos poderiam se transformar em “armas letais”, mas não de uma maneira que você pode pensar. A agência do governo dos EUA teme que os carros de auto-condução poderia levar a bandidos “multitarefas”. O relatório monta um quadro de criminosos que poderiam tirar proveito da tecnologia numa perseguição para atirar nos policiais, já que estarão com suas mãos livres. Apesar desta análise negativa, o FBI também vê alguns dos possíveis benefícios dos…
  • Empresas agora podem adquirir imagens do Google Earth

    Renê Fraga
    17 Jul 2014 | 6:10 pm
    O Google anunciou que está abrindo sua coleção de imagens do Google Earth para empresas. Empresas e organizações não-governamentais terão agora a possibilidade de adquirir as imagens coletadas pelo Google e usá-las para o que eles precisam. Desde que foi lançado há 9 anos, o Google Earth construiu uma incrível coleção de imagens e o buscador parece ter bastante interesse em começar a lucrar com isso.
  • Carros do Google Street View monitoram vazamentos de metano nos EUA

    Renê Fraga
    17 Jul 2014 | 6:07 pm
    O site New Scientist relata que o Google está usando seus carros do Street View para detectar vazamentos de metano a partir de tubos corroídos, aterros e outras fontes. “Sensores amarrados ao topo dos carros mapearam centenas de vazamentos de metano nos arredores de Boston, Staten Island, Nova York e Indianapolis”, informa a publicação. “Vazamentos de metano são uma ameaça tripla:. Podem causar explosões, acelerar o crescimento do aquecimento global e desperdiçar dinheiro”. Três carros do Street View foram equipados com sensores capazes de detectar metano e…
  • Google lança Project Zero para encontrar brechas de segurança em software de terceiros

    Renê Fraga
    17 Jul 2014 | 6:02 pm
    O Google anunciou o Project Zero, uma equipe interna de especialistas em segurança que estarão encarregados de encontrar vulnerabilidades em softwares de terceiros – não para explorá-los, mas para alertar os desenvolvedores e evitar a próximo Heartbleed. O bug Heartbleed colocou toda a indústria de software todo em alerta. Google, Facebook , Microsoft e outros formaram uma fundação, no início deste ano, com o objetivo de trabalhar em projetos open-source populares para auditar e melhorar sua segurança. De acordo com o buscador, a ideia do Project Zero é melhorar a segurança…
 
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    The Official Google Blog

  • Little Box Challenge opens for submissions

    Emily Wood
    22 Jul 2014 | 7:00 am
    These days, if you’re an engineer, inventor or just a tinkerer with a garage, you don’t have to look far for a juicy opportunity: there are cash prize challenges dedicated to landing on the moon, building a self-driving car, cleaning the oceans, or inventing an extra-clever robot. Today, together with the IEEE, we’re adding one more: shrinking a big box into a little box. Seriously.Of course, there’s more to it than that. Especially when the big box is a power inverter, a picnic cooler-sized device used to convert the energy that comes from solar, electric vehicles & wind (DC…
  • Through the Google lens: search trends July 11-17

    Emily Wood
    18 Jul 2014 | 3:00 pm
    The World Cup is over and order has finally been restored to the universe. Now that football mania is behind us, searchers are getting the latest info about the world off the pitch. From Tesla announcing their cheapest car ever, the $35,000 Model 3 (OK, so “cheap” is relative) to the tragic events surrounding Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, read on to see what trended this week.Cutting the cord … but not reallyNetflix binge-watchers had a near-panic attack when rumors swirled that beloved show Orange is the New Black was getting the axe. But have no fear, friends—the show lives to see…
  • America's businesses are using the web to grow

    Emily Wood
    17 Jul 2014 | 9:07 am
    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 Island, off the coast of Washington State. Because of their…
  • From superheroes to the battle of the battles—the World Cup through search

    Emily Wood
    14 Jul 2014 | 6:24 pm
    Yesterday, Germany won their fourth world championship, and, over the course of the last month, the world watched them do it—in Brazil, in bars and living rooms around the world, on their phones and laptops and tablets. This World Cup was the most digital, most connected, and most searched global event we've seen to date. There were more than 2.1 billion tournament-related searches on Google, many of which we shared on our trends hub. Looking at the trends from each match, you’ll see some topics that you’d expect to catch the world’s attention, such as top players and…
  • Through the Google lens: search trends July 4-10

    Emily Wood
    11 Jul 2014 | 3:54 pm
    Though the World Cup continued to draw search attention, this week it had some company. So in addition to Neymar, people were searching for Lebron James (who's taking his talents back to Cleveland) and Roger Federer (who lost at Wimbledon after a tough match). And following the announcement of this year's Emmy Award nominations, people turned to search to learn more about the snubs and surprises, including Laverne Cox, the first openly transgender nominee. Here’s a look at some more top trends in search this week, from the Quidditch World Cup to the world’s highest-valued potato salad:A…
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    Google Webmaster Central Blog

  • 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…
  • Android app indexing is now open for everyone!

    Google Webmaster Central
    25 Jun 2014 | 12:30 pm
    Webmaster level: AllDo you have an Android app in addition to your website? You can now connect the two so that users searching from their smartphones and tablets can easily find and reach your app content. App deep links in search results help your users find your content more easily and re-engage with your app after they’ve installed it. As a site owner, you can show your users the right content at the right time — by connecting pages of your website to the relevant parts of your app you control when your users are directed to your app and when they go to your website. Hundreds of apps…
  • Making site moves easier

    Google Webmaster Central
    6 Jun 2014 | 2:13 am
    Webmaster level: intermediate-advancedFew topics confuse and scare webmasters more than site moves. To help you avoid surprises, we've created an in-depth guide on how to handle site moves in a Googlebot-friendly way. So what, exactly, is a site move and how do you go about moving a site correctly?Basics of site movesA site move is, broadly, one of two types of content migrations: Site moves without URL changes. Only the underlying infrastructure serving the website is changed without any visible changes to the URL structure. For example, you might move www.example.com to a different hosting…
 
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    Google Commerce

  • 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…
  • Let your shoppers speed through checkout on iOS apps with Google Wallet Instant Buy

    Commerce Blog
    11 Jun 2014 | 9:00 am
    Typing shipping and billing information on mobile devices can be a difficult experience, which is one of the reasons why 97% of mobile shoppers abandon their shopping carts. We introduced Google Wallet Instant Buy to make checkout on mobile sites and Android apps easier and help shoppers speed through the purchase process - often in as few as two clicks.Today we're bringing this same technology to iOS apps. iOS developers in the U.S. can now sign up to integrate the Instant Buy API and bring a fast and easy checkout experience across iOS, Android and web.Merchants and developers selling…
  • Google Shopping Express now available to Northern California shoppers with overnight service

    Commerce Blog
    3 Jun 2014 | 9:00 am
    Attention Northern California shoppers -- Need a quick birthday gift from Toys"R"Us but there isn’t one nearby?  Or heading out on a camping trip tomorrow and need some last-minute gear from REI?  Google Shopping Express is introducing convenient overnight delivery to shoppers throughout Northern California - from Fresno and Porterville in the south to Eureka and Crescent City in the north.  This new overnight service complements Google Shopping Express’ growing same-day offering which recently expanded from the San Francisco Bay Area to West Los Angeles and…
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    News announcements

  • Google Appoints Alan Mulally to its Board of Directors

    Emily Wood
    15 Jul 2014 | 1:01 pm
    MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA – JULY 15, 2014 — Google Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOG, GOOGL) today announced it has appointed Alan Mulally to its Board of Directors. A veteran corporate executive of the automotive and aviation industries, Mulally will serve on Google’s Audit Committee. His appointment was effective July 9, 2014.“Alan brings a wealth of proven business and technology leadership experience,” said Larry Page, CEO of Google. “I am so pleased that Alan is now joining Google’s board!”“I am honored to serve on the board of a global iconic company that is dedicated to enhancing our…
  • Google Launches Made with Code

    Emily Wood
    19 Jun 2014 | 5:00 am
    Girls Inc., Girl Scouts of the USA, National Center for Women & Information Technology, MIT Media Lab, TechCrunch, and Seventeen Join Efforts to Inspire Girls to CodeMOUNTAIN VIEW, CA – June 19, 2014 – Today, Google is joining with supporters, including Chelsea Clinton, Girls Inc., Girl Scouts of the USA, Mindy Kaling, MIT Media Lab, National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT), Seventeen and TechCrunch, to kick off Made with Code. The initiative will aim to inspire millions of girls to learn to code, and to help them see coding as a means to pursue their dream…
  • Google announces Calico, a new company focused on health and well-being

    Emily Wood
    18 Sep 2013 | 9:00 am
    MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA – September 18, 2013 – Google today announced Calico, a new company that will focus on health and well-being, in particular the challenge of aging and associated diseases. Arthur D. Levinson, Chairman and former CEO of Genentech and Chairman of Apple, will be Chief Executive Officer and a founding investor.Announcing this new investment, Larry Page, Google CEO said: “Illness and aging affect all our families. With some longer term, moonshot thinking around healthcare and biotechnology, I believe we can improve millions of lives. It’s impossible to imagine…
  • Publishers and Google Reach Agreement

    Emily Wood
    4 Oct 2012 | 7:00 am
    Mountain View, CA and Washington, DC; October 4, 2012 – The Association of American Publishers (AAP) and Google today announced a settlement agreement that will provide access to publishers’ in-copyright books and journals digitized by Google for its Google Library Project. The dismissal of the lawsuit will end seven years of litigation.The agreement settles a copyright infringement lawsuit filed against Google on October 19, 2005 by five AAP member publishers. As the settlement is between the parties to the litigation, the court is not required to approve its terms.The settlement…
  • Google Acquires Motorola Mobility

    Emily Wood
    22 May 2012 | 6:55 am
    MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA – May 22, 2012 – Google Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOG) announced today that the acquisition of Motorola Mobility Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: MMI) has closed, with Google acquiring MMI for $40.00 per share in cash.The acquisition will enable Google to supercharge the Android ecosystem and will enhance competition in mobile computing. Motorola Mobility will remain a licensee of Android and Android will remain open. Google will run Motorola Mobility as a separate business.Sanjay Jha, who revived Motorola’s Mobile Devices business and led the company through this acquisition, has stepped…
 
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    Google Developers Blog

  • 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…
  • Noto: A CJK Font That is Complete, Beautiful and Right for Your Language and Region

    Louis Gray
    15 Jul 2014 | 3:00 pm
    By Xiangye Xiao, Stuart Gill, and Jungshik Shin,Google Text and Font Team, Internationalization EngineeringChinese, Japanese and Korean (CJK) readers represent approximately one quarter of the world’s population. Google’s mission is to organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible to all users no matter what language they use. To that end, Google, in cooperation with our partner Adobe, has released a free, high-quality Pan-CJK font family: Noto Sans CJK. These fonts are intended to provide a richer and more beautiful reading experience to the East Asian community…
  • Design Sprints for Developers

    Gary Lewis
    10 Jul 2014 | 11:04 am
    By Nadya Direkova, Staff Designer and Design Evangelist at Google[x] At Google and throughout the industry, we all agree that two things matter: design and speed. But how can we do great design quickly? For our teams, one of our most important tools is the design sprint. While a typical product design process takes months or years, a design sprint compresses this into a week or less. The design sprint combines key design and research methods and focuses on a single challenge or multiple challenges in parallel. It brings all the stakeholders—designers, developers, product managers, and other…
  • Putting your Professional Group on the Map

    Louis Gray
    9 Jul 2014 | 9:30 am
    By Sarah Maddox, Google Developer Relations teamPeople love to know what's happening in their area of expertise around the world. What better way to show it, than on a map? Tech Comm on a Map puts technical communication tidbits onto an interactive map, together with the data and functionality provided by Google Maps.I'm a technical writer at Google. In this post I share a project that uses the new Data layer in the Google Maps JavaScript API, with a Google Sheets spreadsheet as a data source and a location search provided by Google Places Autocomplete.Although this project is about technical…
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    Official Google Australia Blog

  • 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…
  • Two Australians selected for the Google PhD Fellowship program

    Johnny Luu
    29 Jun 2014 | 8:54 pm
    The Google PhD Fellowship program supports PhD students in computer science and related fields, and is part of our commitment to building strong relationships with the global academic community. To date we’ve awarded 193 Fellowships in 72 universities across 17 countries.In our most recent round two Australians have been recognised for their efforts.Guosheng Lin, from the Australian Centre for Visual Technologies at the University of Adelaide, was awarded the Google Australia Fellowship in Machine Perception Research for his work in binary code learning with deep neural networks for image…
  • Look ahead: creator features coming to YouTube

    Johnny Luu
    26 Jun 2014 | 10:19 pm
    VidCon is the place where thousands of creators and fans come together every year to share their passion for YouTube and online video. We came to Anaheim today to offer them a sneak preview of new features and updates we’re releasing in the coming months. Here’s a look at the things we’ve been working on to help you make more your videos even more awesome, to reach global audiences and grow your businesses on YouTube.YouTube Creator Studio: Did you know that after Rebecca Black uploaded “Friday,” she went on a school trip, not knowing for several days the video was going viral? To…
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    Inside 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…
  • New ad sizes for Google AdSense

    John A.Smith
    3 Jun 2014 | 12:28 pm
    We've heard from both publishers and advertisers that new, larger ad formats provide a great canvas for rich creatives and perform well on many sites. Today, we’re pleased to share two new ad sizes - 970 x 250 Billboard and the 300 x 1050 Portrait - that will help you reach more advertisers while also enhancing user experience and engagement on your site.As with most of our ad sizes, both of these ad units can accommodate standard text ads in addition to image ads. Additionally, they can show similar-sized image ads when doing so will maximize the performance of your ad unit. In this case,…
 
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    News announcements

  • Google Appoints Alan Mulally to its Board of Directors

    Emily Wood
    15 Jul 2014 | 1:01 pm
    MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA – JULY 15, 2014 — Google Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOG, GOOGL) today announced it has appointed Alan Mulally to its Board of Directors. A veteran corporate executive of the automotive and aviation industries, Mulally will serve on Google’s Audit Committee. His appointment was effective July 9, 2014.“Alan brings a wealth of proven business and technology leadership experience,” said Larry Page, CEO of Google. “I am so pleased that Alan is now joining Google’s board!”“I am honored to serve on the board of a global iconic company that is dedicated to enhancing our…
  • Google Launches Made with Code

    Emily Wood
    19 Jun 2014 | 5:00 am
    Girls Inc., Girl Scouts of the USA, National Center for Women & Information Technology, MIT Media Lab, TechCrunch, and Seventeen Join Efforts to Inspire Girls to CodeMOUNTAIN VIEW, CA – June 19, 2014 – Today, Google is joining with supporters, including Chelsea Clinton, Girls Inc., Girl Scouts of the USA, Mindy Kaling, MIT Media Lab, National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT), Seventeen and TechCrunch, to kick off Made with Code. The initiative will aim to inspire millions of girls to learn to code, and to help them see coding as a means to pursue their dream…
  • Google announces Calico, a new company focused on health and well-being

    Emily Wood
    18 Sep 2013 | 9:00 am
    MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA – September 18, 2013 – Google today announced Calico, a new company that will focus on health and well-being, in particular the challenge of aging and associated diseases. Arthur D. Levinson, Chairman and former CEO of Genentech and Chairman of Apple, will be Chief Executive Officer and a founding investor.Announcing this new investment, Larry Page, Google CEO said: “Illness and aging affect all our families. With some longer term, moonshot thinking around healthcare and biotechnology, I believe we can improve millions of lives. It’s impossible to imagine…
  • Publishers and Google Reach Agreement

    Emily Wood
    4 Oct 2012 | 7:00 am
    Mountain View, CA and Washington, DC; October 4, 2012 – The Association of American Publishers (AAP) and Google today announced a settlement agreement that will provide access to publishers’ in-copyright books and journals digitized by Google for its Google Library Project. The dismissal of the lawsuit will end seven years of litigation.The agreement settles a copyright infringement lawsuit filed against Google on October 19, 2005 by five AAP member publishers. As the settlement is between the parties to the litigation, the court is not required to approve its terms.The settlement…
  • Google Acquires Motorola Mobility

    Emily Wood
    22 May 2012 | 6:55 am
    MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA – May 22, 2012 – Google Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOG) announced today that the acquisition of Motorola Mobility Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: MMI) has closed, with Google acquiring MMI for $40.00 per share in cash.The acquisition will enable Google to supercharge the Android ecosystem and will enhance competition in mobile computing. Motorola Mobility will remain a licensee of Android and Android will remain open. Google will run Motorola Mobility as a separate business.Sanjay Jha, who revived Motorola’s Mobile Devices business and led the company through this acquisition, has stepped…
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  • 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…
  • Commemorating D-Day’s 70th anniversary

    Google Public Policy Blog
    4 Jun 2014 | 7:30 am
    Posted by Sixtine Fabre, Associate Program Manager, Google Cultural InstituteOn June 6, 1944, the largest air, naval and military operation in history took place on the coast of Normandy. To commemorate the 70th anniversary of D-Day, we’ve partnered with a number of cultural institutions and veterans from the U.S., U.K. and France to help share the stories of the Normandy Landings through the Cultural Institute and a Google+ Hangout on Air today. Technology allows us to bring together information from around the world to showcase different perspectives on one moment in time. This is…
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  • Looking at nuclear disasters in Google Earth

    Mickey Mellen
    22 Jul 2014 | 3:32 am
    Sylvan Lane at Mashable recently posted an in-depth look at nuclear disasters over the years, and he made solid use of Google Earth and Google Maps to explain each event. Along with discussions of Chernobyl and Fukushima, Sylvan also took a look at Three Mile Island and Kyshtym. You can check out the full article for yourself over on Mashable. To highlight other nuclear facilities around the world, the folks at Google Sightseeing have put together a few “nuclear power megaposts” over the years. The first post covered nine reactors around the world, and the second post covered…
  • New Google Earth imagery – July 18, 2014

    Mickey Mellen
    21 Jul 2014 | 3:44 am
    It turns out that a few days ago while we were telling you about the new 3D imagery in London, Google had also pushed out quite a lot of fresh satellite imagery. Thanks to ‘munden’, ‘dario’ and ‘Wguayana’ for letting us know about it. Some of the updated areas include: Canada: Halifax China: Dinghai, Fangjia, Longtoujing, Nanyaowan, Caoluzhen Croatia: Karlovac, Zagreb Germany: Heidenheim India: Mumbai, New Delhi Lebanon: Beirut Moldova: Chisinau Russia: Putayatin, bukhta Krasheninnikova, Severomorsk, Polyarny, guba Zapadnaya Litsa, Monino, Sevastopol…
  • 45th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission

    Mickey Mellen
    18 Jul 2014 | 6:43 am
    This Sunday 45 years ago, July 20, 1969, Apollo 11 astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin became the first humans to set foot on the moon. One great way to experience the landing is by viewing this amazing Google Earth tour that Sean Askay put together a few years ago. As you can see in the tour, the landing that Armstrong made was remarkable. With very little fuel, he had to carefully maneuver the ship into a gentle landing. Paul van Dinther created a game to simulate the landing that he calls the Apollo 11 Moon Lander. The game is very fun, and quite challenging – here is a review…
  • London goes 3D

    Mickey Mellen
    18 Jul 2014 | 3:49 am
    Google has finally added 3D imagery to London, and it appears they’ve done a great job with it. As with other recent cities, it appears that their techniques for creating this imagery continue to improve and London seems to be the best-looking 3D city we’ve seen so far! In particular, streets are smoother than many others we’ve seen, and buildings tend to have fewer random artifacts sticking out of them. It’s imperfect, but improving very quickly. As I’ve mentioned before, I hope that Google eventually uses street view imagery to improve it further, but this is…
  • Google Begins Selling Their Own Imagery

    Frank Taylor
    16 Jul 2014 | 10:37 pm
    Part of the business model of Google Earth has always been that free access to seeing all of the imagery helped raise the visibility of the satellite and aerial photography businesses.  But, if a business wants to use this imagery, they are supposed to purchase the imagery from the provider mentioned at the bottom of the Google Earth screen (see Google’s geo-permissions guide). During the past 10 years of Google Earth and Maps development, Google has increasingly developed sources of their own imagery.  Everyone is familiar with their Street View imagery.   Google’s 3D cities…
 
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  • Advertising on your schedule with AdWords Express

    Rob Newton
    16 Jul 2014 | 8:01 am
    Small businesses know the importance of being online, but running that first ad can be overwhelming. Google introduced AdWords Express to help small businesses start advertising online easily, without the need for daily management. Fast-forward nearly three years to today, and businesses around the world are seeing success with AdWords Express.Nick Valle, owner of Nick’s Towing and Roadside Assistance, uses AdWords Express to run his business from the road. After a decade of driving an 18-wheeler and working part-time for a towing company, Nick decided to start his own small business. He…
  • Scale your Shopping campaigns with bulk uploads and AdWords Editor

    Rob Newton
    15 Jul 2014 | 8:08 am
    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,…
  • A simpler way to manage your business locations in AdWords

    Rob Newton
    14 Jul 2014 | 12:35 pm
    We’re excited to introduce upgraded location extensions, a better way to display your business locations in every ad by linking your Google My Business and AdWords accounts.Consumers increasingly look online for information such as driving directions, store hours, and products and services available at local businesses. Research shows that 50% of consumers visit a store within one day of searching for local information on their smartphones.As people are likely to visit a store based on what they see in online search, it’s important to capture every opportunity to showcase your locations.
  • Drive More App Installs and Engagement with New Ads on the AdMob Network

    Rob Newton
    25 Jun 2014 | 3:35 pm
    Earlier this year, we announced a number of AdWords enhancements to our app promotion offering as part of a broader effort to connect consumers to relevant content, both on websites and apps.  Starting today, advertisers will be able to access many of the offerings on the  AdMob network that we announced with more to come for search ads (beta info for app engagement) and YouTube in the coming months. We’ll share more details with you on this blog at that time. Reach people most likely to install your appA top priority for app developers is driving installs from people most likely…
  • More Insights about Quality Score and the AdWords Auction

    Rob Newton
    24 Jun 2014 | 9:04 am
    People are happier with their search results, including the ads, when those results are relevant.  Advertisers are more successful when they show relevant ads, as they’re more likely to see engagement.  It’s with this in mind that we factor the quality of your ads into our AdWords auction.Ad Rank and ad quality are important because they can impact position, price and extensions.Your Ad Rank is used in the auction to determine where your ads will show.  We have a new video that covers the AdWords auction and its many moving parts.  In it, you’ll learn:The key factors…
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  • More Secure Gmail Authentication

    Alex Chitu
    21 Jul 2014 | 1:47 am
    Google has a new settings page that lets you enable or disable access to less secure apps."Some devices and apps use insecure sign-in technology to access your data. Choosing Disable prevents these less secure devices and apps from accessing your Google Account. Choosing Enable increases your chances of unauthorized account access but allows you to continue using these less secure devices and apps."Many mail apps use insecure sign-in standards:* the Mail app for iOS 6 or below* the Mail app from Windows Phone 8.0 or earlier* some built-in Android mail apps not developed by Google* desktop…
  • Create Reminders in Google Search

    Alex Chitu
    18 Jul 2014 | 3:59 pm
    You don't have to use the mobile Google Search app to add reminders. Just search Google for add reminder or create reminder, enter a name, a date or a place. You can also enter specific queries like: add reminder to buy milk tomorrow or create reminder to buy sandwich when I am in Chicago. Just click "remind me on Google Now".You can create reminders for tasks, places to visit, events and more. You're notified of your reminders in Google Now, which works in Android, iOS (using the Google Search app) and Chrome for desktop.
  • Create Google Calendar Events in Google Search

    Alex Chitu
    18 Jul 2014 | 3:30 pm
    You can now create events from Google Search. Type create event, add event, new event, add meeting or schedule appointment and Google shows the details for a generic Meeting event that starts in a few minutes. You can add the event to your calendar or click the time to go to Google Calendar.A better idea is to enter something more specific: create event for Monday at 10am: write the report. This way, you can create the event directly from Google Search and you don't even have to open Google Calendar. It's similar to the "quick add" feature from Google Calendar, except that you need to add…
  • The New Google Alerts UI, Now Available

    Alex Chitu
    18 Jul 2014 | 2:47 pm
    As previously anticipated, Google Alerts has a new interface inspired by Material Design. For some reason, Google only shows the new UI when you are logged in, while displaying the old interface if you don't log in to a Google account.The new UI is a lot simpler and focuses on managing alerts and creating alerts with one click. The old Google Alerts homepage exposed a lot of advanced options, which are now hidden. There's a long list of alert suggestions: companies, people, countries, musical artists, industries, places, athletes, as well as your name and email address (the "me on the web"…
  • The New Google Drive for Desktop

    Alex Chitu
    18 Jul 2014 | 8:10 am
    I just got the new Google Drive desktop interface. Google shows a small box that asks you to try the new Drive. You need to go to the Settings drop-down and click "Experience the new Drive".Here's the welcome page with a small accessibility icon:The new interface has a lot in common with the new desktop home screens for Docs, Slides and Sheets. All of them use the new Material Design.Here's the contextual menu:When you click a file, it's selected and the info pane shows more information about the file. There are no more checkboxes: click to select, double click to open.There's an updated…
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    Google Today

  • Chromecast Site Gets More Awesome

    Wes
    21 Jul 2014 | 8:03 pm
    From the outset of the Chromecast the site that Google has put up was a bit lackluster (interpreted: Google likes basic, flat, simple, beta to begin with).  This has now changed and as the Chromecast site gets more apps, it begins to achieve what it might have been in the first place. Googel has added even more tabs and apps interaction capacity.  It’s not just a simple smattering of apps, oh no, there’s more now.  And so if you click on the “more” button you will get exactly that, more apps, more features. If you feel that the “more”-ness of the…
  • Sneak Peek at New Google Chrome OS, Athena

    Wes
    21 Jul 2014 | 2:52 am
     Chrome OS Athena Thanks to Google’s François Beaufort, we now have a slim glimpse of the future of Chrome OS, Athena.  Although this screenshot alone is not much to go on, the overall concept looks interesting.  This appears to be a first draft for the team, so it will likely look a great deal more clean when it finally arrives. From the image above, it appears that Google is planning a new style to change and stack tabs.  Outside of this and François’ post we have little to go on.  The discovery of the new version came from code hackers searching for intrigue.
  • Google Chrome New Incognito Mode

    Wes
    18 Jul 2014 | 8:54 pm
     New Incognito Mode Google doesn’t appear to care what you do with the new incognito mode, but they do care enough to offer some level of privacy.  This most recent update brings a clearer idea of what they mean by “incognito”. The clearer idea makes it clear that although Google may not be able to see what you are doing, your employer can still see.  Incognito mode merely does not keep a copy of what you’re doing.  As noted above your history, cookies, and tabs will not be kept, but bookmarks and downloads will be. Although if you have nothing to hide or no reason…
  • Google Mobile Search warns of Adobe Flash

    Wes
    18 Jul 2014 | 3:00 am
    While iOS has never supported Adobe Flash, Google’s Android phones were hailed as at least one mobile OS that would.  But now that Adobe has depreciated it’s Flash web software and Google has ceased incorporating it, warning abound. You can still get Flash to work on older versions of Android, but as Adobe has stopped supporting its own software, websites have slowly begun to move away from it.  However, newer versions of Android do now support Flash and of course all iOS devices do not as well.  So you you are searching via Google Mobile, you will now be warned of the…
  • Bitcoin price conversions via Google

    Wes
    17 Jul 2014 | 2:22 am
      Don’t go selling your bitcoin just yet, unless you bought at $0.02 per coin.  However, if you need to know the conversion rate from Bitcoin to USD or any other world currency, Google’s got your back. Via Coinbase, Google is now able to offer live value comparisons that include the infamous internet currency.  Apparently, Microsoft has recently set up a similar comparison on Bing, that would have competed directly with Google. It is now possible to track the value of your BTC down to the thousandth. And conveniently enough, gives the world access to a method for finding…
 
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    9to5Google

  • OnePlus One review: A true flagship killer that’s second to none (Video)

    Dom Esposito
    22 Jul 2014 | 9:38 am
    There’s nothing worse than wanting something you can’t have. Unfortunately, that happens to be the case for the best Android smartphone on the market. Of course, “best” is completely subjective, but there are a lot of factors that make the OnePlus One my go-to Android smartphone and 2014’s “flagship killer.” It may not have everything for everyone, but it has everything I need and all for half the price of the current competition. When the OnePlus One was introduced, it dropped jaws within the Android community. It’s powered by the latest and…
  • Liberio launches new Google Drive-based eBook publishing platform

    Mark Hearn
    22 Jul 2014 | 9:30 am
    Liberio, an online eBook publishing platform the based on Google Drive went from beta to official today. Designed to connect to Drive, this new tool lets you import just about any text-based document and convert it into an eBook that is compliant with industry standards, making it compatible with most major online stores like Amazon, Google Play Books or the iBooks Store. Like most modern software, Liberio features social media integration that lets authors share their books directly on Facebook, Twitter and Google+. To get started, head on over to the Liberio’s launch page, log in to…
  • ‘Amazon Wallet’ app quietly launches in beta, digitalizes your gift and loyatly cards

    Stephen Hall
    22 Jul 2014 | 8:12 am
    Amazon has launched its first entry into the mobile wallet space with a new app called “Amazon Wallet,” now available in beta on the Amazon Appstore and the Play Store (via TechCrunch). Sadly, the app is oddly incapable in its current state, and doesn’t quite live up to the promise of being a true competitor to PayPal and Google Wallet — it can’t currently store credit cards or debit cards and is mostly geared at storing your gift cards and loyalty cards. Essentially, this app lets your scan and save the countless loyalty, membership, and gift cards sitting in…
  • Google Views updated with +1 and comment support

    Mark Hearn
    22 Jul 2014 | 8:03 am
    Google recently updated its Views platform with comments and +1 support. This lets people reach out to photographers about their photo spheres and opens up conversations for subjects like technique and travel. Packed with awesome images, some of the community produced photo spheres have already racked up millions of views, according to Google Maps product manager, Evan Rapoport. Whether you’re just saying “nice picture” or having a full-blown conversation, these new features will likely breathe new life into images that people have most likely forgotten. Lastly, the ability…
  • Google opens applications for its $1,000,000 ‘Little Box Challenge’

    Stephen Hall
    22 Jul 2014 | 7:34 am
    Google announced the Little Box Challenge earlier this year, and in the name of progress, the company plans to give away $1,000,000 to a team of people capable of shrinking the power inverter to the size of a tablet. Today, Google officially launched the contest and detailed what it’s going to take to grab that million dollars — and is now taking applications for teams to get on board. To get more information on the contest, including competition dates, technical and registration details, FAQs, and a quick form to put your team’s name in the running, head over to the Little…
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  • Another screenshot of the upcoming Huawei Emotion 3.0 has been leaked

    Marc
    22 Jul 2014 | 8:55 am
    Here’s another sneak preview of the upcoming Huawei’s Emotion 3.0 UI which will be announced in September. The leaked screenshot apparently show up its new clock widget which can be implemented on your Huawei’s handset. This time round, the Chinese company is ready to ditch the typical rectangular clock widget which you see on every Huawei smartphone – and is prepping to give it a slightly more unique clock widget to decorate your home screen. According to the tipster, this screenshot was actually taken on a Huawei Ascend P7 which has onscreen navigational buttons as…
  • Is this the unannounced Sony Xperia Z3X?

    Marc
    21 Jul 2014 | 9:33 pm
    Even though the Xperia Z3 has yet to be announced, it seems like Sony is already prepping its successor dubbed as the Xperia Z3X. This device has a slightly different design as the other Xperia smartphones as it seems slightly thinner but yet longer this time round. Somehow it looks a bit like the upcoming iPhone 6 to me. According to rumors, this device will be sporting a 6.14-inch Trimester El OLED display powered by the upcoming Snapdragon 810 64-bit processor clocked at 2.86GHz along with a massive 4GB RAM. Besides that, you can also expect to find yourself a 22MP Exmors-RS camera at the…
  • 4G version of the Nokia XL will soon be available?

    Joe
    21 Jul 2014 | 7:20 am
    Looks familiar? Of course it does! The device above is none other than the Nokia XL which was announced back in February this year and now, it has been spotted at China’s FCC equivalent once again. Initially, the Nokia XL only supports up to 3G network but the version you see above will apparently support 4G LTE network as seen by the logo on the top right corner. Since there is a ChinaMobile logo at the back of the device, it’s quite obvious that this model will be exclusively available to the carrier. According to the tipster, this device will come with the model number RM-1061…
  • Upcoming Huawei Hol-T00 handset has been spotted at China's FCC equivalent

    Joe
    21 Jul 2014 | 4:28 am
    After launching their latest Ascend P7 flagship, it seems like Huawei is now prepping to infiltrate the lower end market with their upcoming Huawei Hol-T00 handset. This device has already been spotted at China’s equivalent FCC hinting an imminent announcement. According to its accompanying spec sheet, this device will sport a 5-inches HD display powered by a 1.3GHz MT6582 chipset with 1GB of RAM. I’m not sure whether it was an error or not but the leaked document apparently showed that the Huawei Hol-T00 will be equipped with a depressing 2MP rear camera. The device will be…
  • How to root Goophone S5 Lite using the vroot program

    Joe
    20 Jul 2014 | 7:40 am
    The Goophone S5 Lite is a 5.1-inch Android smartphone released by Chinese manufacturer Goophone earlier this year. From the look of it, you should know that the device is an exact replica of the Galaxy S5 flagship – but with a least impressive spec sheet. Since the Goophone S5 Lite comes with an unlocked bootloader, its rather easy to have it rooted if you want to do so. In the following tutorial, I will be guiding you guys on how to root Goophone S5 Lite using a one-click-root program called vroot. If you’re interested, then read on to find out how to root Goophone S5 Lite!
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  • Commonwealth Games 2014 Glasgow Green Hockey Centre Images

    Google Images
    22 Jul 2014 | 7:56 am
    Commonwealth Games 2014 Glasgow Green Hockey Centre Images – Google Images Provides Wide Range of Commonwealth Games 2014 Green Hockey Centre Images, Pictures, Photos, HD Wallpapers in High Definition with High Resolution. We select a list of Best 2014 Glasgow Green Hockey Centre Pictures. Download Free 2014 Glasgow Green Hockey Centre HD Wallpapers for Your PC, Desktop, Computer, Laptop, Notebook, Windows Vista, […]
  • Commonwealth Games 2014 Scotstoun Stadium Glasgow Images

    Google Images
    22 Jul 2014 | 7:53 am
    Commonwealth Games 2014 Scotstoun Stadium Glasgow Images – Google Images Provides Wide Range of Commonwealth Games 2014 Scotstoun Stadium Images, Pictures, Photos, HD Wallpapers in High Definition with High Resolution. We select a list of Best Commonwealth Games 2014 Scotstoun Stadium Glasgow Pictures. Download Free Commonwealth Games 2014 Scotstoun Stadium Glasgow HD Wallpapers for Your PC, Desktop, Computer, Laptop, Notebook, Windows […]
  • Royal Commonwealth Pool Glasgow Commonwealth Games 2014

    Google Images
    22 Jul 2014 | 7:50 am
    Royal Commonwealth Pool Glasgow Commonwealth Games 2014 - Google Images Provides Wide Range of Royal Commonwealth Pool Images, Pictures, Photos, HD Wallpapers in High Definition with High Resolution. We select a list of Best Royal Commonwealth Pool Glasgow Pictures. Download Free Royal Commonwealth Pool Glasgow HD Wallpapers for Your PC, Desktop, Computer, Laptop, Notebook, Windows Vista, Windows 7, 8, Apple, Mac OS, […]
  • Commonwealth Games Ibrox Stadium Glasgow 2014 Images | Pics

    Google Images
    18 Jul 2014 | 11:38 pm
    Commonwealth Games Ibrox Stadium Glasgow 2014 Images | Pics - Google Images Provides Wide Range of Ibrox Stadium Glasgow 2014 Images, Pictures, Photos, HD Wallpapers in High Definition with High Resolution. We select a list of Best Ibrox Stadium Glasgow 2014 Pictures. Download Free Ibrox Stadium Glasgow 2014 HD Wallpapers for Your PC, Desktop, Computer, Laptop, Notebook, Windows Vista, Windows 7, 8, Apple, […]
  • Hampden Park Glasgow Commonwealth Games 2014 HD Wallpapers

    Google Images
    18 Jul 2014 | 11:33 pm
    Hampden Park Glasgow Commonwealth Games 2014 HD Wallpapers - Google Images Provides Wide Range of Hampden Park Glasgow 2014 Images, Pictures, Photos, HD Wallpapers in High Definition with High Resolution. We select a list of Best Hampden Park Glasgow Commonwealth Games 2014 Pictures. Download Free Hampden Park Glasgow Commonwealth Games 2014 Wallpapers for Your PC, Desktop, Computer, Laptop, Notebook, Windows Vista, Windows 7, […]
 
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