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  • Introducing the new Webmaster Academy

    Google Webmaster Central Blog
    Google Webmaster Central
    18 Mar 2014 | 11:51 am
    Webmaster level: BeginnerOur Webmaster Academy is now available with new and targeted content!Two years ago, Webmaster Academy launched to teach new and beginner webmasters how to make great websites. In addition to adding new content, we've now expanded and improved information on three important topics:Making a great site that’s valuable to your audience (Module 1)Learning how Google sees and understands your site (Module 2)Communicating with Google about your site (Module 3)If you often find yourself overwhelmed by the depth or breadth of our resources, Webmaster Academy will help you…
  • Through the Google lens: this week’s search trends

    The Official Google Blog
    Emily Wood
    18 Apr 2014 | 3:23 pm
    What did you search for this week? What about everyone else? Starting today, we’ll be sharing a regular look back at some of the top trending items on Google Search. Let’s dive in.From afikomen to 1040EZPeople were looking for information on Palm Sunday and Good Friday ahead of Easter; searches for both days were even higher than searches for the Pope himself. Turning to another religious tradition, with Passover beginning on Monday we saw searches rise over 100 percent for Seder staples like [charoset recipe], [brisket passover] and of course [matzo balls]. Alongside these celebrations,…
  • Next Tuesday is your chance to step inside AdWords

    Inside AdWords
    Rob Newton
    15 Apr 2014 | 10:10 am
    Next Tuesday, April 22nd at 9am PT and 12pm ET, we invite you to step inside AdWords as we share our next generation of advertising innovations with you, live, right here on the Inside AdWords blog. As part of this global livestream, we will announce 10+ new AdWords products, features, and research studies that we have worked hard to develop over the past year. We built these innovations with you in mind, using customer feedback to inform our product development decisions. Register for the livestream here.As we met with advertisers, both large and small, and conducted consumer research, we…
  • 20(14) Publisher Stories: Google AdSense helps IoLeggol'Etichetta help consumers

    Inside AdSense
    John A.Smith
    7 Apr 2014 | 8:59 am
    As part of our ‘20(14) publisher stories’ blog series, every Monday we’ll introduce you to a publisher and share their success story. Read on to meet this week’s featured publisher, and feel free to share your own success story with us.Raffaele Brogna is the creator of Ioleggoletichetta.it. Meaning ‘I read the label’ in english, the site is dedicated to consumer awareness and protection offering advice on how to get the right information from product labels and tips on saving money when shopping. As a social crowdsourcing project, the site has a large community following who…
  • Google testa Project Tango em ambiente de gravidade zero

    Google Discovery
    Renê Fraga
    18 Apr 2014 | 12:15 pm
    O Google anunciou, durante esta semana, uma parceria com a NASA para testar como sensores de ambiente 3D do Project Tango funcionam no espaço. A empresa não revela os resultados do experimento mas um vídeo, publicado no YouTube, montra que o Project Tango foi capaz de rastrear e registrar de dados, enquanto flutuava. “O programa tem como objetivo desenvolver plataformas autônomas de gravidade zero em formato de ESFERAS que poderiam atuar como assistentes robóticos para astronautas ou executar atividades de manutenção. As capacidades de rastreamento e mapeamento 3D do Project…
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    Google Discovery

  • Google testa Project Tango em ambiente de gravidade zero

    Renê Fraga
    18 Apr 2014 | 12:15 pm
    O Google anunciou, durante esta semana, uma parceria com a NASA para testar como sensores de ambiente 3D do Project Tango funcionam no espaço. A empresa não revela os resultados do experimento mas um vídeo, publicado no YouTube, montra que o Project Tango foi capaz de rastrear e registrar de dados, enquanto flutuava. “O programa tem como objetivo desenvolver plataformas autônomas de gravidade zero em formato de ESFERAS que poderiam atuar como assistentes robóticos para astronautas ou executar atividades de manutenção. As capacidades de rastreamento e mapeamento 3D do Project…
  • Google pode lançar smartphone Nexus de baixo custo

    Renê Fraga
    18 Apr 2014 | 11:24 am
    De acordo com o site chinês MTKSJ.com, o Google estaria trabalhando com a fabricante de chips MediaTek em um dispositivo Nexus de US$ 100. Com o sucesso monstruoso do Moto G, o buscador teria planos de criar um concorrente direto para a Motorola e estimular a inovação nesta faixa de preço. Esta seria a primeira vez que a linha Nexus deixaria de receber um dispositivo com especificações high-end, mas um aparelho de US$ 100 poderia ampliar participação do Google no mercado móvel. Moto G é hoje o smartphone mais vendido na história da Motorola. Em janeiro de 2014, a Lenovo adquiriu a…
  • Jogo oficial de O Espetacular Homem-Aranha 2 chega ao Android

    Renê Fraga
    18 Apr 2014 | 11:11 am
    A Gameloft anunciou que o jogo oficial de O Espetacular Homem-Aranha 2 já está disponível no Brasil para Android! O jogo é premium (pago) e custa R$11,10. “Nova York está sob a ameaça de uma guerra de gangues espalhada pela cidade e somente o Homem-Aranha pode dar fim nisso! No seu caminho estão Electro e outros vilões nefastos. Conseguirá o Homem-Aranha restaurar a ordem e segurança na Grande Maçã?!”, menciona o jogo no Google Play. Disponível no Google Play, o game requer Android 4.0 ou superior e 1,2 GB de armazenamento.
  • Yahoo! atualiza Flickr para Android

    Renê Fraga
    18 Apr 2014 | 11:05 am
    O Yahoo! anunciou a introdução de um novo e redesenhado aplicativo do Flickr para Android que chega para competir mais próximo com o Instagram, do Facebook. “Bem-vindo ao Flickr 3.0! Redesenhamos completamente o aplicativo para torná-lo simples, bonito e mais fácil de usar”, menciona a empresa no Google Play. “Capture tudo: Tire fotos e grave vídeos incríveis. Tornamos mais fácil para você”. Além disso, o Flickr agora oferece um sistema backup integrado (1TB de armazenamento) para fotos, além de novos filtros e ferramentas de edições para imagens.
  • Conheça o Quickstep, o testador de trackpad do Google

    Renê Fraga
    18 Apr 2014 | 9:07 am
    Em notebooks, o funcionamento do trackpad pode prejudicar a experiência do produto e o Google parece bem consciente em evitar quaisquer problemas neste aspecto. Para melhorar experiência do usuário, a equipe do Chrome OS construiu o “Quickstep”, uma máquina USB que usa um laser para medir a latência do trackpad em Chromebooks. Sempre que o feixe do laser é “quebrado” com o dedo, o Quickstep calcula o atraso entre o trackpad e a entrada dos dados.
 
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    The Official Google Blog

  • Through the Google lens: this week’s search trends

    Emily Wood
    18 Apr 2014 | 3:23 pm
    What did you search for this week? What about everyone else? Starting today, we’ll be sharing a regular look back at some of the top trending items on Google Search. Let’s dive in.From afikomen to 1040EZPeople were looking for information on Palm Sunday and Good Friday ahead of Easter; searches for both days were even higher than searches for the Pope himself. Turning to another religious tradition, with Passover beginning on Monday we saw searches rise over 100 percent for Seder staples like [charoset recipe], [brisket passover] and of course [matzo balls]. Alongside these celebrations,…
  • Providing more CS professional development for K-12 teachers with an expanded CS4HS

    Emily Wood
    17 Apr 2014 | 11:00 am
    For more than five years, we’ve provided free and inexpensive teacher professional development trainings in computer science education through Computer Science for High School (CS4HS). In this program, Google provides funding and support for experts to create hands-on professional development training in CS education for K-12 educators. The goal is to arm teachers with the knowledge they need to help their students succeed in the field. The program has already trained more than 12,000 teachers, and reached more than 600,000 students—and we’ve gotten great feedback over the years (a 95%…
  • From Lake Tanganyika to Google Earth: Using tech to help our communities

    Emily Wood
    3 Apr 2014 | 6:00 am
    Today we're joined by Dr. Jane Goodall, primatologist and founder of the Jane Goodall Institute and Roots & Shoots program. In this post, Dr. Goodall shares her thoughts on how today’s technology can enable more people around the world to make a difference in their communities. Join Dr. Goodall for a celebratory Birthday Hangout on Air today at 11 a.m. PDT/2 p.m. EDT. -Ed.When I first set foot on the shores of Lake Tanganyika in 1960 to study chimpanzee behavior, I carried with me notebooks, pencils and a pair of second-hand binoculars. I was, at the time, a young woman with no…
  • Introducing Auto Awesome Photobombs with David Hasselhoff

    Emily Wood
    31 Mar 2014 | 7:50 pm
    Google+ Auto Awesome is all about fun surprises that bring your photos to life. And whether it’s Benedict Cumberbatch at the Oscars or Michelle Obama at the White House, a celebrity photobomb is the ultimate surprise, turning an ordinary photo into something extraordinary. Now with Auto Awesome Photobombs, you too can get a celebrity photobomb—no red carpet required. We’re starting with surprise appearances by +David Hasselhoff, everyone’s favorite crime-fighting rockstar lifeguard.Watch your step! The Hoff joins these adventurous hikers at Machu PicchuThe Hoff rides the waves in Big…
  • Transparency Report: Requests for user information up 120 percent over four years

    Emily Wood
    27 Mar 2014 | 8:00 am
    While we’ve always known how important transparency is when it comes to government requests, the events of the past year have underscored just how urgent the issue is. From being the first company to disclose information about National Security Letters to fighting for the ability to publish more about FISA requests, we’ve continually advocated for your right to know. Today, we’re updating our Transparency Report for the ninth time. This updated Report details the number of government requests we received for user information in criminal investigations during the second half of 2013.
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    Google Webmaster Central Blog

  • Surfacing your business's contact and local info in Google

    Pierre Far
    8 Apr 2014 | 1:29 am
    Webmaster level: All Every day, searchers use Google to find information about businesses. Common queries include finding the phone number for customer service, the location of a business, and opening hours. This information is typically found in a business's location page or a "contact us" section of a company's website. When Google correctly identifies these pages and is able to extract the relevant information from them, it is more likely to surface that information to searchers looking for the business. Today we would like to share our recommendations for helping Google identify…
  • App Indexing updates

    Google Webmaster Central
    3 Apr 2014 | 2:41 pm
    Webmaster Level: AdvancedIn October, we announced guidelines for App Indexing for deep linking directly from Google Search results to your Android app. Thanks to all of you that have expressed interest. We’ve just enabled 20+ additional applications that users will soon see app deep links for in Search Results, and starting today we’re making app deep links to English content available globally. We’re continuing to onboard more publishers in all languages. If you haven’t added deep link support to your Android app or specified these links on your website or in your Sitemaps, please do…
  • More Precise Index Status Data for Your Site Variations

    Google Webmaster Central
    31 Mar 2014 | 7:02 am
    Webmaster Level: IntermediateThe Google Webmaster Tools Index Status feature reports how many pages on your site are indexed by Google. In the past, we didn’t show index status data for HTTPS websites independently, but rather we included everything in the HTTP site’s report. In the last months, we’ve heard from you that you’d like to use Webmaster Tools to track your indexed URLs for sections of your website, including the parts that use HTTPS.We’ve seen that nearly 10% of all URLs already use a secure connection to transfer data via HTTPS, and we hope to see more webmasters move…
  • Introducing the new Webmaster Academy

    Google Webmaster Central
    18 Mar 2014 | 11:51 am
    Webmaster level: BeginnerOur Webmaster Academy is now available with new and targeted content!Two years ago, Webmaster Academy launched to teach new and beginner webmasters how to make great websites. In addition to adding new content, we've now expanded and improved information on three important topics:Making a great site that’s valuable to your audience (Module 1)Learning how Google sees and understands your site (Module 2)Communicating with Google about your site (Module 3)If you often find yourself overwhelmed by the depth or breadth of our resources, Webmaster Academy will help you…
  • App Engine IP Range Change Notice

    Google Webmaster Central
    18 Mar 2014 | 2:35 am
    Google uses a wide range of IP addresses for its different services, and the addresses may change without notification. Google App Engine is a Platform as a Service offering which hosts a wide variety of 3rd party applications. This post announces changes in the IP address range and headers used by the Google App Engine URLFetch (outbound HTTP) and outbound sockets APIs. While we recommend that App Engine IP ranges not be used to filter inbound requests, we are aware that some services have created filters that rely on specific addresses. Google App Engine will be changing its IP range…
 
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    Google Commerce

  • What's next for Shopping campaigns and retailers

    Commerce Blog
    2 Apr 2014 | 1:23 pm
    In February, we made Shopping campaigns available to all Product Listing Ad (PLA) advertisers and, in March, we released AdWords API support to help you manage your campaigns at scale. Shopping campaigns offer the ability to browse your inventory directly in AdWords, report on your performance down to the product-level, and bid competitively with new metrics like benchmark data and impression share. We’ve received great feedback from you so far and are excited to share what’s next:Size your opportunity with Bid Simulator - To provide more actionable insight into your PLAs,…
  • Automatically keep track of your online purchases right in the Google Wallet app

    Commerce Blog
    12 Mar 2014 | 11:02 am
    Want to spend less time worrying about your online purchases? With Orders, a new feature in the latest version of the Google Wallet app for both Android (v. 4.0+, US only) and iOS (v. 6.0+, US only),  you can automatically track your online orders. Google Wallet also notifies you about the status of your orders, plus shows your past orders all in one place.How it works Once you activate Orders in Google Wallet, you’ll be able to see any receipts sent to your Gmail right in the Google Wallet app. We’ve also worked with primary package carriers in the US so that when your order…
  • A better e-commerce experience: Channel Intelligence and DoubleClick Search team up for enhanced feed management, optimization

    Commerce Blog
    24 Feb 2014 | 10:56 am
    In an earlier blog post, we highlighted how shoppers exposed to a brand’s Product Listing Ads (PLA) and text ads are more likely to engage with that brand. To take full advantage of this opportunity across ad formats, it’s important that retailers have both a complete, accurate product feed and the tools to manage their campaigns at scale.Today we’re excited to announce that DoubleClick Search will integrate feed management and optimization capabilities from Channel IntelligenceAs an add-on solution to the DoubleClick Search Commerce Suite, the first step in this integration combines…
  • Shopping campaigns now available to all advertisers around the world

    Commerce Blog
    18 Feb 2014 | 10:34 am
    Last year, we introduced Shopping campaigns to a limited number of advertisers as a new, retail-centric way to manage and promote your products on Google. It allows you to browse your inventory directly in AdWords, streamlining how you organize, bid and report on your Product Listing Ads.We received great feedback from advertisers so far, who say that Shopping campaigns help them save time organizing their inventory and discovering new opportunities to optimize and grow their traffic online. Here are just a few things we’re hearing from retailers."We're very excited about the opportunities…
  • $15 off 1-800-Flowers.com plus other Valentine's Day savings with Google Wallet

    Commerce Blog
    7 Feb 2014 | 10:26 am
    With only seven days until Valentine's Day, Google Wallet wants to help you make the day extra special. We've teamed up with top brands to bring you exciting deals when you shop on your mobile phone, saving you time and money on last-minute Valentine's Day gift shopping.Google Wallet makes checkout a snap. No need to fill out long forms—you can make your purchases in as few as 2 clicks. Just look for the "Buy with Google" button on participating mobile sites and Android apps.On-the-go savings for on-the-go shoppingFrom beautiful bouquets to fun getaways, our partners have special gifts for…
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    Google Developers Blog

  • DevArt - Winner Announced

    Louis Gray
    17 Apr 2014 | 9:00 am
    By Emma Turpin, DevArt Lead at Google Creative Lab and Paul Kinlan, Developer AdvocateMapping a dream as it navigates through your brain using G+APIs. Exploring metamorphosis through storytelling in the form of a poetic adventure with Chrome Apps and Compute API. Travelling through a playful giant map that explores fantasy and reality on a huge scale using Map API. Creating music through the touch of your finger on a simple piece of wood using Android. These are just a sample of the hundreds of projects we received after inviting the developer community to express themselves creatively as…
  • A conversation about design

    Louis Gray
    16 Apr 2014 | 10:00 am
    By Nadya Direkova, Staff Designer and Design Evangelist When Google launched, it was a crisp white page with a simple search box. You might not have thought there was much in the way of design, but its appearance underscored two of our most important principles: simplicity and usefulness. Those principles haven't changed much in fifteen years, but our understanding of what makes great design has—throughout the industry. Today, there’s design in everything we touch. And as a developer, even if you don't happen to be a formal designer, you've undoubtedly faced design challenges as you've…
  • Code School and the Google Maps SDK for iOS

    Louis Gray
    16 Apr 2014 | 8:55 am
    Cross-posted from the Geo Developers BlogBy Mike Jeffrey, Google Maps API Team Are you an iOS developer interested in adding a map to your application? The instructional experts at Code School set out to create a course introducing the Google Maps SDK for iOS to developers like you — and they delivered! Exploring Google Maps for iOS is a free course covering everything from adding a simple map, to using geocoding and directions, to incorporating Street View in iOS. You'll end up with a working sample application and gain the knowledge you need to build your own amazing Google Maps-based…
  • Design, Develop, and Distribute at I/O 2014

    Louis Gray
    15 Apr 2014 | 1:15 pm
    By Billy Rutledge, Director of Developer RelationsWhether you're a developer who's interested in the latest developments in the Googleverse or someone who wants to build the next billion dollar app, Google I/O is the ticket for you. It’s your opportunity to speak directly with us about what’s going on and where apps are headed for 2014. At past I/Os, we skydived onto the Moscone Center--broadcasting live using Google Glass and Google+, launched hardware--like the original Nexus 7 and the first commercial Chromebooks, and showed you how you can use Google services to take your apps to the…
  • New user and sequence based segments in the Core Reporting API

    Louis Gray
    11 Apr 2014 | 10:40 am
    By Nick Mihailovksi, Product Manager, Google Analytics API TeamCross-posted from the Google Analytics BlogSegmentation is one of the most powerful analysis techniques in Google Analytics. It's core to understanding your users, and allows you to make better marketing decisions. Using segmentation, you can uncover new insights such as:How loyalty impacts content consumptionHow search terms vary by regionHow conversion rates differ across demographicsLast year, we announced a new version of segments that included a number of new features.Today, we've added this powerful functionality to the…
 
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    Official Google Australia Blog

  • Surfies, students, sweethearts, lend me your ears: Celebrating Shakespeare's 450th birthday

    Johnny Luu
    15 Apr 2014 | 5:25 pm
    You're invited to a join us for a week-long celebration of Shakespeare's most beloved works and characters. We'll be partnering with Bell Shakespeare for six live and interactive events hosted from Bell Shakespeare's Google+ pageHere are the events you can get involved with:23rd April: Shakespeare's Birthday Bash - A live 15 minute party with Shakespeare’s greatest characters, including Cleopatra, Hamlet, Richard III, and Shakespeare himself.28th April: In Conversations with John Bell and Peter Evans Two theatre greats talking about performance, Shakespeare and the founding of…
  • It's time for a real change

    Johnny Luu
    11 Apr 2014 | 12:46 am
    [Cross-posted from the Google Enterprise Blog]This week marks the end of an era for computing, as Windows XP meets its maker. I remember when XP was released in 2001—it seemed like a revolution that introduced computers to a whole new generation. But fast forward 13 years and we live in a very different world—one in which we expect the latest and greatest software, and the ability to access our stuff from anywhere. Even Microsoft admits: it’s time for a change. After all, in 2001, computers looked like this:In addition to the nearly 30% of desktops still running XP, many…
  • National Digital Technology curriculum course starts today

    Johnny Luu
    23 Mar 2014 | 10:54 pm
    The new Digital Technologies Curriculum for Australia will help create a generation of creators of technology, by developing their skills in computational thinking, design and code. Last year we announced a partnership with the University of Adelaide to develop a free open online course to help primary school teachers across Australia bring computer science and computational thinkinga set of problem-solving skills and techniques that software engineers use) into their classrooms. Classes begin this week. The course, available and open to anyone with an internet connection, will…
  • Start with Code, Australia!

    Johnny Luu
    23 Mar 2014 | 3:34 pm
    Australia has a long, proud history of invention. Bright, inquisitive Australians are fond of asking themselves “how could I make the world better, and people’s lives easier?”. From these questions have sprung inventions from the boomerang to Wifi to Google Maps.In the past, invention was possible with a can-do attitude and a healthy disregard for the impossible. But in the future, we will need to add one new ingredient to this mix - the ability to code. Future invention and innovation across every sector will have technology and computational thinking at their heart. Computational…
  • Get your mapping on

    Johnny Luu
    23 Mar 2014 | 2:49 pm
    Does your local barista make the best mochaccino in Australia? Is there a hidden art gallery just down the road from your place?  Or maybe you’ve found a restaurant that serves all you can eat ribs every Wednesday night?We’re always working to make Google Maps as detailed and useful as possible, and now we need your help. Today, we’re launching Mapathon 2014, Australia’s first ever mapping competition where you can win prizes for updating information about local places on Google Maps.Every time you update an existing listing or add information about a new place, you’ll score…
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    Custom Search Engine

  • Create a search engine with schema.org types

    Custom Search Team
    24 Mar 2014 | 1:28 am
    We are happy to announce the integration of Google Custom Search with the schema.org standard. Schema.org is a structured data markup schema including a shared markup schema vocabulary that is supported by major search providers. This integration enables you to create powerful and expressive topical search engines by simply specifying schema.org types in your Google Custom Search Engine definition. How would you go about using this new feature? Say you are the webmaster of a site about movies. You might want to create a movie search engine that can search for pages about movies either…
  • Use your expertise - build a topical search engine

    Ewa Gasperowicz
    10 Dec 2013 | 6:27 am
    Did you know that a topical search engine can help your users find content from more than a single domain? You can use your expertise to provide a delightful user experience targeting a particular topic on the Web.There are two main types of engines built with Google Custom Search: site search and topical search. While site search is relatively straightforward - it lets you implement a search for a blog or a company website - topical search is an entirely different story.Topical search engines focus on a particular topic and therefore usually cover a part of the Web that is larger than a…
  • Bootstrapping your CSEs from keywords

    Custom Search Team
    21 Oct 2013 | 2:10 am
    Custom Search provides upto 5000 URL patterns to define a “slice” of the web to search over. However, if you’re creating a Custom Search Engine on a topic, such as “global warming”, finding more than a few good sites for a topic can be hard. We recently launched suggested sites to help suggest more sites for your search engine similar to  your included sites.Today, we’re introducing another tool that is hopefully intuitive as well as interesting : You can discover hundreds of sites to include in your CSE starting just with keywords! For example, for a CSE on “global…
  • Suggested sites for CSEs

    Custom Search Team
    12 Sep 2013 | 1:31 am
    Have a CSE to search over your favorite topic (e.g. cars)? Here is a new feature to help you expand your CSE’s definition. This feature recommends more url patterns relevant to the ones you already have in your search engine. We also provide a set of sample pages for each of the recommended patterns.You can find more documentation here. Make your CSEs better and richer. Try this out now on your CSE’s homepage !Posted by: Chirag Sethi, Custom Search Team
  • A new look for Custom Search control panel

    Custom Search Team
    13 Mar 2013 | 6:00 am
    We’re excited to announce a new, modern design for the control panel in keeping with prior user experience changes to Custom Search. You’ll also find a more intuitive layout to the various controls and configuration options. While configuring a Custom Search Engine, you can immediately view and test your work within the control panel.  We hope you enjoy the new look!Posted by: Neelesh Bodas and Brent VerWeyst, Custom Search team
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    Inside AdSense

  • New Ad review center features help save you time and offer improved controls.

    John A.Smith
    16 Apr 2014 | 8:08 am
    Having the right information on the ads displayed on your site and being able to control them, is a big ask we hear from publishers. Many of you are already using the Ad review center to review and control these ads. From today, enjoy more choice with new updates designed to save you time and give you more control in the review process.Save time by not having to review the same ad twice. Now you can see which ads you’ve already reviewed by selecting the ‘Show reviewed ads’ checkbox in the top right corner of the Ad review center.Show reviewed ads feature You’ll also have more…
  • 20(14) Publisher Stories: Total Race revs up their success using Google AdSense

    John A.Smith
    14 Apr 2014 | 8:36 am
    Time sure does fly - we’ve now reached the end of our ‘20(14) publisher stories’ blog series. Thanks for following the series and for sharing your own stories. Read on to meet this week’s featured publisher and check back soon for more publisher stories.Total Race was created by five friends and racing enthusiasts. Covering Formula 1, stock car racing and IndyCar, the site receives 135,000 monthly visitors and employs a team of 15 editors and reporters.Total Race partners, Ivan and Erick, were already familiar with Google AdSense and using it as a monetization solution for their other…
  • Get ready to share your feedback in our semi-annual publisher survey

    John A.Smith
    9 Apr 2014 | 8:00 am
    We’re always looking to hear your thoughts on how we’re doing and your suggestions on  how we can make Google AdSense and other Google publisher products as useful and impactful as possible for you. Your feedback is important to us and helps shape the future direction of our publisher solutions. Our semi-annual publisher survey will launch on April 23rd and we hope to hear from all of you.Every six months, the feedback collected from this survey is closely reviewed to help determine our product roadmap. Based on your feedback and asks last time round, we’ve launched a number of new…
  • 20(14) Publisher Stories: Google AdSense helps IoLeggol'Etichetta help consumers

    John A.Smith
    7 Apr 2014 | 8:59 am
    As part of our ‘20(14) publisher stories’ blog series, every Monday we’ll introduce you to a publisher and share their success story. Read on to meet this week’s featured publisher, and feel free to share your own success story with us.Raffaele Brogna is the creator of Ioleggoletichetta.it. Meaning ‘I read the label’ in english, the site is dedicated to consumer awareness and protection offering advice on how to get the right information from product labels and tips on saving money when shopping. As a social crowdsourcing project, the site has a large community following who…
  • 20(14) Publisher Stories: The future looks bright for Quehoroscopo.com

    John A.Smith
    31 Mar 2014 | 10:19 am
    As part of our ‘20(14) publisher stories’ blog series, every Monday we’ll introduce you to a publisher and share their success story. Read on to meet this week’s featured publisher, and feel free to share your own success story with us.Quehoroscopo.com, a leading Spanish horoscope and astrology site, was set up by Hugo Conde in 2007. Hugo is based out of Madrid and works with a team of tarot professionals, editors and designers to provide daily content to their many users.Soon after launching, Hugo started looking for a simple and easy-to-use solution to generate income from his site…
 
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    Google Public Policy Blog

  • Using Technology to Celebrate and Remember the Civil Rights Movement

    Google Public Policy Blog
    8 Apr 2014 | 12:23 pm
    Posted by Susan Molinari, VP Public Policy  Technology can help us understand our past and connect with history in extraordinary and meaningful ways. This week, the LBJ Presidential Library is holding a three day Civil Rights Summit to mark the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and we are proud to provide technology to help support this event. Over the next three days, we will be live streaming the program so people from all over the world can tune in to hear the panels and speakers, including remarks from four U.S. presidents. Each day will also feature heroes…
  • Transparency Report: Requests for user information up 120 percent over four years

    Google Public Policy Blog
    27 Mar 2014 | 8:02 am
    Posted by Richard Salgado, Legal Director, Law Enforcement and Information SecurityWhile we’ve always known how important transparency is when it comes to government requests, the events of the past year have underscored just how urgent the issue is. From being the first company to disclose information about National Security Letters to fighting for the ability to publish more about FISA requests, we’ve continually advocated for your right to know. Today, we’re updating our Transparency Report for the ninth time. This updated Report details the number of government requests we received…
  • Apply for a 2014 Google Policy Fellowship

    Google Public Policy Blog
    20 Mar 2014 | 11:05 am
    The Internet policy world ripe with fascinating policy issues. From government surveillance and data security to patent reform and copyright to free expression and open access to information, there has never been a more exciting time to get involved. We’re excited to launch the 7th summer of the Google Policy Fellowship, connecting students of all levels and disciplines with organizations working on the forefront of these and other critical issues for the future of the Internet. Applications are open today for North America and Latin America, and students of all levels and disciplines are…
  • Protecting Consumers From Identity Theft and Scams

    Google Public Policy Blog
    5 Mar 2014 | 8:31 am
    Posted by Sheily Chhabria, Head of Strategic Operations, Product Quality OperationsKeeping your information safe and secure is one of Google’s top priorities and to celebrate National Consumer Protection Week we wanted to share a few things that we do to help protect you and your information from harm on the web. Google scans the web to find the most useful and interesting content to display in your search results, but while we’re looking for all that good stuff, we sometimes find sites or links that seem unsafe - that might be set up to steal your information or silently take over your…
  • It’s time to reform government surveillance laws

    Google Public Policy Blog
    11 Feb 2014 | 5:10 am
    Posted by Susan Molinari, VP Public Policy  The revelations about government surveillance practices—both in the U.S. and globally—over the past eight months have sparked a serious and overdue debate about the nature and scope of existing laws and programs. Today, many organizations and companies are participating in “The Day We Fight Back,” a series of events and awareness campaigns highlighting the urgent need for surveillance reform around the world.Google recognizes the very real threats that the U.S. and other countries face, but we strongly believe that government…
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    Google Earth Blog

  • Using the Google Earth Flight Simulator

    Mickey Mellen
    18 Apr 2014 | 2:27 am
    The Google Earth Flight Simulator is one of those features that many people overlook. Here are some tips to make the most of it. With the the release of Google Earth 4.2 back in 2007, Google added a much-requested feature to the product; a flight simulator. To try it out for yourself, simply go to [Tools] –> [Enter Flight Simulator] and dive in! Not long after it came out, Frank posted a list of tips and tricks for using the simulator, as it can be a bit tricky to get started. Start up the flight simulator as described above. I recommend you choose the SR-22 plane to start (it is a much…
  • Exploring airship hangars in Google Earth

    Mickey Mellen
    17 Apr 2014 | 2:49 am
    We’ve shared a lot of articles from Google Sightseeing over the years. They do a great job of choosing an interesting topic and then digging in deep. Their recent article from Ian Brown on the subject of Airship Hangars is no different. Hundreds of hangars were building airships in the last century, though most of them are gone now. The earliest building, Hangar Y at Chalais Meudon outside Paris, is not only intact but is actually in 3D in Google Earth: Here is Ian’s take on Hangar Y: Hangar Y was built in 1879 on what was then a military base. It is 70m long, 24m wide and 20m…
  • New Google Earth Imagery – April 16, 2014

    Mickey Mellen
    16 Apr 2014 | 2:53 am
    It appears that Google has pushed out a fresh batch of imagery. Thanks to sharp-eyed GEB readers ‘Jonah’, ‘Munden’, ‘Andreas’ and ‘Horvath’ for letting us know. The new imagery can already be found in Google Maps, making difficult to know for sure what is new and what is old, but here is a list areas that we know were just updated: United States: Alabama (Decatur, Huntsville), California (Oxnard, Santa Barbara, Santa Monica), Connecticut (Brideport, New Haven), Florida (Cape Canaveral), Maryland (Sharpsburg), Missouri (Joplin, St. Louis), New…
  • The hidden farms of Chicago

    Mickey Mellen
    15 Apr 2014 | 2:54 am
    NPR’s The Salt recently took a look at Chicago and the many “hidden farms” that can be found on rooftops around the city. Researcher John Taylor from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign spent 400 hours over the course of eight months researching these gardens to determine where the gardens were and which ones were actually producing food. The result was a total of 4,648 sites, covering more than 65 total acres. “Urban agriculture is sometimes thought of as something new and trendy, but of course people have been growing food in backyards and on vacant land…
  • Exploring L’Aquila five years later

    Mickey Mellen
    14 Apr 2014 | 2:33 am
    Three years ago we told you about the effort to rebuild L’Aquila in 3D following a major earthquake in 2009. Graziano Di Crescenzo has an Italian blog about Google Earth and is very passionate about the product. He is in L’Aquila and is using Google Earth to keep people informed of the state of L’Aquila five years after the quake. His new website, Hello L’Aquila shows the earthquake damaged central italian city of L’Aquila five years after the earthquake of April 6, 2009. Visitors can walk through the streets and squares of the city and inside some of its buildings…
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  • From Lake Tanganyika to Google Earth: Using tech to help our communities

    Emily Wood
    3 Apr 2014 | 6:00 am
    Today we're joined by Dr. Jane Goodall, primatologist and founder of the Jane Goodall Institute and Roots & Shoots program. In this post, Dr. Goodall shares her thoughts on how today’s technology can enable more people around the world to make a difference in their communities. Join Dr. Goodall for a celebratory Birthday Hangout on Air today at 11 a.m. PDT/2 p.m. EDT. -Ed.When I first set foot on the shores of Lake Tanganyika in 1960 to study chimpanzee behavior, I carried with me notebooks, pencils and a pair of second-hand binoculars. I was, at the time, a young woman with no…
  • Wander through Angkor’s thousand-year-old temples on Street View

    Lat Long
    2 Apr 2014 | 6:00 pm
    The sunrise at Angkor Wat in Siem Reap, Cambodia, is one of Southeast Asia’s most iconic and breathtaking vistas. Dawn brings to light the many temples that are thousands of years old, nestled in a web of ancient roads and jungles. Today you’ll be one step closer to that view as we are making more than 100 of these historic sites available online with Street View on Google Maps. The temples at Angkor each have a unique story—whether it’s the way they were built, the ancient Khmer cities they sit on, or the artwork they contain. To give you the most complete picture, our team used all…
  • Become a Pokémon Master with Google Maps

    Lat Long
    31 Mar 2014 | 9:42 am
    We value employees who are risk-taking and detail-oriented, have deep technical knowledge, and can navigate through tall grass to capture wild creatures. It turns out that these skills have a lot in common with another profession—that of the Pokémon Master. With that in mind, we’ve worked with Pokémon and Nintendo to develop a new training tool to help people hone their Pokémon-capturing abilities using Google Maps. Dozens of wild Pokémon have taken up residence on streets, amidst forests and atop mountains throughout Google Maps. To find and catch ‘em all, you’ll need to tap into…
  • Helping our communities adapt to climate change

    Gopal Shah
    19 Mar 2014 | 11:16 am
    Today the White House announced the Climate Data Initiative, aimed at helping organizations and communities use public data to better understand and prepare for the effects of climate change. Up until now, it’s been difficult for the public to locate detailed, timely data relevant to climate-related risks such as extreme weather events. To help address this challenge, Google is donating cloud computing storage and access to other tools to support institutions that are driving climate change resilience.First, we’re providing 50 million hours of high-performance computing on the Google…
  • Explore America’s most endangered river on Street View

    Lat Long
    13 Mar 2014 | 3:00 am
    This guest post is by Chris Williams, Senior Vice President of Conservation at American Rivers. We’ve partnered with American Rivers to share the adventure of the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon in Google Maps. -Ed.For 6 million years, the Colorado River has flowed through the heart of the desert southwest, its waters slowly carving out a canyon so vast it can be seen from space—yet so remote it didn’t appear on early maps of the region. It wasn’t until 1869, when John Wesley Powell led a small exploration party on a rafting trip, that the natural wonders of the Colorado River…
 
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    Inside AdWords

  • New upgrade option for Shopping campaigns

    Rob Newton
    18 Apr 2014 | 12:21 pm
    Earlier this month, we shared a few success stories on Shopping campaigns, our new campaign type for Product Listing Ads (PLAs), and that the regular PLA campaign type will retire in late August 2014.To upgrade to Shopping campaigns, we encourage you to create a Shopping campaign from scratch and then customize your product groups and bids from there. That way, you can choose how granular you’d like to get and ensure all your inventory is included in your Shopping campaign.However, if you would like to base your Shopping campaign on a regular PLA campaign, we’re introducing an option…
  • How Search Insights Can Inform Your Event Strategy

    Rob Newton
    16 Apr 2014 | 3:00 pm
    Oscar Night. The Olympic Games. Bonnaroo. We think of produced events as finite moments in time. But as we saw with Bob Costas’ eye and “Adele Dazeem”, many of these “finite” moments actually create a much larger window of interest—and opportunity—online. You could say that for every offline action, there is a digital reaction. And it starts with search.By understanding search data and its role before, during and beyond an event, marketers can prepare to respond to consumers’ needs and desires in new and timely ways. Think with Google looks at how these search insights can…
  • +Post ads now available to all advertisers and support Hangouts on Air

    Rob Newton
    16 Apr 2014 | 6:14 am
    Last December, we introduced +Post ads to a limited number of advertisers as a new way to amplify content and create conversations across the web. +Post ads let you to take a piece of your public Google+ content, like a photo or video, and turn it into an engagement ad that runs across the Google Display Network.Starting today, +Post ads are available to all advertisers who meet a minimum threshold of Google+ followers. We’re also piloting two new features - promoted Hangouts on Air and automatic post promotion - to help you create compelling ad experiences and make it easier to extend the…
  • Next Tuesday is your chance to step inside AdWords

    Rob Newton
    15 Apr 2014 | 10:10 am
    Next Tuesday, April 22nd at 9am PT and 12pm ET, we invite you to step inside AdWords as we share our next generation of advertising innovations with you, live, right here on the Inside AdWords blog. As part of this global livestream, we will announce 10+ new AdWords products, features, and research studies that we have worked hard to develop over the past year. We built these innovations with you in mind, using customer feedback to inform our product development decisions. Register for the livestream here.As we met with advertisers, both large and small, and conducted consumer research, we…
  • Upgrade to Search Network With Display Select for Better Performance

    Rob Newton
    7 Apr 2014 | 8:00 am
    Last month we shared some stories about how Search Network with Display Select is driving strong performance for many advertisers including Elmo Learning, Wordstream and ShopPivot. This new, high performing hybrid campaign type helps advertisers, on average, see a 35% higher click-through-rate, and a 35% lower cost-per-customer purchase on the Display portion of their Search Network with Display Select campaigns.Upgrade now for better performanceTo start tapping into this opportunity, upgrade your “Search and Display Networks” campaigns to “Search Network with Display Select” today.
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    Google Operating System

  • Gmail's New Interface for Inserting Photos

    Alex Chitu
    16 Apr 2014 | 5:53 am
    Gmail has a new interface for adding images to a message. When you click the "insert images" icon, Gmail now shows all the photos highlighted by Google+ Photos. You'll see all the photos that are displayed here: https://plus.google.com/photos, including Auto Backup photos from your desktop and mobile devices.Google uses clever algorithms that find your best photos and place them in the "highlights" section, which is displayed by default when you visit Google+ Photos. Gmail only shows these photos, but you can click "X more" to show all the photos from an album (X is the number of…
  • Search Tips for Chrome's App Launcher

    Alex Chitu
    13 Apr 2014 | 8:28 am
    Chrome's app launcher has an interesting way to match results. Let's say you want to open Google Play Music. You can search for google play music, play music or you can just type the the first letter from each word and search for gpm. It also works if you type the first letters from the first word, followed by the first letters from the second word and so on. For example, you can also search for goplm, gplam, gmu.Another example: launch Mahjong Solitaire by searching for ms.{ via François Beaufort. }
  • Public Transit Directions in Google Search

    Alex Chitu
    13 Apr 2014 | 7:35 am
    Google Search not only shows driving directions, it also shows a card for public transit directions. This feature seems to be limited to trains and buses. Another limitation is that this feature only works if you are in the US."Find the best route to travel using public transportation without ever leaving the Google Search page. For example, if you're in New York and traveling from Fulton Street to Times Square, you can search [from columbus circle to times square by train] to find information about the next train that's leaving. You can also search for directions between cities, like…
  • Cast Videos in Chrome for Android

    Alex Chitu
    11 Apr 2014 | 11:35 am
    The latest beta release of Chrome 35 for Android added support for casting HTML5 videos. You can now send videos to the Chromecast from any site that uses HTML5 video players, including YouTube.To connect to a Chromecast, you need to play a video in fullscreen, click the cast icon and select a Chromecast device. You can then change the volume, fast forward or switch to a different video. YouTube's mobile site has support for the TV queue, so you can add videos to the queue instead of playing them right away.The Chromecast integration is not perfect, there are some bugs that need to be fixed,…
  • Edit Translations to Improve Google Translate

    Alex Chitu
    11 Apr 2014 | 5:02 am
    Google Translate now lets you edit translations. Click the "Improve" icon below the translation, edit the text and click "Contribute". Google shows this message: "Your contribution will be used to improve translation quality and may be shown to users anonymously".Until now, you could only click the words from the translations and pick one of the alternate translations offered by Google.{ Thanks, Emanuele Bartolomucci. }
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    Google Directions

  • “Google Naps” A Google Maps Based Nap Finder

    Richard
    29 Mar 2014 | 10:46 am
    The next time that you’re feeling a little bit tired or sleepy, and you also feel like you just want to take a nap, but you happen to be far from home at that precise moment, no need to worry, because we actually have the perfect site for you. It’s called Google Naps, and it […]
  • Google Maps Urban Jungle Street View

    Richard
    20 Mar 2014 | 4:02 pm
    Urban Jungle Street View is a new experimental site created by Einar Oberg using the Google Maps API. What’s really cool about this application is that it allows you to transform and explore any place as if it was an actual jungle. In order to achieve the desired effect, the creator used a powerful street […]
  • Google Maps Launches River View of The Grand Canyon

    Richard
    13 Mar 2014 | 4:40 pm
    Google has just launched a brand new feature which I’m sure you will all get to love and enjoy, it’s called “River View”, you could say that it is an extension of the popular “Street View” feature that everyone knows and uses on a day to day to basis, in fact, it was created using […]
  • New Google Maps Gallery

    Richard
    28 Feb 2014 | 12:27 pm
    Google has just released a brand new gallery of the world’s top maps that were made using the Google Maps API. The gallery highlights and also organizes the best maps ever created using the Gmaps engine, through this new site you can find and access hundreds of maps which have been made available by well […]
  • Ducati Museum in Bologna Italy Now Available on Google Maps

    Richard
    19 Feb 2014 | 9:34 am
    Google is constantly adding new locations and images of the most interesting places from around the world to their widely utilized free online mapping service “Google Maps”, in order to make the world a smaller place Google publishes 360 degree high quality images of such places in order to allow us (the users) to discover […]
 
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    Google Today

  • Google I/O 2014 Scavenger Hunt

    Wes
    18 Apr 2014 | 12:52 am
    So you’re bummed that Google did not pick you after you rolled the dice in the Google I/O 2014 lottery.  Be not dismayed, there is more loot to be found.  Google has implemented a scavenger hunt among the pages of the Google Developers site. For those Google devs that are truly dedicated to the quest, it may be possible to acquire the chance to bypass the lottery and get a “golden ticket”.  Throughout the developers sites, Google has placed a random number of “goog.gl” links. If you find and click one of these links and you’ll be transported to an…
  • Gmail’s new Photo UI

    Wes
    17 Apr 2014 | 12:53 am
    Google automatically makes backup copies of your photos when you’re logged into Google Plus.  Now with the new Gmail Photo UI all those photos are available in Gmail.  And to boot, you get customization features. Google is constantly expanding its feature set and with this latest photo ui improvement, you get just that much more.  The new interface offers access to the full suite of photos from your auto backup, including albums and Auto Awesome.  But once you get the photo into the email, what if you need to make changes? Like some other programs, for example Blogger or Google…
  • Google I/O 2014 Lottery Begins Now

    Wes
    15 Apr 2014 | 4:59 am
    Starting at 5 AM Pacific the Google I/O 2014 lottery will take the world by storm, and this time it’s for real.   But remember in four more hours you can spend $1500 of your tax return on Google Glass too.  So, at least if you don’t get in to Google I/O 2014, you can still say you’ve got Glass. And how about that Lunar Eclipse, eh?! What is this a Moon shot? If I believed in coincidence I’d say miracles were going to happen today, but Google Glass and Google I/O 2014 is close enough. Just remember that if you do sign up for the Google I/O 2014 Lottery, and…
  • Chrome for Android gets access to Chromecast

    Wes
    14 Apr 2014 | 3:05 am
    Yes, you have many apps that can cast video to a Chromecast stick, but now you can do it natively in Chrome for Android.  It may not be bad at all to hack Google hardware if it means that within a few revisions Google will add your feature.  Granted it would be nice to be paid like a Google Engineer to do it. Google is including a nifty new feature in build 35 of Chrome.  That feature will allow you to cast any video from your Chrome for Android browser.   The integration isn’t spotless yet, but Google would like it to be so.  But hey can you blame them, they’re making video…
  • Google Glass for All (in the US)

    Wes
    10 Apr 2014 | 7:28 pm
    Google is making Income Tax Day special this year.  On April 15th 2014 will be Google Glass for all Day.  Anyone will be able to purchase their own Google Glass starting at 6 am PDT that day. It appears that Google will be ramping up the possibilities with this new chance for anyone to get their hands on the Explorer edition.  The purchase is only available to people in the US for now. So far about 10, 000 people have their hands on Google Glass (faces on?).  At Google I/O 2012, 2,000 people got their chance, and then with the 3x promotion, another 8,000 got one as well.  But now…
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    9to5Google

  • Stream music and video to Amazon’s FireTV from your Android device with AllCast

    Jonathan Kizer
    19 Apr 2014 | 9:35 am
    Koushik Dutta — the man behind Clockworkmod, as well as various other Android apps and projects – has released AllCast for Amazon’s FireTV. The program lets you send videos, photos, and music from any Android device running Ice Cream Sandwich or higher to your TV. The app is free to install for the FireTV, though AllCast for Android requires a $4.99 purchase to enable the majority of the features, including a screen-mirroring feature. The mirror feature is still in beta, though it works reliably. Framerate depends on a number of factors, including your home network and…
  • CyanogenMod support now available for 2012 Kindle Fire HD

    Mark Hearn
    18 Apr 2014 | 2:18 pm
    Amazon’s Kindle Fire HD is a prime example of solid hardware being weighed down by bulky software, but there appears to be a resolution in the works. The CyanogenMod community has just released a new set of nightly builds for the 2012 Kindle Fire HD (7 and 8.9-inch models). Currently pushing experimental status, improved stable builds are expected to land soon. One of our biggest gripes about the Kindle Fire HD in our review was its clunky operating system and even though this software is still in its early stages, CyanogenMod 11 offers a fairly smooth version of KitKat. Of…
  • Latest Chrome OS dev update adds arrow key volume control

    Mark Hearn
    18 Apr 2014 | 11:42 am
    If listening to tunes on your Chromebook is a daily activity, you’ll be happy to know that the process just became more refined. Thanks to a recent Chrome OS dev update, owners of Google’s internet-fueled notebooks can now control the volume of their music by using the device’s arrow keys. It’s a modest addition for sure, but it’ll most likely make life a little easier for people who struggle with their Chromebook’s trackpad. Here’s an overview of the keyboard shortcuts for this new feature : Press <Up> to increase the volume of 1 Press…
  • Amazon discounts over 60 popular Android apps for Easter

    Jordan Kahn
    18 Apr 2014 | 9:53 am
    Amazon didn’t come right out an announce it, but clicking the right Easter Egg graphic on its Appstore for Android page today brings you to a list of over 60 discounts on popular apps for the holiday. There are lots of big name apps on the list like Monopoly, Angry Birds, Minecraft, and a long list of EA and Disney titles. Many of the over 60 discounted apps are free, while others have discounted prices well below normal. Click the link below to skip the Easter egg hunt and head straight for all the deals: 60+ discounted Android apps on AmazonFiled under: Android For more news on Android…
  • Google may be working on a budget friendly $100 Nexus smartphone

    Dom Esposito
    18 Apr 2014 | 9:06 am
    It would be surprising if Google didn’t unveil a new Nexus device before the end of the year. Currently, the Nexus 10 is still out of stock and Google’s Nexus 5 is beginning to show its age. If anything, we hope to see a Nexus 6 in the near future, but Google might be working on a frugal Nexus smartphone as well. According to Chinese site MTKSJ.com (via GforGames), Google may be working with chip maker MediaTek on a budget Nexus device that could be priced as low as $100. This could really shake things up in the mobile market and would be a direct competitor to ex-Google company…
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    playfuldroid.com

  • LG Lucid 3 arrives at Verizon Wireless

    Marc
    19 Apr 2014 | 9:02 am
    After a relatively long wait, the LG Lucid 3 has finally arrived at Verizon Wireless. The LG Lucid 3 is a mid-range Android smartphone which comes with a price tag of just $299 outright. The device comes with a 4.7 inch qHD display running on a 1.2GHz quad-core processor and 1GB RAM. Although the LG Lucid 3 doesn’t capture as much attention as the HTC M8 or Galaxy S5, its definitely one of the top choice among those who doesn’t need those high-end features on their smartphone. So are you planning to get this device this summer?     The post LG Lucid 3 arrives at Verizon…
  • How to root ThL T5S using the vroot program

    Marc
    19 Apr 2014 | 7:31 am
    The ThL T5S is a mid-range Android smartphone released by ThL back in December last year, spotting a 4.7 inch qHD display powered by a 1.3GHz quad-core processor and 1GB RAM. The ThL T5S runs on the Android 4.2 software, but we’re not sure if the manufacturer will be rolling out any update for the device. Like most other Android smartphones, we can root ThL T5S using the vroot program as well. In the following tutorial, I will be guiding you guys on how to root ThL T5S in less than an hour. Disclaimer : During the process of rooting, there is always a risk for you to brick your Android…
  • Verizon LG G2 receives KitKat update

    Joe
    19 Apr 2014 | 6:29 am
    The wait is finally over! Verizon has begun pushing out the KitKat update to the LG G2 devices easrlier this morning. This update comes with a hefty 669.4MB file size, so make sure you’re connected to the Wi-Fi before updating your device. This update will also bring your software version number up to VS98024A. Below is the official changelogs for the KitKat update: Color Adjustment has been added ‘Magnification Gestures’ label is now ‘Touch Zoom’ label ‘Shades’ label is now ‘Screen Shades’ label ‘Captions’ have been added ‘Touch and Hold Delay’ is now ‘Touch…
  • LG G3 rumored to be announced in late June

    Marc
    18 Apr 2014 | 8:22 am
    According to reports from Korea, the much anticipated LG G3 is rumored to make its debut in June and will be available for purchase in July. Currently, we’re not sure how the device will look like, although @evleaks has already gave us a rough idea of its design – quite different from the current LG G2 flagship. Sources has confirmed that the LG G3 will be coming with a 5.5 inches display with an incredible 2560 x 1440 pixels resolution powered by the latest Snapdragon 805 processor and 3GB RAM. Of course, with such end features and hardware, we wouldn’t expect it to come…
  • How to root ThL T100S in less than an hour

    Marc
    18 Apr 2014 | 4:12 am
    The ThL T100 is the first octa-core powered Android smartphone released by ThL back in December last year. The ThL T100 comes with a 5 inches fHD display powered by a 1.7GHz octa-core processor and 2GB RAM. Coming along with it is a 13 megapixels camera capable of recording 1080p videos. Although the ThL T100S comes with high-end features and hardware, it is available for just $299 – 3 times cheaper than the HTC One. What’s even better is that you can root ThL T100S rather easily as well if you’re using a Windows PC. In the following tutorial, I will be guiding you guys on…
 
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  • Earth Hour 2014 Wallpaper Images

    Google Images
    28 Mar 2014 | 4:48 am
    Earth Hour 2014 Wallpaper Images - Google Images Provides Wide Range of Earth Hour 2014 Images, Pictures, Photos, Pics, HD Wallpapers in High Definition with High Resolution. We select a list of Best Earth Hour 2014 Pictures. Download Free Earth Hour 2014 HD Wallpapers for Your PC, Desktop, Computer, Laptop, Notebook, Windows Vista, Windows 7, 8, Apple, Mac OS, Ubuntu, IPhone, Ipad, Android, […]
  • Chaitra Navratri 2014 Images Free Download

    Google Images
    28 Mar 2014 | 4:42 am
    Chaitra Navratri 2014 Images Free Download - Google Images Provides Wide Range of Chaitra Navratri 2014 Images, Pictures, Photos, Pics, HD Wallpapers in High Definition with High Resolution. We select a list of Best Chaitra Navratri 2014 Pictures. Download Free Chaitra Navratri 2014 HD Wallpapers or Hindu Goddess Durga for Your PC, Desktop, Computer, Laptop, Notebook, Windows Vista, Windows 7, 8, Apple, Mac OS, Ubuntu, […]
  • Earth Hour 60+ Clock Images 2014

    Google Images
    28 Mar 2014 | 4:36 am
    Earth Hour 60+ Clock Images 2014 - Google Images Provides Wide Range of Earth Hour 60+ Clock Images, Pictures, Photos, Pics, HD Wallpapers in High Definition with High Resolution. We select a list of Best Earth Hour 2014 Clock Pictures. Download Free Earth Hour 60+ HD Wallpapers for Your PC, Desktop, Computer, Laptop, Notebook, Windows Vista, Windows 7, 8, Apple, Mac OS, Ubuntu, […]
  • Mothering Sunday Cakes Images 2014

    Google Images
    28 Mar 2014 | 4:29 am
    Mothering Sunday Cakes Images 2014 - Google Images Provides Wide Range of Mothering Sunday 2014 Cakes Images, Pictures, Photos, Pics, HD Wallpapers in High Definition with High Resolution. We select a list of Best Mothering Sunday Cakes Pictures. (also Check previous one Mothering Sunday 2014 USA Images) Download Free Mothering Sunday Cakes HD Wallpapers for Your PC, Desktop, Computer, Laptop, Notebook, Windows Vista, Windows […]
  • Earth Hour 2014 Logo Poster HD Wallpapers

    Google Images
    28 Mar 2014 | 4:22 am
    Earth Hour 2014 Logo Poster HD Wallpapers - Google Images Provides Wide Range of Earth Hour 2014 Logo Poster Images, Pictures, Photos, Pics, HD Wallpapers in High Definition with High Resolution. We select a list of Best Earth Hour 2014 Logo Pictures. Download Free Earth Hour 2014 Poster HD Wallpapers for Your PC, Desktop, Computer, Laptop, Notebook, Windows Vista, Windows 7, 8, Apple, […]
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