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  • Google’s look, evolved

    The Official Google Blog
    Google Blogs
    1 Sep 2015 | 8:44 am
    Google has changed a lot over the past 17 years—from the range of our products to the evolution of their look and feel. And today we’re changing things up once again:So why are we doing this now? Once upon a time, Google was one destination that you reached from one device: a desktop PC. These days, people interact with Google products across many different platforms, apps and devices—sometimes all in a single day. You expect Google to help you whenever and wherever you need it, whether it’s on your mobile phone, TV, watch, the dashboard in your car, and yes, even a desktop! Today…
  • Google descontinua projeto “Here” do Google Maps

    Google Discovery
    Renê Fraga
    1 Sep 2015 | 6:23 pm
    Faz algum tempo o Google vem trabalhando em um modo de tirar proveito das lojas de varejo que estão no Google Maps para exibir ofertas e recompensas utilizando a localização dos usuário. O mais recente projeto, que era conhecido internamente como “Google Here”, foi abruptamente cancelado após temores de que a nova funcionalidade pudesse vir a ser considerada como invasiva. Google Here funcionaria como uma notificação na tela de bloqueio após a entrada do usuário em uma loja parceira como a Starbucks. “Fontes familiarizadas com o projeto disseram que o Google estava…
  • Mobile-friendly web pages using app banners

    Google Webmaster Central Blog
    Google Webmaster Central
    1 Sep 2015 | 9:45 am
    When it comes to search on mobile devices, users should get the most relevant answers, no matter if the answer lives in an app or a web page. We’ve recently made it easier for users to find and discover apps and mobile-friendly web pages. However, sometimes a user may tap on a search result on a mobile device and see an app install interstitial that hides a significant amount of content and prompts the user to install an app. Our analysis shows that it is not a good search experience and can be frustrating for users because they are expecting to see the content of the web page.
  • Docker and Containers: Coffee With A Googler meets Brian Dorsey

    Google Developers Blog
    Gary Lewis
    31 Aug 2015 | 2:15 pm
    Posted by Laurence Moroney, Developer Advocate If you’ve worked with Web or cloud tech over the last 18 months, you’ll have heard about Containers and about how they let you spend more time on building software, instead of managing infrastructure. In this episode of Coffee with a Googler, we chat with Brian Dorsey into the benefits of using Containers in Google Cloud Platform for simplifying infrastructure management. Important discussion topics covered in this episode include: Containers improve the developer experience. Regardless of how large the final deployment is, they are there to…
  • Google’s look, evolved

    Official Google Australia Blog
    Johnny Luu
    1 Sep 2015 | 5:43 pm
    Google has changed a lot over the past 17 years—from the range of our products to the evolution of their look and feel. And today we’re changing things up once again:   So why are we doing this now? Once upon a time, Google was one destination that you reached from one device: a desktop PC. These days, people interact with Google products across many different platforms, apps and devices—sometimes all in a single day. You expect Google to help you whenever and wherever you need it, whether it’s on your mobile phone, TV, watch, the dashboard in your car, and yes, even a…
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    Google Discovery

  • Google descontinua projeto “Here” do Google Maps

    Renê Fraga
    1 Sep 2015 | 6:23 pm
    Faz algum tempo o Google vem trabalhando em um modo de tirar proveito das lojas de varejo que estão no Google Maps para exibir ofertas e recompensas utilizando a localização dos usuário. O mais recente projeto, que era conhecido internamente como “Google Here”, foi abruptamente cancelado após temores de que a nova funcionalidade pudesse vir a ser considerada como invasiva. Google Here funcionaria como uma notificação na tela de bloqueio após a entrada do usuário em uma loja parceira como a Starbucks. “Fontes familiarizadas com o projeto disseram que o Google estava…
  • Fachada externa do Googleplex ganha novo logotipo

    Renê Fraga
    1 Sep 2015 | 4:58 pm
    Tudo no Google é muito rápido e a troca do logotipo não poderia ser diferente. Após o anúncio da nova identidade visual, a equipe do Google prontamente resolveu atualizar sua fachada externa e muretas com sua nova marca. Alguns Googlers registraram o processo no Twitter: New @google Logo rolling out on campus pic.twitter.com/F5mlmdvhLP — Amit Singh (@aksingh77) September 1, 2015 New Google logo: WIP pic.twitter.com/ZGc2AN0Yb2 — Laura Melahn (@lauramelahn) September 1, 2015 They are deploying a new CSS file to the Google campus. pic.twitter.com/caveWW5GvW — mArkus…
  • Google mostra quais eram os logotipos alternativos

    Renê Fraga
    1 Sep 2015 | 4:35 pm
    A imagem acima, divulgada pela própria empresa, mostra mockups de logotipos alternativos que batalharam internamente para ganhar fama e a imensa visibilidade da gigante de Mountain View. De fato, na minha opinião, o Google escolheu o melhor logotipo para representar sua nova identidade visual – enquanto manteve com sucesso suas essências e as cores clássicas.
  • Facebook lança melhorias no Instagram Direct

    Renê Fraga
    1 Sep 2015 | 4:12 pm
    O Facebook informou hoje que lançou melhorias no recurso do Instagram Direct para permitir que os usuários do Instagram possam realmente ter uma conversa dentro do aplicativo, enquanto oferece um novo modo de envio de conteúdo direto para a tela de chat do Direct. “A conversa em sequência facilita para ir e voltar em um assunto com as pessoas que você mais conversa. No lugar de criar uma nova conversa toda vez que enviar uma foto ou um vídeo, a conversa terá continuidade com base nas pessoas que fazem parte dela – o que faz com que os momentos fluam de forma natural”,…
  • Google renova seu logotipo

    Hélio
    1 Sep 2015 | 11:23 am
      Nos últimos meses, a Google tem passado por diversas transformações, desde o diretor até a nova holding chamada Alphabet. Mas dessa vez, todos foram pegos de surpresa com seu novo logotipo na página inicial do buscador com um tradicional doodle comemorativo para a ocasião, mais simples porém com as mesmas cores infantis que já se transformaram em um referência para a marca. Novo logotipo do Google. (Foto: Reprodução/YouTube) “Hoje em dia as pessoas interagem com os produtos Google através de distintas plataformas, aplicações e dispositivos – às vezes num…
 
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    The Official Google Blog

  • Google’s look, evolved

    Google Blogs
    1 Sep 2015 | 8:44 am
    Google has changed a lot over the past 17 years—from the range of our products to the evolution of their look and feel. And today we’re changing things up once again:So why are we doing this now? Once upon a time, Google was one destination that you reached from one device: a desktop PC. These days, people interact with Google products across many different platforms, apps and devices—sometimes all in a single day. You expect Google to help you whenever and wherever you need it, whether it’s on your mobile phone, TV, watch, the dashboard in your car, and yes, even a desktop! Today…
  • Android Wear now works with iPhones

    Google Blogs
    31 Aug 2015 | 8:41 am
    When you wear something every day, you want to be sure it really works for you. That’s why Android Wear offers countless design choices, so you can find the watch that fits your style. Want a round watch with a more classic look? Feel like a new watch band? How about changing things up every day with watch faces from artists and designers? With Android Wear you can do all of that. And now, Android Wear watches work with iPhones. Android Wear for iOS is rolling out today. Just pair your iPhone (iPhone 5, 5c, 5s, 6, or 6 Plus running iOS 8.2+) with an Android Wear watch to bring simple and…
  • Through the Google lens: Search Trends August 21-27

    Google Blogs
    28 Aug 2015 | 3:37 pm
    The terrible images from the WDBJ shooting in Virginia dominated Google searches over the last few days. Here's a look back at the week in search.WDBJ tragedyA small TV station in Roanoke, Va., is reeling after two of its journalists were shot and killed live on air Wednesday morning. Police identified the gunman as a former reporter for the station, and if his horrible crime was designed for maximum shock and attention, it worked. Searches for Bryce Williams—the on-air name former employee Vester Flanagan went by—ran into the tens of millions as people looked for information and…
  • Improving Public Alerts for hurricane season

    Google Blogs
    27 Aug 2015 | 8:01 am
    Ten years ago, Hurricane Katrina ravaged the Gulf Coast of the United States, flooding cities, displacing thousands of people, and causing billions of dollars worth of damage. It is the costliest natural disaster, and one of the deadliest hurricanes, in U.S. history.After rescue efforts began in the immediate aftermath of Katrina, some Googlers wondered how they could connect people with useful information and resources related to the storm. With the help of many third-party organizations, small groups of our employees worked to display satellite imagery of affected areas in Google Earth and…
  • New (School) Year resolutions with #GoogleEdu

    Google Blogs
    25 Aug 2015 | 5:00 am
    The tradition of ringing in each New Year with resolutions (whether we stick to them or not) is always an opportunity to reflect and start the year ahead on the right foot. As students and teachers around the world return to campuses and classrooms this fall, we’re embarking on a different kind of fresh start: a New (School) Year. And we want to help you make the most of it. So we’ve put together a few resolution ideas, plus tips to help you stick to them. We’ve also made a resolution of our own: to bring the best of Google technology to education.The best of Google, for educationLike…
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    Google Webmaster Central Blog

  • Mobile-friendly web pages using app banners

    Google Webmaster Central
    1 Sep 2015 | 9:45 am
    When it comes to search on mobile devices, users should get the most relevant answers, no matter if the answer lives in an app or a web page. We’ve recently made it easier for users to find and discover apps and mobile-friendly web pages. However, sometimes a user may tap on a search result on a mobile device and see an app install interstitial that hides a significant amount of content and prompts the user to install an app. Our analysis shows that it is not a good search experience and can be frustrating for users because they are expecting to see the content of the web page.
  • An update on CSV download scripts

    Google Webmaster Central
    31 Aug 2015 | 4:02 am
    With the new Search Analytics API, it's now time to gradually say goodbye to the old CSV download scripts for information on queries & rankings. We'll be turning off access to these downloads on October 20, 2015. These download scripts have helped various sites & tools to get information on queries, impressions, clicks, and rankings over the years. However, they didn't use the new Search Analytics data, and relied on the deprecated Client Login API. Farewell, CSV downloads, you've served us (and many webmasters!) well, but it's time to move on. We're already seeing lots of usage with…
  • #NoHacked: Fixing the Injected Gibberish URL Hack

    Google Webmaster Central
    24 Aug 2015 | 9:52 am
    Today in our #NoHacked campaign, we’ll be discussing how to fix the injected gibberish URL hack we wrote about last week. Even if your site is not infected with this specific type of hack, many of these steps can be helpful for fixing other types of hacks. Follow along with discussions on Twitter and Google+ using the #NoHacked tag. (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4)Temporarily Take your Site OfflineTreating your SiteChecking your .htaccess fileIdentifying other malicious filesRemoving malicious contentIdentifying and Fixing the VulnerabilityNext StepsAppendixTemporarily Take your Site…
  • #NoHacked: Identifying and Diagnosing Injected Gibberish URL Hacking

    Google Webmaster Central
    17 Aug 2015 | 9:53 am
    Today in our #NoHacked campaign, we’ll be discussing how to identify and diagnose a trending hack. Even if your site is not infected with this specific type of hack, many of these steps can be helpful for other types of hacks. Next week, we’ll be following up with a post about fixing this hack. Follow along with discussions on Twitter and Google+ using the #NoHacked tag. (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3)Identifying SymptomsGibberish pagesCloakingMonitoring your Site Looking for a surge in website traffic Tracking your site appearance in search results Signing up for alerts from…
  • #NoHacked: Using two-factor authentication to protect your site

    Google Webmaster Central
    10 Aug 2015 | 9:47 am
    Today in our #nohacked campaign, we’ll be talking about two-factor authentication. Follow along with discussions on Twitter and Google+ using the #NoHacked tag. (Part 1, Part 2)There was once a time when having a relatively strong password or answering a security question was a reasonable way to protect your online accounts. However, according to a study from Stop Badware, stolen credentials is a common way for hackers to compromise websites. Additionally, even reputable sites can fall victim to hacking, potentially exposing your personal data like passwords to attackers.Fortunately,…
 
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    Google Developers Blog

  • Docker and Containers: Coffee With A Googler meets Brian Dorsey

    Gary Lewis
    31 Aug 2015 | 2:15 pm
    Posted by Laurence Moroney, Developer Advocate If you’ve worked with Web or cloud tech over the last 18 months, you’ll have heard about Containers and about how they let you spend more time on building software, instead of managing infrastructure. In this episode of Coffee with a Googler, we chat with Brian Dorsey into the benefits of using Containers in Google Cloud Platform for simplifying infrastructure management. Important discussion topics covered in this episode include: Containers improve the developer experience. Regardless of how large the final deployment is, they are there to…
  • Angular 1 and Angular 2 integration: the path to seamless upgrade

    Gary Lewis
    28 Aug 2015 | 12:05 pm
    Originally posted on the Angular blog. Posted by, Misko Hevery, Software Engineer, Angular Have an existing Angular 1 application and are wondering about upgrading to Angular 2? Well, read on and learn about our plans to support incremental upgrades. Summary Good news! We're enabling mixing of Angular 1 and Angular 2 in the same application.You can mix Angular 1 and Angular 2 components in the same view.Angular 1 and Angular 2 can inject services across frameworks.Data binding works across frameworks. Why Upgrade? Angular 2 provides many benefits over Angular 1 including dramatically better…
  • Learn app monetization best practices with Udacity and Google

    Gary Lewis
    26 Aug 2015 | 10:17 am
    Posted by, Ido Green, Developer Advocate There is no higher form of user validation than having customers support your product with their wallets. However, the path to a profitable business is not necessarily an easy one. There are many strategies to pick from and a lot of little things that impact the bottom line. If you are starting a new business (or thinking how to improve the financial situation of your current startup), we recommend this course we've been working on with Udacity! This course blends instruction with real-life examples to help you effectively develop, implement, and…
  • Breaking the SQL Barrier: Google BigQuery User-Defined Functions

    Gary Lewis
    25 Aug 2015 | 8:55 am
    Posted by, Thomas Park, Senior Software Engineer, Google BigQuery Many types of computations can be difficult or impossible to express in SQL. Loops, complex conditionals, and non-trivial string parsing or transformations are all common examples. What can you do when you need to perform these operations but your data lives in a SQL-based Big data tool? Is it possible to retain the convenience and speed of keeping your data in a single system, when portions of your logic are a poor fit for SQL? Google BigQuery is a fully managed, petabyte-scale data analytics service that uses SQL as its query…
  • Beacons, the Internet of things, and more: Coffee with Timothy Jordan

    Gary Lewis
    21 Aug 2015 | 4:31 pm
    Posted by Laurence Moroney, Developer Advocate In this episode of Coffee With a Googler, Laurence meets with Developer Advocate Timothy Jordan to talk about all things Ubiquitous Computing at Google. Learn about the platforms and services that help developers reach their users wherever it makes sense. We discuss Brillo, which extends the Android Platform to 'Internet of Things' embedded devices, as well as Weave, which is a services layer that helps all those devices work together seamlessly. We also chat about beacons and how they can give context to the world around you, making the user…
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    Official Google Australia Blog

  • Google’s look, evolved

    Johnny Luu
    1 Sep 2015 | 5:43 pm
    Google has changed a lot over the past 17 years—from the range of our products to the evolution of their look and feel. And today we’re changing things up once again:   So why are we doing this now? Once upon a time, Google was one destination that you reached from one device: a desktop PC. These days, people interact with Google products across many different platforms, apps and devices—sometimes all in a single day. You expect Google to help you whenever and wherever you need it, whether it’s on your mobile phone, TV, watch, the dashboard in your car, and yes, even a…
  • The $50 billion opportunity for Australia’s small businesses

    Johnny Luu
    16 Aug 2015 | 12:00 pm
    Sue Broughton runs Casa Di Natura, a day spa in the Sunshine Coast hinterland. The remote location of her business meant she couldn’t rely on drop-in traffic, so Sue turned to online marketing - and is now booked out weeks in advance.With a steady stream of customers, Sue Broughton can relax (almost) as much as her guests Not every small business owner is as digitally savvy as Sue - and they are missing out. We teamed up with PwC to understand more, and their Small Business, Digital Growth report found that Australian small businesses stand to generate $49.2 billion of economic…
  • PhD fellowships to support the cutting edge of computer science research in Australia

    Johnny Luu
    4 Aug 2015 | 8:22 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. In our most recent round three Australians have been recognised for their outstanding efforts.Bahar Salehi, Google Australia Fellowship in Natural Language Processing (University of Melbourne, Computing and Information Systems) Research Proposal Title: Flexible Language-Independent Multiword Expression Analysis. Bahar owes her interest in computer science to early exposure to games…
  • Hump day is here. You need a coffee, a muffin, and some beats to keep you going.

    Johnny Luu
    4 Aug 2015 | 7:12 pm
    It’s early Wednesday morning. You’re desperately looking for a way to get motivated as you crawl out from under your doona to catch the early train to Flinders Street Station.How about some music to ease into the day? Or maybe you’d rather just go back to bed? Starting today, it’s easier to find the right music for every moment of your day with new curated playlists based on what you’re doing.If you’re a Google Play Music subscriber in Australia, next time you open the app you’ll be prompted to play music for a particular mood or activity. Each station has been handcrafted —…
  • $1 million to creating moments that inspire young Australians with careers in STEM

    Johnny Luu
    30 Jul 2015 | 3:02 pm
    When we talk with successful people working in the fields of science, technology, engineering and maths, we often hear a similar story: that one special moment, program or person that inspired them along the way. These are the kind of moments that stir curiosity, feed a long-held thirst for knowledge, or ignite some unknown passion.For students, it could be a classroom visit from a software engineer, an after-school program on robotics, or an excursion to laboratory or science museum that opens up young minds to the diverse career opportunities offered by science and tech.We think these…
 
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  • Demystifying AdSense policies with John Brown: What to do if you receive a warning message (Part 4)

    John A.Smith
    25 Aug 2015 | 9:00 am
    Editor’s note: John Brown, the Head of Publisher Policy Communications, is explaining what to do if you receive a policy warning message.In this post, I’d like to talk about policy warning messages and what steps you should take if you receive one. I’ll also answer some of the most common questions around warning messages.What is a warning message?We send out warning messages to our publishers if their site, or a page of their site, violates our AdSense policies. For minor policy violations that can be fixed fairly easily, our first step is to issue a warning.Where can I see my warning…
  • [Infographic] Hindi content is key to growing an audience in India

    John A.Smith
    12 Aug 2015 | 9:30 pm
    Late last year we announced Hindi as the first Indic language supported by AdSense. It means you can earn money by displaying Google AdSense ads on Hindi webpages.But why does Hindi matter? If you have a large user base in India; or you’re looking to grow in this strategic emerging market; catering your content to Hindi speakers is key. Check out this infographic to learn more:Keen to start creating? Here are our top five tips for publishing Hindi content online:1. Create Hindi content that is unique and provides value to your users.Check out Google Trends in Search and YouTube to see…
  • Increasing advertiser competition on your site with the new richer text ads

    Yigit Yucel
    6 Aug 2015 | 9:00 am
    To help you make more money for your image-only ad units, we previously launched the magazine ad format. Today, we’re happy to introduce richer text ads, a new ad format that automatically creates image ads from text ads. The new richer text ads compete both for your text and display, and display-only ad units and could increase your earnings even more.This new ad format, inspired by material design, adheres closely to the advertiser’s brand by using their logos and brand colors. This enables brand advertisers who are particularly sensitive to how their text advertisements are displayed…
  • Introducing a new user consent policy

    John A.Smith
    27 Jul 2015 | 8:02 am
    Today we’re launching a new user consent policy. This policy requires publishers with site visitors from the European Union to ask their permission for using their data.Why are we doing this?European Union data protection authorities requested some changes to current practices for obtaining end user consents. It has always been Google’s policy to comply with privacy laws, so we’ve agreed to make certain changes affecting our own products and partners using Google products.What do you need to do?If your websites are getting visitors from any of the countries in the European…
  • Demystifying AdSense policies with John Brown: Understand your traffic (Part 3)

    John A.Smith
    21 Jul 2015 | 10:59 am
    Editor’s note: John Brown, the Head of Publisher Policy Communications, is sharing insights about understanding your traffic and how you can prevent invalid activity.Last week, I explained why we take invalid activity seriously and how AdSense policies protect users, advertisers and publishers. This week, I’d like to give you some tips to help you keep your account in good standing.What can you do as a publisher?Here are some best practices to prevent invalid activity on your site:Understand your traffic and site visitors by breaking down your traffic reports into meaningful…
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    Google Public Policy Blog

  • Creating Value For Consumers From Unused TV Channels

    Google Public Policy Blog
    13 Aug 2015 | 8:00 am
    Posted by Staci Pies, Public Policy and Government Relations CounselModern wireless devices, from smartphones to tablets to wearable technologies, often rely on access to both a licensed cellular connection and unlicensed Wi-Fi for access to the Internet. Indeed, this access to both licensed and unlicensed airwaves has powered the mobile revolution to date.That’s why we’re happy that as the FCC moves forward with its plan to auction more airwaves for licensed mobile use in the 600 MHz band, it has also made progress toward the goal of making three channels in this band available…
  • How policymakers can support broadband abundance

    Google Public Policy Blog
    22 Jul 2015 | 8:35 am
    Posted by Staci Pies, Public Policy and Government Relations CounselNearly three years ago, Nick Budidharma, an 18­ year­ old game developer, drove with his parents from Hilton Head, S.C., to live in a “hacker home” that’s connected to the Google Fiber network. Synthia Payne relocated from Denver to launch a startup that aims to let musicians play together in real­-time online. Kansas City -- America’s first Google Fiber city -- has been transformed.Today, Google Fiber continues to make the Internet faster and more accessible to more people across the country. Michael Slinger,…
  • Google, the Wassenaar Arrangement, and vulnerability research

    Google Public Policy Blog
    20 Jul 2015 | 11:07 am
    Posted by Neil Martin, Export Compliance Counsel, Google Legal & Tim Willis, Hacker Philanthropist, Chrome Security TeamCross-posted on the Google Online Security BlogAs the usage and complexity of software grows, the importance of security research has grown with it. It’s through diligent research that we uncover and fix bugs — like Heartbleed and POODLE — that can cause serious security issues for web users around the world.The time and effort it takes to uncover bugs is significant, and the marketplace for these vulnerabilities is competitive. That’s why we provide cash…
  • Improving patent quality one search at a time

    Google Public Policy Blog
    16 Jul 2015 | 6:24 am
    Good patents support innovation while bad patents hinder it. Bad patents drive up costs for innovative companies that must choose between paying undeserved license fees or staggering litigation costs. That’s why today we are excited to launch a new version of Google Patents, which has the power to improve patent quality by helping experts and the public find the most relevant references for judging whether a patent is valid.The ability to search for the most relevant references--the best prior art--is more important today than ever. Patent filings have steadily increased with 600,000…
  • “Revenge porn” and Search

    Google Public Policy Blog
    19 Jun 2015 | 10:00 am
    by Amit Singhal, SVP, Google SearchWe’ve heard many troubling stories of “revenge porn”: an ex-partner seeking to publicly humiliate a person by posting private images of them, or hackers stealing and distributing images from victims’ accounts. Some images even end up on “sextortion” sites that force people to pay to have their images removed.Our philosophy has always been that Search should reflect the whole web. But revenge porn images are intensely personal and emotionally damaging, and serve only to degrade the victims—predominantly women. So going forward, we’ll honor…
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    Google Earth Blog

  • Art from Google Earth imagery and the Google Maps/Earth TOS

    Timothy Whitehead
    2 Sep 2015 | 2:29 am
    We recently came across two stories in the news about people creating art from Google Earth imagery. The first is this one about Mishka Henner. His work appears to consist of unaltered screen shots from Google Earth, either of aesthetically pleasing locations or collections of places of particular interest, such as “51 U.S. Military Outposts”. The article also mentions that to make high resolution images he takes hundreds of screen shots and laboriously stitches them together to make a final image. There are actually ways to automate this sort of thing, however, as we will discuss further…
  • Satellite imagery strips and degrees of latitude and longitude

    Timothy Whitehead
    1 Sep 2015 | 2:31 am
    After creating a global map of historical imagery density last week, we have been experimenting with higher resolution versions for a small area. High resolution historical imagery density Latitude 0°-15° Longitude 0°-20°. As you can see above, there is a curious pattern of vertical and horizontal lines. At first we thought this was an artifact of the way the Google Earth plugin reports historical imagery, as is the case over the oceans, but on further investigation we found it has to do with the way satellite imagery is collected. We were aware of this, but don’t think we have…
  • The best of Google Earth for August 2015

    Timothy Whitehead
    31 Aug 2015 | 2:41 am
    Google has not released any ‘satellite imagery update maps’ since the introduction of the ‘Voyager layer’ at the end of June. Google has, however, been pushing out satellite imagery and there are images captured in August in Google Earth, but without the ‘imagery update’ maps, it can be hard to find. Google took an unusual two week break from releasing 3D imagery in the first half of August, but has been releasing more since then. We are a little behind on updating our KML, but we haven’t forgotten it, so bear with us. We have added quite a lot of…
  • Historical imagery density: Part 3 – two hotspots

    Timothy Whitehead
    28 Aug 2015 | 3:47 am
    Earlier this week we showed you our historical imagery density map. Looking at the map a number of hotspots are immediately apparent. However, many of these hotspots result from anomalies in the way the Google Earth plugin reports the information, as well as the settings we used when collecting the data. There are, however, some genuine hotspots that we were not previously aware of. Today we will look at just two of them. The first is Maiduguri, Nigeria. A seemingly unremarkable spot when first looked at in Google Earth, it is estimated to have a population of over a million and is a key…
  • Crossing the antimeridian Google Earth

    Timothy Whitehead
    27 Aug 2015 | 2:30 am
    When creating the heatmap for yesterdays post we discovered some things that we think are worth sharing. Every point on Earth’s surface can be located with a latitude and longitude. In decimal format these range from -90° to 90° latitude and -180° to 180° longitude. We needed to draw a polygon that goes across the antimeridian (the line at -180° / 180° longitude). We did think ahead and included in our code appropriate conversion to ensure that the coordinates stayed within the correct range. We were surprised to discover that Google Earth drew the polygons wrapped all the way…
 
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    Real Estate Made Simple

  • A Guide To Buying At Auctions (Part 2)

    Henry Mccarthy
    26 Aug 2015 | 10:42 pm
    Last week, I talked about the preparation needed before buying property at an auction. This time, I’ll be wrapping up this series by sharing with you some tips on what to do on auction day. The Early Bird Gets The Worm During auction day, make it a point to arrive early at the venue. When you arrive before the other bidders, not only will you get a seat within the purview of the auctioneer, but you will also get a chance to familiarise yourself with the auction room. Remember, the venue gets crowded pretty easily. If you arrive late, you’ll get lost in the sea of people in the room. Now…
  • A Guide To Buying At Auctions (Part 1)

    Henry Mccarthy
    23 Aug 2015 | 6:13 pm
    I’ve talked about how to buy property for quite some time, but I noticed just recently that I haven’t shared with you folks the process of buying properties at an auction. That is why for the next two weeks, I’ll be guiding you through the two phases of this process. Today, I’m sharing with you the first phase, which is preparing for auction day. Preparation is key to successful property transactions and I hope that these tips will help you make the winning bid. Looking for the right property In order to buy property at an auction, the first task you have to do is find out where the…
  • Low Cost Ideas To Stage Your House Like A Professional

    Henry Mccarthy
    9 Aug 2015 | 7:01 pm
    Appearance is everything when it comes to selling property. Unfortunately, not all properties for sale are pleasing to the eyes and some need a little sprucing up before they can attract the right buyer. This is where staging comes in. People referred to as professional stagers clean and spruce up your property to give it more qualities that are pleasing to a pool of buyers. The only problem is that these services don’t come cheap. So if you want to give your property an affordable facelift, why not try these cheap tips on how to stage a property for sale: Give your house a good scrub…
  • How To Market Your House Correctly

    Henry Mccarthy
    30 Jul 2015 | 9:10 pm
    Not a lot of people are aware that marketing is like a silent partner of many property sellers out there. Without a good property marketing plan, there’s a big chance that you won’t sell a house. So if you want to improve your chances in the cut-throat real estate industry; read and apply the following tips today! Create effective advertisements These days, advertising plays a big role in selling houses (and every product possible out there for that matter). However, most people assume that to get the word out more effectively, the more they have to spend on multiple media. The notion is…
  • Have You Talked To Your Agent Lately?

    Henry Mccarthy
    12 Jul 2015 | 8:34 pm
    Many sellers neglect to check on their chosen estate agents, since they think that these people will just follow through with their promises without any supervision. After all, the main reason why you are working with an agent is to alleviate yourself from the burden of having to market your property and look for buyers, right? Unfortunately, there are times when you need to keep close contact with your agent. If your house has been on the market for a while now without any potential buyers in sight, then it’s about time to ring up your estate agent and ask them the real deal on your…
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  • Plus codes: A new way to help pinpoint places on the map

    Lat Long
    12 Aug 2015 | 2:35 pm
    The Adventure Crafts Glassmart in Kibera, Kenya, has the address: Stall No. 164, Makina Stalls, Kibera Drive, Located close to the Toi Market. There is no traditional address system in Kibera, so no easy number-and-street identifier. Nothing easy to plug into your phone. So, say you wanted to visit the shop: How would you go about finding it? Last April we released a new system to help provide an address for every location in the world, called Open Location Code (OLC, also known as “plus codes”). Today, plus codes are now searchable on Google and Google Maps. Plus codes are a useful way…
  • A journey of 5,000km begins with a single steppe

    Lat Long
    22 Jul 2015 | 9:00 pm
    With more than 250 sunny days a year (that’s about 100 more than you’d get in bright Portland), Mongolia is known by many as the "land of the eternal blue sky.” Now you can take in some of these beautiful Mongolian blues with new Street View imagery, which takes you across 5,000km of the country’s steppes, deserts, icy lakes and rushing rivers. Last fall we strapped a Street View camera onto a four-wheel drive pickup truck to begin capturing 360-imagery from rugged Mongolian roads. Since then we’ve also gone off-road to capture images of the country’s most beautiful places with…
  • Your Timeline: Revisiting the world that you’ve explored

    Lat Long
    21 Jul 2015 | 4:15 pm
    Have you ever wanted a way to easily remember all the places you’ve been -- whether it’s a museum you visited during your last vacation or that fun bar you stumbled upon a few months ago? Well, starting today, Google Maps can help. We’re gradually rolling out Your Timeline, a useful way to remember and view the places you’ve been on a given day, month or year. Your Timeline allows you to visualize your real-world routines, easily see the trips you’ve taken and get a glimpse of the places where you spend your time. And if you use Google Photos, we’ll show the photos you took when…
  • The Trekker Loan Program turns two!

    Lat Long
    8 Jul 2015 | 9:00 am
    Two years ago, we started the Trekker Loan Program, where we invite partners to help us gather Street View imagery of many breathtaking places around the world. Since then, we've added imagery from a vast variety of locations -- from natural wonders right in organizations backyards to hard-to-reach sites we would never have been able to access by ourselves.Now with a tap of your finger or the click of your mouse, you can hike through the glorious mountainside in Spain with Generalitat de Catalunya, walk the pilgrimage route of Kumano Kodo in Japan with the Mie Kumano-kodo Society of Commerce…
  • California dreamin’ with Street View

    Lat Long
    30 Jun 2015 | 6:00 am
    What better place to venture this summer than sunny California? Starting today, you’ll be able to explore hundreds of new locations across the Golden State with Street View in Google Maps. So whether you’re sipping cabernet sauvignon in Napa, dipping in the Pacific Ocean, or hiking through the redwoods, you’ll get a peek of what awaits you along Route 101.California boasts more than three thousand wineries across the state, and is known for its varietals ranging from buttery chardonnays to big-time zins. Aspiring sommeliers, wine enthusiasts or just those who love a good view can now…
 
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  • Native Gmail ads arrive in AdWords for all advertisers

    Rob Newton
    1 Sep 2015 | 1:00 pm
    Email is a big part of our everyday routines as a go-to place for staying in touch with family, friends and colleagues. It’s also a great way to get the latest updates from our favorite brands, whether we’re hearing about a huge weekend sale, getting deals on vacation packages, or learning about a new cutting-edge product. For several years, we’ve been working with advertisers to extend their email marketing strategies and test ways to bring more relevant offers to users with native Gmail ads1. Starting today, these native Gmail ads are now available for all advertisers directly in…
  • Highlight a specific aspect of your products or services with structured snippet extensions

    Rob Newton
    27 Aug 2015 | 12:59 pm
    Earlier this year, we introduced dynamic structured snippets. This automated ad extension gives your customers a better sense of the content on your website before they click on your ad. Whether it’s highlighting a list of hotel amenities or top clothing brands, dynamic structured snippets make your search ads more relevant and helpful while saving you time and simplifying campaign management.Over the past few months, many of you have been seeing tremendous success with dynamic structured snippets. And we’ve heard that you sometimes want to customize the information that shows in this…
  • Beautiful New Designs for Full-Screen In-App Ads

    Rob Newton
    27 Aug 2015 | 10:48 am
    Nearly 60% of smartphone users expect their favorite apps to look visually appealing. We’ve always believed that in-app ads can enhance an app’s overall experience by being well designed. So today we’re announcing a completely new look for our interstitial in-app ad formats - also known as full-screen ads - that run on apps in the AdMob network and DoubleClick Ad Exchange. Inspired by Material Design, the new app install interstitial comes with a beautiful cover photo, a round install button, and matching color schemes. Technology called “color extraction” makes the ads more…
  • Best Practices: Improve the performance of your DSA campaigns

    Rob Newton
    20 Aug 2015 | 1:03 pm
    Dynamic Search Ads are driving great results for businesses, and, as we announced last month, DSA is now more powerful than ever.As you reach all sorts of interested users via Dynamic Search Ads, we’ve created a Best Practices checklist to help you get the most out of DSA.  Beyond Keywords, a checklist for optimizing Dynamic Search Ads, is loaded with recommendations and tips, such as:Why you should create targeting groups based on user behaviorHow to exclude traffic you don’t want capturedWhich tactics to combine with DSA to improve performanceReview the checklist and start…
  • Introducing automated extension for shopping ads (PLAs)

    Rob Newton
    19 Aug 2015 | 7:01 am
    We’re constantly looking for ways to give thoughtful, relevant information as shoppers browse, compare and research during their I-Want-to-Know moments. At the same time, we want to help you differentiate your products and stand out on Google.Promotional text, an optional message added to your ad groups in AdWords, was part of our first efforts to do just that. We noticed many of you use promotional text to highlight special offers or free shipping, so today, we’re excited to introduce new automated extensions for shopping ads (PLAs).Automated extension for shopping adsThese new…
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  • Google's New Colorful Favicon

    Alex Chitu
    1 Sep 2015 | 11:36 pm
    Google has a new logo, but it also has a new favicon. It's now a capital G that uses the four Google colors: blue, red, yellow and green.Here's a screenshot that shows the old favicon launched in 2012 and the new one:This is the new favicon, which is also used as an icon for Google Search:You can find it in Google's app launcher and soon in Chrome's app launcher and in Android, as an icon for the Google Search app.
  • Google Photos, The New Home for Your Private Photos

    Alex Chitu
    1 Sep 2015 | 11:20 pm
    I've clicked the Photos link from the Google+ navigation menu. The page redirected to Google Photos and it displayed a new message:"Welcome to Google Photos, the new home for all your private photos. The photos you've shared on Google+ are still available in the photos tab of your Google+ profile."The message links to https://plus.google.com/me/photos, which is the photos tab from your Google Profile. Until now, Google Photos linked to Google+ Photos, bypassing the redirect.You can still go to Google+ Photos using this link: https://plus.google.com/photos/highlights, but I don't know for how…
  • New Mobile Google Homepage

    Alex Chitu
    1 Sep 2015 | 10:47 pm
    Google's mobile homepage looks different. The tabs for web search and image search are now blue and you can finally use the app launcher. Just click the grid icon to see the same app launcher from the desktop site. Many shortcuts will open the corresponding mobile apps instead of the mobile sites.For now, the app launcher is only available from the Google homepage and from Google Image Search's homepage.Google has recently changed the color of the tabs from red to blue for both the desktop site and the mobile site. There's now a bigger Google logo at the top of the page and the header…
  • The New Google Logo in Google Maps

    Alex Chitu
    1 Sep 2015 | 2:20 pm
    The new Google logo stands out more. The latest version of the Google Maps app for Android replaced the gray Google logo from the bottom left corner with a bigger logo that's now colorful.Here's a screenshot from an old version of Google Maps. You need to look carefully to see the logo at the bottom:This screenshot is from the latest version of the Google Maps app. The new logo doesn't blend in with the map and it's more distracting.A similar logo was also added to the desktop site:
  • App Launcher Shortcut for Google Inbox

    Alex Chitu
    1 Sep 2015 | 12:42 pm
    Ever wanted to quickly switch between Gmail and Inbox? You can add Inbox to Google's app launcher: just go to inbox.google.com, click the grid icon at the top of the page and then click "add a shortcut". Drag and drop the icon to change its position.I placed the Inbox shortcut next to Gmail's shortcut.Inbox has a setting that lets you redirect Gmail to inbox.google.com, just in case you want to switch to Inbox.
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  • Google Maps Improves Navigation UI and adds ‘Popular Times’ to its Android App

    Richard
    1 Sep 2015 | 1:36 pm
    Last month, Google launched a new feature called ‘Popular Times’ that allows users to find out when is the best time to visit certain places or avoid them because they might be too crowded. However, and although everyone thought that the Popular Times feature was the perfect fit for Google Maps, it was only available […]
  • Google Maps Brings Transit Directions to Nairobi

    Richard
    28 Aug 2015 | 1:03 pm
    On Wednesday, Google announced that from now on Nairobi residents and visitors to the city can start taking advantage of Google Maps to plan their routes for free when using public transportation. That’s right, transit directions are now available in Kenya thanks to a partnership between Google and Digital Matatus (a Kenya based startup that […]
  • MapQuest Updates its Free and Open License

    Richard
    26 Aug 2015 | 12:54 pm
    MapQuest recently updated its Free & Open license, and as a developer here are some things that you should know about upcoming changes that could potentially affect your application. For starters, the company is moving to a new licensing structure, and once the transition is complete users will have to sign up for one of […]
  • Google Maps for Android Update Lets You Access Street View in an Easier Way

    Richard
    25 Aug 2015 | 12:36 pm
    The Google Maps app for Android was recently updated to version 9.13.0 (keep in mind that the version varies with device), and as expected, the update brings important improvements, new features, and bug fixes. A lot of people like to use Google’s popular Street View feature to check out places they’re about to visit and […]
  • Google Shuts Down Views and Transfers its Features to Google Maps

    Richard
    20 Aug 2015 | 1:22 pm
    Back in June, Google announced that it would be shutting down Views in mid-August and transferring its functionality to Google Maps. The company said that when Views went offline they would enable photo sphere uploads directly from the Google Maps website, and that all your photos, previously approved maps, photo spheres and constellations would still […]
 
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  • ASUS ZenWatch 2 to cost around $170, available from October

    Cam Bunton
    2 Sep 2015 | 4:25 am
    ASUS gave us an early sneak peak at its next generation ZenWatch a couple of months back, and today at IFA in Berlin, the company officially announced pricing and availability details. ASUS has stated that the ZenWatch 2 will be available in two sizes from October, with pricing in Europe starting at roughly €149 (approx $170) for the large 49mm model while the smaller, 42mm model will seemingly cost more at €169 (around $190). Screen sizes are 1.6-inches and 1.45-inches respectively and they’ll be available to buy from October. Although different in size, both 49mm and 43mm watches…
  • Lenovo and Acer refresh Chromebook lineups at IFA 2015

    Cam Bunton
    2 Sep 2015 | 4:06 am
    Both Acer and Lenovo have updated their Chromebook lineups at IFA 2015 in Berlin today, and both are looking to offer decent products at attractive price points. Acer announced the new R11 Chromebook in a bid to compete with the convertible ASUS Chromebook Flip, while Lenovo unveiled the budget-friendly Chromebook 100S. ACER Chromebook R11 Acer’s Chromebook R11 is the company’s first convertible notebook, with a durable hinge which has the ability to rotate 360-degrees. It’s designed to work in four modes: laptop, pad, display and tent modes. It’s powered by an Intel…
  • Acer Predator 8 gaming tablet announced: Octa-core, 4GB RAM, 21MP camera and four speakers coming soon for $299

    Cam Bunton
    2 Sep 2015 | 3:36 am
    Acer unveiled a range of ‘Predator’ branded products at its conference this morning, including a quick teaser of an incredibly powerful smartphone. While that was only teased, the company has officially announced the Predator 8, a small, but powerful 8-inch tablet running Android 5.1 Lollipop. It’ll be available in 2-3 weeks time. From first impressions, it sure seems like a lot of bang for your buck …  Acer’s Predator 8 tablet boasts an octa-core Intel X7 processor paired with a generous 4GB RAM. It has a serious 21MP camera on the back, and 4 front-facing…
  • Acer just teased a beast: Predator 6 smartphone has 10-core processor, 4 loudspeakers, 4GB RAM and more…

    Cam Bunton
    2 Sep 2015 | 3:07 am
    As part of its IFA announcement this morning, Acer teased an upcoming product which could have any spec-hungry smartphone fans drooling with desire. It didn’t give all the details, but what it did share is enough to get us to stand up and pay attention. Acer’s Predator 6 smartphone will feature a ridiculous deca-core (10 cores!) MediaTek Helio X20 with 4GB RAM and four front-facing speakers. This is designed to be a mobile gaming power-house. Its internal specs are made to handle even the most intensive gaming, while the four speakers will create an immersive experience. If that…
  • Shatterproof Moto X Force leaks again ahead of rumored December release

    Chance Miller
    1 Sep 2015 | 8:52 pm
    Notorious Twitter leaker @upleaks has this evening shared more images of an unannounced Motorola phone. The device is allegedly called the Moto X Force and carries the codename “Bounce” within Motorola. The first image and specs of the device leaked earlier this week, with Upleaks claiming that the device would launch to the public sometime in December. The Moto X force allegedly features a 5.43″ QHD display, Snapdragon 810 MSM8994 processor, 32GB and 64GB storage tiers, 3 GB of RAM, a 21-megapixel main camera, a 5-megapixel front-facing shooter, and a 3760mAh battery. The…
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  • Verizon LG G Vista receives Lollipop update

    Joe
    1 Sep 2015 | 7:40 am
    Although the LG G Vista has been announced quite some time back, it seems like LG has yet to forget about its existence. Today, Verizon has confirmed that they are prepping the Android 5.1.1 Lollipop update for this device and should be able to roll out by the end of this month. Of course, many people have never thought that this device will ever receive such a massive update this time round – since it hasn’t even receive the Android 5.0 update and went straight to Android 5.1.1. The official update documentation is already available at Verizon’s website so feel free to hit…
  • Samsung begin rolling out Android 5.1.1 update to the European Galaxy Note 4

    Joe
    29 Aug 2015 | 10:24 am
    It seems like Samsung has finally begin rolling out the much anticipated Android 5.1.1 update for their Galaxy Note 4 phablets earlier today. European countries are expected to be the first region to receive this update, after reports confirmed that the update has arrived in Sweden earlier today via OTA update. This treat come just 2 months after the Korean manufacturer begun a soak test for the SM-N910C version in Russia. Since this update comes with a massive 1.8GB file size, do make sure you’re connected to the Wi-Fi before updating your device! The post Samsung begin rolling out…
  • Upcoming iPhone 6S to come with 12MP camera?

    Marc
    28 Aug 2015 | 9:07 am
    As the day edges towards September 9th, more and more leaked details of the upcoming iPhone 6S seems to be surfaced around the web. Today, a new rumor seems to suggest that the iPhone 6S will finally be coming with a major upgrade for its rear shooter this time round – having not seen any significant improvement since 2011. According to various sources, the upcoming flagship will be coming with a 12MP back camera capable of shooting videos with 4K resolution. Furthermore, the new Apple A9 SoC will come with an imporved ISP for better image processing. We’re not sure how true this…
  • Huawei Nexus Bootloader appears in the wild!

    Joe
    25 Aug 2015 | 10:51 am
    The upcoming Huawei Nexus has appeared in the wild once again! This time round, a leaked image of the device’s bootloader screen has been circulated around the web. Apparently, the Huawei Nexus will not be coming with a 4GB of RAM which what rumors have been suggesting in the past few weeks. Although the bootloader shows a 64GB internal storage, we’re pretty sure there will also be a 16GB and 32GB version of this device as well. The bootloader also confirmed that the handset will be powered by the MSM8994 SoC which is none other than the infamous Snapdragon 810 processor.  …
  • Asus Zenfone 2 Deluxe Special Edition has been unveiled in Brazil

    Steve Cox
    24 Aug 2015 | 10:46 am
    Just a few weeks ago Asus announced their latest Zenfone 2 Deluxe handset and today, they are back  to the limelight again with their new Zenfone 2 Deluxe Special Edition flagship. This incredible handset was unveiled earlier today in Brazil. The only difference between the Special Edition version and the normal Zenfone 2 Deluxe handset lies in their internal storage space. For the Special Edition version, the device come with a whopping 256GB storage onboard, which could be further expanded via SD card up to another 128GB. We’re not sure whether this device will be exclusive to the…
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  • How to improve your video SEO on YouTube

    25 Aug 2015 | 9:56 am
    Well, the answer might be – a non-existent or a flawed Video SEO (Search Engine Optimization) strategy. For the uninitiated- Video SEO is a technique that can help optimize video content for search engine traffic. To get views on YouTube, your video should be easily searchable. And to make sure that your video is search aligned, you should follow some of the best practices that I share here in this blog. 5 Best practices to improve your Video SEO: 1. Keep the filename meaningfulThe filename of the video should resonate with the content within it. It should be easy on the eyes and not too…
  • Marketing Twitter Become a Power of Your Website

    26 Jun 2015 | 11:05 am
    With the development of technology has now advanced age and the subject of the modern world to improve the well-being that have been found to be perfect. Why is that? Therefore, in today's marketing world has positive influence by providing different platforms and are already available on the internet. So that the businessman can utilize social media as a tool to help in the marketing and sales worldwide. There are several tools to improve online marketing. However, at this point a lot of social media which is found as a first step to promote the most appropriate site and very easy. This,…
  • How to Choose The Most Appropriate Font for Websites

    26 Jun 2015 | 10:54 am
    With the times, a lot of the font list that is growing more. Currently there are hundreds of thousands of different fonts in every day. With the font, then we can use these fonts for your website. However, on the other hand we choose the most appropriate fonts for websites is not easy. However, when we have the desire to try to use, then we can do well. Lots of experts bloggers who always design to create fonts with a more unique style models. So it would be easier to help the beginner bloggers who are still in need and can not make it. The benefits of using fonts on the website can avoid the…
  • Selling Ad Space in Your Blog for Earning Money

    25 Jun 2015 | 9:09 am
    A simple way to earn money from your blog or website is by providing an ad space for those who want to advertise their products. While you have experienced putting AdSense to your blog and earn money, now you can reverse it by providing an ad space for advertising. Surely this is not easy because firstly you need to have a high traffic website or blog first to make the advertiser want to use the space in your website for advertising their products. Without a high traffic website, your ad space will not be used by any advertiser.Read more »
  • Things to Consider When Looking for the Best Web Design Company

    25 Jun 2015 | 9:02 am
    Websites are the calling cards of every online venture that you should be proud of! It should provide relevant information along with pleasant viewing to all its users, achieved through quality web development and designing services. With advancements in the field of internet marketing and web technologies, now the market is over-flooded with avowedly best web design company. Therefore, selection of a good web designing company has become a tricky task. However, there are many determinants based on which a probable decision is reasonable as well as worth the value of your hard earned money.
 
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  • All GTA Cities Included On One Map

    Chirag Kwatra
    6 Aug 2015 | 10:00 pm
    This map comes via Reddit user VermillionDemonFox, who uploaded it to the Grand Theft Auto subreddit. For those most familiar with the latest game, GTA V, you can find that map on the lower left portion of the world. Los Santos is in the Southwest corner, with the rest of Blaine County stretching north along the coast. Further north is the city of San Fierro, the San Francisco-inspired city found in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. Moving eastward through the desert, we eventually get to Las Venturas. As also found in GTA: San Andreas, Las Venturas served as a stand-in for Las Vegas. The only…
  • GTA V Mod Is Trying To Turn PC Version Into An RPG

    Chirag Kwatra
    3 Aug 2015 | 12:15 am
    GTA V Mod Is Trying To Turn PC Version Into An RPG. All your favorite games either its GTA V or role-playing video games. That’s really amazing for us. Together in one place. It’s slowly happening, all thanks to a person who doesn’t work at Rockstar. GTA: RPG is the work of LogicSpawn, a modder out of the UK who’s doing the hard work of adding skill trees, new contracts and dialogue interfaces to Rockstar’s giant open world sandbox. You can see some of it at work in the video above. While some of the interfaces and text are still rough and in development, it looks like…
  • Best iPhone 6s cases with free shipping in future on Gearbest

    Chirag Kwatra
    27 Jul 2015 | 12:09 am
    Gearbest the top e-Commerce website unveiled the new Iphone 6s cases with free shipping. You can buy this product in only $3.96. Gearbest has more products in New gadgets, Best selling gadgets and more categories. The main features of “New Fluorescent Series Transparent Plastic Back Case Cover of Leopard Print Pattern for iPhone 5 5S” is Transparent plastic back cover case for protecting your cellphone from scratches, Novel and stylish fluorescent design, offering your cellphone a fresh looking, Unique design allows easy access to all buttons, controls and ports without…
  • Amazing coupon deal with CouponRani: Enjoy Unbeatable Discounts Online

    Chirag Kwatra
    22 Jul 2015 | 1:43 am
    Every one of us looks for maximum discounts whenever we make a purchase. That is why EOSS, BOGO and other similar offers and sales tempt us shop more. Online shopping has become the favorite mode of shopping as we are able to save more each time we do shopping. Moreover, we can do all our shopping with just a few clicks as well. There are plenty of online stores that provide us with ample products from top notch brands at the lowest assured rates. So, why to go offline purchases when we get better goods which can be even replaced? Use of coupons, discount vouchers, promo codes etc can get you…
  • GTA 5 DLC: Stunt Races and Lamar Heist Missions for story mode revealed

    Chirag Kwatra
    20 Jul 2015 | 12:02 am
    According to a recent tweet from TezFunz, the Stunt Races are likely to be added into the game with the release of San Andreas Stunt School DLC, as the placeholders are already present in the game files. GTA 5 DLC: Stunt Races and Lamar Heist Missions for story mode revealed. The famous YouTuber DomisLive (aka Dom) has revealed new and unique details the highly-rumoured Stunt Races in the game as hinted by prolific GTA 5 tipster, Funmw2 (aka TezFunz) via Twitter. Dom suggests that Rockstar could repeat the same strategy that it did with the Flight School update by introducing a whole new…
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