Google is full of cool tricks and its Google Doodles have become legendary. Here’s a couple of new tricks which include rolling dice and flipping a coin.
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Google’s Nexus Player is the companies most recent attempt at winning the battle for the living room. Here’s some first impressions of the new set-top box.
Google updated the Chromecast app to include a cool new feature that allows you to personalize the Chromecast with what it calls Backdrop. Here’s a look.
Roku recently announced on its blog that Google Play Movies & TV has been added to its Channel Store in the US, UK, Ireland and Canada, here’s a look.
Inbox by Gmail is Google’s latest email service for iOS, Android and Google Chrome. Here’s a quick-look at some features to expect and how to get an invite.
Google+ has a loyal community as well as some neat features that it continuously adds to the social network. Here’s a look at age and location restrictions.
The Google security settings panel hasn’t changed much lately, but it’s now easier to manage your settings by adding a handy wizard-style interface.
Quick Find is a Google Chrome extension which provides a more powerful way to search for specific words and phrases on a web page. Here’s a look.
Firefox and Chrome users can set their bookmarks on the bookmarks bar to display only the website icon and no text. This gives you room for more sites.
Google Drive has a convenient but often overlooked feature that can make your life easier. It allows you to publish your documents as a web page.
Google Apps for Business users the Hangouts plugin for Outlook 2013, allows you to chat to friends and initiate hangouts straight from Microsoft Outlook.
Google has started rolling out the option to make OK Google available everywhere on your Android device. Here’s a look at what it does and how to enable it.
Here’s a valuable lesson about not letting your domain registrations lapse without winding down all the other associated services. Don’t let this happen.
Google Now studies your phone habits and collects a lot of personal data…data you might not want it collecting. If you don’t use it, it can be turned off.