Google released its remote desktop application this week for iOS. This allows you to easily connect to your computer while on the go from iPhone or iPad.
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Google TV is officially dead and gone. This week Google quietly announced, that its Google TV technology is being shut down and replaced its Android TV.
If you recently got a new Google Nexus device, you have Android 5.0, or maybe you upgraded, whatever the case, you need to know about this hidden game.
Google already gave you a heck of a deal on Chromecast at only $35, and there are other deals that regularly appear that you’ll want to check for.
It’s not often we hear about Google search taking a page out of Microsoft’s Bing search engine playbook, but that’s what happened with song lyrics search.
Google announced Guest Mode for the Chromecast which allows friends to connect to your Chromecast without having to access your Wi-Fi password.
Google announced today that Chromecast is adding seven apps including TuneIn, Comedy Central, Sesame Street Go, Nickelodeon, EPIX, YuppTV and ENCORE Play.
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.
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.