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Made By Google Teases Pixel 4 Photo, Confirming A Disturbing Design

It is still months away from the revealing of the much anticipated (or not) fourth-generation Google Pixel phone, but already, the Internet is jam packed with speculations, rumors and leaks that led to a supposedly accurate render of what Google Pixel 4 will look like. Well, as it turns out, the last Google Pixel 4 render we posted wasn’t as accurate. Continue reading Made By Google Teases Pixel 4 Photo, Confirming A Disturbing Design

Google Glass Enterprise Edition 2 Now Available With Safety Frames

Google has recently introduced a follow up to its Google Glass Enterprise Edition, simply called Google Glass Enterprise Edition 2. Like Microsoft HoloLens 2, Google Glass Enterprise Edition 2 provides its wearer hands-free access to the information and tools he/she need to complete their work. With it, workers will be able to do things like access checklists, view instructions and send inspection photos or videos – all without taking their hands off whatever they are doing. Continue reading Google Glass Enterprise Edition 2 Now Available With Safety Frames

Google Nest Hub Max Packs So Many Tech That It May Give You The Creep

This is Nest Hub Max, the first product from Google’s newly-formed team, Google Nest. It is a smart hub that does pretty much JBL LINK View and Amazon Echo Show does and then some. It packs so many tech in it, that it might give you the creep. Or at least, that’s how I felt. But it could be just me being paranoid. It is a digital photo frame powered by Google Photos, it is a home view dashboard that gives an overview of your connected devices and grant you control over them, it is a life organizer, a communicator and an eye on your home when you are away. Continue reading Google Nest Hub Max Packs So Many Tech That It May Give You The Creep

Google Pixel 3a Is Official, Has No Notch And Gets The Headphone Jack

Well, the much rumored “more affordable” version of the Pixel phone, Pixel 3a, has been made official and it might just appeal to notch-haters because, it ain’t got one. But be warned though. It has some rather nasty bezels. Not just the top and chin; the sides too. Ewww… Anyhow… as with previous Pixel phones, two models are offered: a smaller Pixel 3a and a larger Pixel 3a XL. Continue reading Google Pixel 3a Is Official, Has No Notch And Gets The Headphone Jack

Google Pixel 4 Renders Surfaced And Now We Have More Questions

If Google’s new found tradition of unveiling new Pixel phone in October remain unchanged, it will be roughly another 7 months before will we get to see the new device. But this being the age of leaks, we are already picking up tidbits and even supposedly leaked CAD models that tickles our imagination. So, it is a matter of time someone round up all those leaks and create renders to give us an early look of what the Google Pixel 4 may look like. Well, render someone sure did. Continue reading Google Pixel 4 Renders Surfaced And Now We Have More Questions

Google Honors J.S. Bach With First AI-powered Google Doodle

Google search has grown so big that it has a team that specializes in creating temporary alteration of the logo on Google’s homepages to commemorate holidays, events, achievements and notable historical figures. Yes. That thing that most of us wouldn’t have paid attention anyways. It is called Google Doodle. Today’s Doodle is a little special and the first for Google. Today is the day when Baroque period composer extraordinaire, Johann Sebastian Bach, was born. Continue reading Google Honors J.S. Bach With First AI-powered Google Doodle

Google Wants You To Find Carmen Sandiego On Google Earth

Well, what do you know? Google actually wants you to find Carmen Sandiego who is lurking around Google Earth in a new Google Earth-based game. And yes, there are games on Google Earth. Well, sometimes they do. What’s the purpose, you ask? I have absolutely no idea. Marketing, perhaps? Anywho… if you did not grew up in Stateside or Europe, chances are, you won’t know who the heck is Carmen Sandiego. So here’s an excerpt from Wikipedia to bring you up to speed. Continue reading Google Wants You To Find Carmen Sandiego On Google Earth

Google’s New Gaming Platform Could End All Existing Gaming Platforms

It is safe to say most modern people’s life revolves around Google. We rely on Google to get to places. We turn to Google for information. We get entertained by it too. The list just go on and on. Thank goodness that they have sold the robotic company to Softbank, if not we would be using Google robots in future too. Anywho, as if Google haven’t already overwhelm our day to day life, it now wants a piece of video gaming too with a new video game platform called Stadia. Continue reading Google’s New Gaming Platform Could End All Existing Gaming Platforms

Oops: Google Maps Reveal Taiwan’s Most Sensitive Military Sites In 3D

Ordinary citizens may get all paranoia about Big Brother watching them, but little do they know that Big Brother may have the same worry too. Well, at least it is for Taiwan’s government, all thanks to Google Maps. Google’s new 3D maps boast unprecedented details of certain cities, including Taiwan’s most sensitive military sites that’s home to US-made Patriot missiles. Oops. Continue reading Oops: Google Maps Reveal Taiwan’s Most Sensitive Military Sites In 3D

How Home Alone Would Have Been If Kevin Had Google Assistant

I am sure we are all familiar with Home Alone (Fox, 1990), the Christmas comedy blockbuster that propelled the then 10-year-old Macaulay Culkin into super stardom. The film details how the young protagonist, Kevin McCallister, got on with day-to-day life when his parents accidentally left him alone at home and how he handled burglars hellbent in entering his home. Continue reading How Home Alone Would Have Been If Kevin Had Google Assistant