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Google Unveils the Second-Generation Google Glass

TechComments ⋅ Oct 31, 2013
Following up on an initial rollout program which saw Google Glass hit the streets of select areas, Google has unveiled the follow-up to the wearable augmented reality device. The tech giant has outfitted Glass with a hardware update, as well as a new...

Google Nexus 5

TechComments ⋅ Oct 18, 2013
It seems tech giant Google has let slip the Nexus 5, its upcoming successor to the Nexus 4 smartphone. While yet to be officially released, we do know that the phone boasts a 1080p 4.95-inch screen, a 2.3 GHz Snapdragon processor, 4G LTE, and storage...

HP Chromebook 11

TechComments ⋅ Oct 10, 2013
Google’s latest and possibly greatest laptop (to date, of course) looks like the HP Chromebook 11 coming in at a wallet-friendly $279 USD. It’s an 11.6-inch notebook with a bright IPS display, respectable 1,366 x 768-pixel resolution, a d...

Google & Nestle Announce Android KitKat

LifestyleComments ⋅ Sep 4, 2013
It’s official, Google’s latest Android mobile operating system – previously rumored to be called the “Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie” – will be named after Nestlé’s popular chocolate wafer, the KitKat. Android 4.4 KitKat maintains the platform’s reoc...

Google Brings Internet Entertainment to Your TV with the $35 Chromecast

TechComments ⋅ Jul 25, 2013
Google recently announced the release of the Google Chromecast, a pint-sized streaming gadget priced at $35 USD and an absolute tech game changer. Selling out at the Google Play store within hours of its product announcement, the dongle acts as a str...

Google 2013 Nexus 7 Tablet

TechComments ⋅ Jul 24, 2013
Google has revealed an update to its Google Nexus 7 tablet for 2013. The Nexus 7 now features a high-resolution 7″ 1900 x 1200 IPS touchscreen, 2 GBs of RAM, up to 32 GBs of storage, and a 1.5 GHz Snapdragon S4 Pro processor, all wrapped up in...

A Look Inside Google’s Tokyo Headquarters

DesignComments ⋅ Jun 19, 2013
Fresh off a look inside of Google’s Dublin headquarters in Ireland comes a detailed look inside the web giant’s offices in the Japanese metropolis of Tokyo. Designed by Japanese firm Klein Dytham, the space appears in the district of Ropp...

Check Out Google Chrome’s Cube Slam Game

TechComments ⋅ Jun 17, 2013
Developed by Atari, Pong is notable for countless reasons, chiefly its introduction of video game technology to the masses in the 1970s. The simple tennis-esque arcade game has even been adopted by Google and is the basis for the new Google Chrome Cu...

Google Introduce Project Loon to Provide Access to the Internet Everywhere

TechComments ⋅ Jun 15, 2013
Google this week rolled out and launched 30 balloons across New Zealand to put to test a theory that would potentially provide Internet to rural areas via scattered balloons throughout the globe. The project, which is being called “Project Loon...

A Look Inside Google’s Dublin Headquarters

DesignComments ⋅ Jun 14, 2013
Thanks to Ireland’s low corporate tax rates as well as its expansive talent pool of young professionals and venture capitalists, Dublin has become a safe haven of sorts for international tech companies. Appropriately dubbed “Silicon Docks”...

The Real Google Intern’s First Week

TechComments ⋅ Jun 6, 2013
For those of you who have dreamed of working for Google given its freedom and extensive perks (a Chrome-inspired ball pit, really?) or are highly anticipating The Internship which releases this Friday, Google gives us the real life account of some of...

Google Launches All Access Music Streaming Service

TechComments ⋅ May 16, 2013
After hearing talks yesterday that Google would be opening up a music streaming service, the tech giant today made the official announcement confirming the earlier rumors. Debuted at the recent I/O Conference, the service arrives as an extension of G...

Google to Launch Subscription Music Service

TechComments ⋅ May 15, 2013
It seems as if Google will seek to add a music subscription service to their repertoire, having ostensibly secured licensing deals with Universal Music Group, Sony Music Entertainment and Warner Music Group. Public speculation began to intensify afte...

Google Landsat Time-Lapse

CultureComments ⋅ May 10, 2013
A profound testament to both human progression and the effects of industrialism, Landsat is a project involving data from eight separate satellites that have orbited the Earth since 1972. Google partnered with the project to sift through the millions...

You Most Likely Don’t Own a Pair of Google Glass, But Here’s a First-Person Rundown

TechComments ⋅ May 1, 2013
The general public has largely been shutout of the whole Google Glass phenomenon for now with only select users afforded the opportunity to put the gadget through its paces. But that hasn’t stopped Google from giving those lucky users of the la...