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No more deceptive Ads on Android under New Google Play Policies

Google(GOOG) just tightened restrictions on the acceptable behaviour of Android apps distributed through the Play store, narrowing promotional design, forcing in-app payments to be made clearer, and widening the definition of spyware to catch abuse. The new rules in place say that apps published on Google Play may not directly ...


For music lovers, Chrome now allows music uploads in the browser

Google is now allowing us to do what we love most. For fervent users of Chrome browser, including Chromebox and Chromebooks, they have added direct support for music uploads including the ability to monitor specific local storage areas. With Google Play Music for Chrome, you can now keep all the ...

Google’s efforts to keep Glass haters at bay.

It’s no secret that Google Glass has been on the receiving end of some intense criticism. The wearable gadget that hasn’t hit the market or gotten an official release date, but still managing to stir up some contentious discussions for over a year now is at it again, last Thursday ...




Anti-Google Glass Attack in San Francisco bar

Sara Slocum, social media consultant, claims that she was attacked in a local bar this weekend for using Google Glass. On her Facebook, Slocum says that she was physically and verbally assaulted by bar patrons who also heckled at her for using the device. To add to this, she is ...


Google buys startup that helps you login using sounds: SlickLogin.

Google just acquired the Israeli based startup that uses smartphones combined with high-frequency sounds to verify your identity on  websites. The three-man team confirmed the news by announcing it on the company’s website. The terms of the deal were not revealed, but analysts say the startup was valued somewhere in ...