Category: "Google"

Google announces Classroom, free platform oriented to instructors

The technology continues to enter the classroom and offering solutions that can help teachers and students in the process of teaching and learning. Google is present in almost all areas of our daily lives and counting utilities within the education sector by announcing the launch Classroom project. Classroom is a free platform that aims to […]

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Google Fiber want to reach 10 GB per second

The Google Fiber connection speed would increase to 10 GB per second, according to executives. Although the actual experience of Google Fiber fails to provide the service in a few U.S. cities, Google wants to increase the connection speed to within three years. Google has begun to move their pieces to further improve its offer […]

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Google would force manufacturers to include newer versions of Android on their mobile

Google is looking for ways to every manufacturer equips its terminals with the latest version of Android to stop fragmentation and ensure that users do not have to wait months (and in some cases the wait is forever) to have the latest version. The way to force install the more recent versions would be to […]

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Google Drive API solves the problem of the space for data of Android applications

As we are installing applications on our Android-based device, the space that is required in the memory for them is also higher. There are many applications that are in charge of installing other applications in the internal SD memory because they are added now Google, but with a slight variation compared to the rest. Google […]

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Google announces Dart, a JavaScript alternative

The Internet giant has announced version 1.0 of Dart, a new web language that threatens to be a viable alternative and open source JavaScript, for websites and web applications. But in fact this language debut came a couple of years ago, but its implementation was not yet possible in programming. It was not until now […]

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Google prepares malware detection incorporated in Chrome

More advanced browsers like Chrome, IE or Firefox are becoming real essential work tools, almost more than the operating system itself work. Google continues to add more functionality to Chrome and among them will begin to test the built-in malware detection in Canary versions. Chrome is already able to detect sounds in the tabs, and […]

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Google will provide support to Chrome for Windows XP until April 2015

After Microsoft ends extended support for Windows XP in April 2014, Google plans to continue supporting this old operating system. The support will be extended for another year, until April 2015. This means that Chrome for XP users will continue to receive updates and patches to keep safe the browser, only until that date. What […]

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Google will show your picture and name in ads from November 11th but you can disable it

Under the guise of “sharing” advertising, Google has changed its terms which gives the ability to show your picture and your name with advertisements, may not only be done in the same Google sites, but so will more than two million sites that show the company Advertise. The new terms of use contemplated that the […]

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Google wants to expand oral search by adding more user interaction

Having a conversation with your computer right now is almost a utopia. The first step that has been taken is the implementation of oral search in Google Search. If you’ve tried you may have noticed that different variations of pronunciation, accent and even voice influence most frustrating cases for results. The important thing is that […]

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Google strengthens the security of its users with better encryption

Given the facts of invasion of privacy which are public and which gained momentum a few days to know the Prism surveillance system, the U.S. government, Google wants to distance himself from everything that leads to think that has worked spying on its users. For this reason, the Internet giant reinforced with a high level […]

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