- News tagged "google"
Thursday, 23 Apr 2015
Google has rolled out Project Fi in the US, a wireless service that allows users to switch seamlessly between Wi-Fi hotspots and 4G LTE networks wherever they go. Users can also use their phone number on multiple mobile devices and do things like send texts from their tablet or laptop!
Wednesday, 22 Apr 2015
Google has rolled out an update that will boost the search engine rankings of mobile-friendly websites for searches made on mobile devices. If you haven't already, it's time to begin optimizing your website for mobile!
Wednesday, 15 Apr 2015
Good news for parents as Google's rolling out a new family friendly category that'll have games and content specifically geared for young children.
Monday, 6 Apr 2015
Last week, Google released the ARC Welder application that will allow Android apps to run in Chrome and Chrome OS. Find out more here!
Wednesday, 1 Apr 2015
Google has announced three new Chromebooks from ASUS, Haier and Hisense that bring more options to customers hoping to take advantage of Chrome OS. It has also taken the wraps off the ASUS Chromebit, effectively a Chromebook in a dongle-sized device, that will allow users to hook it up to a display and use it as a Chromebook.
Imagine if Google Maps had a mod that lets you play Pac-Man on the roads. Imagine no more.
Wednesday, 25 Mar 2015
With Apple announcing Apple CarPlay availability in Singapore, Pioneer has just unveiled its latest flagship AVH-X8750BT in-car multimedia receiver at the Bangkok Motor Show 2015.
Friday, 20 Mar 2015
Intel and Google recently announced that they are working with Tag Heuer to bring a smart watch powered by Android Wear. This could be the first luxury Android Wear device to take on the Apple Watch.
Singtel will be the first company in Singapore to officially sell Google's Chromecast media streaming device. The thumb-drive sized device connects via WiFi and allows users to stream content from their smartphone, tablet or laptop. The Chromecast is on sale now at all Singtel retail stores for $65.
Tuesday, 17 Mar 2015
USB Type-C has been dubbed as the port of the future, but because it is based on the open USB standard, it comes with some serious security problems.