A look at the new Dell Chromebook 13

Finally, the new Dell Chromebook 13 hits the market with its cool features and specification. The device is classy and packs some powerful hardware as per company tag line. And talking about the built quality, the material used for body is of aluminium/magnesium and cover is carbon-fibred. Overall it looks very sturdy, […]

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Google’s Android One device enters into Africa with Infinix HOT 2

Google launched the Android One program to provide certain Asian markets with affordable smartphone along with the stock Android experience. And today, 6 countries in Africa – Nigeria, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Egypt, and Morocco are joining the program with the launch of Infinix HOT 2. Infinix is among the hot brands in Africa for smartphones […]

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Google’s Project Loon to provide country-wide internet in Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka and Google has come to an agreement to provide country-wide internet access using the Google’s Project Loon. The projects aims to provide high- speed internet from the search giant using helium-filled balloons. Sri Lanka’s foreign minister Mangala Samaraweera also the IT minister says: “The entire Sri Lankan island – every village from […]

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How Google checks responsiveness of the display?

The video posted by Google’s François Beaufort shows how Google is using a robot build by Finnish company OptoFidelity to check end-to-end latency of Android and Chrome OS devices. It also shows how the Chrome OS team is using the touchbot to check responsiveness of the smartphone display (Nexus 6 shown in the video along […]

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Google Maps to include railroad crossing information

Last year, there has been an alarming increase in the number of railway accidents because of which the Federal Railroad Administration is going to work in close partnership with Google to bring locations of various railroad crossing to Google Maps. There are about 130,000 public and 85,000 private crossings across the country with more […]

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Avoid Accidental Ad click

New update from Google regarding Adwords states that now there will be less accidental ad click by the users while browsing or working in an app. As recent third party studies estimate that up to 50% of clicks are accidental. There are few updates done to correct this: Blocking clicks that […]

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