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Your smartphone may record your journey!

Your smartphone may record your journey!

19 Aug 2014

London: A mapping device on your smartphone may be allowing it to track your every move, monitoring and recording each part of your journey, experts say.

Cell phones,   Android device,   Google Now,   Google account,   smartphone,  
<strong>Google</strong> buys travel guide app startup Jetpac

Google buys travel guide app startup Jetpac

19 Aug 2014

San Francisco: Google confirmed it has bought the startup behind a Jetpac mobile application that creates insightful travel guides by analyzing pictures from social networks such as Instagram.

Google,   Travel app,   Jetpac,   Instagram Pictures,   Jetpac visual guide,   ,  
<strong>Google</strong> buys Jetpac, a social travel startup

Google buys Jetpac, a social travel startup

18 Aug 2014

Reportedly, Google is buying JetPac, a startup that designs social travel apps according to the announcement on the firm’s website late night on Sunday. However, no financial details has been disclosed for the deal.

Google,   Google buys JetPac,   Google Now,   google travel apps,   Google+ Photo Search,  
<strong>Google</strong> celebrates India’s Independence with stamp doodle

Google celebrates India’s Independence with stamp doodle

15 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Search engine giant Google celebrated country’s 68th Independence Day by pasting a stamp doodle on its home page.

Google India,  Google,   Doodle,   India,   Independence day,   68th Independence Day,  
<strong>Google</strong> in talks with HP to Build <strong>Google</strong> Now 'virtual assistant' for enterprises

Google in talks with HP to Build Google Now 'virtual assistant' for enterprises

14 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Internet-related services company Google is in talks with HP for its Google Now 'virtual assistant' to be used as a search tool for corporate data.

Google,   HP,   Google Now,   virtual assistant,   Apple-IBM partnership,   Enterprise Siri,   Apple,   ,  
Alien on the moon is just dust: NASA scientist

Alien on the moon is just dust: NASA scientist

16 Aug 2014

New York: A famous image showing an alien walking on the moon is simply ‘dust, an eyelash or scratch on the negative’ of the film that took the image, NASA has said.

Aliens,   Moon,   Moon aliens,   Google Moon,   Apollo 15,   Pareidolia,  
Share money over Facebook, WhatsApp through ‘Oxigen Wallet’ service

Share money over Facebook, WhatsApp through ‘Oxigen Wallet’ service

16 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Oxigen Services India is set to launch India’s first social mobile wallet service, Oxigen Wallet. This service will help people to share money over their preferred social networks and messaging apps like Facebook, WhatsApp, Google+, and Twitter.

Oxigen Services India,   India’s first social mobile wallet service,   Oxigen Wallet,   Facebook,   WhatsApp,   Google+,   Twitter ,  
<strong>Google</strong> 'polluted Internet' with classified material: Surveyor General of India

Google 'polluted Internet' with classified material: Surveyor General of India

11 Aug 2014

New Delhi: After registering a Preliminary Enquiry against Google for alleged mapping of classified areas, CBI has sought help of Survey of India which has alleged that the Internet giant continued to ‘pollute’ the web with classified material despite being warned against it.

Google,   internet,   survey,   CBI,   Google polluted the Internet,   Surveyor General of India,  
Secure websites to get priority in <strong>Google</strong> search

Secure websites to get priority in Google search

11 Aug 2014

New York: Secure website connections will now get a priority in Google search results. In a blog post, the search engine has explained that websites that use secure connections (like https over http) will get a boost in rank.

Secure website,   Google search,   website,   secure connections,   Google,  
Chief of <strong>Google</strong> India says digitization will empower 500 million people

Chief of Google India says digitization will empower 500 million people

13 Aug 2014

New Delhi: The chief of Google India Rajan Anandan has said that digital revolution would truly empower 500 million people across the country in the years to come.

Rajan Anandan,   Google India,   Digitization,   FICCI Ladies Organization,   Empowerment,   Internet ,  

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