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Now you can save 50,000 songs in <strong>Google</strong> Play Music

Now you can save 50,000 songs in Google Play Music

27 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Now you can store more songs in your device as the tech giant Google has announced to expand the storage capacity in its Google Play Music service.

Google,   Google Play Music,   Google music store,   Google music storage capacity,   Google free music,  
<strong>Google</strong> decision comes under fire from internet users

Google decision comes under fire from internet users

27 Feb 2015

Madrid: The Internet Users Associations has condemned Google's decision to forbid users of its Blogger platform to share images and videos of "explicitly" sexual content as an attack on freedom of expression.

Internet Users Associations,   Google,   Google users,   Google Blogger,   Google videos,   Sexual content,   Freedom of expression,  
<strong>Google</strong> releases work tools designed for Android phones

Google releases work tools designed for Android phones

26 Feb 2015

San Francisco: Google is releasing a set of tools designed for businesses and employees who want to get work done on smartphones running on the company's Android software.

Google,   Google work tools,   Android phones,   Google Inc,   Google tools,  
BlackBerry working with <strong>Google</strong> Inc to secure Android

BlackBerry working with Google Inc to secure Android

26 Feb 2015

Toronto: BlackBerry Ltd said on Wednesday that it is working with Google Inc to enable its software to manage and secure some of Google's Android devices, a move that builds on BlackBerry's recent partnership with Samsung Electronics Co.

BlackBerry Ltd,   Google Inc,   Blackberry software,   Android devices,   Samsung Electronics,  
Salman Khan's illegal arms case: <strong>Jodhpur</strong> court defers judgment till 3rd March

Salman Khan's illegal arms case: Jodhpur court defers judgment till 3rd March

25 Feb 2015

New Delhi: A court in Jodhpur on Wednesday defered the judgment in a case of  possession and use of illegal arms by Bollywood actor Salman Khan till March 3.

Salman Khan,   illegal arms,   Wild Life Protection Act,   blackbuck case,  
Government to start internet safety programme with <strong>Google</strong>

Government to start internet safety programme with Google

26 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Government will launch Internet safety programme in partnership with Google in order to create awareness among users regarding cyber threat.

Government,   Internet safety,   Google,   Cyber threat,   Cyber security,   Hacking,  
'Good <strong>Boy</strong>' Sharman Joshi all set to flaunt his butt in 'Hate Story 3'

'Good Boy' Sharman Joshi all set to flaunt his butt in 'Hate Story 3'

26 Feb 2015

New Delhi: For Bollywood stars be it Shahrukh Khan showcasing his perfect abs in 'Om Shanti Om' or Aamir Khan posing all naked in recently released film 'PK', shedding clothes has become a quite essential trend. While the latest actor to join the trend is Sharman Joshi.

Sharman Joshi,   Hate Story 3,   Bollywood stars went naked,   Zarine Khan ,  
<strong>Google</strong> to restrict public sharing of adult content on Blogger

Google to restrict public sharing of adult content on Blogger

24 Feb 2015

New Delhi: In a bid to curb the excessive use of sexual content, Google Inc will restrict the public sharing of adult content on its Blogger platform from March 23.

Google,   Google blog,   Google adult content,   Google nude data,   Google surfing,   Search engine,   Google blogger,   Blogs,   Pornography,  
<strong>Google</strong> rolls out Lollipop update for Android One phones

Google rolls out Lollipop update for Android One phones

26 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Tech giant Google has started rolling out Android Lollipop 5.0 software update for its  Android One smartphones in India.

Google,   Google OS update,   Android One phones,   Lollipop update,   OS update,   Lollipop android version,   OTA update,   Micromax,   Karbonn,   Spice,  
Microsoft to end support for Facebook, <strong>Google</strong> chats in Outlook email service

Microsoft to end support for Facebook, Google chats in Outlook email service

25 Feb 2015

New Delhi: In a tit for tat move, Microsoft Corporation will end support for Google and Facebook Chat in its email service Outlook.com in next couple of weeks after Google discontinued the chat protocol.

Microsoft Corporation,   Facebook,   Google,   Microsoft Outlook,   XMPP,   Hangout,   Facebook chat,  

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