At this week’s Google I/O conference, Google introduced low-key but significant upgrades in its Gmail and Google Plus platforms. The goal is to provide users with a more uniform and consistent approach. These will help build efficiency and improve overall performance.
By Precious Silva | May 20 | IBTimes AU
The I/O developer conference is a heaven for all geeks and tech aficionados. The conference not only hosted Google’s latest offerings but a whole lot more of tech surprises. From Google’s newest upgrades to collaboration with NASA and Solar Panels, it was a week filled with innovative products and technology.
By Precious Silva | May 19 | IBTimes AU
Even as Google is catching headlines lately with its I/O conference, a flurry of rumours emerged on Thursday regarding a possible deal between Yahoo and microblogging platform Tumblr.
By IBTimes Staff Reporter | May 17 | IBTimes IN
Google (GOOG) Stock Price Watch: How Google Is Establishing Tech Leadership With Stake in Peer-to-Peer Lending
Google's continuous introduction of several revenue sourcing ideas bodes well for the company's valued shareholders. Already analysts are predicting a thousand dollars per share by next year and are advising to buy in now while stocks are still relatively low.
By Frances Samson | May 14 | IBTimes AU
Google's claims over the Swedish word "Ogooglebar" to have something to do with Google's trademark gets Swedish Language Council remove the word altogether from their dictionary.
By Gopi Chandra Kharel | Mar 27 | IBTimes CA
A U.S.-based porn search engine, PornMD, has identified Aussie (Gay) as the most searched porn term used in the land down under. The word is part of the portal's study on global Internet porn habits.
By Vittorio Hernandez | Mar 14 | IBTimes AU
Google Doodle Celebrates Nicolaus Copernicus' 540th Anniversary with Animated Solar System [PHOTO+VIDEO]
Internet giant Google celebrated the 540th anniversary of Renaissance mathematician and astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus on Tuesday with a unique doodle that represented the 'Copernicus' model for the solar system.
By IBTimes Staff Reporter | Feb 19 | IBTimes IN
A leading campaigner has said that the UK could follow Iceland's lead, and introduce greater restrictions on online pornography.
By Tom Porter | Feb 17 | IBTimes UK
Google search is facing a porn-generating bug that shows when users are searching for an equation or string. Google search engine has been trusted by millions of worldwide and it can help a user find almost anything in the cyber world, from dictionaries to stories, images to videos, celebrities to scandals, and knowledge satisfying answers.
By Vittorio Hernandez | Feb 12 | IBTimes AU
An academic has found that searches for 'black' names were up to 25 percent more likely than 'white' names to generate advertising for criminal background checks.
By Tom Porter | Feb 09 | IBTimes UK
Details of the groundwork within North Korea is finally visible thanks to the efforts of crowdsourcing and the power of Google Map Maker.
By Gilda Galang | Jan 30 | IBTimes AU
Facebook revealed a new exciting feature for the social networking site’s millions of users on Tuesday. CEO Mark Zuckerberg together with engineer Lars Rasmussen and Tom Stocky, director of product management, introduced the new search engine tool called “Graph Search” at a conference in Menlo Park, California.
By Jenalyn Villamarin | Jan 16 | IBTimes AU