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Google Shows Off Early Prototypes Of Google Glass

Google I/O’s keynote was almost completely devoid of hardware discussion, aside from the stock Android Galaxy S 4. However, this doesn’t mean that Google I/O as a whole won’t discuss new or existing hardware. For example, Project Glass staff hardware engineer Jean Wang took a moment to speak about the design of Google Glass and how it progressed. As… Read more

AT&T Blocks Google’s Hangout App For Android On Mobile Data

Yesterday at Google I/O, Google announced the new Hangouts. This was a service that replaces Google Talk and the old Hangouts, combining standard chat and video chat into one. It has many new features, like chat history and many more. However, there seems to be a new problem that has nothing to do with Google itself: AT&T is blocking video chatting on… Read more

Google I/O Recap: It Went Pretty Well!

The Google I/O keynote is finally over. That was a lengthy 3 hour keynote, but it contained a lot of great information. Google announced so many new features, and though none of them were huge (like a new version of Android), they were all amazing and a big benefit to users. Here is a quick recap of what was announced at Google I/O. Google Play… Read more

Google Hangouts Is Available To Use Now!

If you haven’t already heard, Google announced its unified chat service that we’ve been hearing about for a while.  Hangouts will bring together all the different Google services such as Gmail, Google+, iOS, Android and Chrome. You will be able to save your chat history, send emoji icons, photos and make video calls. Hangouts will replace Google… Read more

Google Redesigns Google+ With A New Card UI

Google+ has long been the underdog, but it seems like Google is once again pushing the service. They have redesigned the user interface with a new “cards” layout. The UI will adapt to the size of your display, with one to three columns of posts. Important posts can actually take up multiple columns. Each post will have automatic hashtags. Depending… Read more

(Updated: Now Available) Google Introduces Hangouts, Unified Chat Service Available Later Today

Update: It’s alive! Chrome Extension Google announces what we’ve all been expecting, Hangouts, a unified chat service that allows you to have conversations between iOS, Android and Internet. Hangouts will support multimedia messaging, text, photos and video conversations all synced between mobile, desktop and the web. Hangouts will be available… Read more