Google launches Project Fi mobile phone network

Google has finalized to run a mobile phone network in the United States of America. The firm will rent voice and data charges from two main operators–Sprint and T-Mobile,i.e using existing Wi-Fi hotspots rather than buliding their new ones from scratch. Initially, and unfortunately this offer is available to Nexus 6 users only. Google Fiber, the firm’s “ultra-fast” broadband service, is already seen as a disruptive force in the US telecoms market. Google Fiber has been provided with encouraging Comcast and Time Warner Cable to provide their own customers speed boosts with considerable prices. However, Fiber’s roll-out involved Google buying infrastructure built by companies that had collapsed as well as laying its own fibre optic cables – giving it full control of the...

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How to Download and Use Google Maps for Android, iOS Without Internet
Apr08

How to Download and Use Google Maps for Android, iOS Without Internet

Requirements: An Android or an OS device Latest version of Google Maps Google Maps 3 for OS Google Maps 8 for Android —————————————————————————————————————————————–     How to Save Offline Maps? 1)To use this feature,first sign in into your google account. 2)Type “OK Maps” in the search bar and hit the search button. A dialog at the top of the map asks “Save this map?” with a SAVE button at the bottom of the screen. 3)From this screen,you can zoom in/zoom out,view any area you want to. Everything that is on-screen gets downloaded, so if you zoom out to save the entire Delhi area, for example, then you can later zoom in to see the individual localities and streets. 4)After you selected an area,SAVE button will appear at the bottom,tap on it and it will ask you to type in a name for that specific map.After entering a name,CLICK SAVE. 5) Accessing offline maps is easy. Just tap the “PERSON” icon, which is next to the directions icon on the search bar. This will take you to your profile. Scroll to the bottom to see your saved maps. You can rename saved maps in case you plan to save more than...

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Google Nexus 9 32GB LTE Variant Now Available Online at Rs. 43,073

Google Nexus 9 32GB LTE Tablet finally available in India at a price of 43,073. The 32GB variant will be available in Indigo Black colour at Amazon India,though it is still listed as Coming Soon on Google Play Store India. Google Nexus 9 exhibits an 8.9-inch IPS LCD display with QXGA (2048×1536 pixels) resolution and Gorilla Glass 3 protection which makes it a great device,Moreover, it is powered by a 64-bit Nvidia Tegra K1 processor along with which a Kepler GPU and 2GB of RAM. Google Nexus 9 sports an 8-megapixel rear autofocus camera with f/2.4 aperture and LED flash and theres a 1.6 megapixel camera on the front as well.Most Importantly it has a battery pack of 6700mAh to deliver up to 9.5 hours of browsing time; video playback time of up to 9.5 hours, and a standby time of 30 days for the Wi-Fi model. In includes a 3.5mm audio jack, Micro-USB, GPS, Wi-Fi, NFC, and Bluetooth. Google Nexus 9 also features dual front-facing speakers with HTC’s Boomsound and dual microphones. Sensors listed include ambient light sensor, gyroscope, accelerometer, and...

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WhatsApp Bans Users for Using Third-Party Android App

Some users are reporting WhatsApp banned them for 24 hours because they violated the app’s ‘terms of service’ by using a third-party client. Users are reporting about the ban via different social networks (Facebook,Google+and Twitter) revealing that the ban is only for those android users who are using the popular third-party client WhatsApp+ or WhatsApp Plus. Whatsapp has also pointed out the same reason in their FAQ section, stating, “WhatsApp Plus is an application that was not developed by WhatsApp, nor is it authorised by WhatsApp. The developers of WhatsApp Plus have no relationship to WhatsApp, and we do not support WhatsApp Plus. Please be aware that WhatsApp Plus contains source code which WhatsApp cannot guarantee as safe and that your private information is potentially being passed to 3rd parties without your knowledge or...

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Google officially launches the Chromecast in India
Dec10

Google officially launches the Chromecast in India

Google announced that the Chromecast will be available in India, with the company’s own Play Store, local carrier Airtel and Snapchat which is an Indian e-commerce website, will be offering the HDMI dongle from the 10th of December (today) for Rs. 2,999/- which is about $50. As part of the launch, Airtel will be offering 60GB of free data over three-months on broadband plans. What do you think? Will you be picking the Chromecast up? Let us know...

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Google to offer 1TB of drive storage in upcoming chromebooks!
Nov22

Google to offer 1TB of drive storage in upcoming chromebooks!

Google is putting forth a really decent arrangement to any individual who purchases or gets another Chromebook for the occasions: An entire terabyte of free Google Drive distributed storage. Simply get another Chromebook and register for the offer before January 1 and you’ll get 1tb of Google Drive stockpiling free of charge, Google bunch item supervisor Alex Vogenthaler said on the Drive blog. The offer keeps going a full two years, after which indicate you’ll have begin paying for it — yet, that is a $240 esteem. Google says just a few Chromebooks will be qualified, so verify you’re getting one!!!!...

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