Google Now Update Brings New Shopping Features

Google Now Update Brings New Shopping Features

Google has released an updated version of Google Now for Android, and the new version comes with some updated features, one of them is designed to help you find products you have previously searched for.

In the updated version of Google Now, it will now show you a lit of stores near your location, that is carrying products that you have previously searched for.

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Google Maps Gets A Big Update With Turn-by-Turn Navigation, Uber Support and More

Google Maps Gets A Big Update With Turn-by-Turn Navigation, Uber Support and More

Google Maps is my personal favorite when it comes to navigation and directions, at least for my region. It shows me the shortest possible routes, and helps me get the right directions to my destination.

Recently, the folks at Google pushed out a big update for Google Maps for Android and iOS, and introduced a number of new features and enhancements to improve the app.

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Google Nexus 8 Tablet Codenamed ‘Flounder’ Spotted in Google Code

Google Nexus 8 Tablet Codenamed ‘Flounder’ Spotted in Google Code

Back in March we heard that the new Google Nexus 8 tablet would be made by HTC, and the last thing we heard was that we can expect it to go on sale in June.

And now a new device with the codename ‘Flounder’ has been spotted by the guys over at the XDA Developers, the device is rumored to be the new HTC made Google Nexus 8.

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Google Nexus 6 And Nexus 8 Apparently Confirmed In Chromium Code

Google Nexus 6 And Nexus 8 Apparently Confirmed In Chromium Code

The last thing we heard about the new Google Nexus 6 was that the device would be made by LG for Google, and now references to the Google Nexus 6 have been spotted in the Chromium Code Review.

As well as the new Google Nexus 6, references to the next Nexus tablet, the Google Nexus 8 were also spotted, we have been hearing more and more about the Nexus 8 recently.

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Google Glass Teardown Reveals It Costs $152 To Make

Google Glass Teardown Reveals It Costs $152 To Make

We recently heard that the estimated cost of the parts of Google Glass were around $80, and according to a new report by IHS, the total cost of Google Glass to manufacture, including parts is around $152.

Google sells their Google Glass for $1500, the company started selling the device to anyone that wants one yesterday, and it will be available until Google is sold out of the device.

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AT&T HTC One M8 Gets An Update with Extreme Power Saving Mode, And Google Drive Storage Fix

AT&T HTC One M8 Gets An Update with Extreme Power Saving Mode, And Google Drive Storage Fix

Last month, a bug was discovered in the HTC One M8 which restricted users from claiming the free 50GB Google Drive storage on the device. HTC mentioned an update will be pushed in mid-May which will fix the issue, and here we are.

It’s mid-May, as promised, AT&T and HTC are rolling out a new update for the HTC One M8, which fixes the Google Drive free 50GB storage issue.

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Report: Google is testing a complete redesign of Web-based Gmail

Report: Google is testing a complete redesign of Web-based Gmail

Detailed by Geek.com recently, the development team that works on Gmail is internally testing a simplified layout of the Web-based version. With more similarities to the mobile interface, the new Web interface, as seen in the screenshots, has been created with responsive design in mind. For those that are unfamiliar, responsive design mean that a site will automatically position elements on the screen based off the screen size. Basically, someone viewing the interface on a 1080p 24-inch monitor or a 10-inch tablet will have the same experience.

On the left side of the screen, Google appears to be transitioning to “fly-in” menus to select different folders or various inboxes. On the right side of the screen, Google has added a quick access menu at the bottom to quickly start an email as well as a Hangouts option at the top to launch into chat with an email contact. In the middle of the screen, Google has positioned all recent emails. The additional width of this layout will likely allow for longer subject lines. Oddly, there doesn’t seem to be a position for Google Adsense in this layout, a element of the current Gmail interface.

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