Yes. It really did happen. Google updated the official Search app for Windows Phone, throwing in some neat features into the bucket. Following the update, users can easily sign-in to their Google accounts and allow your search history to simply sync in.
The new Google Nexus 5 hasn't even been officially released yet, but the device is already sold out in India (you must be wondering, how that is even possible. Well, let me explain). Popular Indian retailer Snapdeal put the Nexus 5 on sale about a day back.
Fancy winning a new Nexus 7 2013 by just posting a picture? Google Play is running a neat contest wherein participants (can be anyone) have to share a picture of the things that matter the most to you, all surrounding your favorite (own) Android device of course.
Google Chrome for Android and iOS was updated to version 30 earlier today. After updating to the latest version of the world's most popular and versatile browser, iOS users will get to enjoy autofill forms, allowing you to fill out similar forms in a jiffy.
Microsoft has been in construction of a "green" cloud data center in Cheyenne Wyoming that will be powered by Methane gas harvested from Dry Creek Water Reclamation Facility. The data center is completely off the local power grid and will be built in 'modules."
According to Israel's Channel 10 News, hackers from Tunisia and Gaza attacked Facebook users and compromised 13,000 accounts. The hackers are part of a group called Demons of Hack and the stolen credentials will be used to modify the profiles of Facebook users.
With more than 20 million downloads already, BlackBerry is only aiming to go higher with BBM. BlackBerry Messenger's popularity received a massive boost when the Canadian company brought their iconic instant messaging app to iOS and Android last month.
Google today opened the doors to its education-themed version of the Play Store. Designed while keeping in the mind the educational requirements of K-12 students, the Play Store 'education' offers books in bulk for classes as well as entire districts.
Viber, one of the popular instant messaging apps which lets you place free voice calls using your WiFi network or Mobile Data, has graduated to version 4.0. Arriving simultaneously on both iOS and Android, Viber 4.0 brings a ton of new features that enhance the platform
Vine, the new short video service from Twitter, has finally arrived in its official avatar for Windows Phone. Twitter's micro video-blogging app allows users to create short, 6-second looped clips with the touch of their fingers, which then gets uploaded to Vine.
PhoneArena has complied a list of simple steps which, if followed correctly, will lead to a generally smoother experience with iOS 7. The after effects are more visible in older hardware, such as the iPhone 4 which absolutely lags everywhere with iOS 7 on it.
A preproduction unit of the Nokia Lumia 1520 for AT&T has somehow sneaked its way to eBay. The seller has listed the device for an attractive price, which is just $575. An unlocked 1080p quad-core Lumia phablet from team Nokia is certainly worth that price.
No. It could be? Wait, no way. But perhaps maybe? If leaked screenshots are to be believed, BlackBerry could be working to add Google Play Store with the next update to the BlackBerry 10 platform. The new screenshots allegedly belong to BlackBerry OS 10.2.1.
Microsoft has released an extensive 12-minute long video which demos many of the features which can be found in the company's next-generation game console, the Xbox One. Starring two top-level Xbox executives, who highlight the most prominent features.
Random visitors to a Vodafone store in Australia had the biggest tech-shock of their life today when an Apple iPad Air, left in the display case of the store, burst into flames. The origin of the fire has been pinned down to the charging port, from where it spread.
Want to buy a new game or movie, or read that new book from Google Play Store for free? Well, certainly you can't get a "paid" app or game for free, or can you? Google is running a new Opinion Rewards program under which the software giant gives out Play Store credits.
Google is launching a new service called Helpouts in order to help users via live chat conversation with experts. If you have questions about cooking, fashion, computers or other topics, you can easily contact one of roughly 1,000 partners to help you with your problem.
You must have heard of Bitcoin, the high-valued virtual currency which can literally be "mined." Last month, when FBI shut down the Silk Road, Bitcoin's value dropped to an all-time low of just $110. Since then, the currency has recovered, and very well.
A UK games children's charity has put up a rare White color Microsoft Xbox One up for auction on eBay. GamesAid wants to collect as much as possible, and for a charitable cost. White Xbox One sets were given out exclusively to the Xbox One development and launch team.
Google's constant efforts to bring their best services to iOS users shows, and the latest update to Google Now for Apple's mobile platform is a perfect example of that. Jealous of the fact that certain Android users can kick start search by saying "Ok, Google"?