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In a file picture taken on Sept 25, 2012 US Internet giant Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt speaks about the company's Nexus 7 tablet computer equipped with a 7-inch LCD display and a quad-core Tegra processor in its 340g body in Tokyo.
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Native support for the latest Bluetooth technology will mean that Android device owners will finally be able to sync and connect their phones with virtually any Bluetooth product, from keyboards and headphones to activity trackers and smart watches.
8 hrs ago | Bangkok Post
High scores, achievements, online multiplayer modes and cloud saves are coming to both Android and iOS devices courtesy of Google Play's suite of game services.
12 hrs ago | Geek News Central
I remember when Google launched Checkout almost 7 years ago . The idea of combining checkout with search and advertising so you could online shop faster was an intriguing idea.
Chrome's killer apps Anyone who says you can't get real work done on a Web browser-or in a browser-based operating system, for that matter-hasn't seen some of the latest Chrome apps.
Google announced its standalone unified messaging app at its Google I/O conference last week, called Hangouts.
Google I/O, which saw the public launch of Google Compute Engine, also spawned a "I know you are, what am I," slapfest between two companies that would like to unseat Amazon Web Services as the king of public cloud.
A software engineer for Comcast got his early version of Google Glass last weekend, grabbed his bike and shot video of his ride across the Golden Gate Bridge.
Yahoo is buying online blogging forum Tumblr for $1.1 billion as CEO Marissa Mayer tries to rejuvenate an Internet icon that had fallen behind the times.
After all of the hand-wringing over the announced shuttering of Google Reader on July 1st, is there still hope for the beleaguered content aggregator? If you look between the lines of Google's movements as of late, you might notice that we aren't really witnessing a slow, painful, public funeral.
In case you missed the GigaOm weekly podcasts, here's a second chance. Two of our shows had special guests to explain new technologies and our wrap-up show is fully dedicated to understanding all of the news out of Google I/O. Another week full of tech news means another week of GigaOM podcasts filled with analysis and commentary.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 was one of the most anticipated smartphones of the year and overall it didn't disappoint - sure we'd have loved a more premium build or the octo-core version that some parts of the world got, but Samsung still delivered the most powerful smartphone on the market so it would seem churlish to complain.
Labour leader Ed Miliband will write new rules to tackle corporate tax dodgers if he wins the next election, even if there is no international consensus for action.
Google has announced a revamping of Google Maps and it is much more than a few changes.
During last week's Google I/O 2013 Conference , a variety of site tool upgrades were introduced, including fancy new virtual wrappers on Maps and Google Plus tools like Hangouts.
A Chinese man has been reunited with his biological family more than 20 years after he was abducted as a little boy - and claims he has Google Maps to thank for finding his way home.