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Google Express same-day grocery delivery: Where is it available, how does it work?

Google Express same-day grocery delivery: Where is it available, how does it work?

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Google's same-day delivery service is adding fresh groceries to its basket.According to Bloomberg, Google Express will soon deliver fresh foods in two US cities by the end of this year. If you're interested in learning more about this new offering from... >>

Google's new logo: This is what it looks like, how it's evolved over the years

Google's new logo: This is what it looks like, how it's evolved over the years

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Google has changed a lot in recent weeks.Earlier this month, in a sweeping overhaul of how one of the world's most powerful technology companies operates, Google created a new publicly-traded parent company called Alphabet to house its different businesses.... >>

Your iPhone will now work with Android Wear: Here's what you need to know

Your iPhone will now work with Android Wear: Here's what you need to know

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Those of you who own an iPhone and want to own a smartwatch other than Apple Watch will be overjoyed to learn that Google has heard your woes and made Android Wear compatible with iPhone.That's right. Your iPhone will now work with any Android Wear watch.... >>

What is YouTube Gaming and could it kill Twitch?

What is YouTube Gaming and could it kill Twitch?

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Google is about to launch something a lot like Twitch. It's YouTube Gaming.At an event held at YouTube Space LA on 12 June, Google previewed a new initiative called YouTube Gaming. It's a mobile app as well as a website designed to showcase YouTube's... >>

Photos reveal that the Huawei Nexus looks awesome

Photos reveal that the Huawei Nexus looks awesome

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There has been plenty of speculation that Huawei is building a Nexus handset, and the growing mass of evidence makes it difficult to deny. Having seen video renders for the new device, we've now got photos of what's reported to be a prototype of the... >>

Big Mac, large fries, Android Pay: McDonald's outs 26 August live date

Big Mac, large fries, Android Pay: McDonald's outs 26 August live date

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We've all been waiting for Android Pay to officially launch and it could be as soon as 26 August, in the US at least, if details from McDonald's prove to be true.Android Police has got hands on some internal documents from McDonald's, informing staff... >>

Bing's Android app has a new feature that's just like Google Now on Tap

Bing's Android app has a new feature that's just like Google Now on Tap

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Microsoft has added a new feature described as "snapshots on tap" within it's Bing Search app for Android - and as you might've guessed already, it works very similarly to Google's Now on Tap feature coming with Android Marshmallow this autumn.Google... >>

Google Hangouts now has its own website for videos calls and messaging

Google Hangouts now has its own website for videos calls and messaging

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Although there are already a hundred different ways to access the Hangouts video-calling service, Google has apparently decided you need yet another way. It has launched an all-new Google Hangouts website.You can still start a Hangout from Gmail, your... >>

Google's OnHub smart Wi-Fi router might actually excite you

Google's OnHub smart Wi-Fi router might actually excite you

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We've all been there. Your internet isn't working at home, so you resort to unplugging and then re-plugging in your Wi-Fi router. Maybe that'll do the trick... or maybe it won't. It's just one of life's mysteries.But Google has developed a new product... >>

Android 6.0 Marshmallow is the next version of Google's mobile OS

Android 6.0 Marshmallow is the next version of Google's mobile OS

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Google has unveiled a Android lawn sculpture outside its Mountain View headquarters, confirming that M is officially Android Marshmallow.There had been plenty of speculation about what sweet treat Google would name the next version of Android after,... >>

Watch Google tease 'What's M Gonna Be?' in jingly video about Android M

Watch Google tease 'What's M Gonna Be?' in jingly video about Android M

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Google is majorly teasing Android M, with a new video posted to YouTube.Nat and Lo is a YouTube channel from two Google employees, and they make videos about various developments and special projects at Google. Their latest video, for instance, takes... >>

Dell Chromebook 13 announced: Intel Core i5, 12-hour battery, business secure and more

Dell Chromebook 13 announced: Intel Core i5, 12-hour battery, business secure and more

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Dell has teamed up with Google to create its latest Chromebook 13. The plan was to create a sleek design that's powerful enough for business use.The design is aimed at the premium end with a carbon fibre weave cover, magnesium alloy palm rest and aluminium... >>

Samsung Galaxy S6 edge Plus vs Galaxy Note 5 vs Google Nexus 6: What's the difference?

Samsung Galaxy S6 edge Plus vs Galaxy Note 5 vs Google Nexus 6: What's the difference?

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Samsung has announced two new flagship phablets - the Galaxy S6 edge Plus and the Galaxy Note 5. Both devices have been the subject of rumours for several months and now they have finally arrived sporting some pretty decent specs.But how do they hold... >>

Google restructures, becomes Alphabet

Google restructures, becomes Alphabet

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Google's founders, Larry Page and Sergey Brin, have announced that they have restructured Google so it is now a division of a bigger company called Alphabet.The new parent company, run by Page and Brin, allows the new venture to create a number of companies... >>

Huawei Nexus smartphone revealed in video: Fingerprint reader, USB-C and more

Huawei Nexus smartphone revealed in video: Fingerprint reader, USB-C and more

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The Huawei Nexus smartphone appears to be the next major handset release from Google, following rumours. Now a video has leaked.The video, which claims to show off the Huawei Nexus, was shared by serial leakster Steve Hemmerstoffer, also known as the... >>

Samsung, LG and Google vow to start monthly security updates for Android in wake of Stagefright bug

Samsung, LG and Google vow to start monthly security updates for Android in wake of Stagefright bug

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Android hack worriers rejoice, the fixes are coming to save the day. Google, Samsung and LG and now going to start rolling out monthly security updates.After Android's biggest bug yet was revealed at the Black Hat security conference recently, it was... >>

Google Glass 2: What’s the story so far?

Google Glass 2: What’s the story so far?

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You've probably heard that Google Glass is dead.Well, it isn't.It's alive and well and supposedly headed toward a second version that'll be released sometime this year. A new FCC filing supposedly for the device has even revealed what it will likely feature.... >>

There's now a Google Drive plugin for Microsoft Office in Windows

There's now a Google Drive plugin for Microsoft Office in Windows

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Everyone knows that Microsoft has a new company-wide vision with its new CEO, and part of that vision is getting its start productivity suite, Microsoft Office, running on and working with all the major platforms out there.Microsoft shocked the world... >>

Huawei Nexus phone leak suggests 5.7-inch QHD display, fingerprint reader

Huawei Nexus phone leak suggests 5.7-inch QHD display, fingerprint reader

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Google's next Nexus phone is reportedly being built by Huawei, and thanks to a new leak on Twitter, we now what kind of specs it might be packing come launch day.Several reports have claimed that Google is working on two Nexus smartphones that'll release... >>

Google Eddystone explained: It's like iBeacon, but platform-agnostic

Google Eddystone explained: It's like iBeacon, but platform-agnostic

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Google is finally going after Apple's iBeacon technology with something called Eddystone.Although it has been a couple years since Apple introduced iBeacon, Google has just decided it was the right time to unveil its own alternative solution for piping... >>

Android Wear to embrace interactive watch faces and watch-to-watch communications

Android Wear to embrace interactive watch faces and watch-to-watch communications

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Under increased competition from rival smartwatch styles and operating systems, such as the Apple Watch and the Pebble Time, Google plans to update its Android Wear platform to include some interesting new features.After wading through a leaked document,... >>

You can get a Google Nexus 9 tablet for just £200

You can get a Google Nexus 9 tablet for just £200

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Amid rumours that Google will update its tablet ranges in the coming months, retailers in the UK are shifting stock at amazing prices.The latest product to get a price cut, with Amazon and Argos at least, is the Google Nexus 9, the company's 8.9-inch... >>

Google's smart contact lens might already be ready for a consumer launch

Google's smart contact lens might already be ready for a consumer launch

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You might not have to wait until 2019 to get your hands on a smart contact lens from Google.The Google X team announced in 2014 that it developed a smart contact lens for measuring glucose levels in people with diabetes. It uses miniaturised electronics... >>

Google's little prototype cars are now self-driving on California roads

Google's little prototype cars are now self-driving on California roads

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Google's prototype self-driving cars were due to hit California roads by this summer, and now the company has announced they are ready and already cruising down the streets of Mountain View.The cute vehicles, which were first announced last year without... >>

Gmail adds ‘Undo Send’ button, here's how to turn it on

Gmail adds ‘Undo Send’ button, here's how to turn it on

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Making an error on an email, replying to all by mistake or saying something you want to take back, are no longer permanent fails. Google has added an "Undo Send" feature to its Gmail on the web.Now if you've sent something you regret you can simply hit... >>

Google Play Music now free to use: Here's how it works

Google Play Music now free to use: Here's how it works

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Google has announced that its streaming music service, called Google Play Music, is now free to use, meaning you won't need a subscription in order to listen. But you will be subjected to adverts.Just like how the free versions of Spotify and Pandora... >>

Apple Move to iOS Android app to make switching from Google easy

Apple Move to iOS Android app to make switching from Google easy

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Apple is planning to make it even easier to switch to iOS 9 from Android with a new app out later this year. Although not announced on stage at the company's WWDC keynote, Apple has detailed a new app called Move to iOS that will allow Android users... >>

You'll never guess how many accidents Google driverless cars have been in

You'll never guess how many accidents Google driverless cars have been in

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Have you ever wondered if Google's driverless-car project has resulted in any accidents (or worse yet - injuries and fatalities)? The company has realised people may be asking these sort of questions, so it wants to begin reporting all incidents.The news... >>

Google overhauls 'My Account' dashboard: What's new and how does it work now?

Google overhauls 'My Account' dashboard: What's new and how does it work now?

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Did you know Google offers a dedicated dashboard to every person who wants to adjust their Google Account settings? It's true. Well, the company has just taken that useful hub and completely overhauled it (or simplified it, really).Go look at your My... >>

What is Google Project Soli and will it forever change the way we use wearables?

What is Google Project Soli and will it forever change the way we use wearables?

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Just because Google's keynote is done and over doesn't mean the Google I/O dev conference is also finished with serving up new and interesting information about what the Mountain View-based company envisions for the future.Take Project Soli, for instance.It... >>

Google Project Jacquard wants to turn your clothes into touch controls

Google Project Jacquard wants to turn your clothes into touch controls

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The future of smart clothing is about to get a jumpstart from Google. Project Jacquard is the latest idea from the big G which aims to turn clothes into touch controls.Jacquard has created a material that is woven, which is touch sensitive. This could... >>

Google I/O 2015 announcement round-up: Android M, Android Pay, Google Photos, more

Google I/O 2015 announcement round-up: Android M, Android Pay, Google Photos, more

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Google has just finished kicking off its annual Google I/O developer conference, with a main keynote that provided us with a closer look at what the company has been up to in recent months as well as what it has planned.It announced everything from HBO... >>

Next Nexus will have fingerprint scanner and USB Type-C, Google hint suggests

Next Nexus will have fingerprint scanner and USB Type-C, Google hint suggests

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At the Google I/O 2015 developer conference, there's been plenty of news about Android Pay, the forthcoming Android M, as well as the launch of Google Photos. In the past the way that this works is that Android's new features are announced at Google... >>

Android M is Android Milkshake: Sneaky clue spotted at Google I/O

Android M is Android Milkshake: Sneaky clue spotted at Google I/O

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There has been a lot of talk about what the next Android will be called and, specifically, what type of sweet or desert it will adopt as its popular name. However, it seems that it will be neither. It will be a drink this year.Android M, as it is called... >>

New version of Google Cardboard coming, will also work with iPhone

New version of Google Cardboard coming, will also work with iPhone

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Google has announced a new version of its cheap and cheerful virtual reality viewer, Google Cardboard, that not only fits screen sizes up to 6-inches, but will also work with iOS.The new Google Cardboard is similar to last year's model in look. It is... >>

Google Photos is unlimited and free: What you need to know and how to get it

Google Photos is unlimited and free: What you need to know and how to get it

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While holding its main keynote at Google I/O, Google introduced an entirely new product. It’s an app. A photos app. Yup, it's the long-awaited Google Photos app that you’ve been hearing so much about in recent weeksMany reports have claimed that Google... >>

Meet Now on Tap: Google Now just got way smarter on Android M

Meet Now on Tap: Google Now just got way smarter on Android M

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Google Now is all about context and the new, Now on Tap feature in Android M makes it smarter than ever.The idea is that Android will know what you're doing on your smart device so you can get more information by simply asking or tapping.Some examples... >>

Android M previewed: Android Pay, fingerprint support, USB Type-C and more

Android M previewed: Android Pay, fingerprint support, USB Type-C and more

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Talking during the Google I/O keynote, Dave Burke, VP engineering of Android at Google, gave us a sneak peak of what to expect from Android M, the next version of the Google operating system.Android M is about improving the core user experience in Android... >>

Brillo confirmed: Google's ecosystem to make the Internet of Things work

Brillo confirmed: Google's ecosystem to make the Internet of Things work

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Google has announced its Project Brillo program that it hopes will become the underlying ecosystem that makes the Internet of Things possible.Speaking during the Google I/O developers conference, Sundar Pichai, the company's senior vice president of... >>

Android Pay for Android M detailed: Fingerprint payments, tap to pay, due this summer

Android Pay for Android M detailed: Fingerprint payments, tap to pay, due this summer

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Google I/O 2015 has kicked off and as expected Android M has taken the lead. Apart from a host of reveals on the new OS, Google has also talked specifically about its mobile payment system, Android Pay.Google Android Pay will work at over 700,000 US... >>

Watch the Google I/O 2015 keynote livestream right here

Watch the Google I/O 2015 keynote livestream right here

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Google I/O is about to kick-off again with big announcements expected from the Moscone Centre West in San Francisco.The main keynote speech, which should include the most exciting announcements, will begin at 5:30pm BST today.As this is a developer event,... >>

Google I/O 2015: What to expect from the keynote and more

Google I/O 2015: What to expect from the keynote and more

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It's that time of year again.The Google I/O 2015 annual developer conference is scheduled to kick off in San Francisco today. Tickets already went on sale in March and were priced around $900 for general admission or $300 for academic admission.If you... >>

Android M is just the tip of the iceberg, expect major annual Android updates from now on

Android M is just the tip of the iceberg, expect major annual Android updates from now on

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Google I/O, the company's annual developers conference kicks off with a keynote address tomorrow - in the evening in the UK, morning locally in the US - and that means there will be plenty of things announced or talked about that will interest far more... >>

Android Auto: How does it work and when will it finally be available?

Android Auto: How does it work and when will it finally be available?

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Google isn't going to let Apple steal your attention, not even for one second, so it outlined a new plan of attack last summer that aims to keep you tied to Android...even from behind the wheel. Jump forward to today, and the company has just started... >>

What is Google Brillo and when will it arrive?

What is Google Brillo and when will it arrive?

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Just last week Qualcomm was announcing a plan to get its chips into smart devices designed for the Internet of Things, and now Google is reportedly developing an operating system that they can run.It is allegedly gearing up to release the new software... >>

Watch Google and Skrillex launch a satellite for his new Android phone 'Live Case'

Watch Google and Skrillex launch a satellite for his new Android phone 'Live Case'

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Google teamed up with Skrillex to send a balloon satellite (named after his dog) into space that'll take pictures of the Earth and work with his new Android phone case. Seriously.Google said it is launching a series of creative collaborations in an effort... >>

Google+ being ripped apart: Google Photos to launch at Google I/O?

Google+ being ripped apart: Google Photos to launch at Google I/O?

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Google is getting ready to unveil Google Photos, it's claimed.The latest rumour comes from Bloomberg, which has said Google wants to split the Photos feature from Google+ and make it into a standalone storage and photo-sharing service, but this isn't... >>

Honeywell Lyric vs Google Nest: What's the difference?

Honeywell Lyric vs Google Nest: What's the difference?

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Honeywell offers a couple of smart heating systems within its portfolio including the multi-zone Evohome and the Single Zone Thermostat. It also has another number up its sleeve though - known as Lyric - and while this smart thermostat is only available... >>