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Google Chrome May Soon Sport Material Design

Google seems to be making great progress in incorporating Material Design into the Chrome browser. Some of the changes are actually already on the browser, but hidden using special flags due to their unfinished state.(Photo : Google) Google, which has been looking to bring the Material Design language into the Google Chrome for the past year, looks like...

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Google Executive Almost Exclusively Uses Smartphones For A Year

Using smartphones is the best way to understand smartphone users.(Photo : Joi Ito | Flickr) For tech companies, one of the best ways to understand how their product responds on mobile is to actually use it. That just makes sense, right? It’s also why one Google executive spent much of the last year almost exclusively on smartphones...

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Google Play Store Finally Allows Android App Promo Codes

Finally, Google is now allowing developers to give out promo codes for Android apps and games at the Play Store. The company is providing them an allowance of up to 500 codes per quarter free of charge.(Photo : Pier Marco Tacca | Getty Images) Google has stepped up to the plate, finally ...

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Google Brings Immersive Audio Support To Cardboard SDK

Google has released a spatial audio support app for its Cardboard headset that syncs the user's VR experience with immersive sound.(Photo : Google) Only days after announcing Google VP Clay Bavor's official shift to head of Google's VR endeavors, the tech company has released a support app for Google Cardboard that...

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Google’s Self-Driving Cars Are Safer Than You Think, Even In Bad Weather

Google's self-driving cars had a safe September in California. A VT study backs up Google's claims that self-driving cars are the future of automotive safety.(Photo : Justin Sullivan | Getty) Google reported zero accidents involving its driverless cars. The latest progress report to the California DMV regarding the company's self-driving cars comes after a Virginia Tech study...

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Lenovo And Google Announce Partnership To Develop Project Tango Smartphone

Lenovo and Google have teamed up to create the first Project Tango-enabled smartphone that is slated for the summer of 2016.(Photo : Google) Computer technology company and smartphone maker Lenovo announced that is has partnered with Google to develop a Project Tango-enabled smartphone at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The first consumer ...

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