Posts Tagged with "google"

Google introduces "Google Wallet Card"

Posted by Stanislav Furman on November 21, 2013

Google introduces Google Wallet Card

Yesterday, Novemer 20th 2013, Google introduced a debit card called "Google Wallet". According to the company's blog, this card can be used for purchases in stores and withdraw cash from ATMs in the United States only (for now).

Google claims that with the new card you don't need to transfer money from your Google Wallet Balance to your bank account any more, just spend money right after you got them to your Google Wallet account.

Continue reading

Motorola introduces new performant low-cost smartphone

Posted by Stanislav Furman on November 14, 2013

If you always wanted a smartphone but never had enough money for that, you might will get a chance to get one soon. 

Yesterday, Motorola Mobility (in fact it is Google now) introduced a new low-cost smartphone called Moto G (Does "G" mean "Google"?). Motorola claims that this new smartphone won't lose in performance to current high-end expensive smartphones such as Samsung and iPhone. The announced price will be $179 for 8Gb model, and $199 for 16Gb.

Here are the key feature of the new Moto G smartphone:

Continue reading

Aw! Google Drops Support for IE9

Posted by Stanislav Furman on November 12, 2013

The Google Apps blog announced that Google will end support for Internet Explorer 9, now that Internet Explorer 11 is available.

In the statement Google has reminded users that they support latest version of Google Chrome as well as the current and prior major release of Firefox, Internet Explorer and Safari on a rolling. 

So, now the latest IE version is 11, which means that Google will officially support 10 (previous) and 11 (current) versions. This is interesting because a lot of IE users are still using IE9, and even IE8. All those users will be notified when use Google services.

 


Google can replace cookies with something new

Posted by Stanislav Furman on September 30, 2013

A very interesting news recently came out from Google:

Google is developing an anonymous identifier for advertising, or AdID, that would replace third-party cookies as the way advertisers track people's Internet browsing activity for marketing purposes.

Source: USA Today


Google Search Easter Eggs

Posted by Stanislav Furman on September 16, 2013