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f you are a serious gamer, what could be cooler than building your own LAN party house, that what Kenton Varda, a Google engineer decided to do, and as you can see in the photos below, Kenton’s house has 12 fold out computer stations.
As well as the twelve fold out computer stations, which are spread
out across two rooms, there are also two large TVs with various game
consoles, and when not in use the computer stations can be easily ...
Google has this week announced via a blog post that it is enabling, forward secrecy by default on its Gmail service.
Which will make sure that any emails you have written today will stay
as safe in the future when faster and more powerful machines will become
available that might be able to decrypt the security.
Google explains that initially, only Chrome and Firefox will use the
new forward secrecy by default, when using Google services, as at the
moment Microsoft’s Internet Expl...
Google has announced that it will be merging its two payment options
into one with Google Checkout now becoming a part of Google Wallet.
Enabling user who are currently using Google Wallet to be able to make
purchases on Google Checkout enabled websites.
If you are a current user of Google Checkout you account
will automatically be merged by Google into Google Wallet the next time
you login or make a purchase.
After first introducing their new Google Go programming language
over two years ago, Google has now announced that it will now be
launching Google GO 1.0 in early 2012. The new Google Go will become
part of the Google App Engine service when it comes out of its
Google Go has been designed by Google to provide a lower level
programming language thats aimed at controlling the power of power of
multicore processors using methods of "garbage collectio...
has announced this week that it will soon be rolling out
Google+ integration for users of its Blogger service. When you log in to
Blogger in draft mode at the top a new message
is shown stating "Connect Blogger to Google+”. However Google says they
are now rolling the integration out to all regular Blogger user
interfaces within the next couple of weeks.
This week its been unofficially reported by statistician Paul Allen
that Google+ may now have passed the 43 million user mark. Allen the
founder of the Ancestry.com uses a unique method of estimating the
number of users currently within the Google+ ranks by using uncommon
In the past Allen’s predictions have proved very accurate, and he
reports there were approximately 37.8 million users on Google+ as of
this morning, up from 28.7 13 days ago.
Yesterday we heard that Google were getting ready to launch their new NFC based payment system, Google Wallet, it is now official and as we reported previously Google wallet will be available with the Sprint Nexus S 4G.
The service works with a Citi Mastercard or a Google Prepaid Card,
the Google Prepaid Card can be funded using any existing credit card,
and Google has also announced that other companies includin...
Google announced their new Google Wallet service back in May, and now
it would appear that Google is getting ready to launch Google Wallet
and the payment service could possibly launch today, the 19th of
Google has apparently been sending out documents, which state that
the Google Wallet will launch on the Sprint Nexus S from the 19th of
September, you can see this in the 2nd photo below.
Google has today announced via its "Data Liberation Front”
team thats its now provided Google Voice users
the ability to export
Google Voice data from its service, using the Google Takeout
Watch the brief presentation video announcing the new data
export feature for
Google Voice after the break.
engineer Ari Gilder decided to propose to his girlfriend Faigy,
although he didn’t take the traditional route with a candlelit dinner,
instead he devised a unique way to propose using Google Maps and an
Ari arrange for Faigy’s boss to give her a Nexus One smartphone
preloaded with Google Maps, he then sent his girlfriend on a scavenger
hunt around New York City, and she had to visit various places around
New York, at each one she was asked a new questi...
This week Google has a announced that its will be closing 10 of its experimental services including Aardvark the start up created by ex Googlers and acquired by Google back in February 2010. Other services to be closed include Google Desktop which will closing on ...
Google has announced that it will be merging its two payment options into one with Google Checkout now becoming a part of Google Wallet. Enabling user who are currently using Google Wallet to be able to ...