Google has become a household name and a verb, meaning to find something on the internet: “Google it”. Not only does Google have the most widely used search engine in the world, they also have a number of online productivity tools, like Gmail, Google Docs, Calendar, and many other apps. Here to help you navigate through all the products Google has to offer is Jean Amprimoz and his talented team of technology writers. Bring your technology questions here! Let us know how we can help you!
Although the name sounds somewhat silly, Google’s Project Fi aims to save you money and reduce the complexity of mobile carrier plans. With a supported phone you can easily make the switch, but is it right for you? Read on to find out.
Google recently announced that they would be bringing the Google Play Store to the Chrome OS. What does this mean for the future of Chromebooks and more interestingly, what does it say about Microsoft’s diminishing PC sales?
Oracle is suing Google over the alleged theft of their intellectual property. Google is accused of stealing several thousand lines of Java code. What is this case about and what is the potential impact to Google if they lose?
Google Inbox has been available in preview form for a few months now. After using it during this time, I’ve grown to rather enjoy the fresh take on mailbox management.
There is more to Google than search and email - its calendar tool offers appointment and calendar sharing functionality that is on a par with Microsoft Outlook and Lotus Notes.
Google is nothing if not innovative, and they’re rebounding with a new shot at claiming a piece of the big music market. Given Google’s missteps in the past, what exactly does this mean for the average user?
Whether you’re a big fan of Gmail or use it out of necessity, you should be pretty happy to find that the slightly tired-looking user interface has finally been updated with a choice of slick and functional new styles. But what else has changed?
Google is rolling out yet another new feature that might change the way we use the web. If you regularly comment on articles with Facebook or Disqus your thoughts are about to be unwrapped for all the world to see as they begin to appear in Google search engine results pages…
Browser based online office solution Google Documents features three tools: a word processor, a spreadsheet and a presentations editor. But how much do you know about them?
Google knows everything about you - or at least stuff that you wouldn’t expect it to know. Whether you use services provided by the search giant or not, the fact is that things are getting a little out of hand. So I wrote the once exciting tech start-up a letter expressing my concerns…