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Google Chrome ad blocker goes live tomorrow to kill annoying online ads

Google is acting against what it describes as ‘intrusive’ adverts, by firing up an integrated ad blocker in the Chrome web browser as of tomorrow, February 15. What this...

Google Quest For Dominance Continues With New AMP Formats For Email and News

Google is rolling out a bevy of new open source Accelerated Mobile Page tools for developers this week, coming in two flavors: AMP for...

Google AMP for Email will probably make Gmail even more annoying

Your email is about to come a whole lot more interactive or a whole lot more annoying, depending on how you look at it...

Nokia branded Android phones reportedly outsold Google HTC and OnePlus over the holidays

Nokia might not be technically manufacturing phones anymore, but Nokia-branded handsets (made by HMD) are reportedly beating Google, HTC, and OnePlus sales. Counterpoint analyst...

Why an increasing number of young people are abandoning Facebook

Facebook is shedding young people more quickly than anticipated, according to a study from research firm eMarketer with rival Snapchat potentially “siphoning away” users. Under...

Google To Webmaster Cut Down On Similar Content Pages

A webmaster or business owner was upset his website dropped in its Google search rankings and complained in the Google Webmaster Help forums. Google's Aaseesh responded...

Find out what to expect from Android P in our extensive guide

The most recent version of Google Android, 8.0 Oreo, is slowly making its way out into the world, and towards the phone in your...

Zombie bots are coming for lonely singles on Valentines Day

America’s lonely hearts are more likely than ever to catch a virus this Valentine’s Day on their computer. An especially aggressive robot network of 6...

Android Messages is Google’s best chance to compete with iMessage

After years of trial and error, all the pieces are in place for Android Messages to be a legitimate alternative to iMessage. To say that...

Over 55 flock to Facebook as teenagers leave in droves for Snapchat

Facebook is facing a “teen problem” as more young people are signing off and heading to rival platforms such as Snapchat, according to a...

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