Ahead of the Christmas break, Google has rolled out a slew of Drive updates that improve file format support, file sharing and document search.
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Workday is aiming to make user experience a competitive advantage with frequent updates of the interface across its apps.
Google Glass isn't the entire wearable story for the search giant, but part of a continuum of devices that will ultimately be connected by the user experience, cloud and context.
LinkedIn's new job search app is being touted as a one-stop shop for job seekers without the distractions of news feed updates and digital content postings.
Chrome browser users can now say "OK Google" to initiate a search or tell Google to set a reminder.
There have been recent reports of problems with Windows 8 Updates destroying Linux/Windows dual boot setups. My experience has been that, while there may be problems, they probably aren't as serious as some reports make them sound.
With speeds as much as 100-times faster than most U.S. homes, the search giant turned Internet provider wants more people to experience the next-generation fiber service.
These days, every major browser developer pushes automatic updates to its user base. So why are so many people still using out-of-date browsers?
The new feature means participating apps can accept search terms straight from Google Search, integrating Google's features deeper into the ecosystem.
Owners of the more pure Android experience HTC One and Galaxy S4 should start seeing KitKat updates from today.
Opera appears to have made up its mind on the question of updates for Opera 12: the last will come by mid-2014, along with an automatic update that will push millions over to the new browser.
The iPhone and iPad maker rolls out the latest version of its mobile platform, including fixes and updates to its Spotlight search engine and iCloud Keychain.
Google has updated Glass to XE11 and removed the threat to deactivate devices if they're sold second hand.
When XP support ends next April will you still be running it? Use Chrome and at least your browser will keep getting security updates. There's a good argument that Google is indulging lax security by doing so.
Chrome 31 aims to bring portable native code to the desktop browser and a more native app experience for web apps on Android.
Users of Google's Chrome browser on the desktop will be able to search by image, while Chrome on Android gains support for a wider range of gesture controls.
After five years of Google's Chrome browser, the search giant is hoping to take Chrome apps to the desktop.
Google has done a good job with the Chrome browser on mobile platforms. The beta version rivals the desktop experience on Android and is lightning fast, which is shown on video.
The latest version of Google's browser is out for download, and now includes a bevy of updates including a reset button, and a new omnibox algorithm that will result in more "relevant" suggestions.
The Internet giant quietly rolled out two simple, but perhaps very effective, new search features.
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