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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Google has been outspoken over the last few years in lambasting the growing number of "patent trolls" seeking and filing lawsuits left and right in the technology sector.
T-Mobile continues its aggressive march on competing carriers by launching the first cellular Google Nexus 9 and offering low cost unlimited data, voice, and text business plans.
Following the acquisition of Skybox, Google is giving high-quality satellite images away for free to non-profits.
Security software provider Trend Micro will share its threat information analysis with global police agency Interpol for the next three years, in a bid to bridge the gap in information sharing between the public and private sectors.
Google Voice SMS is now integrated into Hangouts (and you can use your Google Voice number). Here's how to get everything working.
Demands for user data requests have more than doubled in five years, with the U.S. government leading pack in the global intelligence gathering race.
Salesforce.com isn't the only cloud giant with a new startup fund this month.
Google is improving upon an app popular for personal and business use cases alike.
Most people use the include Maps app or Google Maps for navigation on the iPhone, here's why Garmin's new offering is worth a look.
Android has market share, global domination and an army of developers, but is starting to look tired and clunky relative to other platforms. Can Google refresh Android and herd its partners to create a more integrated experience?
Google said it plans to use Skybox's satellites to keep Google Maps accurate with up-to-date imagery and eventually for work with disaster relief.
Amazon Web Services, Microsoft, and Google are part of a growing number of global cloud players looking to compete in the Asian market, but the region's local players can still gain the upper hand with the right cards.
Telenav's Scout program for mobile phones is a powerful navigation solution that competes with Google and Apple Maps. A couple of announcements were made today that set them apart from these solutions.
Anveo and PhonePower are viable replacements for Google Voice if you want to connect them to a landline phone.
There's no need to try to convert the last five decades of analog phone devices to something that runs over the Internet. Let's just use the Internet devices we already have in the house. Let's use Skype with Google Voice.
Since Google is the oracle of all information, it seems strange that it can't tell you who owns a given phone number.
If you're looking for a good VoIP solution and don't need Google Voice, consider Ooma. It's pretty impressive. However, if you're firmly a Google Voice user, you might want to look elsewhere.
Here's how you can make and receive Google Voice phone calls from any old wired phone you may have lying around your house. The only problem is that this might not be your best solution. That's coming in a later article.
Here's how you can set up a complex home office with two phone line and Google Voice. This is the Mark I attempt at a solution. It works, but we found better options, especially since Google is deprecating the XMPP protocol.
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