Monthly Archive:: March 2014

Google’s Photowall to convert Chromecast-connected televisions to photo frames

In the latest offering from the Google Chrome stables, its new app, Photowall for Chromecast, is all set to convert television panels into digital photo frames. Dubbed the ‘latest Chrome experiment’ the app is available for the

One-third of all Web traffic is ‘fake’

Online advertising is considered to be a step above the old media solutions because everything can be measured and understood. Instead of looking at circulation figures and wondering if any of those readers even opened the page

Google Now cards now available to Chrome users on desktops and laptops

Google Now’s card interface that pops up important information as and when users need them on their Android phones, will now also be available for desktop and laptop users via the Google Chrome browser. The news comes

Twitter rolls out video preview to its Android and iOS apps

Twitter on its eighth birthday on Wednesday rolled out a new ‘first tweet’ tool that allows users to discover the first tweet of any Twitter user. However, it seems the popular social micro blogging site has more

Google kicks off always encrypted Gmail service

Google said Thursday its popular Gmail service would use encryption to thwart snooping, in the latest move by the tech sector reassuring customers following revelations about US surveillance programs. “Your email is important to you, and making