Google Domains: Domain Registration Service Launched

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Google is known to try its hand at everything and here we are with one of its new products. A Domain Registration Service.

Google Domains is what it is called and you can check it out at domains.google.com. This is currently in the beta phase and will be serving on an invite-only basis. This could be a real competitor to the existing and established services like GoDaddy.

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Google I/O Registrations postponed by a week

Google I/O Registrations postponed by a week

If you were thinking of waking up early in the morning today to submit your name in a quest to attend the Google I/O, well, I have a bad news for you. Google I/O registration dates have been postponed by a week and the registration window will be open from April 15th to April 18th.

The reason for the last minute change in the registration window is due to the fact that Google is not actually ready with system that will randomly pick the users.

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Google’s Project Hera: Bridging Android, Chrome and the Web

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Google’s Project Hera, is the rumored project that aims at bridging Android, Chrome and Web to give the user a one-stop experience to control all the tasks. Project Hera may arrive in the next build of Android which might be launched at Google I/O in June.

The rumors reported are not totally clear on how Project Hera works but we will try give you a basic idea about it. The main objective of Project Hera is to make the native Android apps, web apps in Chrome and the Google Search to synchronize with each other and present to you easier ways to perform the tasks related to them.

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Google acquires Apple for $500 billion

Google acquires Apple for $500 billion

Google acquired Apple Inc. on Tuesday for $500 billion. This is the biggest acquisition in history and whatever you read prior to this is false, to fool you. Got you, April fool.

But seriously, if this happens it would really be great. I love Google for what it has become now. Starting out as a search engine and slowly providing products like Adwords, Adsense, Analytics, Drive and many other. How can we forget the Android operating system they created. It has the major market share among mobile operating systems.

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Try Google Naps to find places where you can nap

Try Google Naps to find places where you can nap

Google Naps is a parody of Google Maps. Two guys from Netherlands, Kakhiel and Venour, have created a website which uses Google Maps to display the nearest places where you can take a nap.

Now, do not think this to be similar to Airbnb. It is not and never will be. This is just a fun app created by the developers. If you check out the information of the places plotted, you can have a good laugh. Reason: They are funny.

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Google unveils Android Wear OS for wearables

Google unveils Android Wear OS for wearables

Google in a blog post on Tuesday unveiled Android Wear, the customized version of Android for wearables.

The Android Wear is so heavily customized to achieve great performance on the wearables. Generally it concentrates on only two components: the information and the ability to get it by voice or text commands.

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Android SDK for wearables launching in two weeks

Android SDK for wearables launching in two weeks

Google will be launching Android SDK(Software Development Kit) for wearables in two weeks time, says Sundar Pichai, Senior Vice President of Android at Google.

Sundar announced this during a discussion with John Battelle at the South by Southwest(SXSW) conference in Austin, Texas.

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Google unveils Google Maps Gallery, a way to find rich maps

Google unveils Google Maps Gallery, a way to find rich maps

Google builds up on its Google Maps Engine public data program which was introduced last year and launches the Google Maps Gallery.

Google Maps Gallery will allow governments, nonprofits and businesses to publish their valuable maps to the gallery which can be discovered by users more easily.

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Google to launch Nexus smartwatch in June at Google I/O

Google to launch Nexus smartwatch in June at Google I/O

Google is planning to release a smartwatch of its own in June at Google I/O, reports CNET. The device will be the Nexus of smartwatches with Google controlling the design of the software and hardware.

The smartwatch will be manufactured by LG(who also manufactured the last two Nexus devices). Google is going to make an announcement about this smartwatch in March.

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Project Tango: Google’s 3D sensing Android Phone

Project Tango: Google's 3D sensing Android Phone

Google has revealed a new project code-named Project Tango, an Android Phone which can track the 3D world around us using its sensors.

This is a project carried out by Google’s Advanced Technology and Projects Division (ATAP) and was in development for over a year.

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