Nowadays there’s no such thing as leaving a question unanswered, because if no one knows its off to Google we go. Well done South Africa, these are great.
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Pokemon Go is no doubt a phenomenal hit, but the guy behind it has been building up to this point 20 years. Let us introduce you to John Hanke.
We know that there is no shortage of racist keyboard warriors trolling the internet, but sometimes even a simple search can open your eyes.
I enjoy apps like Instagram and Pinterest, but they’re not adding anything particularly useful to my life. They’re not making me more efficient, you see.
Google has just released its latest app offering, and reviewers aren’t quite sure what it will be used for. It’s sure creating serious buzz though.
Here’s one for everyone who wants to throat punch their boss – there are places out there that are kind of a pleasure to work at.
Follow Pegman down to funky town with Google Maps this April Fools’ for a little bit of innocent fun. Go on, get your groove on.
Google have some pretty impressive things lined up, with this in particular set to be a real game changer. Technology never ceases to amaze.
Tech money is crazy money, but when it’s broken down in a per second earning the numbers really start to take on epic proportions.
Having built themselves into one of the world’s most recognisable brands, Google are rather picky with who they take on board.
Google is paying big bucks to be the default browser on Apple products, but I wonder, is it at all necessary?
Google isn’t the only home-delivery service going the way of the drone and has some fierce competition.
Google has been very forthcoming about their new logo design and has even shed light on the other options they were considering.
Google are well on their way to developing a robot that very closely resembles us humans. Of course their intentions are good but we’ve all seen enough movies to wonder.
Recently released Google data shows South Africa’s growing online porn searches and compares it to the one person who would kill anyone’s sexual appetite.
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‘Come on, join the revolution’ they said, ‘it will be fun’ they said. Now they, the friends who punted Google+ like it was the bee’s knees, are watching the site die a slow death.
Sometimes one is caught so red-handed that it’s not even worth protesting your innocence. This gent in the UK has Google to thank for catching him with his pants down.
I’m sure it’s only a matter of time before Google takes over the world, but their plan to turn us all into real-life Michael Knight’s still has a way to go
They might hold the answer to just about every question in the universe but the folks at Google have really screwed this one up. Not good enough, not by a long shot.
We all photograph every meal we ever eat. It’s the way the world has changed. But imagine if those same photos could tell us how many calories we are eating? Behold! The future!
The online storage market has been hotly contested but, if reviews are to be believed, Google is about to blow the rest out of the water.
Taking a great time-lapse photo requires great dedication and attention to detail, although with Google’s latest technology that might be about to change.