According to Bloomberg, Google has announced that it will be including a ‘Do Not Track’ button in Chrome. When activated, the user’s browsing history will not be given away to Google and other web services for tailored ads. This new feature falls in line with previous reports about Microsoft, Google and Apple offering more noticeable privacy disclosures in their apps and services. Amid swirling discussion on how tech companies handle privacy issues, Google on Thursday became the latest Internet giant to support adding a ‘Do Not Track’ button to its Web browser.
On Tuesday Google announced the launch of its popular Chrome web browser for Android such as Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich
Google+ users gets new feature which they are using on Facebook since a long time, now Google+ users can update status with their recorded video through webcam.
Google will launch a series of ads across major newspapers, magazines and billboards, as part of its new “Good to Know” initiative, designed to make the internet a safer, more comfortable place.
Google search engine website has prepared a number of Christmas surprises for the search portal users. You may now bring snow to your browser window by simply typing the name of the popular song – “Let it Snow” – in the Google’s search box.
Google has released an Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system update for Nexus S smartphones.
TeleNav, one of the largest global wireless location-based services providers, announced that it has created the first HTML5 browser-based, voice-guided, turn-by-turn GPS navigation service for mobile devices.
Google runs Japan post-destruction reconstruction in the Google Maps application.
Google Search provides an advances opportunity to generate mathematical graphs from the given math functions.