Google refused to confirm if it's truly been developing a censored search engine for China after reports about the project's existence came out, but it might soon have no choice but to come clean. A group of six Democratic and Republican Senators led…
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There are tons of different ways to listen to podcasts on your Android device, whether you’re using a third-party application or even Google’s own music streaming service. But for many people, something without a subscription or service attached to it is a more attractive option, and it can be even more appealing when it’s built […]
Come comment on this article: Manage your podcasts directly inside the Google Search app
Last year, Google issued some updates that made it easier to track down flight and hotel deals and it has recently been testing an option that would bring up vacation rentals when users search for hotels. The new feature shows up under the "Accommoda…
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In Manhattan, there are 423 Apple devices that have been lawfully seized since October 2014. The reason they’re sitting around like bricks? NYC District Attorney Cyrus Vance points to Apple’s default device encryption in iOS 8.
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Samsung Pay is celebrating its first year in America by launching a feature couponers would love. The Korean company has teamed up with the owner of Coupons.com to make redeeming discounts much easier. Now, when you link your loyalty card or account…
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Philae, which made history as the first to ever land on a comet, was dismissed as lost when it had trouble getting enough sunlight to charge its batteries. But now, we know where it is, and recovery has never looked so sweet.
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Google has launched an update to its search engine designed to make traveling cheaper and help users find deals on both hotels and flights. For example, users can now be notified when a hotel fare drops below the norm.
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What do you normally do when you find the perfect image? Probably save it, take a screenshot, bookmark the webpage? Well now there is an easier way. Google has just made things a lot easier by allowing the ability to star and bookmark images right from Google’s image search on mobile.
Simply search for the image you want and tap the star to bookmark it. You can store all your saved images in custom folders making them very easy to find again.
Currently, this feature is available in the US on all major mobile browsers on Android and iOS. Just make sure you are signed into your Google Account in order to star images.
Come comment on this article: You can now save images to folders within Google image search on mobile
You can now search videos and images by emoji with a new search engine, Emoji2Video. The search engine lets you enter one or more emoji and then displays videos on YouTube according to the emoji selected.
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It can be challenging to keep track of everything that happens in the tech world. That’s why we have compiled a list of the top 10 tech stories from this week — just for you. From Nike’s charitable way of celebrating Back to the Future to iOS 9.1 and new emoji for iPhone owners, it’s all here.
The post Stories you missed: Nike’s self-lacing shoes, Apple flips the bird, Facebook search appeared first on Digital Trends.
Facebook’s expanding the scope of its search function to encompass all 2 trillion (and counting) public posts on the social network. It’s an attempt at transforming search into a more useful, cohesive tool.
Every year you’ve searched for “NFL” on Google Search and YouTube more and more, and now, we can scream like the loudest, body-painted fan: GAME ON!
It’s pretty simple: On any screen you watch YouTube, NFL’s YouTube channel will bring you the sights and sounds this week in Arizona, from pre-game analysis to the highlights that everyone will be talking about. After the Super Bowl, don’t let the worst Monday of the year get you down. NFL’s YouTube channel will post more videos all through the offseason.
And when the 2015-2016 season kicks off, you can get right back to watching more “no way he caught that” plays from Odell Beckham Jr., more “no way he completed that” throws from Aaron Rodgers, and analysts telling you which players on the Patriots can boost your fantasy football score. And you can find it all instantly, just with a simple Google search for any team.
We’re thrilled to hit the gridiron with you for Pats-Seahawks, and for all the excitement in the season to come. Enjoy the game on Sunday.
Tim Katz, Sports Partnerships Manager, recently watched “Russell Wilson 2014 season highlights.”