google

Articles from this Tag

A bridge to the cloud: Google Cloud Connect for Microsoft Office now available to early testers

Tens of millions of people have moved to Google Docs because it’s 100% web: it provides real-time collaboration in the browser, with no software to install, manage or upgrade. Of course, we know that many more of you still use Microsoft Office, because until recently, there weren’t many tools to help you collaborate and share […]

Read more

Google Launches Personalized Fashion Shop Boutiques.com

Google launched a personalized online fashion shop Boutiques.com, letting users visually search and discover fashion goods as well as create their own fashion boutique. Currently limited to the U.S. and women’s fashion only (with plans to expand in the future), Boutiques assists you in refreshing your wardrobe with a combination of curated fashion choices from […]

Read more

Editing your Google Docs on the go

Cross posted on the Official Google Blog, Google Enterprise Blog and the Google Mobile Blog With Google Docs, we’re always trying to make you more productive—and part of that means making it possible for you to get things done from anywhere, at anytime. That’s why we’re excited that the new documents editor now supports editing on […]

Read more

Google’s New Feature: Trap My Contacts Now

Want to import your Gmail address book into Facebook? Google is happy to let you do that (although it doesn’t want to make it easy). But first, it wants you to be aware of what you’re doing namely, that you are importing them into a place where you will never be able to get them […]

Read more

Google search improved

Have you noticed that when you search anything with Google, no there is a little triangle on the left of the first result that you can move up and down with the arrow keys and wherever you are there is a little magnifying glass that when you mouse over you have a preview of the […]

Read more

New charts in Google Docs

Read more

Drag-and-Drop Your Images into Google Docs

Google has just added the ability to drag-and-drop images from the desktop into a Google Docs document. The new feature works with the latest versions of Google Chrome, Firefox and Safari, and Google says it plans to add support for other browsers soon. The feature works exactly as you would expect. Rather than importing an image using the web uploader, entering […]

Read more

Do you hate conversation threads in Gmail? You can switch them off now

Many of us have hated for ever that all the emails are clustered in conversations, and it is true that after a while you get use to it and in fact you see that it is good to bring back to focus a response on an email you have already archived. Well, Google is rolling out […]

Read more

Google Is Making Your Account Vastly More Secure With Two-Step Authentication

“Two-factor authentication” may be the least sexy-sounding feature I’ve ever written about. But if you’ve ever worried about being phished or having your password hacked, it could be your best friend — because it makes it much, much harder for a hacker to break into your account. Today, Google is announcing that it’s bringing the security […]

Read more

Gmail Priority Inbox to sort your messy inbox by priorities

Google is rolling out Priority Inbox for Gmail. For Google apps user it will be rolled out next week. The idea is to handle messy inboxes, by applying rules. Take a look at the video:

Read more

Now Google Voice in your Gmail: Call US and Canada for free

Google is adding google voice into your gmail. Not in google apps, sure. If you have a gmail account, and you are in the US, then you can call for free to the US and Canada directly from your Gmail page. Google voice is not available outside the US so it is not usefull for […]

Read more

Bicycling Directions, Trails Come to Google Maps

There’s nothing worse for a bicyclist than finding yourself a mile in to a two-mile stretch of shoulder-less, busy, highway-speed traffic with no alternative route. Before today, this was a common occurrence if you went to trusty Google Maps to get bicycling directions, but starting today, that has all changed. Google has added bicycling directions, lanes and […]

Read more

GrottoCenter: a comunity database for cavers

GrottoCenter is wiki-like website for cavers. The site allows cavers to share their knowledge and favourite caving locations with other cavers. GrottoCenter includes a Google Map that shows the locations of the submitted caves and the site’s members. Currently the map shows the location 0f over 12,000 caves and 361 grottoes. As well as displaying […]

Read more

Google Images more like…. bing?

Have you recently looked for an image using google images? Well, it get getting better and better. Now it looks like bing ;-) I tried looking for images of New York.

Read more

Now You Can Search For Google Docs From Within Gmail (And It Catches Typos, Too)

Google may be synonymous with search, but some of the search functionality in its Apps products is sadly lacking — if you want to search for something in Google Docs, Calendar, or Gmail, you’ve had to do it from within its respective app. Today, it’s getting a bit better: Gmail has just launched a feature that […]

Read more
Go top