Google rolls out Incognito Mode for Maps, password checkup tool

Google today began rolling out a host of new features for various apps centered around security and privacy. One of the biggest launches is undoubtedly that of Incognito Mode in Google Maps. Incognito Mode for Google Maps was first revealed back in May, so users have been waiting on this particular feature for several months at this point. Of course, … Continue reading

Google pays homage to the Versace dress that created Google Images

Technology and Fashion couldn’t be farther from each other but there have always been times when the two become intertwined one way or another. The most recent example is Google’s Projects Jacquard and Soli but, almost a decade ago, Google had an odd brush with fashion as well, way back in 2000 when Jennifer Lopez wore what became a highly-popular … Continue reading

Google Search video results will now have links to key points

Google Search has become an almost indispensable tool in today’s age, much to the chagrin of privacy-conscious Internet users. The way it has been indexing and presenting information on the Web has made it learn anything and everything, sometimes even without having to go to the associated website or service. Videos, however, are not as easy to deal with, which … Continue reading

Google didn’t remove photos of Clinton and Epstein that never existed

As the entity with the biggest influence on what we discover on the Internet, Google is seen both as custodian and also censor of the Wide Wild Web. The latter is an especially thorny subject when it comes to political topics, with the search giant accused of favoring either left or right wing agendas. One of the latest controversies involves … Continue reading

Google Images makes it easier to share the GIF to express yourself

Once the bane of the Web and proper web design, GIFs, specifically animated GIFs, have not only returned but also became the Internet’s darling. These short, looping animated clips are often used to comically express sentiments and reactions in ways emojis and even stickers could not. Unless you keep a library of such GIFs categorized by emotion or reaction, searching … Continue reading

Google Android app beta makes it easier to share search results

Many of us have likely found ourselves involved in an online debate where someone drops two oft-heard words: “Google it.” There are already a few ways to share search results, such as Let Me Google that for You, which delivers search result steeped in condescension. If you don’t want to be so heavy handed in your approach to sharing search … Continue reading