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Google's self driving cars have driven nearly 2 million kilometres without speeding ticket

By Robin-Leigh Chetty 13 November 2015

Amassing nearly 2 million kilometres on the road to date, Google says its self-driving cars are yet to receive a ticket. FULL STORY >

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Tag Heuer unveils its $1500 Connected Watch running Android Wear

By Robin-Leigh Chetty 10 November 2015

First detailed at Baselworld 2015 earlier in the year, luxury watchmaker Tag Heuer has now debuted its Connected Watch, which is set to retail for $1500. FULL STORY >

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Google reportedly looking for a partner to help design its own chips

By Robin-Leigh Chetty 6 November 2015

According to reports, Google is aiming to get on the same level as Apple and Samsung, by designing its own set of smartphone chips with the help of a partner. FULL STORY >

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Project Loon aims to launch 300-plus balloons in 2016 across the Southern Hemisphere

By Robin-Leigh Chetty 29 October 2015

Funded and coordinated by Google and Alphabet, Project Loon's balloons reach the upper stratosphere to provide broadband coverage. In 2016, the company aims to launch 300-plus of them. FULL STORY >

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Interbrand ranks world's top brands, with Apple first for third consecutive year

By Robin-Leigh Chetty 5 October 2015

Ranking global brand's values, Interband lists the top 100, with Apple ranking first, followed by Google Coca-Cola and Microsoft. FULL STORY >

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Google debuts Nexus 5X & 6P, manufactured by LG and Huawei respectively

By Robin-Leigh Chetty 30 September 2015

Following Google's Nexus event, the company officially debuted its new Nexus lineup of smartphones, the 5X and 6P, each designed by a different manufacturer. FULL STORY >

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Google hires ex-Hyundai CEO to head up its Self-Driving cars

By Robin-Leigh Chetty 14 September 2015

John Krafcik, former CEO of Hyundai America gets headhunted by Google to take over its Self-Driving car division from late September this year. FULL STORY >

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Google's Android Pay wallet app begins rolling out to select users

By Robin-Leigh Chetty 11 September 2015

Serving as its second attempt at an Android-based wallet app, Google begins the rollout of Android Pay to select users touting a 4.4 OS and NFC-enabled device. FULL STORY >

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Google introduces a new logo

By Robin-Leigh Chetty 2 September 2015

After restructuring internally less than a month ago, Google is now turning its attention on its own logo, showcasing a redesign more in line with its parent company Alphabet. FULL STORY >

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YouTube's Twitch rival, YouTube Gaming, set to launch tomorrow

By Robin-Leigh Chetty 26 August 2015

Following on from its pre-E3 announcement this year, YouTube's Twitch rivalling service named YouTube Gaming, is primed and ready for launch tomorrow. FULL STORY >

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New Huawei-built Nexus phablet reportedly leaked, features detailed

By Robin-Leigh Chetty 25 August 2015

Almost every new smartphone gets leaked early, so it's no surprise that Google's rumoured Huawei-built Nexus phablet has surfaced online, along with some interesting features. FULL STORY >

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Motorola Nexus 6

By Robin-Leigh Chetty 24 August 2015

At 5.96" and boasting plenty worth shouting about, it appears as if Google and Motorola make one impressive collaboration, the result of which is the top notch Motorola Nexus 6. FULL STORY >

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Google testing new Foodie-focused Maps feature

By Robin-Leigh Chetty 24 August 2015

Aiming to capitalise on the Foodie and Instagram trends, Google is reportedly testing out a food photo tagging feature for its Maps application. FULL STORY >

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After (not) failing a drop test, Google Project Ara will get new camera and battery

By Robin-Leigh Chetty 21 August 2015

After Google's Project Ara modular phone 'failed' a drop test earlier this week, the company has detailed an impending camera and battery update, as it preps 2016-slated release. FULL STORY >

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Create your own weird Deep Dream photos with Dreamscope

By Staff Writer 22 July 2015

You might have noticed the weird-as-hell images created by Google’s Deep Dream software floating about recently. Want to create your own? Dreamscope allows you to do just that, effortlessly. FULL STORY >

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