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Google’s latest partnership could result in smartphones that recognize objects much the same way humans do.

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Google is once again giving away 2GB of free permanent storage toGoogle Drive users on Safer Internet Day, which is Tuesday. All users need to do is to complete a short security checkup on their Google Account.

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Google is developing a new virtual-reality headset for smartphones, and adding extra support for the technology to its Android operating system, as it challenges Facebook's Oculus for an early lead in Silicon Valley’s latest platform war. 

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Technology giant Google will make public emergency alerts for floods available in India as part of its efforts to make critical information more accessible around natural disasters.

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Tech giant Google is hoping that a $1 million investment in security will help protect its cloud storage customers from malicious hacks. The company announced a new research grant program that will offer up to $1 million in grants to independent security researchers, over and above its existing budget for security research.

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"G" is no longer for "Google X."

Alphabet has renamed its secretive, futuristic lab and given it a new logo. The company is now called simply "X," and it is represented by a 3D yellow X that looks like something that belongs in a modern art gallery.



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The latest product listing ad (PLA) test by Google is a real estate play: Google is testing an expandable view of PLAs that takes the total number of ads in view from five to 16. It was spotted by the folks at ChannelAdvisor.

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If you see the plug-in is unresponsive: Shockwave Flash, here's how to fix it



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Every year CES has more to offer than any one human being could possibly digest in one week. We waded through the torrent of tech gear to bring you our picks for the most interesting, innovative and just plain fun tech in fields like transportation, VR and wearables. This is Gizmag's Best of CES 2016.
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