Justice Department Sues Google

On the twentieth of October the Justice Department filed a law sue that claims the Google has violated several antitrust laws. After a year long investigation Justice Department concluded that its digital domination to the detriment of its cooperate rivals and customers. The complaint contends that Google through special agreements and other problematic business practices…

Google’s Mishap

On Sunday June 2nd nearly all of the Google Cloud was disrupted doe to a configuration error which has some people thinking, “Is this the time to hand all of my critical computing over to the cloud.” Not only the Google services you would expect to go down were effected but many sites that are…

What is Google Stadia?

Stadia is a cloud gaming service operated by Google, claimed to be capable of streaming video games up to 4K resolution at 60 frames per second with support for high-dynamic-range, to players via the company’s numerous data centers across the globe, provided they are using a sufficiently high-speed Internet connection. It will be accessible through…

Pixel 3a, A Less Expensive Phone From Google

The new phone the Pixel 3a promises to have the features and power of the Pixel 3 at a lower price-point but will it hold up to the hype. Who knows until someone gets their hands on it so I have not yet to seen a review. The specs look good many of its components…

Google Fiber, Epic Failure

You may have heard of Google’s plan to end its 1 gigabit fiber Internet service after less than two years. This has been quite a shock to the services current customers. Google Fiber has encountered a myriad of technical issues with the micro-trenching technique and networking equipment it was using. I thought after resolving the…

Make Your Internet QUIC

QUIC is an experimental transport layer network protocol initially designed, implemented, and deployed by Google in 2012. QUIC’s main goal is to improve perceived performance of connection-oriented web applications that are currently using TCP How to Deploying QUIC On Chrome To deploy deploy QUIC on your Chrome web-browser open Chrome and type chrome://flags in the…

Chrome OS What is it?

Chrome OS is an operating system designed by Google that is based on the Linux kernel and uses the Google Chrome web browser as its principal user interface. As a result, Chrome OS primarily supports web applications. Chrome is very stable and very secure. It is perfect for an individual or group that uses Google apps or other web apps. When using Chrome OS the user…

My Google Fiber

On the 27th and 28th of June the Google Fiber technicians came to do my installation. It took to days to do because the the equipment out front had to be replace first. On the second day the tech brought it into the house. Equipment Review My thoughts after having the service for one day: the…

What’s New With Gmail

Gmail after several years has a new look and some new functionality. What’s New? New look – The corners are rounder especially the compose but which is now oval instead of rectangular. Big deal! A sidebar for Google’s apps, Smart reply, Snooze an email, Confidential email, A choice of layouts, Find out more about these…

Google Assistant Wins, Suck It Siri!

Google is taking on Alexa, Siri and Cortana with its own voice assistant: Google Assistant. It has made incredible progress thus far and it’s probably the most advanced of the assistants out there. Watch this incredible demonstration of the Google Assistant at work…