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Google bringing new features to its Glass device this week

Google bringing new features to its Glass device this weekClose on the heels of its Android KitKat update for its Glass firmware, Google has now announced that it is bringing more new features to its wearable computing device this week.

Google Chrome security flaw could allow hackers to snoop on conversations

Google Chrome security flaw could allow hackers to snoop on conversationsIn an earlier-this-week blog post, an Israel-based software developer - Guy Aharonovsky - uncovered new security vulnerability in Google Chrome web browser. The developer claimed that the security flaw can give a hacker the ability to snoop on someone's conversations, even if the access to the microphone is blocked in the victim's Chrome settings.

Chromecast home screen is likely getting a more personalized makeover

Chromecast home screen is likely getting a more personalized makeoverAccording to code unearthed by a user on Reddit, Google is apparently planning to give a more personalized makeover to the Chromecast home screen.

The unearthed code contains hints that the Chromecast home screen may boast the addition of a weather forecast option, along with some other more personalized options than those offered at present.

Google Chromecast adds support for Rdio, Crackle, Vudu and PlayOn

Google Chromecast adds support for Rdio, Crackle, Vudu and PlayOnOn Monday, Google added four new apps to the list of compatible apps for its Chromecast streaming media player.

The dongle now supports music-streaming service Rdio, video content service Crackle, online TV/movie store Vudu, and the PlayOn service which combines a number of popular content-streaming platforms.

Google ‘cleans up’ Android apps by updating Google Play Developer Program Policy

Google ‘cleans up’ Android apps by updating Google Play Developer Program PolicyIn a last-week update of its Google Play Developer Program Policy, Google has announced certain minor yet significant changes to the policy. The changes made by Google to the Developer Program Policy essentially underscore an attempt to 'clean up' the apps which are available and are operating on its Android mobile operating system.

Google mandates 'Powered by Android' logo on boot-up screens of Android devices

Google mandates 'Powered by Android' logo on boot-up screens of Android devicesAccording to a Geek. com report, smartphone manufacturers who run their devices on Google's open source Android software will have to add the 'Powered by Android' logo on the boot-up screens if they want to get certified for Google's Mobile Services.

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