Guest blogging for SEO is frowned upon by Google. We take a second look at things a blogger must consider before publishing content submitted to their site.

Random but meaningful thoughts on the Samsung Note 3 Android KitKat 4.4.2 update, and musings on wildfires, mobile phone photography at night and lots more.

This work of satire is for humorous purposes only and not meant to put down any product. It examines how Google Glass and Car were born and impacted humans.

Can Google Keep survive against reigning kings like Evernote, Springpad and Catch?

From teddy bears on Picasa to getting your GMail inbox hand-delivered on paper, here are five (more) fun things to do on Google that you probably never knew you could.

From pacman to complete disintegration, here are five fun things to do on the Google homepage that you probably never knew you could do.

Pintrest hired Google’s top lawyer to help them deal with copyright issues. But when there are open copyright violations on the part of their users, what can any lawyer really do?

We take a look at Everyme, a new Android and iPhone social networking app, and what all it has to offer; and how surprisingly similar it is to Path and Google+.

We discuss Google’s new Penguin Update, how it tackles black hat SEO, how effective it is and how it can affect your website.

A week ago, on March 1st 2012, Google’s big step forward came into practice in earnest. When they first made their proposed new privacy policy public, half its users did not understand what it really meant. Within a month, a number of people spoke against it and many even vowed to delete their Google accounts.…