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  1. Google To Pay Apple $3 Billions To Be Its Default Search Engine: Reports

    08.16 / 23:05 techtree.com Techtree.com - Technology
    Well, it looks like, Google is being retained as iPhone’s default search engine as the tech giant seems to be willing to pay $3 billion to Apple. This is thrice the amount what Google had paid in 2014. In-fact, it looks like Google’s licensing fees will be making up a huge bulk of Apple’s services business. According to Bernstein analyst A M Sacconaghi Jr, “Court documents indicate that Google paid Apple $1B in 2014, and we estimate that total Google payments to Apple in FY 17 may approach …
  2. Google Allo Now Available For Desktop Users

    08.16 / 23:05 techtree.com Techtree.com - Technology
    Google has recently rolled out the web version of its successful mobile chat application, Allo. To recall, Google VP of Communications Products Nick Fox had tweeted a screenshot earlier, in Feb 2017, mentioning that the web version was still in ‘early’ development. Further, in July, Google Allo’s Head of Product Amit Fulay had announced that the web version of the chat application would be released in the coming weeks. And, here it is. According to a report published on TechCrunch, Google A…
  3. Amazon May Launch ‘Echo’ In India In October For Rs 12,000

    08.16 / 23:05 techtree.com Techtree.com - Technology
    Amazon has seen success in India not only for its e-commerce website, but also for its other range of services and products like ‘Prime Video’ and ‘Fire TV’ dongle. Now, it seems like the company is all set to bring in its popular home speaker ‘Echo’ into the Indian market. While it has always been tipped that the Amazon Echo would be launched in India by the end of 2017, a recent report published by Android Central claims that the device will be launched sometime in the month of October in…
  4. Google Pixel 2 Spotted On US FCC Website

    08.16 / 23:05 techtree.com Techtree.com - Technology
    After all the leaks and speculations we have come across over the past few weeks about the upcoming smartphone Google Pixel 2, it looks like, the device has finally made it to the US FCC website. The Google Pixel 2 was first spotted on the US FCC website by Android Police, and the documentation confirms that the regular variant will be manufactured by HTC, just as suggested earlier. However, the leak also reveals that the smartphone would be featuring a squeezable frame just like HTC…